Mercury will stop its retrograde nonsense on the 29th.
March 21-April 19
Athletes will tell you that they never feel better than when they’re sweaty and short of breath. The reason for this is that the more seriously you engage your body, the easier it is to get a handle on yourself. Gather your energy and get grounded so that you can make smart choices. Strive towards sure footedness.
April 20-May 20
Sadly, not everything that you want is good for you, Taurus. Desire is just as often motivated by self-sabotaging impulses as by actual wanting. Make sure you are not engaged in bad self-fulfilling prophesies. Be willing to look underneath why you feel like you’ve gotta have those shoes, that hottie, or those wheels. Motive is everything this week.
May 21-June 21
Being capable of great things is awesome, and you are more than capable you are downright brimming with potential. The problem is, you’re having a rough time figuring out how to put all your sparkle to good use. Cultivate perspective and a good sense of timing.
June 22-July 22
You can’t blame folks for not meeting your needs if you were never direct about them in the first place. If you do, you’re not likely to get very far. Don’t externalize the anger you feel towards your self at the people closest to you. Adopt a sense of humor about your situation instead.
July 23-Aug. 22
Your anxious head is like a runaway car on a hill of black ice. It’s bad news, out of control, and not going in a good direction. Slow your thinking and figure out what you feel instead. Forget about the how/who/whys of it all, and just get in touch with your emotions. That way you can figure out what you’re really scared of.
Aug. 23-Sept. 22
It’s time to lay down some serious roots. You are ready to settle into things right now, and all you need is a plan. Get out a pen and pad (if you’re old school) and write a list of all the small parts that need to happen. Then you can partake in the cherished Virgonian pastime of executing your goals with precision.
Sept. 23-Oct. 22
Sometimes we’re not supposed to know the answers, and that lack of assurance can be a breeding ground for anxiety. This week, you may gain intimate knowledge about the concepts of chaos and upheaval. Allow things to pass that are no longer serving you and let the future present itself when it’s good and ready.
Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Don’t throw in the towel or break things. There are plenty of frustrations plaguing you, and you’ll only make things worse if you’re reactive. Things are changing, and the only control you have is over your own damn self. Act with compassion, insight, and patience this week.
Nov. 22-Dec. 21
There is too much going on for you to both process emotionally and keep up your hectic lifestyle. The candle you’re burning at both ends is bound to singe your fingers if you don’t slow down and figure out some sort of strategy. More work and less play may make you a dull boy, but at least it won’t give you a meltdown.
Dec. 22-Jan. 19
If anyone likes a challenge, its you, Cappy mon Capitan. The stars suggest a duel between your heart of hearts and your large-and-in-charge mind. In one corner, we have your struggle to be happy and enjoy your life, and in the other, we have the demanding voice of reason and everything that’s likely to go wrong. Who’s your money on?
Jan. 20-Feb. 18
If you insist on running yourself ragged, no one can stop you. It’s a free(ish) country. But, seriously, what’s your rush? You need some down time before you make a mess. This week, you will save time if you do it once and do it right.
Feb. 19-March 20
Loss is such a pain in the butt because there are so many stages to grieving. Even if you are mourning the loss of a shitty apartment or an old and hated job, being without something or someone that you once identified with is emotionally consuming work. Find a creative outlet to redirect your energies into helping your changes along. *
Jessica Lanyadoo has been a psychic dreamer for 15 years. Check out her Website at www.lovelanyadoo.com or contact her for an astrology or intuitive reading at (415) 336-8354 or firstname.lastname@example.org.