Tatler’s Weekly Horoscope: October 10-16
Welcome back to our weekly astrology series led by Hong Kong-based Western astrologer, De Rui.
Saturn, the planet of restrictions and limitations, emerges out of retrograde. Mercury, moving backwards still, passes Mars bringing restless action and gregariousness. Jupiter and Neptune cast a fun and dreamy spell by next weekend.
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Stars signs affected the most: Cancer can really open up
As Saturn turns direct this week in Aquarius, we will arrive at some acceptance of the various social rules and regulations we have been living with for some time. A positive contact with Venus, just passing the Moon’s South Node, indicates valuable discussions and conversations that can lead to greater insight. It’s a good time to share feelings about the meaning of life or what an ideal world looks like.
Restlessness and impulsivity
Stars signs affected the most: Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius should move in slo-mo
Mercury and Mars cross paths in Libra, making a harsh contact to Uranus in Taurus. Restless and impulsive energies are flying around and we would do well to be careful with demanding physical activities. Pay close attention when driving and respect speed limits. Expect more chatter and even flashes of brilliance.
Time to dream
Stars signs affected the most: Leo and Sagittarius can translate dreams into reality
Neptune and Jupiter cast a positive spell on us. Dreams – both the day and night ones – may seem more vivid and realistic. Manifesting your heart’s desires will still require concrete planning and effort, but pay attention to messages coming from the subconscious about what it is you desire. With Jupiter in positive contact with the Sun, let loose next weekend with some friends and some laughs.
About Our Astrologer
De Rui is a Hong Kong-based Western astrologer and the founder of Chart Life, a personalised astrology service for those who want specific insights for love, business and personal growth. She offers the standard caveat that the most relevant astrological interpretations are based on birth charts. De Rui is a member of the British Astrological Association and the National Council for Geocosmic Research, and is a graduate of Harvard College.