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Star Gazing:

RAVEN NIGHTWOOD, MIRROR ASTROLOGER

ARIES

You see things with more clarity than usual this week. Everything that you were unable to figure out suddenly makes sense. Work problems in particular will be solvable.

TAURUS

Talk isn’t cheap, it’s economical. Talking will be a major activity for you this week as you find yourself communicating well with many people. Some of your conversations may lead to more meaningful relations later on.

GEMINI

You long to sail on the ocean or ride away on a train. Travel is uppermost in your plans. The best place you can go right now, however, is the place where you grew up. A return to the hometown or the house where you once lived may answer some deep questions.

CANCER

If your love life keeps repeating the same old patterns it’s because you are stuck in a pattern yourself. Try doing something new. If you have a companion, invite that person to join you in an adventure.

LEO

Don’t try to finish other people’s sentences. You will have an urge to do so because at this time you have a heightened ability to sense what’s going on in the heads of others. But keep your insights to yourself and use them in careful ways.

VIRGO

Friends may ask you for help with their projects. You may be feeling like you are being asked to solve everyone else’s problems when you have issues of your own to work on. Decide what should take priority.

LIBRA

Someone new is about to enter your life. If you are single, this person could be the one you’ve been waiting for. On the other hand, this person could also be a good friend and business contact.

SCORPIO

The world is larger than you are. You have been thinking in very small terms; now you find yourself thinking on a global scale. Whatever it is you have been planning, you will investigate ways to take it to a larger audience.

SAGITTARIUS

Just because others are doing the things they do doesn’t mean you have to follow them. Break off from the crowd and find some project or creative activity that no one else is doing. Dare to be different for once.

CAPRICORN

Your life will be busy with social events, yet these events won’t be just about fun and romance. You may also meet important career contacts and receive ideas that will help you financially.

AQUARIUS

Sorry, this isn’t a week for exciting adventures for you. It’s time for practical matters like doing your income taxes or cleaning out your closet. Once these chores are done, you will have a chance to get out there and have a better time.

PISCES

Partners and family members often expect perfection and you know you can’t offer that, nor can they expect it of you. But what everyone can give is respect and consideration, plus quality time. Give and you shall receive.

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