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Tuesday, October 3, 2023
Currently you must cope with some form of a setback in your career. In spite of your gloomy outlook, do not lose your hope, be courageous. Choose to frame the situation as a challenge instead of a defeat. The solutions you are presently trying to formulate turn out to be very useful in the future. Additionally, do not be too proud to ask for some assistance.
Dog Weekly Horoscope: Oct 2 to Oct 8, 2023
At the same time that you move into the second half and the final two weeks of the nostalgic and reflective month of the Rooster, there is both a growing sense of nostalgia and anticipation. While there is a growing pull towards the past the future is starting to call. For the Dog, the month of the Rooster is the final month in a personal 12 month lunar cycle, with a chance to close old doors and reflect on the journey that the last year has taken you on. In these final days, this becomes even more important yet at the same time, you are also drawing closer to the eclipsing New Moon that at the end of next week will usher in the month of the Dog and with it, a new 12 month lunar cycle.
Dog Monthly Horoscope: October 2023
The eclipsing New Moon on 15th October will do more than just bring one lunar month to a close while ushering in the next. When the nostalgic and reflective month of the Rooster ends on 15th October so too will this current personal 12 month lunar cycle, with a chance in these final two weeks to close old doors and reflect on the journey that the past year has taken you on. Meanwhile, as it ends this won't just usher in the month of the Rooster but will bring you to the start of a brand new personal 12 month lunar cycle. The first half of the month is more about endings while the second half is more about new beginnings.
Power Numbers: 3, 4, 42, 52, 53, 61
Friendly Signs: Tiger & Rabbit
Beware of: Snake
Colour of the day: Lavender
Born Today: Pierre Bonnard, Thomas Wolfe, Gore Vidal, Chubby Checker, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Al Sharpton, Ashlee Simpson