CAPRICORN [December 22–January 19] "Most humans have an absolute and infinite capacity for taking things for granted," said Aldous Huxley. If that's true, it's important that you NOT act like a normal human in the next few weeks. Taking things for granted would be a laziness you can't afford to indulge. In fact, I think you should renew your passion for and commitment to all your familiar pleasures and fundamental supports. Express your appreciation for the sources that nourish you so reliably.

AQUARIUS [January 20–February 18] Poet Jacob Nibengenesabe was a member of the Swampy Cree, a First Nation tribe in Canada. He wrote shamanic poems from the point of view of a magical trickster who could change himself into various creatures. In one poem, the shape-shifter talked about how important it is to be definite about what he wanted. "There was a storm once," he said. "That's when I wished myself/to be a turtle/but I meant on land!/The one that carries a hard tent/on his back./I didn't want to be floating!" By the end of the poem, the shape-shifter concluded, "I've got to wish things exactly!" I hope that will be the way it is from now on for you, too, Aquarius. Visualize your desires in intricate, exact detail.

PISCES [February 19–March 20] As you sleep, you have at least 1,000 dreams every year. But if you're typical, you might recall only a few of them. Doesn't that bother you? To be so ignorant of the stories your subconscious mind works so hard to craft? Now is an excellent time to develop a stronger relationship with your dreams, Pisces. It's time to explore the deeper strata of your life's big mysteries.

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