Your weekly horoscope for March 11-17, 2024

Here's what's in store for your zodiac sign this week.

Venus at her most emotional and tender, Mars at his least sensitive and Mercury shooting from the lip all increase this week’s potential for offended feelings, so speak kindly, tread gently. Here’s your weekly horoscope March 11-17, 2024.

Pisces, Feb 20 – Mar 20

Pisces new moon ushering in the start of your annual cycle offers a personal portal for downloading specific life guidance for the coming year. Give yourself as much time and space as you can this week to tune in and receive the rich gifts of your own inner wisdom. 

Aries, Mar 21 – Apr 21

The classic astrological interpretation of this week’s Mercury in Aries is impetuous, impulsive, enthusiastic, witty, inventive, quick tempered, impatient of delay and reactive to opposition. Needing to slow down, to focus, to be less busy and driven, more thoughtful and organized. Just so you know.

Taurus, Apr 22 – May 21

With artistic Venus stimulating your creative hormones, consider elevating your daily routines into soul nourishing rituals. Like rather than autopiloting in the morning to a device, setting your day’s agenda differently by going outside and connecting first with the inexhaustible beauty of the natural world.

Gemini, May 22 – Jun 22

As your guiding planet, Mercury the astral messenger, leaps into its most straightforward stride this week, focus on keeping communications simple and uncomplicated.  Reduce complex multiple options, use bullet points, take the time to clarify mixed messages or misunderstandings. Most importantly, be patient.

Cancer, Jun 23 – Jul 23

While society undergoes a kind of collective colonic, you might find comfort in what science now knows because of the Heart Math Institute’s findings: that the heart actually sends more signals to the brain than vice versa. So don’t hold back this week on letting your heart have its say.

Leo, Jul 24 – Aug 23

This last week of our annual astrological cycle is excellent for addressing unfinished business, tying off loose ends and opening up space for the zodiac’s new year.  It’s also worthwhile spending some quiet time getting clear about what you truly, deeply, madly want to accomplish this year.

Virgo, Aug 24 – Sep 23

With your mentor Mercury, the silicate planet, in the zodiac’s most full forward and forthright fire sign, you might be inclined to tell it like it is this week. Just keep in mind that people don’t usually improve from being criticized, so go easy on critiquing, give feedback considerately.

Libra, Sep 24 – Oct 23

With Venus sashaying into one of her most aesthetic placements, look for the magic in the mundane, the extraordinary in the ordinary, the precious essence in everyday things. A great week for romantic antics or composing poetry; accurate character assessment and brokering business deals, not so much. 

Scorpio, Oct 24 – Nov 22

As communicator Mercury takes the mic this week with confident, assertive attitude, the cosmos is supporting you to stand up for your convictions. To say what you mean and mean what you say, in the traditional Scorpio way. Extra karmic fly-by points if you do it without using the sting.

Sagittarius, Nov 23 – Dec 21

Venus is in sensitive and tender mode this week, Mars isn’t, and Mercury’s lacking in conversational restraint: an astral mix suggesting that smart Sagittarians will consider looking before you leap, thinking before you speak and editing before you send, especially around temperamental midweek moon.

Capricorn, Dec 22 – Jan 20

Under this week’s shifting star map, people could be unintentionally insulting. But still insulting, and hurt feelings are hurt feelings. It’s entirely up to you whether you want to take this on and get huffy and standoffish, or decide to flip the script and find the funny side. Your call.

Aquarius, Jan 21 – Feb 19

In the current season of mutual empathy, this altruistic, idealistic week at its best sees you surfing the waves of imagination for ways to make life better for your loved ones, colleagues and community. Yes, there’s heaps of fairy dust and woowoo, but who can move through that if not you?

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