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Weekly horoscope (14.09 – 20.09): think about yourself

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for 14 – 20 September…

#Aries: you could do things more productively if you learned to focus on their completion, not showing off to others – actions speak louder than words. You will have an opportunity to dream. Spend more time outside and rest! Be positive – soon change will come!

#Taurus: a myriad of thought will occupy your mind throughout the week. Spend evenings in a calm, quiet atmosphere. Think about what’s important to you. Nothing lasts forever. Look around – maybe you will be surprised with what you see.

#Gemini: you need to make a choice, but don’t be afraid to leave it alone until next week, otherwise you may regret your decision. Don’t rush things, be calm and methodical. This is one of those weeks when you can safely put off tasks until later.

#Cancer: try to reach compromises and be open when sharing your thoughts with others. It will help you achieve peace and find answers. Don’t try to control events – you will only waste time. Instead of worrying, try resting.

#Leo: sometimes good advice is not enough – you need to believe in your own powers in order to accomplish your goals. Lately you’ve been occupied with work and everything else. You’ve forgotten to communicate with your loved ones. Now you have an opportunity to mend that.

#Virgo: this week your thoughts will be far from reality. It is good to fantasize and dream from time to time, but you also have to act in reality as well. Your mind is sharper than usual; one after another you come up with wonderful ideas. Don’t be afraid to take risks…

#Libra: don’t worry if someone declines your request. Remember – it’s important to find the appropriate time to realize your dreams. Don’t be afraid to speak loud what you think, even if it goes against the opinion of the majority.

#Scorpio: focus more on yourself this week and try to sort out your thoughts by selecting priorities. It will help you restore internal balance. In order to get the upper hand over your emotions, you need to speak openly with your family and friends.

#Sagittarius: finally uncertainty and misunderstandings will end. The truth will come into light – whether or not you will accept it is up to you. Even though the week will not go by without conflicts, don’t worry – the near future will be just as you hope.

#Capricorn: don’t let others influence your plans – your intuition is leading you to the right direction. Remain confident about your capabilities. You might think everything is over and you’re through, but the situation will change again – the truth will come to light. But do try and avoid being led by impulses.

#Aquarius: it is possible you will have to cater to the needs of others more often than your own this week. The truth can be hard, but it’s still better than lies. Be honest with yourself – there are things that don’t make you happy as much as you want. Nothing will change if you don’t do anything!

#Pisces: your mind blocks your thoughts and the road to new beginnings. Try to free yourself of needless thoughts and you will see positive changes. Although you’re not used to it, you will have to grab the bull by its horns. Take care and try reconnecting with your soul and mind more closely.


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