CAPRICORN [December 22–January 19] For more than 11 years, a New Jersey man named Jesus Leonardo earned an annual salary of about $45,000 by gathering up and cashing in horse-racing tickets that had been accidentally thrown away by the people who bought them. I suggest we make him your role model and patron saint for the coming weeks. Like him, you are in line to capitalize on discarded riches and unappreciated assets. Be on the lookout for the treasure hidden in the trash.

AQUARIUS [January 20–February 18] You're now in a phase of your long-term cycle when life will be extra responsive to your vivacious curiosity. That's why I encourage you to ask riveting questions. Ask whom? God, if that's your style; your higher self, if that works better; or sources of wisdom and vitality you respect, if you prefer that. Here are four queries to get you started: 1) "What is the most magnificent gift I can give to life in the next three years?" 2) "How can I become more powerful in a way that's safe and wise?" 3) "How can I cultivate my relationships so that they thrive even as my life keeps changing?" 4) "What can I do that will help me get all the love I need?"

PISCES [February 19–March 20] I was considering the possibility of getting me and my family members those GPS devices that allow you to locate your car if you've forgotten where you parked it. But then I had second thoughts. Wouldn't that be one additional thing encouraging us to let our memories atrophy? The conveniences that technology provides are wonderful, but at a certain point don't they start threatening to weaken our brain functions? I invite you to meditate on this issue, Pisces. It's time to have a talk with yourself about anything—gadgets, comforts, habits—that might be dampening your willpower, compromising your mental acuity, or rendering you passive.


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