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Your lookahead horoscope for the week: June 2, 2024

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HOROSCOPES IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY

You will be under divine guidance over the next 12 months and will be able to successfully embark on almost anything you choose. Listen to what your inner voice is telling you and don’t doubt for a moment that this is the best advice you can ever receive.

ARIES (March 21 – April 20):

With the Sun, Venus, and Jupiter about to be joined by Mercury in the most open and outgoing area of ​​your chart, you’ll truly feel like the first day of summer. You are at the beginning of an extremely positive and productive phase. Make it count.

TAURUS (April 21 – May 21):

No matter how detailed your plans are, common sense should tell you that you cannot pursue every one of them. The message from the stars this week is that you should focus only on practical matters. Save the dreams for later.

GEMINI (May 22 – June 21):

Mercury, your ruler and planet of communication, joins the Sun, Venus and Jupiter in your sign this week, potentially making it one of the most rewarding times of the year. The moment you give your dream a name is the moment it begins to come true.

CANCER (June 22 – July 23):

You may have to defend yourself against a rival’s accusations this week, but don’t make a big deal out of it or waste your time trying to fight back, because there’s little they can do to hurt you. Pity them instead.

LEO (July 24 – August 23):

Most of the problems you face have simple solutions and if you step away from all the noise and confusion, they should be pretty easy to identify. There are so many voices screaming to be heard right now that earplugs might be a good investment.

VIRGO (August 24 – September 23):

Cosmic activity in your chart’s career field over the next few days will place greater emphasis on work-related matters and encourage you to pursue your ambitions, no matter what others might think. Their opinions don’t matter.


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LIBRA (September 24 – October 23):

A problem that has tormented you for ages will lose its importance this week, not because it no longer exists but because you no longer care about it. You will now be much more relaxed about life in general and that is a very good thing.

SCORPIO (October 24 – November 22):

Questions related to investments, real estate, and your wealth in general will take center stage over the next few days, so keep your cool and look forward to the day when money matters no longer spark as much of anxiety. It will come.

SAGITTARIUS (November 23 – December 21):

Take the time to look back over the last six months and see how far you’ve come. Chances are you’ve accomplished more than you thought, but don’t stop there. Aim even higher and keep reaching for the stars.

CAPRICORN (December 22 – January 20):

Cosmic activity in the area of ​​work and well-being in your chart is at such a high point that you will need to consciously find ways to reduce your stress levels. Take what you do seriously, but also try to treat it like a game.

AQUARIUS (January 21 – February 19):

Give 100 percent at all times this week. It’s one of the best times of year to finish things, not just to get them out of the way, but to bring them to a level of excellence that no one else is capable of.

PISCES (February 20 – March 20):

If you find yourself attracted to a certain person over the next few days, it may be because you are destined to work on something important together over the next few months. In the grand scheme of things, coincidence does not exist.

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