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SAGITTARIUS(Nov. 22-Dec. 21):
Did you abandon a dream once upon a time? I'm here to tell you it's coming back around for a fresh look. Did you give up a child for adoption years ago? He or she has begun looking for you. Have you given up hope of ever finding a certain valuable item you lost in the past? Believe it or not, it's almost within your grasp. You know that legacy that should have been yours some time back? I bet it will finally become available soon. Do you sometimes see a metaphorical resonance between the events on TV's Buffy the Vampire Slayer and your own life? In the coming week, you may feel a bit like Buffy after her resurrection.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):
I'd like you to take inventory of all the things you do to make yourself attractive and desirable. When you engage in conversation, do you gravitate toward subjects that show off the sexy ways your mind works? Are there specific compliments you dole out when you're flirting, or typical gifts you offer when you're currying favor? Do you use body language and tones of voice that are designed to be seductive? Once you have surveyed the full range of your subliminal salesmanship, Capricorn, I'll ask you not to resort to any of it in the coming weeks. Instead, promise me you'll whip up an imaginative new mating dance and a host of fresh, hot moves.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):
Every April for the last 10 years, many American companies have observed Take Our Daughters to Work Day. Girls accompany their parents to the job site so that they might be inspired to dream more aggressively about what they want to be when they grow up. In the buildup to this year's event, some organizations lobbied for an addition to the tradition: Take Our Sons to Work Day. In the spirit of total inclusiveness, I want to go even one step further and propose the creation of Take Our Imaginary Friends to Work Day. In fact, I'll ask you Aquarians to celebrate your own personal version of it this week. It's prime time, astrologically speaking, to liven up the workplace by bringing in more of your fantasy life and expressing the fullness of your idiosyncratic self.
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PISCES(Feb. 19-March 20):
You have an unusually potent capacity to commune with and heal animals these days. Your psychic abilities are particularly strong with cats, dogs, birds, horses, rodents, and marine mammals. Your hands have the power to ameliorate the physical and emotional stress of those creatures and many more. Perhaps most remarkably, you possess an enormous talent for easing the suffering and anxiety of the animal within you. I urge you to be as sweet to that intelligent beast as you would be to a beloved pet. One more thing: It's an excellent time to teach any animal, including your inner one, new tricks.
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