Weekly horoscope readings for each zodiac sign from March 31 to April 6

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America Ferrera, an Aries.
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On the heels of last week’s lunar eclipse, Mercury retrograde begins Monday night. For most of April, as the planet of communication retrogrades through fiery and impulsive Aries, it will be easy to make decisions quickly and confidently, but perhaps not wisely. With this in mind, the more you can slow down, ask for advice, or even postpone making important decisions altogether, the happier you will be in the long run. Then, on Friday night, Venus enters Aries, where it will remain until the end of the month. During this time, her love life will benefit from direct communication – no dropping hints or waiting for the phone to ring. The best way to get what you want (always, but especially this month) is to ask for it. In the meantime, find the weekly horoscope for each zodiac sign below.

Sometimes you get the impression that people wish you would hold back a little more, that they would be more comfortable if you were less: less brave, less interesting, less free. They seem to take your confidence as a personal affront, your independence as a sign that you don’t care about anyone else. They imagine that your happiness comes at the expense of theirs. This is not true, of course, and it is not your job to convince them. If other people are determined not to understand you, that’s not your problem. Let them believe what they want. Live your own life, satisfy. his own Expectations.

It may seem impossible to be “authentic” when you know others are watching. It’s not that you have anything to hide, it’s just that the attention creates pressure and traps you in your own head. If you know you are being watched, it is difficult to get lost in your thoughts. When you feel like you are being judged, you don’t feel free to explore and make mistakes. While an outside perspective can Be helpful, it’s not what you need to keep in mind most this week. You may discover that what you need, instead, is privacy: the space to dream, to be creative, to experiment, without worrying about other people’s opinions.

One of the most frustrating experiences in life is when others attribute bad intentions to you that do not exist, when they take your genuine friendship for an artifice or your frankness for aggression. It might happen more than usual this week, not because you’re doing something wrong, but because people are exhausted, feeling vulnerable, and not thinking as clearly. Try not to take it personally or close your heart to other people. Remain sociable, inquisitive and friendly and, over time, your good nature will win them over.

You understand that you need to stand up for yourself. If you have a great idea, it’s up to you to defend it. If you deserve more credit than you get, no one is going to talk more than you. On the other hand, you are well aware of how easy it is to lose perspective, stop listening, and accidentally step on other people’s toes. That doesn’t mean you should back off, withdraw into yourself, and refuse to speak so that no one thinks you’re speaking too loudly. Your job this week is to find the right balance.

When you make big changes (make impulsive changes in your life, try bold ideas, try activities that are new to you), sometimes you are going to fail. It is unavoidable. No one can knock it out of the park. each time, even you. This week especially, you are likely to make some mistakes. Creative projects may run into problems, new relationships may not develop as you expected, your fundamental theories about life and success may be questioned. Just remember that even if that happens, it doesn’t mean it’s not worth the risk. You are learning and your efforts are not in vain. You are moving towards something better than you can imagine.

One of the great joys in life is having friends who are on the same wavelength as you. You can tell stories with a single look; you alone get what the other says. This week, however, be careful not to take that understanding for granted. Miscommunication occurs; the point you are trying to make can be misunderstood. Don’t jump to conclusions about what other people mean, even those you know best. Ask questions. Go into details. Take the time to explain it.

More than most people, you approach the world with curiosity and an open mind. You are willing to assimilate information that challenges your preexisting ideas, ask questions, and be changed by what you learn. Genuinely listening to what others have to say helps expand your mind and prevents you from becoming rigid or dogmatic. This week, remember that not all criticism is equally valid and that other people’s ideas are not inherently better or more valid than yours. At a certain point, it’s okay to cut out all the noise and follow your gut.

Most of the time, you are cautious about taking on new projects, starting new relationships, and committing to new habits. It bothers you quite a bit when other people start things that they can’t or won’t finish; You can’t bear to do the same. This week, however, you are hungry for change, for newness, for something that happen. And she worries that if she waits until she’s thought through every detail, she’ll never be able to continue. Give yourself permission to experiment, to risk failure. You deserve to have adventures, you have the right to make mistakes like anyone else, and you don’t need to know the outcome before you start.

The less inspired you have been lately, the more invigorated you will feel when your energy returns to you this week. Suddenly, the universe excites you again and your life seems full of wonderful possibilities. It’s not that everything suddenly seems perfect, but that you feel motivated to perform again. Just be careful not to get ahead of yourself. Your mind is fast, too fast for your words (or your feet) to keep up right now. Don’t take on more than you can handle in a burst of enthusiasm. Take your time.

This week, the people in your life, especially those closest to you, tend to behave in unexpected ways. You can blame Mercury retrograde, but everyone seems to be acting out of character, contradicting themselves, and making decisions you would never have predicted. It’s natural to feel frustrated, either because you’re worried about them or because it makes their life more challenging. you, but try to keep an open mind. Maybe they are showing you a side of their personality that was there all along, hidden from view. Maybe they are growing. Either way, the more surprises you can accept, the happier you will be.

At work and at home, your calendar is full this week and your to-do list is overflowing. Even if you are not normally forgetful or easily distracted, there is so much going on that it will be easy for things to get lost in the shuffle. Don’t waste time beating yourself up and don’t take it as a sign that you’re lazy or indifferent. You just have too many things to do. So write reminders, ask your friends for help, or let go of some unimportant tasks. Do what you need to make your life easier.

This week you may feel like everyone you meet is trying to rush you. When someone has a question for you, they want an answer right away; When your boss assigns you a task, he wants you to do it yesterday. Every need seems urgent (or so they insist), and people keep trying to persuade you that his tight deadlines are his responsibility. Your challenge is to go back. If someone is giving you impossible deadlines, say so. If you need time to think before making a decision, ask for it. Rushing into making important decisions will do you no good, so slow down.

Read the weekly horoscopes for the week of March 24. Weekly horoscopes for the week of April 7 will be online next Sunday.

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