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Lunar Forecasts for April 15 to May 15, 2018

Lunar Forecast for the


This Forecast in effect
April 15 to 29, 2018

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

Things could start to happen all at once—fast, unexpected and perhaps a bit chaotic. There's a lot going on, both inside of you and around you. Your interior high energy is likely to stimulate your surrounding environment, and conversely a busy, unsettled, jumpy atmosphere is bound to shake you up inside and get you moving. It's not the chicken or the egg that started it, but a cyclical rhythm involving both.

At best, this New Moon can act as a launching pad for new projects, new ideas and new intentions. These could spring up suddenly or in unexpected ways, making you feel a bit like you're in an earthquake and looking around for the closest solid pillar to hold onto. You might also find you have the ability now to blast obstacles out of your way. This can be exciting and liberating but remember that a little goes a long way. You want to avoid collateral damage and creating needless additional problems.

Over the next several weeks, you are in a powerful state of transition. The next couple of weeks give you a chance to discover hidden possibilities and buried energy with which to cultivate them. The best way to do that is to take a bit of time to check in with your deep, inner passion and feelings before you act. If you react impulsively, you risk wasting that energy on actions that won't be as fulfilling or successful as they could be. It's not just about the destination or even what you hope to get out of it, but more importantly it's about aligning your actions with your spirit's true joie de vivre!

Lunar Forecast for the


This Forecast in effect
April 29 to May 15, 2018

The Lunar Forecasts give Daily Horoscopes a greater context.

This time offers a challenge – how willing are you to risk showing who you are to those around you? Your friends? Your family? Your co-workers? Your community? The world? What kind of courage would it take to allow yourself to be a little more open, and a little less guarded?

Certainly, there are situations where it is wise to be a bit cautious, self-protective or discreet. Showing the sexy side of who you are is probably not appropriate in a work or formal setting. And opening up too fast, even when the situation invites candidness, could come across as too aggressive or suggest that you have a hidden, manipulative agenda. Using your better judgment is crucial when you have decided that you want to take the step to become closer to others or to invite them to step closer to you.

This is a chance to check out if you are being more or less upfront and direct with others than you would really like to be. You might find the outcome of your interactions would do better by taking it a bit slower, at a more gradual pace, offering a more moderate or consistent expression of who you are and what you want. You may even feel it's time to put on the brakes and back off a bit, in order to allow a calmer or more grounded energy to prevail. Or, you could feel it's time to come out of the shadows a little, showing more of your authentic self and letting some of your natural passion shine.

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