Making decisions may be hard for you today, but this doesn't mean that you're losing your razor-sharp discernment. One explanation could be rattled confidence—why are you doubting yourself right now? You need to give yourself a good long look in the mirror! Remind yourself that you can't stop moving forward in your life just because you've made one or two mistakes. If you can't make a choice, then just make an educated guess. You can handle the outcome—and thrive.
ScorpioOct 23 – Nov 21
While your impulse to deal with issues as they arise is a good one, it's not the right impulse on Monday and Tuesday. Avoiding conflict is the order of the day. Things could easily get out of hand. Wednesday and Thursday are better suited to working things out – although, to your frustration, the best solution most likely requires that you give in at some point (a small point, a painless concession). Boldness is key to getting beyond the obstacles Friday has in store for you, but this weekend you're better off proceeding on tiptoe. Sunday is deep.
The new moon is in Aries on April 5, adding fiery energy to your everyday routine. You get things done at record speed, but some of the details you’re known for being on top of could get lost in the shuffle. If there’s a way to stay focused and finish on time, you’ll find it.
The start of a Jupiter retrograde cycle on the tenth gives you a reason to reconsider a lot of things you’ve done recently, and you might wonder if destiny played a role in recent events. Are you to blame or was there little you could have done to avoid your current fate?
Information guru Mercury spends time in enthusiastic Aries starting on April 16, at which point you aren’t as concerned with the details as you are the big picture. And when you have an idea, you don’t keep it to yourself for long.
Co-ruler Pluto is retrograde in Capricorn from the twenty-fourth until the start of October, giving you plenty of time to dial back making the power plays you’re used to. You’re a sign that likes to be in control, but what happens when you step aside and give the reins to someone else?