Weekly Horoscope: July 18-24
Welcome back to our weekly astrology series led by Hong Kong-based Western astrologer, De Rui.
Powerful forces test us at the beginning of the week, before we let our hair down to have some fun. Sharing your hopes and dreams with friends during Saturday's Full Moon could be very fulfilling.
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Stand up for yourself
Star signs impacted the most: Cancer, Leo, and Capricorn are most empowered.
Dwarf planet Pluto’s small astronomical size belies its power, and this week we can really feel its pull. Themes of control and power dynamics can be highlighted as Pluto contacts Venus, the Sun, and Mars. Trying to placate people who are unreasonable isn’t always healthy in the long run, so stand up for yourself if the situation calls for it.
Star signs impacted the most: Virgo and Pisces can have fun in good measure.
By Thursday, the energy lightens up as the Sun moves into playful Leo and Venus moves on to Virgo. We are more likely to join in activities that are fun, light-hearted, and that makes us feel good. Food, wine, and hilarious stories can be on free flow.
Finding clarity during the Full Moon
Star signs impacted the most: Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius are primed for divine guidance.
The Olympic Games kicking off next weekend dovetails with a Full Moon in Aquarius on Saturday. Collectively, humankind will celebrate none other than the highly Aquarian ideals of friendship, equality, excellence, and good sportsmanship amid competition. Individually, we can also find some clarity on the world we want to co-create during the Full Moon.
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.
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