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Free Will Astrology
horoscopes for week of January 23, 2003

Aries (March 21-April 19)

In one of your past lives you may have been a peasant who worked as a scullery maid at a rural castle and never traveled more than five miles from home your whole life. Or perhaps you were the sickly bastard child of a nun and monk, confined to bed and taught by private tutors in a remote section of the monastery. Scenarios like that would explain why you now have the privilege of being a proud, free, strong-willed, and adventurous Aries. You must have paid your karmic debt last time around! Get ready to really capitalize on the old days in the next few weeks. I believe you're about to harvest a blessing that you earned during your difficult past.

Hungry for more inspiration, Aries? Curious about the unfolding mysteries? For more juicy details about your destiny in the coming week, check out your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6. For the same price, you can also hear my LONG-TERM FORECASTS for ARIES in 2003.

For part 1 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 1 (from 12/17/2002)."
For part 2 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 2 (from 12/24/2002)."
For part 3 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 3 (from 12/31/2002)."

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

In 1997, Jody Williams won the Nobel Peace Prize for her work to persuade more than 100 countries to ban deadly land mines. When she held a press conference at the end of a dirt road near her Vermont farmhouse, she was barefoot and wore jeans and a tank top. It reflected the unassuming nature that had served her so well during years of dogged efforts to change the world. I nominate this ordinary hero to be your role model in the coming weeks, Taurus. According to my reading of the astrological omens, your gradual, matter-of-fact persistence will give you the power to make a fundamental improvement in the way your environment reflects your ideals.

Your destiny is a gorgeous mystery, Taurus. Your soul is awakening more every day. The secrets of life are ripening right in front of your eyes. For more clues, consider checking out your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6. For the same price, you can also hear my LONG-TERM FORECASTS for TAURUS in 2003.

For part 1 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 1 (from 12/17/2002)."
For part 2 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 2 (from 12/24/2002)."
For part 3 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 3 (from 12/31/2002)."

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

Feeling daunted by looming decisions? I'm happy to inform you that you'll discover helpful clues in places where you'd normally never look. In fact, the further outside your usual sphere you go, the more likely you are to find exactly what you need. Here are a few suggestions to whet your imagination: Pore over the journals of American pioneers Lewis and Clark; ask a professional baker to create a loaf of bread from scratch right in front of your eyes; gaze at the planet Jupiter through a powerful telescope; go to a high perch where you can see for miles and miles.

Life will be a gorgeous mystery in the coming week, Gemini. To explore even deeper, dive into your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6. For the same price, you can also hear my LONG-TERM FORECASTS for GEMINI in 2003.

For part 1 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 1 (from 12/17/2002)."
For part 2 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 2 (from 12/24/2002)."
For part 3 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 3 (from 12/31/2002)."

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

The passage below was written by the poet James Tate. As you read it, I'd like you to imagine that it describes an unfinished metaphor for a situation you're actually involved in. Then write a few sentences in which you speculate on what will happen next. Here's the passage. "Mostly we were able to ignore the hairy thing in the corner. It seemed to be leaking some green fluid, but we could walk around that. It gave off an unpleasant odor, a cross between Limburger cheese and a decomposing skunk, but we never mentioned it. We didn't seem to have a plan for getting rid of it. It wasn't really hurting anybody. And then one day I thought I heard it singing. And another day it seemed to say I love you."

Want to hear more about the hidden factors influencing your life in the coming week, Cancerian? Listen to your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6. For the same price, you can also hear my LONG-TERM FORECASTS for CANCERIANS in 2003.

For part 1 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 1 (from 12/17/2002)."
For part 2 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 2 (from 12/24/2002)."
For part 3 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 3 (from 12/31/2002)."

Leo (July 23-August 22)

Below are a few events that the cosmos is conspiring to put on your schedule in the coming weeks. You could postpone them until later in the year, but I believe you'll have best results if you surrender to their necessity in the near future. 1. Open your heart as far as it'll go without ripping it apart. 2. Dive into a whirlpool of emotions without being pulled to the bottom or swept away. 3. Deepen and intensify a juicy relationship with a worthy ally, but without distorting your relationship with yourself. 4. Get smarter about love than you ever dreamed it was possible to be.

Want more clues, Leo? Need further insight? I discuss your coming week in greater depth in your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6. For the same price, you can also hear my LONG-TERM FORECASTS for LEO in 2003.

For part 1 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 1 (from 12/17/2002)."
For part 2 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 2 (from 12/24/2002)."
For part 3 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 3 (from 12/31/2002)."

Virgo (August 23-September 22)

You may be able to elude the cosmic jokes that are brewing in your vicinity. Your intelligence is both crafty and practical these days, and it could very well keep you consistently in the right places at the right times. But in order to grab an extra advantage in your guerrilla battle with the forces of mischief, I suggest you indulge regularly in a good, long primal scream. Go out in the middle of the woods if necessary, or find a sanctuary where no one will call the cops: Just find a way to unleash a soul-cleansing howl that will flush away your festering anxieties. There's no better technique for making yourself unappealing to rascally demons and pests.

Where do you want to go in the coming week, Virgo? Who do you want to be? For more clues, tune in to your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6. For the same price, you can also hear my LONG-TERM FORECASTS for VIRGO in 2003.

For part 1 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 1 (from 12/17/2002)."
For part 2 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 2 (from 12/24/2002)."
For part 3 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 3 (from 12/31/2002)."

Libra (September 23-October 22)

"After several hours of careful rumination and a difficult weighing of the possibilities," said a character on the TV show "Frasier," "I have decided to be playful today." This is the exact approach I recommend for you in the coming week, Libra. Be disciplined in your preparations for a wild release. Carefully organize the events that will allow you to explode in joyous spontaneity. Think long and hard about how you can bring more fertile, rejuvenating chaos into your life.

Need a few more whacks applied to your mental blocks in the coming week, Libra? A few more caresses administered to your growing edge? Cruise on over to your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6. For the same price, you can also hear my LONG-TERM FORECASTS for LIBRA in 2003.

For part 1 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 1 (from 12/17/2002)."
For part 2 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 2 (from 12/24/2002)."
For part 3 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 3 (from 12/31/2002)."

Scorpio (October 23-November 21)

Here's one of my favorite paradoxes. All of us are eminently fallible nobodies. We're crammed with delusions and base emotions. We give ourselves more slack than we ever give anyone else, and we're brilliant at justifying our irrational biases with seemingly logical explanations. And yet it's equally true that every one of us is a glorious creation unlike any other in the history of the world. We're all stars with inexhaustible potential, gods and goddesses in the making. This week, Scorpio, I suspect you will vividly embody this paradox, as you range from the ignominious depths to the breathtaking heights.

Want to explore the coming week even further, Scorpio? Dig deeper? Push harder? Consider tuning in to your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6. For the same price, you can also hear my LONG-TERM FORECASTS for SCORPIO in 2003.

For part 1 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 1 (from 12/17/2002)."
For part 2 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 2 (from 12/24/2002)."
For part 3 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 3 (from 12/31/2002)."

Sagittarius (November 22-December 21)

To celebrate his birthday last month, seven-year-old Sagittarian Michael Wong-Sasso invited 40 kids to a party at his favorite spot: the Sunshine Canyon Landfill near Los Angeles. "I like putting trash where it belongs," he told a reporter. "I like making the world cleaner. Recycling is good for all the people in the world." I hope that you Archers are infected with a similar passion in the coming week. Judging from the cosmic omens, I'd say this is an excellent time for you to get really excited about throwing away stuff you no longer need. Staging a bash at your local garbage dump may be a bit much, but how about getting together with your Sagittarian friends and sympathizers for a Purge the Junk Party?

What greater adventure is there than exploring the enigmas of your unique destiny, Sagittarius? For more hints about the week ahead, listen to your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6. For the same price, you can also hear my LONG-TERM FORECASTS for SAGITTARIUS in 2003.

For part 1 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 1 (from 12/17/2002)."
For part 2 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 2 (from 12/24/2002)."
For part 3 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 3 (from 12/31/2002)."

Capricorn (December 22-January 19)

I predict that you'll be able to squeeze blood out of a turnip this week. You'll derive dramatic lessons from seemingly ordinary events. You'll get more done in less time and draw more delight than usual from familiar pleasures. Sleep will be deeper and your dreamers richer, and therefore you may be able to go to bed later and wake up earlier. Your body will extract more nutrients from the food you eat, and you'll be able to suck secrets from even the most impenetrable mysteries.

No one knows you better than you do, Capricorn. But maybe you'll be inspired to dig up even more self-knowledge in the coming week if you tune in to your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6. For the same price, you can also hear my LONG-TERM FORECASTS for CAPRICORN in 2003.

For part 1 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 1 (from 12/17/2002)."
For part 2 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 2 (from 12/24/2002)."
For part 3 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 3 (from 12/31/2002)."

Aquarius (January 20- February 18)

Your birthday season begins now, Aquarius. It doesn't matter whether the official date is today or in 25 days: You have astrological permission and poetic license to launch the celebration immediately and not finish up until February 18. May I suggest a few gifts you might give yourself in the course of this glorious personal festival? To start off, present yourself with something luxurious, sensual, and elegant. Two days later, treat yourself to something bold, brash, and bright. Next, how about a legal high? And after that, maybe a secret weapon, followed by a magical tool, and then a map to buried treasure. Before you're done almost four weeks from now, I hope you will have blessed yourself with at least seven exciting surprises.

How much do you want to know about your destiny in the coming week, Aquarius? How far do you dare to go? For more insight into your shimmering, undulating fate, tune in to your Expanded Audio Horoscope for the coming week. The reading costs $6. For the same price, you can also hear my LONG-TERM FORECASTS for AQUARIUS in 2003.

For part 1 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 1 (from 12/17/2002)."
For part 2 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 2 (from 12/24/2002)."
For part 3 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 3 (from 12/31/2002)."

Pisces (February 19-March 20)

Good news for all you hard-driving stress-managers who think you're wasting time if you're not doing two tasks at once: In the next few weeks, you'll be working hard even while you're fast asleep. Due to an unprecedented confluence of your unconscious and conscious minds, your dreams will produce a number of lucid revelations about your knottiest dilemmas. So please have a pen and notebook by your bed to scrawl down fleeting gems. And clear your schedule each morning so you can devote at least a half an hour to problem-solving while your nighttime insights are still fresh. Even if you don't actually remember your dreams, their rich after-images will be with you subliminally, giving your analytical mind a boost.

Got enough clues to chew on for a while, Pisces? If you need more, give yourself the luxury of your Expanded Audio Horoscope for the coming week. The reading costs $6. For the same price, you can also hear my LONG-TERM FORECASTS for PISCES in 2003.

For part 1 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 1 (from 12/17/2002)."
For part 2 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 2 (from 12/24/2002)."
For part 3 of my report on your destiny in 2003, click on "Part 3 (from 12/31/2002)."

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