Horoscope - March 2009

New Generation Takes The Lead



Institutions that are so last century are crumbling. We are in a period of rapid change, much like the years 1961-1968. It will be up to the Aquarian agers (born in the ’60s) to lead us back to parity, as so long ago baby boomers led us to progress. And be nice to boomers. They’re well-meaning parents and grandparents who deserve respect for their contributions. For a personal reading, e-mail me at sherrylnova@aim.com.

Pisces  (Feb. 19-March 20)

In a time of uncertainty, dreams are more viable. Though all around have lost their heads, you are in a self-contained fog of personal aspiration. Be serene. Soon the naysayers and fearmongers will tire and the waters will part. Maintain the fish consciousness, “whatever,” and know that what is yours will come to you. Gently lead.

Aries  (March 21-April 19)
Recently, alliances have heated up and there is much to be accomplished. Be aware that your fabulous insights have arrived early and that others must come to the light in their own way, on their own path. Be patient and halt further progress thru mid-april. Withholding refocuses the troops. Exhale.

Taurus  (april 20-May 20)
The next 60 days support your tendency to deliberate. Big ideas are discussed and maybe even promises made. Reconsider goals and halt further progress until immediate needs are manifested. A lull in the activity gives you a strong new perspective. Schedule a short but intense getaway for regeneration and contemplation.

Gemini  (May 21-June 20)
Time to separate friends from associates. Both are vital to the organization, but very different. Friends are constant; associates serve a particular time and place. Both contribute to the progress of a cause and strengthen the network that becomes a vehicle. Behind-the-scenes meetings uncover truths that will release you. Fear not.

Cancer  (June 21-July 22)
Partners share resources and special privileges. Your aims are carried at super speed due to a network of individuals who have developed an appreciation for your goals. You will bless technology daily. What a wonderful world of the airwaves, there to speed your missives to the masses. Catalyst skills pay off in a big way.

Leo  (July 23-Aug. 22)
In this period of excessive experience, protect your body and psyche with frequent dropouts. Partnerships are affected by some crazy shape-shifter virus, where nothing is real but anything is possible. Venus retrograde demands re-evaluation of close pals — and space in your togetherness — for better perspective. Remain gracious.

Virgo  (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
When your sensibilities are offended by those you thought you knew, step back, take a deep breath, and begin to search for the truth. While you hesitated, some forged ahead, and that’s ok, because there is another path for you. Neither lead nor follow, but analyze now. Early summer brings far more stability. Just collect data for later.

Libra  (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
A stormy cycle for alliances; others seem to be rushing without considering, and that’s disconcerting. Allow large spaces into relationships to get a better perspective. A lot of the preposterous, unrealistic schemes will deflate. Put out fires, soothe insulted feelings, and act as chief of protocol for a brilliant-but-flawed leader. Restore balance.

Scorpio  (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
Though domestic conditions may be less than ideal, close to home is a power base that increases steadily. Change the world from a chair in the garden; make the internet connection cozy. Real estate dreams are especially meaningful, and there is a light at the end of a frustrating domestic tunnel. Be thankful, consciously, every day.

Sagittarius  (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
Get in the car. Short trips are necessary and fun. A friendly network brings you a new best friend every hour. Your contacts list explodes; don’t go so fast that you miss vital information. Proper filing will pay off; disorganization runs the risk of loss. Keep everybody informed. Your finger in all the pies is productive and encourages performance.

Capricorn  (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
Your irritation with those close belies the fact that you are nursing anger over neglected projects. Be like that nursery tale hen who baked the bread with no help from the lazy loafers. Ignore all as you develop a boot-camp routine to conquer old grievances. This is all about you, and summer will be glorious when this is all accomplished.

Aquarius  (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
Your Jupiter year is already dizzying with activity. Choose quantity over quality now, as you have to get all the information. Ignore the high dramas; they don’t contribute to progress. Old alliances fade and new potential rises. Be interested but make no promises; follow-through is elusive. Be understanding. Trust the future.

 

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