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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
You're primed for far more thrills, chills, and frills than almost everyone around you. While you perfect your role as a fun hog, anxiety vultures may be lurking everywhere. But I predict that as long as you make yourself staunchly immune to their contagious blahs, your quest for crafty rapture won't be denied. And the cosmic signs are clearly suggesting that you do owe it to yourself to overstep the boundaries of civilized repression, not to mention test the boring limits of good taste. Have you considered throwing a Sagittarians-only bash?
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
For singer-songwriter Paula Cole, the creative process has a primal urgency. "It's like when a snake molts," she muses. "My albums are like the molted skins that I've left behind." I trust her description resonates with you, Capricorn. According to my reading of the astrological omens, you should be right in the middle of shedding an identity or creation you spent months refining. I suggest you do it with impeccable enthusiasm and thoroughness. That'll be the best way to attract the inspiration you'll need for your next masterpiece.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
In my perfect world, an essential part of every child's education would be remembering and learning from dreams. Dream interpretation workshops would be as popular among adults as watching TV. Why do I feel so strongly about this? Because understanding dreams is the best defense against our instinct to project our own flaws onto other people. When you study your dreams, you have a foolproof way to detect the way you lie to yourself. You can discern the hidden patterns that shape your behavior and that are sometimes at odds with your conscious values. I'm doing a hard sell, Aquarius, because it's prime time to upgrade your relationship with dreams. For inspiration, try these books: Living Your Dreams, by Gayle Delaney, and Creative Dreaming, by Patricia Garfield.
The Televisionary Oracle
A Novel by Rob Brezsny
A lusty but sensitive rock star encounters the leader of a goddess - worshiping religious order that values pranks as much as prayers.
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PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20)
This is a subliminal message. Though your conscious mind won't be aware of what I'm saying, your subconscious will record and remember everything. It's a good thing, too, because if your ego got hold of the tricky privilege I'm about to authorize, it might be tempted to abuse it. Here goes: You have cosmic permission to tweak rules and traditions that keep you apart from the experiences your soul loves. That means you may tiptoe along the thin line between creative storytelling and outright fabrication. It also gives you the right to act as if the truth is more important than the facts, as if imagination is more trustworthy than knowledge.
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