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Lunar Forecasts for October 19 to November 18, 2017

Lunar Forecast for the

NEW MOON in LIBRA

This Forecast in effect
October 19 to November 4, 2017

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

Relationships of all kinds (romance, friendship, work, spirituality, etc) are in the air right now, but you might not get the personal satisfaction you hope for if you approach them as a way to simply feel good. There is a much larger purpose lurking just beyond your individual needs and aspirations. Interaction and relating are tapping into a broader level of connection, not just with the other person but also with the universal stuff of life that connects everything to everything.

This means you are challenged to reach beyond the needs and feelings of your Inner Child that longs to feel that bond with another person, or even a group. Depending on how hungry for love and bonding your Inner Child is feeling, this might seem like a disappointment or failure to gain the fulfilment you desire. So, this is also a challenge for your Inner Adult – the part of you that knows how to take a step back and understand what is possible and what is needed in a more detached way.

If you sometimes seem to miss the mark when you try to make a connection with others, or if you feel like you're always in the right place at the wrong time, consider this an invitation to do some deep inner work to help you take a broader view of the whole situation. That means holding both your inner personal feelings and needs AND a more detached perspective that lets you observe both the immediate events and the effect it's having on you inside. Trust the process. There is great potential – now and over the next couple of weeks – to put some more pieces of your life puzzle in place.

Lunar Forecast for the

FULL MOON in TAURUS

This Forecast in effect
November 4 to 18, 2017

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

Yes, we're heading into that season again, when we start to look nervously at our wallets and think about how to perform expensive miracles on a budget. On one hand, you may be feeling the urge to just coast a while and just let life carry you, without having to try so hard – just be spontaneous and generous and trust that it will all come together. That's understandable – we're heading into a time of an abundance of holidays that promise we can feel good, comforted and contented when we participate into the cultural rituals and activities.

On the other hand, we're also heading into a time of high stress and overextended expectations. It's easy to feel like a kid in front of a candy counter, dazzled by all the possibilities, each one of them screaming "Pick me!! Pick me!!" This can be a time when we worry about whether we have enough energy to do everything we want to do, a long enough list of who to include so that no one feels left out or neglected, and a bank account with enough zeroes to avoid heart failure when the January bill comes in. No pressure! ;-)

Your best policy is to start to think now about what your boundaries and limits realistically are, guided by your values and desires. There are many possible solutions that could meet some of all of your requirements. So: what—and who—are your most important priorities? Who and what are central, and who/what fall under the category of "it would be nice if..."? The idea is to realistically balance out your generosity with your discipline. At or near the top of the list is to have fun! Enjoy this time. Breathe in the seasonal scents, taste the flavours, listen to your favorite music and sounds, feel the sensations and open your eyes to the beauty and splendour all around you.

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