By Jena Ardell
By Jon Campbell
By Alan Scherstuhl
By Tessa Stuart
By Roy Edroso
By Jon Campbell
By Albert Samaha
By Zachary D. Roberts
SAGITTARIUS [November 22–December 21] Cartoon character Homer Simpson is on record as saying that whenever he learns something new, it pushes some old stuff out of his brain. But I don't see this being a problem for you as you enter the High-Intensity Educational Season, a time when your capacity to find and absorb new teachings will be at a peak. If you push hard to learn new lessons, you will certainly not cause the expulsion of old lessons. On the contrary, you'll dramatically enhance the power and brightness of what you've already learned.
CAPRICORN [December 22–January 19] Take what you really need, Capricorn, but don't take what you just sort of want. Haggle with life, yes, but insist only on the specific essentials and forgo irrelevant goodies. A similar principle applies as you seek the information you crave: Formulate precise questions that will win you the exact revelations that are necessary to help your cause and that won't fill your beautiful head up with useless data.
AQUARIUS [January 20–February 18] Up until he got married last month, 22-year old Kevin Jonas was a virgin, having long ago pledged himself to abstinence until his wedding day. Soon after he and his bride returned from their honeymoon, he issued his report at a press conference: "To be honest, sex was not worth the wait. After we did it, I was kind of like, that's it?" His confession surprised me. How could he have reached such a definitive conclusion based on so little experience? Wouldn't it be wise to consider the possibility that, over time, he might uncover secrets and plumb mysteries that are unknown to him in his unripe state? Learn from his mistake, Aquarius. In the coming weeks, cultivate a humble, innocent, curious attitude—not just about sex, but about everything.
PISCES [February 19–March 20] I have a Piscean friend who does modern-day cave paintings. She hikes out to underground caverns, where she creates murals on stony walls. She shows us photos of her work, but otherwise keeps it secret, saying it's a pleasurable spiritual practice to offer these mysteries as a gift to the earth, without any expectation of getting recognition or money. I don't normally recommend such behavior for Pisceans. But I do suggest that you try it in the coming weeks. I think you'll conjure up an epiphany or two if you offer life your favors without worrying about whether they'll be returned.
Homework: Want inspiration as you reclaim your own unique relationship with the Divine Wow? Go here: http://bit.ly/RebrandGod