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Q Scopes: Swallow your pride, Taurus!

By | 2018-01-15T23:28:24-05:00 April 12th, 2007|Uncategorized|

by Jack Fertig

April 2, 2007

Mars enters Pisces on April 6, and he’ll be there for about six weeks, diffusing energy into steamy or esoteric, directionless pursuits. It’s a good time for dance lessons, martial arts, spiritual pursuits, or meditation, but a challenging time to accomplish anything. Try to stick to established plans. If that becomes difficult, let go of the process and stay focused on the goal.

ARIES (March 20 – April 19): Recent plans you made with friends can get lost in the shuffle or morph into something unexpected. It doesn’t matter, as long as enjoying their company remains most important. Exuberant drinking or drugging could be a problem. Collaborate instead on some community service.

TAURUS (April 20 – May 20): Your increased efforts at work could be misguided, causing confusion, perhaps even arguments, with the boss. Swallow your pride. A humble, flexible approach will work best in the long run, even if it’s uncomfortable now.

GEMINI (May 21 – June 20): It seems you have so much to say, but your usually well-organized thoughts are a mad, impressionist jumble. Whenever you feel logic-impaired, explore the illogical. New artistic and/or musical experiences will offer great, original insights.

CANCER (June 21- July 22): Recent adventures in sexual exploration can leave you wondering, _Is that all there is?_ Never! Erotic technique is not emotional connection. Your emotional desires may exceed real possibilities. Enjoying fantasies is fine – as long as you remember that’s all they are.

LEO (July 23 – August 22): Recent changes in your partnership are running into confusion. You could let go of logic and old expectations and enjoy a sensual, poetic adventure. Just avoid anything involving legal obligations or entanglements.

VIRGO (August 23 – September 22): Be especially careful of your health. Moderate your exercise, and guard against anything that’s going around while you are so susceptible. If you’re working too hard, stop, think, focus on the goal, and rethink your approach.

LIBRA (September 23 – October 22): Kick up your heels and dance! Physical activity will open creative channels, but you’re a little spacey for sporting events. Dancing, tai chi, swimming, and meditative jogs are good. Still, be careful.

SCORPIO (October 23 – November 21): Resist the urge to stay at home, for whatever “good reasons.” Get involved in something to help your neighborhood or community. You have a lot more to offer, and to gain, than you realize!

SAGITTARIUS (November 22 – December 20): Lately, you’re especially outspoken, but logic deserts you now. You can argue about artistic matters, but most academic ideas will leave you swimming. Political arguments could best be made satirically – maybe through a drag persona.

CAPRICORN (December 21 – January 19): Beware of hidden costs, balloon payments, and other sudden expenses popping out of nowhere. Making charitable donations could help, but be sure you know where that money is going. Treating buddies to drinks is _not_ charitable!

AQUARIUS (January 20 – February 18): Your energy has been high, but your focus is getting weak, which could make you especially susceptible to accidents or simple screw-ups in anything you try. Go slow and easy, and take time out to meditate and clear your busy brain.

PISCES (February 19 – March 19): Mars entering your sign makes you forceful – but to what end? You could experience some sexual magnetism, but you need to decide with whom to enjoy it. A quiet retreat is recommended now, but you don’t have to be all alone!

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