Cover Here's what the stars have in store for us this week (Illustration: Chesca Gamboa/ Tatler Asia)

This is Tatler’s weekly horoscope for the week of February 13 to 19, led by our astrologer, De Rui

An energetic openness to new wisdom and visions permeates the week. Wednesday’s Full Moon sheds light on where our joy lies. Jupiter and Uranus give us the faith and courage to follow our hearts, if we don’t let Saturn put a dent in our confidence.

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Focus shifts

Stars signs affected the most: Gemini, Aquarius, Pisces can be inspired.

Mercury moves into Aquarius on Sunday, signifying a slight softening of energies from the planetary confab happening in hard-charging Capricorn. The focus is shifting, in earnest now, away from ladder-climbing to developing a broader vision.

Dynamic and easy contacts between Mercury and asteroids Pallas Athena and Ceres point to an active search for new wisdom, potentially on behalf of the groups that mean the most to us.

Let go of self-doubt

Stars signs affected the most: Aries, Cancer, and Libra should stand their ground.

Venus and Mars continue to hover together with asteroid Vesta, bringing attention to the devotion and sacrifice that go into chasing our dreams.

This week, this trio of planetary bodies find themselves in harsh contact with Saturn, the authority figure and disciplinarian of our solar system. Self-doubt can be useful to help us up our game, but beware of letting any feelings of not deserving or guilt influence decisions.

Find your joy

Stars signs affected the most: Taurus, Leo, and Pisces can dance like no one’s watching.

Wednesday’s first Full Moon in the Year of the Tiger is in the sign of Leo. Realizations about where our joy and enthusiasm have been may come to the foreground. The coming two weeks could be about locating your inner child and giving that little boy or girl a chance to shine again.

A building dynamic energy between Jupiter and Uranus also peaks over the weekend, adding to the atmosphere of honesty and liberation brought by the Leo Moon.

About our astrologer

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 cautions that while the Sun sign is important, it's not the only relevant factor in our birth charts. Always look at your whole chart, or contact a professional for assistance. De Rui is a member of the UK-based Faculty of Astrological Studies, and is a graduate of Harvard University.  


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