March 2013 Horoscope

Follow Your Rising Sign



Pisces (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20)

Do you know the time you were born? Unless it was between 5:30 and 7:30 a.m., the sign that best describes you is your rising sign, not your sun sign. If you read your horoscope according to your rising sign, and secondarily your sun sign, you will be amazed by the accuracy. For personal services, e-mail me at sherrylnova@aim.com.  

Pisces  (Feb. 19-March 20)
Spend time with someone who seldom craves the limelight. Quality time with a special minister makes you aware of a gift you must give. Heal the healers and you will reap benefits. There are moments when your strength supports someone usually stronger. The I Ching states, “When in deep water, become a diver.” Supply serenity.

Aries  (March 21-April 19)
Your subconscious is in turbo drive. Dreams, reveries, forebodings, hunches, omens, portents, and signs litter your semi-wakefulness. Extra calming will help to balance energy and avoid cuts, fender benders, and flu. Quiet your mind. Limit external contacts and drop out often. The silence has something to say — listen.

Taurus  (April 20-May 20)
Anger can be a motivator. Be righteous in your determination to make a better way. Let go of revenge. You bestow the ultimate back-at-ya when you live well and experience happiness. That resolution to go within more often should be evident in renewed mental skills. Be decisive.

Gemini  (May 21-June 20)
A quandary in the marketplace will force you to choose. A divided road is a crisis, but far from disaster. A spectacular win can arise from either route. Those whose calm surety comforts you can help reveal clues if you listen. A pop-psychology point resonates, and you can build mental muscle when applying it. Seek knowledge.

Cancer  (June 21-July 22)
Crabs are judgmental and usually right, but careless words are especially irritating now. It’s hard to suffer fools, let alone gladly. Zen is as simple as tuning out. It’s simple, but not easy. Judge what is worthy of your time and attention. Write to order thoughts and unclutter the brain. Sudden opportunities will require focus. Be ready.

Leo  (July 23-Aug. 22)
Amid emotional excess, it’s easy to get caught up in the drama. Read a book or see a film rather than become involved in others’ sturm and drang. Siblings, neighbors, and community are demanding. Consider the extent of your responsibility and stay behind that line.

Virgo  (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
You have all the ingredients, but you wonder who will help to assemble them. You impatiently await the sign of mentors and significant others. Have confidence. Know you can carry out the task, and remember that the rewards are for you alone. It will complete a cycle of karma. Finish it yourself.

Libra  (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
False starts and wild promises have aborted some once-promising alliances. A concept where financial gain is the only result must be reworked. You will require more passion and creativity to stay interested. Promises you can’t or won’t keep are dangerous now.

Scorpio  (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
A goal floats in a purgatory of indecision, and the commitment seems overwhelming. Lighten your load with a simple (not easy) change in attitude. See it as a game, as entertainment. Others will be intrigued and request involvement. Transfer ownership to the universe; you will find the strength to begin.

Sagittarius  (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
You have minimalized the importance of several key alliances. You can support their goals and passion, but who will do the same for you? Two individuals fulfill your mental and emotional needs, and if you are clear, all will be simpatico. Caring is futile. Eliminate it from the equation, and in comes common sense. A silent Santa deserves remuneration. Give.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
Take a short trip or two with a scout’s attitude. Gather data and scope out new territory. Change of space opens you to solutions, and you return refreshed and renewed. A new M.O. helps you work smarter, not harder, providing valuable time for self interests. Be positive with texts and messages. Be happy.

Aquarius  (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
Financial matters are ambiguous and progress lugubrious. Data input is strong and conclusions are weak, as they change with time. You will make it through, and it will be painless with a spiritual vibe. Forget your concerns and help others. Immerse yourself in their situation, and provide support. Time will fly, and when you look up, your answer will appear.

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