Your Daily Horoscope, from Jonathan Cainer with Oscar Cainer
Your Daily Horoscope, from Jonathan Cainer with Oscar Cainer

Scorpio, Saturday, 9 November 2019

Your Week Ahead: Although we crave stability, we also find it frustrating. We need drama in our lives; something to make our hearts pound. The rush of adrenalin feels good. When everything's trucking along, at the same pace, it's easy to slip into a sense of inertia, and forget that we're on a spinning ball of rock, with an exciting life to lead. This week's powerful astrological events bring you the chance to put recent dramas behind you. You can choose the sensible road, or the one that leads to more adventure. It's up to you.

Your Week Ahead - Love Focus: When it's cornered, a lizard will shed its tail. Their astonished predator is left holding it while the reptile scurries off to live another day - and to grow another tail. Although humans can't do anything quite as show stopping, we're remarkably adaptable creatures too. It sometimes takes extreme pressure to show us what we are capable of. As Mercury transits the Sun in your sign, your natural inventiveness (combined with help from a surprising ally) will transform a difficulty into a triumph.

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