By Keegan Hamilton
By Albert Samaha
By Village Voice staff
By Tessa Stuart
By Albert Samaha
By Steve Weinstein
By Devon Maloney
By Tessa Stuart
SAGITTARIUS(Nov. 22-Dec. 21):
I'm going to suggest an "as if" exercise, Sagittarius. It's meant to take place entirely in your mind's eye and most definitely NOT be acted out, at least not yet. Here's my proposal: Spend four days imagining what your life might be like if you decided you were no longer saving yourself for a mythical "later." See yourself doing exactly what you long to do most, passionately carrying out the mission you came to Earth to accomplish. During this brief sabbatical, you will banish all excuses about why you can't possibly follow your bliss. You will act as if you are aligned with the heart of creationas if you're a genius in love with your life.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):
I hereby appoint you the Official Role Model in charge of demonstrating what it means to be a smart lover in every situation (yes, every situation, not just those that directly involve romance). I also bestow upon you the demanding title of "Enforcer of Amazing Grace," hoping this will incite you to call on reserves of smoothness and poise and beneficence you didn't know you had. Finally, Capricorn, I exhort you to be fiercely committed to seeing the best in everyone, even if you have to dig deep to find it. In giving you these huge responsibilities, I'm acting on clues provided by the astrological omens. They say that generosity of spirit is the key to you getting what you really want.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):
I bet that even if you're not literally far from home these days, Aquarius, you're on an odyssey of some sort. The astrological omens suggest you're being led away from familiar feelings and ideas. You're in transit to an unknown country. You're changing but you're not yet sure how. During this time of wandering, I recommend that you adopt a new "travel name"a special alias that will help bring home to you the seminal power of this phase. One name you might want to consider is the Nigerian "Uzoma," which means "born during a journey."
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PISCES(Feb. 19-March 20):
If you were Bob Dylan, would you have licensed your poetic anthem "The Times They Are A-Changin' " to be used in a commercial by a Canadian bank? Or are you more like Beck, who turned down Miller Beer's plea to buy one of his songs for $300,000? You will soon face a quandary, Pisces, that will ask you to meditate on questions like these. To couch your looming decisions in even more universal terms: Do you have anything in common with the young woman in the fairy tale who gave up the work she adored in order to win the love of a prince? Or do you have a clear idea of how to stay true to what's most valuable, even if an interesting temptation is calling you away?
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