By Araceli Cruz
By Tessa Stuart
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By Albert Samaha
By Village Voice staff
By Tessa Stuart
By Albert Samaha
SAGITARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You're progressing nicely in your efforts to master life's most complicated skills. For instance, you're making better and better mistakes all the time. You're getting pretty good at being three places at once, too; and with every passing month you know more about using your fears to motivate you so they won't paralyze you. What you'd benefit from most right now, though, is a refresher course in the simplest fundamentals. For starters, you still have a lot to learn about how to sleep and eat. And it's not too far-fetched to say that you could use some breathing lessons. For that matter, Sagittarius, you're not exactly a Ph.D. in the art of happiness. I suggest you sniff around to see if there are any crafty elders offering workshops on how to regard everything that comes your way as a blessing.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Forget about the 900-pound-gorilla problem; you've got it pretty much neutralized for now. Turn your attention to the three-gram-hummingbird dilemma: you know, the beautiful little bundle of nonstop energy darting around like neon fire. Please keep in mind that the brave forcefulness you summoned to deal with the gorilla may not be of much help in this fresh challenge. A suggestion: Try tuning in to your own inner hummingbird.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): "The elephant never gets tired of carrying its tusks," says a proverb of the Vai tribe in Liberia. I suggest you make that a central meditation in the coming week, Aquarius. Maybe it'll inspire you to intensify your commitment to the duties that make you so unique and beautiful. It's the perfect astrological moment to do that. Do not, however, interpret the proverb to mean you should keep hauling around toxic emotions that you generated while neurotically slaving away at obnoxious duties in the distant past. They not only weaken and uglify you, they're also unnecessary. Dump them.
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PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20):The average Pisces catches 147 colds in a lifetime, endures a serious case of hurt feelings three times a month, and fantasizes about the end of the world once every 6.2 days. I predict, however, that you will experience none of the above during the coming weeks. You're slipping into a grace period that may shock you with its ease, beauty, and abundance: a time when your innocence regenerates and your wisdom freshens; a seed time when your determination to feel good will trump your habitual tendencies to expect the worst; a time of awakening when your perceptions will deepen and expand even as the world is created anew right in front of your eyes.
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