All Signs Weekly Horoscope 5 December 2016
ARIESYes, it was really all quite lovely when you first fell in love. There were angels singing, and you couldn't wait for those text messages, and romance took you out of yourself and you no longer knew who you were. The self-doubts, worries, and emotional baggage all vanished beneath the illusory cloak of infatuation and physical desire. But then along came Jupiter into your sign and things became 'exaggerated' but real. There were overfilled laundry baskets and toothpaste stains. You weren't sure if you wanted to live as a couple or keep your sacred space. And it just sort of happened that you became like everyone else. An Ordinary Couple. And you rebelled, after all, would ANY Aries in their right mind, be ordinary for long? This week, the cosmic line-up unleashes a realisation that you will never be ordinary again.
TAURUSWith so many planets in your love angle right now, you're either rocket-launched into the arms of a new romantico if single, or if attached you set off on an unusual mission to rediscover romance. Now, the problem with romance is that it doesn't come bottled like a magic love potion. (What a success story that would be.) Neither is it easy or as realistic to recreate it as the books keep telling you you can. For a start it requires two people and some chemistry. But with your ability to do the most surprising yet practical things on earth, this could be the period when your inventive streak is put to the test. So time to create that love potion, and it's called 'Moi'. Exude your own love potion.
GEMININow we all know you talk about love and friendship rather casually. We're all equal and that's fine. But this week, I want you to talk about yourself. Say these things to your partner: 'look at me;' 'what do I want to do?' 'I have desires and dreams; I need romance, and freedom.' Of course, it won't be
easy. And no doubt if you're single, a new admirer will wonder whether you're actually trying to tie them down already (as if). If settled, there may be some steely looks and nervous laughter. But try this visualisation technique. Imagine the romantic dream is a book on your shelf. Take the book off the shelf, as if it could transform your life, then ask yourself if you would regret putting it back on the shelf before reading it. I think you know what you are about to do.