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 January 23-29

Welcome back to our weekly horoscope series led by astrologer, De Rui

Retrograde planets Mercury and Venus make some moves as the time for reflections continues. Actions become more focused as Mars changes signs. Structural changes in long-term partnerships may come up for discussion.

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Hard conversations results in stronger relationships

Stars signs affected the most: Scorpio and Pisces can reap rewards.

Intense exchanges in the context of a committed partnership are on the cards this week as Mercury, Pluto, and the asteroid Juno pull closer together. Issues earlier swept under the rug now need to emerge. Hard truths may have to be confronted. The silver lining is that big breakthroughs in your most important relationships can be made during this intense period, resulting in even stronger bonds. Steel is forged in fire after all.  

Order and structure may be highlighted

Stars signs affected the most: Aries, Cancer, and Libra may feel more energized.

Mars finally joins planetary party in Capricorn this week, bringing more order and structure to our efforts. Pragmatism is celebrated under this cardinal earth sign. With Mars moving in, we will want to put our most tenacious, detail-oriented impulses in service of our own advancement. The retrograde Mercury also backtracks into Capricorn by mid-week, when we may naturally mull over our personal ambitions.

Find love from within during retrograde

Stars signs affected the most: Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn can find more love inside. 

Venus spends her final week in retrograde. A better use of this season, besides wondering if your ex is going to slide back into your DMs, is to consider what you value in life as well as how much value you see in yourself. It is often said, but bears repeating, that how much we value ourselves hugely affects how much we are valued by others. Whitney Houston was right about the greatest love of all.

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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