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Saturday, June 25, 2022
There comes a time when you just have to put your foot down concerning a certain issue, and today could include that time.If you have really made it clear to someone that you aren't interested, there shouldn't be a problem.However, you may have just given out double messages.
Dog Weekly Horoscope: Jun 20 to Jun 26, 2022
Even though the week begins under a busy and industrious Rabbit Moon and the competitive and professionally charged month of the Goat is just around the corner, there is a real push to ensure life doesn't become all work and no play. In the last full week of the adventurous month of the Horse that was always going to be the case but what gives this additional weight is that for the first time in 12 years this is playing out during the fun, playful, romantic and creative Year of the Tiger. It is not just that the Horse and Tiger are both focused on the same side of life's fence, but as part of the same triad of affinity they will be actively helping each other out.
Dog Monthly Horoscope: June 2022
For the Dog, the month of the Horse is one of the most anticipated months of any year and not just because of its adventurous influence. The Dog and Horse are part of the same triad of affinity, which means they are natural allies and this will always be a good month for you. The difference this time is that this is the Year of the Tiger and the Tiger is the third member of this special triad. The fun, playful, romantic and creative Year of the Tiger has been in effect for months and will be for the rest of 2022, but as the Horse and Tiger come together this will amplify the impact from both. With the competitive and professionally charged month of the Goat starting on 29th June, the Horse and Tiger will be working until then to focus on the playful and adventurous side of life's fence.
Power Numbers: 14, 25, 31, 45, 66, 69
Friendly Signs: Rabbit & Pig
Beware of: Rooster
Colour of the day: Lime Green
Born Today: George Abbott, George Orwell, Carly Simon, James Meredith, Matt LeBlanc