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

This is Tatler’s weekly horoscope led by our astrologer, De Rui

Welcome back to Tatler’s weekly horoscope led by our astrologer, De Rui

Mercury contacts make for a restless period, where focusing isn’t the easiest thing to do. Still the energies support the drive to manifest our desires. Neptune sprinkles a little fairy dust.

See also: Tatler’s Monthly Horoscope: February 2022

Dreams coming true

Stars signs affected the most: Leo can make it happen.

Dreams may come true this week with the Venus-Mars-Vesta trio of planetary bodies in Capricorn forming a dynamic contact with the planet of enchantment and transcendence, Neptune. The energies are still supporting the structured and devoted pursuit of our goals, and Neptune’s influence brings in the possibility for magic to happen. Our passions can feel more divinely inspired and infused with beauty and love.

Conversations on long-term partnerships

Stars signs affected the most: Aries, Sagittarius, and Aquarius may need to talk.

Marriages and long-term partnerships come to the foreground of the mind. Mercury joins up with the asteroid Juno in Aquarius, suggesting communication about whether each person has the space to be their own person. Logistical questions may highlight the need for both sides to express their individuality. Talking about it will help get things off your chest.

Racing thoughts

Stars signs affected the most: Leo and Scorpio may have flashes of brilliance.

Mercury also chafes against the planet of innovation and disruption, Uranus, bringing a restlessness of the mind. Thoughts may race and our concentration may be missing in action.

Keep a notepad on your nightstand so you have a place to jot down any bright ideas so you can get to sleep. By the weekend, marathon discussions can take place when Jupiter’s influence has people wanting to talk your ear off. Make up an excuse to get off the phone.

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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