All Signs Weekly Horoscopes 28 August 2017ARIES
Well this week's change of energy is is what I would seriously call 'the witching hour' for your relationship world. But why? Well, for starters Venus, lovely and seductive as she is, brings a sparkle to your eye and a kind of renewed faith in your own self. A realisation that you are enigmatic, loveable and giving. OK, you may be moody and unpredictable, but you're also passionate and loyal. And it's that apparent contradiction in yourself which others find hard to understand. They cannot quite see how you can be two sides of the same coin. No doubt, friends or family, or even partners accuse you of not being mature about love. You've probably heard the lines ' you don't seem very secure, you're so erratic, so changeable.' The only answer you can give right now is to tell those who cannot see beyond the end of their own static little noses, that change, transformation, and a little unpredictability are what make you feel good to be alive.
This week's planetary activity will push all kinds of love buttons. You feel like swooning in front of someone's feet if single, you wish you were back in the days of 'great, fantastic, mind-blowing sex', if attached. But those feelings need activation. Don't just let them fester within, make them real in the external world. Make that big sex thing happen with your partner, or get out and about and socialise and take a chance on new romance. After all, life's too short to take a back seat, isn't it? In fact, you're suddenly propelled into thinking and acting in a very different way from the past. Destiny is in your hands, and you can take control of the future and create something beautiful, real and long-lasting if you honour your individual needs and desires rather than try to shove them into a tin like mushy peas.
There's two ways of looking at your chart this week. The first, you're absolutely besotted with someone to the extent you can't eat, drink, or exist without thinking about them. The second, you feel trapped in a relationship and can't for the life of you work out why. Almost like the Lady of Shalott, who cried 'the curse has come upon me!" A sense that you can't move on or out or up or away from something or someone. We can put this all down to Saturn. Gradually it lumbers on, clamping you to the rails like a Suffragette, forcing you to see that the obstacles in your life are actually ninety-nine percent self-imposed. The key to the lock is in your hand. Dare you use it?