Georgia Nicols horoscopes: August 2014

Georgia Nicols gives us a look at what our horoscopes are this month

Aries (March 21-April 19)

While it’s true that everyone will have a shift of good fortune because Jupiter has changed signs, some will be luckier than others. And you are one of them! For the next year, expect a boost with love affairs, romance, vacations, fun, pleasure, the arts, children, the entertainment world and the hospitality industry. (Wow!) Your relationship with kids will improve. Your creative potential will vibrate. New romance might blossom. Start planning that vacation!

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

In the year ahead, you will have greater inner peace and security at home, in your personal life and with your family. This will be the perfect time to purchase real estate or invest in your home by redecorating or renovating. Family relationships will be warmer, richer and happier. People will be more generous to each other. You will enjoy making your home and family more secure because now is the time to put down roots. This will please you because these are all things you truly value.

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

For the first time since 2002-2003, Jupiter will travel through the part of your chart that is your “home.” This will make you optimistic and happy in the coming year because your daily life will expand with possibilities of joy and fun! Relations with siblings, neighbours and relatives will improve. Your plans for the future will be larger. You will realize that many of the limitations you thought were imposed from outside are actually self-imposed. An increased sense of self-confidence will help you feel and think like a winner!

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

“Show me the money!” Moneybags Jupiter now enters your House of Money and Earnings, to stay for a year. (This will happen later for those of you born late in your sign, but regardless of when it happens, you will get a year’s run of this happy influence.) This means you will boost your earnings! You will gain wealth by buying possessions or receiving them as gifts. Basically, whatever you most value will manifest in your world. This is the key. Not everyone hopes for money.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

For the first time since 2003, lucky Jupiter is back in your sign to stay for a year. This means people and favourable resources will be drawn to you like magic. Your luck and good fortune will improve. Relationships with others will open up new avenues. Even the spiritual dimension of your life will deepen. Meanwhile, this signifies the beginning of a major 12-year cycle of growth. This is your chance to get to know what you can do!

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

In the next year, Jupiter will travel through your 12th house, which is “hidden.” This means your benefits will be subtle. Your spirituality and awareness will expand and deepen. You will look more compassionately at the world around you and feel greater empathy for those who suffer. You might encounter a powerful teacher or perhaps, you will play this role for someone else. Metaphysics and the occult will appeal, possibly even involvement in the church. You will feel more content.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

You will love your year ahead because your popularity gets a big boost! Expect increased opportunities to enjoy friends and activities in clubs and professional associations. Your interaction with others will benefit you. Friends will be supportive and will give you help, advice and good ideas. Just remember that whatever you put out will come back to you even more so. So reach out to others and help them. Capisce?

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

Life is looking up for Scorpios because in the year ahead you will have opportunities to boost your profession and career. This will be a time of “getting ahead.” Some will put your name up in lights. Many will get a promotion at work or increased public recognition. Expect to be successful at what you do. Some will change their line of work to medicine, healing, the law, higher education and travel. (If this is the case, they will not necessarily get a promotion.) Gentlemen, start your engines!

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

Expect opportunities for extensive travel and chances to learn and teach. Philosophy and metaphysics will appeal. Some will be involved in human potential movements and consciousness-raising groups. Writers will be glad to know it’s a great time for publishing and working in the media. Interaction with foreign countries will increase, perhaps romantically. This means you will be out there doing your thing!

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

In the coming year, you will benefit from the wealth and resources of others. You might get an inheritance, money from the government or wealth through others. The coming year is a great time to get a loan or mortgage. You might have the use of things that others own. And this can be a time of deep healing. Whatever sweeping changes occur in your life will be for the best. Some will seek out religious and spiritual regeneration.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

For the first time since 2002-03, lucky Jupiter will be opposite your sign, which means all your one-to-one encounters and close partnerships will improve. Marriage, committed partnerships and professional partnerships will benefit you and enhance your life in many ways. Expect to be more involved with people from foreign countries and other cultures. If you marry your partner in the next year, this person will be older, richer and worldlier. (For some, marriage is not a word, it’s a sentence.)

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

Your health and work will improve in the coming year. If you don’t like your job, you can get a different and better job. If you like your job but you have a terrible boss, somehow this boss will disappear or be transferred. Poof! You can get better duties or better working conditions and surroundings. The next year is the time to go after what you want in terms of a job because Jupiter will help you find something fulfilling and enjoyable, the kind of work that gives you a sense of purpose and structure in your life. Your health will improve with increased physical strength and vitality.

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