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Daily Chatty Style Horoscopes - Wednesday 25 May
It's interesting how we have a 'moral compass' that guides us to do what's right. We also have an 'inner compass' that processes what our eyes take in and asks our hearts for essential input. Doing 'the right thing' now involves trusting wholeheartedly what you feel. Relying on cold logic probably won't be nearly as effective.
'That's easy for you to say.' Those words can be directed at somebody who doesn't have a clue about the reality of something we deal with. But it can also be an unhelpful defense mechanism aimed at truth that comes our way. Somebody's advice or input has been thought-through and is probably more relevant and appropriate than you think it is. So, don't see it as condescending.
Vineyards, breweries and distilleries take time very seriously. For their wines, beers or spirits to be exemplary or superior, corners cannot be cut where allowing time to work its magic is concerned. You might sense you've waited or been patient in an area of your world for long enough. If your heart implies a green light is given, it's likely time to proceed.
People rarely tell themselves that they wish they'd listened to somebody. Even if advice was ignored, many seem to think that it's better to at least test the alternative, even if it fails. At that point, we often become more willing to reconsider advice someone tried to offer! Save yourself hassle now. Somebody's experience-based suggestion could be exactly what you need.
Everybody has their own expectations about what they want from a leader. Some people are happy to accept that a person is in that position because of unquestionable knowledge and experience they possess. But some leaders adopt an unhelpful 'do as I say, not as I do' approach. It's in your and others' best interests for you to lead by example in some way now.
Don't be concerned about giving anyone 'an inch' and them 'taking a mile.' You could be superbly placed to offer input or support but may believe a line will be crossed with doing so. But is it really such a big deal if that happens? You can control how reliant somebody becomes on you. But don't rule out how they might see you as the most helpful and possibly wisest person they know!
The phrase 'buttering up' creates an unsettling image. But we know it means to charm somebody with lavish flattery or praise. Sometimes, the person doing the 'buttering' is unaware of how transparent their motives and actions are, too. So, trust that sneaky or underhand tactics won't be as effective as asking somebody outright and sincerely if they're willing to assist or support you!
When people gravitate toward you, I'm guessing they rarely do so because you're the only one available. If you're typical of your sign, they may have to pluck up some courage to do so occasionally, too. But whether it's lightheartedness, wisdom, or advice that draws others to you now, be willing to offer all generously. You can, and it won't go unappreciated.
Rising to a challenge alongside someone else often brings a better result. Quitting smoking, losing weight, getting fitter - doing anything in tandem with another person makes the process more interesting and gives us something to measure results with. There could be benefits to encouraging somebody to join you with a challenge now. If both of you benefit, that makes it even more worthwhile!
Here's your chance to feel better on the inside and glow on the outside! If you've thought about necessary changes to routines, diet or health generally, action could replace thoughts now or shortly. But don't believe you need to go to excessive lengths to feel better or look better naked. Even small changes could have a significant knock-on effect. Just start as you mean to go on.
You may be aware of how something that 'worked' for somebody you know can 'work' for you, too. If you've been stuck or confused about options in a particular area or regarding a tricky decision, looking at how somebody dealt with a similar scenario could be helpful. Research they did or a lesson they learned could come in handy.
Of course, the most pleasant and helpful conversations are two-way. We don't mind somebody talking about themselves more than they should if we sense self-indulgent chatter will be brief. You may need to dial back a tendency to tip conversational balances in your direction. Say what you need to say but do it in measured chunks rather than all at once. Leave space for listening!