Georgia Nicols horoscope: March 2014

The March sun shines on you

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Your year is coming to an end. It’s time to plan for your new year. Naturally, it will be different from last year because some planets are in different parts of your chart. Mars is opposite your sign until August creating tension with partners and close friends. The way to handle this is to be patient and tolerant with others. Jupiter will attract real-estate opportunities and improved conditions with home and family. Use this month to think about what you really want for your coming year.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

You’re popular and focused on groups and clubs. Examine the role friendships play in your life. Now is the time to work with others because cooperation with others will benefit you. You can also use this time to establish who you are in your friendships. You will be more aware of your future goals and how to make your hopes and dreams a reality. Why not combine your increased popularity with your thoughts about goals by sharing your ideas with others to get their feedback?

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

This is the only time all year when the Sun is at the top of your chart making others notice you more than usual. Because this light is flattering, they see you in positive terms, and will ask you to take on increased responsibilities. If so, say yes because you won’t have to do anything special to succeed. Examine your life to see if you are going in the direction you want. Where do you want to be in five years? What do you have to start to do this year to achieve your five-year plan?

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

You want a change of scenery! You want to expand your world through study or experiencing new and unfamiliar experiences. Travel is a good choice. However, you might take up a new hobby or sign up for a course – it could be anything. What is important is to break free from your everyday routine. This will satisfy your urge to be Agent 007. Some of you will be involved with the law or negotiate deals in publishing, the media, medicine and higher education. You want more!

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

This month you will probe deeper feelings, emotions and passions. You might think about sex a lot; you might also be sexually aroused. All your feelings will be more intense. On a mundane note, you will have more to do with debt, taxes, shared property, inheritances, insurance matters and anything that is jointly held, especially credit. You might also attract someone who is strong and powerful; someone who provokes further self inquiry or forces changes in your life.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

This is the only time all year when the Sun is as far away from you as it gets all year. Since the Sun is your source of energy, you will need more sleep. However, this also means you can learn more about yourself through partnerships and close friendships. Examine relationships to discover what needs they fill or do not fill. For your own good, you must be as good for your partner as she or he is for you. Work with others. Consult experts. Figure out why you want others in your life – or not. According to Stendhal, “One can acquire everything in solitude but character.”

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

Now that the holiday fuss is settled, you want to be organized!  Make a to-do list and do what you can to get better organized – repairs, file papers, put things in order, even paint, clean and redecorate. Later, you’ll have a warm feeling in your tummy. Not only do you want to achieve better physical efficiency, you want to achieve better health as well. Therefore, many of you will establish new exercise regimes and scrutinize your diet. Then after you reign supreme once again – you can party and socialize!

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

It’s party month for Scorpios! Accept invitations to schmooze. Enjoy sports events, plays, the theatre, movies, art openings, long lunches, entertaining dinners and playful times with children. If you work in a creative field, you will be  productive. This is a wonderful time for a vacation, especially because you’re keen to travel and expand your horizons. All your relationships will be more lighthearted and fun loving because you feel free-spirited and will seek out relationships that allow you to do this.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

This month your attention turns to home and family. You might be involved with a parent. You’ll want to cocoon at home and relax among the familiar surroundings. Even though you love to travel, it comforts you to know that you have a home base – someplace where worldly contacts can send cards, letters and invitations. Thoughts about your youth and early family members will bubble to the surface of your mind. It’s time to get together and trade lies about the bad old days.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

Short trips, errands, discussions with everyone, more time with siblings and relatives plus increased reading and writing will create a jam-packed schedule this month. You’ve got things to do, people to see and places to go! This is an excellent time to shop for wardrobe goodies because you like what you see in the mirror. You feel charming, diplomatic and especially sociable.  Because of all this to-ing and fro-ing, you will have a fun opportunity to observe your style of daily communications with others.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

Money, cash flow, finances and possessions will be your focus now. You want to establish a greater control in your life through what you value and own. This is why some of you will make major purchases or shop for something that gives you a sense of power. However, it’s also why at a psychological level, you will reflect upon your values and what it is that you think really matters in life. You will also scrutinize what you own and ask yourself if it serves any purpose. Do your belongings make your life easier? Do you own your stuff or does it own you?

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

The Sun is in your sign, recharging your batteries for the rest of the year. The Sun in your sign attracts important people and favourable circumstances. Furthermore, it means that you can more easily project yourself out into the world. Obviously, this is a great time to make an impression on others. Plus you have a strong need to express yourself and you should do so. This month, your first duty is to yourself; and if you don’t fulfill that, you will be of little use to anyone.

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