Your weekly horoscope for March 25-31, 2024

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

Fiery Mars joining Venus, Neptune and Saturn in watery Pisces suggests an atmosphere of steam heat in this week’s celestial sauna. And don’t be surprised if full moon eclipse on 25 March makes some changes and rearrangements in your partnership department. Here’s your weekly horoscope March 25-31, 2024.

Aries, Mar 21 – Apr 21

As the sun and Mercury restart the astrological year for 2024 in your firecracker sign, Aries’ planet boss Mars sinking into a water element decreases his usual speed. This can be a good thing, so think sizzle rather than grizzle, and please take this week at your ease.

Taurus, Apr 22 – May 21

Expansive Jupiter and changemaker Uranus only align every 14 years, so make the most of this week’s rare planetary pairing in Taurus: a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to rethink what you have to offer the world, and step beyond whatever you’ve outgrown onto a larger platform.

Gemini, May 22 – Jun 22

Mercury’s been activating inspirational ideas and Venus making adventurous communal plans, but this week any random fantasies get a reality check from sensible Saturn calling for facts. His message? Time is precious and you don’t want to waste it on what’s looking like the too-hard basket.

Cancer, Jun 23 – Jul 23

The quartet of planets in a sensitive water sign like your own has the potential to make this full forward, no-holds-barred, possibly tactless week, ruffle some feathers. Try not to take things personally, because it’s unlikely offence is intended, and up to you whether or not it’s taken.

Leo, Jul 24 – Aug 23

With magnetic Venus putting on her best red dress and unapologetically strutting her stuff, this week encourages you to play with new stylings: think wardrobe makeover, upgrading your website or professional profile, giving your domestic décor a seasonal refresh. Have fun, and keep asking: What if?

Virgo, Aug 24 – Sep 23

Virgos like to get things done, but at present make-it-happen Mars has his flames dampened in a water sign. The fringe benefit of this? When you have no option but to go with the flow, fresh perspectives and unexpected insights on how to move forward have a chance to emerge.

Libra, Sep 24 – Oct 23

The annual cycle of your opposite and complementary sign on the astro-wheel is about creative expression, and isn’t that your Libran thing? This exuberant and assertive week could spark some bold adventures, style revamps, artistic experiments and romantic antics, so don’t hesitate to reach out.

Scorpio, Oct 24 – Nov 22

As the planetary kaleidoscope shifts our world into new patterns, Scorpio actor Tilda Swinton’s recipe for radical living makes excellent sense this week: Trust in change. Forgive human frailty. Make friends with chaos. Dance daily. Challenge assumptions. Listen to the quiet. Defy unkindness. Look upwards…

Sagittarius, Nov 23 – Dec 21

The celestial season of the Ram is dynamic, enthusiastic impulsive, spontaneous, idealistic, fiery, jam-packed with dedication and passion. Sounding familiar? Yes, like Sagittarius, Aries energy is direct and uninhibited, and this week could benefit from extra sensitivity, empathy and diplomacy.

Capricorn, Dec 22 – Jan 20

This energetic week kicks off with impatient Mars and cautious Saturn, your planet mentor, locked in a push-pull, start-stop, whiplash dynamic with speedy Mars urging just do it and security guard Saturn warning that haste makes waste – all of which make staying in cruise control your savviest strategy.

Aquarius, Jan 21 – Feb 19

The winds of change rattling your panes and shaking your shutters might feel like you’re in the heavy wash cycle at the cosmic laundrette. But current Plutonic rearrangements are also highly favourable for a system reboot, so revise your flight plan, adjust your work procedures, streamline and reassess.

Pisces, Feb 20 – Mar 20

With Neptune, Saturn, Venus and Mars all aligned in your sign, this week’s cosmic choreography couldn’t be more auspicious. Though with steamy Mars meeting misty Neptune head-on it might be hard to tell an oasis from a mirage, so don’t make binding decisions without running reality checks.

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