Horoscope - August 2013

Let Go and Look Forward



Jupiter in Cancer portends positive changes in the food and real estate industries. Home values will stabilize, accompanied by a mild building boom. It’s a great time to rehab properties and repurpose unused space. The nation will rise over GMOs and to loosen the grip of major chemical companies in agriculture. It would be great to eat a peach that didn’t look like all the others, and that had some taste. For personal services, email me at sherrylnova@aim.com

LEO  (July 23-Aug. 22)
Self-absorption is vital. Grasp your individual value to justify involvement in a dubious project. If you are compensated, enjoy the thrill ride that is risk. If you are expected to, but cannot, share the level of faith of others, gracefully admit it and withdraw.

VIRGO  (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
Your hunches are most effective when networking. You can connect two parties who will benefit from the association. You are only two contacts away from the achievement of a goal. You have a full and generous pantry, but are also in dire need of a recipe. Friends and organizations have answers. Stay involved, share contacts, and it will return tenfold.

LIBRA  (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
Creativity is key to nurturing a goal. Your time and effort to help someone will be rewarded. Exude patient surety, as an endeavor needs your seal of approval to succeed. A behind-the-scenes relationship is more effective in the shadows. Go into the world alone, and give all a chance to approach. Growth is rapid.

SCORPIO  (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
Attend the event, work the room, renew and regenerate connections. The most important contacts are private. Center stage is for development and maintenance of associations. Emerging opportunities require discretion. The resources of others are available to you. Put aside your pride and ask. When stressed, cook. The kitchen is magic.

SAGITTARIUS  (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
A great achievement is heavy in your subconscious; you are pregnant with purpose. Share these stirrings with significant others; they have much to add. Alone, you spin wheels. Low-key meetings with those who ignite you will blossom into firm strategies for the fall. Be brave to destroy a situation to build a new one.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
Those who provide services vie for your attention and inflate their significance. Do not elevate one of these to partnership status. You need an accounting of both parties’ contributions to form an alliance. Where you have accepted responsibility for leadership you will triumph. It’s your thing; own it.

AQUARIUS  (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
Opportunities abound to improve through personal services. Hire a professional to do what drains your energy, and apply the surplus to your objectives. Make inroads in matters of personal health and style. A new approach will break down a stagnant situation. Renew.

PISCES  (Feb. 19-March 20)
Romance is all around you. Babies, puppies, or joyful friends add to your spiritual experience. Open your heart to what lightens it. It’s a period for setting goals and aspiring. Be willing to commit to an unlikable reality. Pure willpower can release you from concern, and the project is suddenly easier.

ARIES  (March 21-April 19)
Feng shui says to put moving water (a small fountain) in the southwest corner of your environment. Put in six coins of the same denomination. Sounds of water stimulate the unconscious toward ideas of flow. Practical observation darkens the possibilities of a dream. Blockages will clear as allies offer support and resources. Gut instinct and mother wit are sharp. Trust your hunches.

TAURUS  (April 20-May 20)
Community involvement pays off when a common objective benefits you personally. Take responsibility for communication to maintain momentum. A short trip or two supplies data that was hidden and a peer group capable of the solution. Siblings, neighbors, or classmates have much to share. Strive to make local connections. Answers are closer to home than usual; local business is fortunate. Take advantage.

GEMINI  (May 21-June 20)
With farmer energy in the money part of your chart, you are called to nurture assets with soil and water. Be diligent, and favor an organic approach. Conscious care of your fiscal empire can yield a superior crop. Delay gratification, and focus on day-to-day details. A shift in values allows for a lighter outlook. You are not ruled by possessions. Lighten up.

CANCER  (June 21-July 22)
You score big in the cleanup efforts behind a huge debacle. Spiritual skills save your last nerve, and you know victory is close — through the chaos. Host an important meeting at home. Success lies behind closed doors. Gather loved ones and eat.
 

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