HOROSCOPES – Georgia Nichols

A lovely month awaits you

Aries (March 21-April 19)

You want to escape to somewhere exciting this month. Perhaps, a sunny clime. In fact, many of you will strike up a new romance with someone in another country or from a different culture. You are still giving lots of thought to shared property, taxes, debt, loans, mortgages and anything you own jointly with others; but in the next month, travel and any opportunity to expand your world through adventure and a chance to learn something new will be your top priority.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

You are deliciously tactile and sensuous. And even though the energy this month moves into the lighter, fiery exploring quality of Sagittarius – for you, things will become surprisingly intense! This is because both the Sun and the New Moon will be sitting in the part of your chart that rules sex. To put a finer point on it, your passion will include things beyond sex. (Five, sex, seven.) Inheritances, loans and shared property will be important. You might also experience a psychological self inquiry that could change your life.

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

For the next month, the Sun will be opposite your sign; and this is the only time all year this occurs. Since this means it will be as far away from you as it gets all year, and the Sun is your source of energy, you will need more sleep. This opposition will also trigger a strong focus on intimate one-to-one encounters with others. You will study friendships and partnerships to see how well they serve your needs. Don’t take them for granted because life is too short to shortchange yourself.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

This month you want to get organized. Ideally, you want your belongings nicely in order, which could be challenging for Cancers because you have so much stuff! Focus on refining your techniques, procedures and methods of storage so that you can discover the best way of doing things. While you’re on this drive for efficiency, you will also want to improve your health. And why not? Fortunately, the older you get, the better you realize you were.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

The month ahead is a fun, promising time! You will want to socialize, see the arts, go to plays, movies, sports events, parties and enjoy a vacation. Since this is one of the most romantic months of the year for you, do something that makes you feel sexy and alive! New clothes will make you look sharp and get compliments. When you are admired – you blossom and beam! Enjoy creative activities, love affairs and entertaining diversions. This month there is no need to pretend to be what you are not.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

Your focus shifts to home and family this month. You want to fix up your digs. One of the reasons is you want to entertain at home. (There is nothing like ‘company coming’ to clean up the place!) Some of you will also explore real-estate-opportunities and perhaps discuss them with a parent. You are still in a playful mood and eager to talk to everyone. Short trips are likely. Midst all this, try to steal some quiet time just for you to zone out. Sit cross-legged and hum ‘Ohm on the Range.’

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

The pace of your days will accelerate this month with short trips, errands, conversations with others, appointments plus increased reading and writing. One lovely thing you will experience is it will be easier to tell others how much you care for them. In fact, you will be surprised to discover how much love there is in your everyday world. Not only that, if you look around, you will also appreciate the beauty of your everyday surroundings. Lucky you! Appreciation is the best daily meditation.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

Money, earnings and cash flow have your attention this month. ‘Bring it on!’ It’s time to examine your relationship to your possessions, resources and income. How well do you handle your money? How well do you care for what you own? Does what you own serve your needs? Sometimes what we own is a burden. Sometimes what we own owns us! Scrutinize your surroundings and figure out how you can make everything work for you. You will likely earn more money and buy pretty things for yourself and others.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

A lovely month awaits you because the Sun, Venus and the New Moon are all taking place in your sign. This puts you front and centre in a dazzling way. Others will notice you more; and with fair Venus in your sign, this is an excellent time to shop for wardrobe goodies. You will charm everyone and easily attract people and favourable situations to you. Continue to make travel plans because travel is on the books for you now and in the coming year.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

Your birthday is a month away, which means your personal year is coming to an end. That’s why this month is the perfect time to make plans about what you want your new year to be all about. Define some objectives and goals that you want to pursue next year and give yourself deadlines. (That is critical. Deadlines are the litmus test.) Write these goals down. You will be amazed at how much you achieve by narrowing your focus and clearly defining what you want.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

Expect increased popularity schmoozing with friends plus your involvement with groups, clubs and organizations. Your interactions with others will not only be pleasant and fun, they will actually benefit you. Therefore, reach out to others. Offer to help others. This is also a great time to get feedback from others about your dreams for the future. Friendships will be cozy. A friend could become a lover. (The next nine months are an excellent time to marry for Aquarius.) Just remember – sometimes marriage is not a word, it’s a sentence.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

Oh boy! This month the Sun moves to the top of your chart, which means you will be high viz.! People will notice you, especially bosses, parents, teachers, VIPs and the police. Basically this is a good thing because this spotlight is flattering, which means people think highly of you and will ask you to take on increased responsibilities. Just say yes and you will dazzle everyone without having to do anything special. A romance with a boss or someone older, richer or worldlier will begin for some. (A rich partner is a great labour-saving device.)




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