Thursday, October 6, 2022

In the Stars: Horoscopes for the week of Oct. 30

Read according to your rising signs

Aries: Frustration will be a common theme this week. You might feel like you have hit a roadblock. It’s okay to be frustrated but don’t become pessimistic.

Taurus: Don’t be surprised if new surprises, revelations, and unveiling of secrets come your way. This is a time period of radical change and whatever chaos comes your way will be worth it in the end.

Gemini: This week you might feel like you are finally able to be yourself. However, don’t be surprised if you feel restrained later on. You might feel like your vision is limited.

Cancer: This week will bring more stress and anxiety than typically felt. You also might feel like you are part of a support network for other people. Take time to take care of yourself too.

Leo: You might feel out of it or in a daze this week. 

Virgo: It might be hard for you to combine your imagination and practical ways of thinking. Some things just feel too impractical for you so you never try them.

Libra: This week will bring a fresh start or sense of renewal you have been waiting for. You might have felt the need to seclude yourself, but now you’re ready to be a social butterfly again. 

Scorpio: You’ll probably won’t know how to express yourself and your worldview. It’s okay to feel confused. Don’t get too trapped in your head or overanalyze.

Sagittarius: This week you’ll feel more calm than before. There is still a lot on your mind and you might feel like you’ve taken on more than you can withstand. Take time and ease with the obstacles you’re facing.

Capricorn: Tension will rise this week, but they have also been rising. Try to keep it as calm, cool, and collected as possible. 

Aquarius: You might feel things more intensely this week for better or for worse. It can be overwhelming or chaotic, but the change will be necessary and valuable to you.

Pisces: This week will be anxiety-inducing and overwhelming for you. You might feel like too many things are out of your control. Take care of yourself and do what you have to do to get better.

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