Capricorn forecast for Friday September 18, 2020

It's not always easy to distinguish between confusion and delusion. Whereas being confused arises when we're uncertain about whether something is true or not, delusion seems to involve feeling certain about something, despite credible evidence to the contrary. This weekend, if you find yourself having to deal with a complex situation based on a disagreement, it will help to be able to differentiate between the two. As long as you stay clear, you'll find a way to make peace.

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September 17, 2020

The New Moon encourages you to change the focus of your concentration; to open your eyes and ears and be more alert. And while you're doing that, why not open your heart and mind too! Here comes a cosmic invitation to throw open the doors, raise the shutters and ensure that you're as accessible as possible. As long as you're open to communication, and are willing to listen to what other people have to say, you'll find that your needs are being acknowledged and responded to.

September 16, 2020

You're standing at a crossroads. The easy path stretches to your left. The hard road goes to the right. You're more inclined to choose the more difficult route. You're suspicious of anything that looks too easy; almost all of life's most valued gifts have come as a result of your efforts and hard work. But a small inner voice is wondering if you're too hard on yourself sometimes. Rather than looking at what's easy, and what's not, see where the roads are heading. One goes where you want to go.

September 15, 2020

The saying 'one person's meat is another one's poison' is true, of course - especially if the other person happens to be vegan or veggie! Something that might be significant to some people is inconsequential to others. What's more, this disparity can occur between family members, best friends and lovers. With the best will in the world, we can't always understand why some people feel how they feel or believe what they believe. But we can respect their views. That's all you need do today.

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September 14, 2020

Few of us like to be challenged. Even fewer like to be proved wrong. It's infinitely preferable to believe we're making logical, well-reasoned decisions which are in the best interests of everyone involved. To do this, we have to believe in ourselves. That's why we like to think that we're able to discriminate between right and wrong, good and bad. Although your ability to discern the difference is good, it's not infallible. It would be wise to investigate a situation before reaching a conclusion today.

September 13, 2020

Your Weekly Love Focus Horoscope: Astrologers are quite similar to weather forecasters really. We know what certain signs and occurrences have led to in the past ,so we make educated predictions that help you find the best moment to make the most of the prevailing conditions. And sometimes, just like the folk from the Meteorological Office, we can lean into the camera and say that good times are on the way. Generous Jupiter is moving forwards again; that's the cosmic equivalent of a warm front delivering an emotional boost!

September 12, 2020

Your Weekly Horoscope: Although we're free to choose our friends and companions, we have no choice when it comes to our family. Although we might choose to spend more time with some relatives than others, we have to accept that we're connected to certain people, despite the fact that we may not feel particularly fond of them. A situation in your home or family life has been problematic, and this has made you unhappy. This week, under the New Moon, a shift will occur that makes you much happier.

September 11, 2020

If you want something done, it's best to ask a busy person; they've already got so much on their plate that they'll hardly notice another task on their list. But this approach comes with risks. They may be so fast-acting that they overlook a better strategy, or ignore the possibility of simplifying a situation. Sometimes it's better to ask someone who has plenty of time on their hands. This weekend, if you think you need help, it's worth considering whether the job you feel obliged to do is even necessary.

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