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Friday 28.10.2016 | Name days: Ninona, Ņina, Antoņina, Oksana

Weekly horoscope (20.07 – 26.07): trust your intuition

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for 20th – 26th July…

#Aries: you cannot fight the obvious. Your methods don’t work, so you should search for other ways of achieving what you want. You will understand as the week goes by. Trust your intuition more this week.

#Taurus: you are not the one to blame for things that may go wrong this week. So relax and continue what you have started. You will complete everything. The stars will help restore your emotional stability. Trust your instincts in order to find the right way.

#Gemini: you have to remain vigilant this week. Do try to trust your intuition more as well. Honesty means a lot – don’t hide your feelings! Don’t try to influence the natural flow of events. This will help you avoid disappointments and confusion. You can safely ‘let go’ and have fun this week.

#Cancer: keep your thoughts to yourself in order to avoid an emotional drama. Look at your opportunities objectively. Stars say you should be happy with what life gives you. You should be happy. Spend more time with your loved ones.

#Leo: fight the urge of getting involved in conflicts that do not have anything to do with you directly. The event planned for this week will be successful. You will want to spend more time with your other half – it’s not too late for some summer romantics. Don’t worry about money – everything will be al-right.

#Virgo: you will be able to restore your inner harmony only by spending time with the people you love. Remember – weekends are meant to help you relax. Don’t focus on a single thought or object. Think of the future!

#Libra: this week someone will demonstrate just how important you are to that person. It’s time to restore harmony in your home – clean up in there. Spend some time alone in order to resolve internal conflicts. Avoid negative thoughts and go have fun outside!

#Scorpio: intuition will help you make the correct decision. Don’t stop believing that the Universe does all it can to help you. Time to look at life, including your past, from a different perspective. You will see the people who are your true friends.

#Sagittarius: everything will succeed in the right moment; don’t try to influence the process. Trust in the Universe. Don’t spend too much during when shopping. Changes you will feel this week will remain with you. Do try and do everything in good faith; don’t give in to sudden impulses.

#Capricorn: don’t open up your feelings to anyone before you are certain those feelings are genuine. Try keeping quiet in order to avoid problems. To understand oneself and one’s feelings is not easy, but it can help you find a way to accomplish your goals.

#Aquarius: you priority for the week should be your needs, not someone else’s! Don’t forget to resolve your old relationships before starting new ones. Concentrate on the new beginnings. Spend some time dealing with your goals.

#Pisces: you know what you need best, but don’t try to influence other people about the things they need most. Listen to what others tell you. Pay attention to what is hidden between the lines. Old love will once again show itself on the horizon. You should definitely rest and enjoy life this week.

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