Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of April 12 - The Cut
Apr 12, 2021 1 min, 35 secs
But even when there’s no obvious possibility, even when the path promises to be strange and difficult, it’s a week to move anyway.

This resourcefulness is a true gift, but sometimes, it makes you forget that it’s possible, too, to start fresh.

This week, you might experience a sudden and overwhelming aversion to doing the things you don’t think really matter.

It’s not the most convenient feeling, to be bursting with drive and direction in a world that requires so much trivial labor from you, but this week, it’s worth letting some of the small tasks go and prioritizing what really matters instead.

This week, the world will offer something wonderful and new, but only if you’re willing to relinquish something old first.

But this week, it’s possible to free yourself from the trap of spiraling anger.

This week, it’s possible to move forward from loss and confusion and heartbreak and into a wild and lush new phase of life.

But this week, don’t expect yourself to get over it all so fast.

It’s a week to develop a tolerance for getting things wrong in bold and interesting ways.

This week, there might be some wild back-and-forth between your heart and your life.

This is a week not to fall for anyone’s else’s games.

It’s a week not to fall for anyone’s beautiful illusions, even your own.

This week, though, there’s magic enough in the real world around you, in the physical fact of your life.

Watch as the world around you opens up: The beautiful life you dream of is possible — not only in dreams, but right here — and you can move closer to it, if you try.

Read the weekly horoscopes for the week of April 5.

The weekly horoscopes for the week of April 19 will be online next Sunday.

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