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CAPRICORN [December 22–January 19] Even if you don't plan to go to school in 2010, I suggest you make plans to further your education. Your current levels of knowledge and skill may be quite impressive, but they simply won't be enough to keep you growing and adapting forever. And the coming months will be a perfect time, from an astrological perspective, to get that process under way. Here are a few questions to jump-start your meditations: What ignorance do you find yourself having to increasingly hide? What subjects captivate your imagination and tantalize your future self? What skills and know-how do your competitors have that you don't?
AQUARIUS [January 20–February 18] Imagine that money is not just the literal cash and checks you give and receive, but is also an invisible force of nature like gravity. Then imagine that it's possible for this energy to be favorably disposed toward you—that its rhythms may be more closely aligned with your personal needs. Can you picture that, Aquarius? I hope so, because there is a sense in which this seeming fantasy will be an actuality for you during much of 2010. How well you're able to capitalize will depend in part on how high you keep your integrity levels. Are you prepared to be more impeccably ethical, fair, and honest than you've ever been?
PISCES [February 19–March 20] Have you been toiling away earnestly at the exhausting homework that life has dumped on you this past year? Have you kept the faith even when you've been fooled and confused? Have you applied yourself with a pure heart to the maddening details and puzzling riddles you've been asked to master? If you've been less than conscientious at doing these tasks, the next two months will bring you a series of tricky final exams. But if you have been doing your due diligence, then you're on the brink of graduating from boring old problems that you have been studying and studying and studying for a long time. Do we dare hope that you will soon be free of a history that has repeated itself ad nauseam? Yes, I think we do dare.
Homework: Create a title that captures the essence of what you hope to accomplish in 2010, like "The Year I Figure Out What I Really Want" or "The Year I Become a Modest Super-Hero." Testifyat FreeWillAstrology.com