Lunar Forecast Archives Oct to Nov 2015

Lunar Forecasts for October 12 to November 11, 2015

Lunar Forecast for the


This Forecast in effect
October 12 to 27, 2015

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

Don't get too comfy! The next four weeks are likely to require you to stay on your toes and be ready to think fast and make important decisions. What has seemed like the same-old-same-old is about to be disrupted and shaken up. If you're hungry for change, this could be exciting and transforming. If you were hoping for a smooth, soothing ride, you could be in for disappointment.

At the very least, it's important to stay alert, awake and aware. Your usual way of doing and responding to situations probably won't work very well right now. You may need to improvise as you go along. The advantage of this is that, as you move forward as if doing it for the first time, you can learn new ways of doing things and gain a fresh perspective.

The disadvantage is that if you make it up as you go along, you also run the risk of assuming that just because your mind can imagine it, that means it's true—and that may not be the case at all. Although a creative imagination is a valuable resource, it is best used with some healthy yet open-minded skepticism and some solid reality checks. Do the math. Figure it out. Find out what's really going on. Google is your friend for objective information. On the other hand, to help you decipher your internal swamp of feelings, desires, hopes and fears, a trusted friend who isn't afraid to be honest can be your most valuable resource.

Lunar Forecast for the


This Forecast in effect
October 27 to November 11, 2015

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

The next 2 weeks are a time of opportunity to create something new out of stress, conflict and struggle. Much of this opportunity is subtle, difficult in itself, or even potentially deceptive. How you meet and work with this energy can make a big difference in the outcome.

Some of this opportunity arises out of events and experiences from back in June and/or August of this year. This might have been a new project, a way of dealing with anger or increasing your assertiveness. It might involve a new relationship or an investment to cultivate resources (money, skills, long-term goals). Something that emerged from that time is now reaching a turning point. Your direction, purpose or plan of action might require some adjustment at this point, or perhaps you need to rethink your reasons or methods for pursuing your goal.

Self-discipline that keeps you focused on your vision and potential is very important, although getting a firm handle on these might be a bit slippery. Fine-tuning is likely to be more successful than large-scale or brute force change. At the same time, actions need to be concrete, practical and methodical – and satisfying! If you're not enjoying something about what you're doing then it will be 10 times harder to keep moving and be effective. Let yourself embrace some delight in the moment, optimism about the future, faith in yourself and a playful creative approach to what you're doing.

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