You will try to put your life in order. Your willingness to set a schedule and stick to it, combined with your determination, vigour, patience and persistence, will help you accomplish your goals, no matter how difficult they may be to achieve. However, seeing that nothing comes for free, you will occasionally have to struggle for your dreams. You will be driven by passion and enthusiasm. Success will not come easy, but there are people in your life who will readily support you in your endeavours. You will sometimes try to impose your opinions on others and will prove particularly effective in your efforts to influence them in your favour. Take advantage of the promising period lying ahead of you by putting your plans into action.
Today’s love tarot card is The World. When you see this card in a reading, anticipate some type of expansion in your love life. You now graduate to a new level. You and your lover become engaged. Sometimes travel plays a role when the World card appears. You might move to a new country to marry your long-distance lover. Or the two of you re-locate together because of a fabulous job offer. Single people who have gone through a romantic dry spell begin a new romance now. While the World card brings exciting changes, it does not guarantee a “happily ever after” ending. The World card suggests realistic rather than fairy tale happiness. Your good fortune brings a new set of challenges. There is a chance you will succeed—but an equal chance you will fall flat on your face. You must engage all your skills, intelligence and sensitivity in order to flourish in your new role as spouse, parent, lover, ex-patriate, etc.
The changes that are taking place in your professional and financial life are filling you with energy and enthusiasm. You want to make a new start and to take advantage of the opportunities you have been given to progress, but you have to keep in mind that this is not the right time to take risks. Your professional and financial life is fraught with instability, and you are walking a tightrope. Keep a tight rein on your impulse to take risks in order to avoid future trouble. Try to manage your business and financial affairs with caution and prudence so as to avoid making mistakes you will later regret.
Patience is a virtue, but you don’t need a lecture on patience per se. Instead, I would caution you to “think before you act,” or something more along those lines. You may not always be entirely on the mark with things, but you tend to go ahead anyway because you like action – you prefer to be doing something. To cultivate an almost “kinetic” patience within your body, try endurance sports such as running, swimming or even power yoga. Pacing yourself will help with your aim.