By Michael Musto
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ARIES (March 21-April 19):In order to be true to yourself and get what you want in the coming week, you'll have to be more generous and imaginative than usual. Here are a few activities that could help. (1) Send a letter expressing your admiration to a person whose good works fascinate you. (2) Dream up 20 new names for God, using ice cream flavors and DJ names for inspiration. (3) Buy seven used gowns worn by famous actresses to the Academy Awards show, and send them gratis to seven Guatemalan grandmothers. (4) Find someone who is impossible to love and love them defiantly. (5) Try on the perspective of the poet John Keats, who said, "I am certain of nothing but the holiness of the Heart's affections and the truth of Imagination."
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TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Every relationship has its own unique soul. The way you fit together with another personwhether it's through romantic intimacy, friendship, or collaborative workshould be allowed to find the idiosyncratic identity that best suits the special chemistry between you. It is therefore a sin to compare any of your partnerships to some supposedly ideal model. Fortunately, you're in an astrological phase when you have a certain genius about togetherness. May I suggest that you devote the next few weeks to helping all of your important bonds find their deeper meaning?
GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Would you like me to award you the title of "Most Successful Complainer of the Month" for November? If so, you'll spend the next few days getting organized in your approach to changing what's wrong. You'll decide which five of the hundred irritating problems are most deserving of your intelligent attention. You'll have a long talk with yourself in which you promise to express your criticisms in ways that will not make people defensive. And then you will formulate a step-by-step plan to carefully, gently, compassionately carry out a revolution.
CANCER (June 21-July 22): An unauthorized Harry Potter book is being sold in China. Penned by an anonymous author, it describes Harry morphing into a furry dwarf after a "sour-sweet rain." I've also been victimized: A fake version of my column is showing up in an English-language rag there. Whoever's writing it is totally cracked; it bears little resemblance to my work. A recent horoscope for us Cancerians, however, did contain a thread I think is right for our tribe. It advises us to capitalize on the actions of our adversaries; to benefit from those who have profited from us; to turn the tables on table-turners.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): As the Sun, Mercury, and Venus turn the heat up in your astrological House of Pancakes, you have a mandate to curl up and feast on heaps of flapjacks, waffles, blintzes, and crepes. Doughnuts and pastries are also acceptable. However you do it, Leo, you'll benefit from acquiring more ballast. Why? Because you've got to become less top-heavy and more difficult to push over. If you prefer not to accomplish this by adding girth to your gut and butt, find another way. Perhaps you could tie an anchor to your waist or think really deep thoughts.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): This week's counsel is extreme. Don't read another word, Virgo, unless you feel ready to carry out a task that will require you to be daringly rebellious and brazenly optimistic. According to my reading of the astrological omens, you're being asked to revise your attitudes, change your habits, alter your behavior, or do whatever else it may take to arrive at a radical new way of looking at your life: You must be able to sincerely believe that the cosmos or fate or Godwhatever you want to call the Vastnessis on your side and wants you to succeed at the thing you enjoy most. Here's a big hint about one way to proceed, courtesy of author Paulo Coelho: "Know what you want and all the universe conspires to help you achieve it."
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Welcome to "Retool Your Approach to Discipline Week," Libra. To assist you in jettisoning needlessly narrow ideas about how to cultivate self-control, I present the following epigrams. "Practice doesn't make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect." -Vince Lombardi. "We are what we repeatedly do." -Aristotle. "Any thought that is passed on to the subconscious often enough and convincingly enough is finally accepted." -Robert Collier. "The greatest achievements and virtuoso performances of our lives are romanced, not beaten, out of us." -Nick Williams. "If you can figure out how to make discipline really fun, it won't feel like discipline." -my accountant Wendy.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): It will be a favorable week to change your hair color, bark poetry at your television, take a balloon ride over the south coast of France where the wild horses run, get expelled from Catholic school for spraying a nun with squirtable sour candy, retreat to a chicken coop and write your autobiography, climb a tree with a person whose relationship with you is in transition, teach animals to dance, wear cashmere pajamas, abduct an extraterrestrial, hurl the Buns of Steel video into a volcano, scrawl meaningful graffiti where it'll truly change somebody's mind, take care of a needy little creature, and fantasize you're the child of divine parents who abandoned you when you were two days old, but who will soon be coming to reunite with you.
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