According to Jonathan Cainer:
There is a limit to how far a car can be driven in reverse. If you don’t mind getting a stiff neck and the road is clear, you can travel further than you might think possible. But you can’t keep it up indefinitely. You may be able to retrace a few steps and partially alter the outcome of a recent event. In the end, though, you will have to turn and point forward again. Then you’ll see how appropriate this feels. This week’s lesson? You can afford to let the past be the past because the future is not just any old future. It is the right one!
Your Week Ahead – Love Focus: Tick. Tock. Tick… Tock… Ti… … ck. To… … ck. T… We can’t speed up the passage of time. Nor, when we really want to, can we slow it down. Ah, and when we don’t want to… That’s another story. You don’t mind waiting for something now. You recognise that, to some extent at least, you have no option, other than to be patient. Really, though, a process is becoming painfully long and drawn out. This is not procrastination or prevarication; it’s purgatory. But there may just be some good news in your emotional life very soon.