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Free Will Astrology
horoscopes for week of February 20, 2003
Aries (March 21-April 19)
Before he died in late 2001, ex-Beatle George Harrison recorded the album "Brainwashed." Reviewers at People magazine found it exceptional. "Rollicking, jaunty and wry," they wrote, "Harrison looked death in the eye and took out his ukulele." I provide this image to inspire you in the coming week, Aries. While you won't have to deal with an adversary anywhere near as daunting as the Grim Reaper, you will have to face down a pest of some sort. The best recipe for victory is to assume an attitude that is rollicking, jaunty, and wry. When you look the skunk or jerk in the eye, pull out a kazoo.
Want to explore the coming week even further, Aries? Dig deeper? Feel stronger? Consider tuning in to your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6.
Taurus (April 20-May 20)
Mojo means magic power or uncanny charisma. It can also refer to a fertility spell or sexual magnetism. Cat Yronwode, scholar of indigenous African-American religions, believes that while "mojo" may be a corruption of the word "magic," it's more likely derived from the West African word "mojuba," which refers to a prayer of praise and homage. In voodoo, a mojo bag is a cloth pouch filled with supernatural charms. "Mojo" is also invoked to mean the unpredictable benevolence of a mysterious force beyond our comprehension or the skill of a person who has stolen a boon from the gods. I hope these definitions will help you make the most of the fact that your relationship with mojo is now ripening nicely, Taurus.
What greater adventure is there than exploring the enigmas of your unique destiny, Taurus? For more hints about the week ahead, listen to your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6.
Gemini (May 21-June 20)
Pollsters asked a thousand kids aged 3-6 which they liked better, daddy or TV. Fifty-three percent asserted that they preferred TV. But even if your own inner child might be inclined to vote with the majority on this question, Gemini, I beg you to go in the other direction in the coming weeks. Why? Because you could really use the inspiration of a father figure: a benevolent older male who can inspire you to activate your latent reserves of ferocious willpower and wild confidence.
No one knows you better than you do, Gemini. 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.
Cancer (June 21-July 22)
Yesterday I was busy reorganizing my room. While moving some things to make room for my laptop on a shelf, I temporarily placed it on the floor. "Please take note, Rob," I said pointedly to myself as I resumed puttering, "that the computer is now on the floor. Do not step on the computer. Did you hear me? Do not step on the computer." A minute later I got distracted by a phone call and ambled off to another part of the house. When I returned, I was lost in thought. As you might guess, my right shoe soon landed directly on the laptop. The damage cost me $125 to repair. The moral of the story, as far as it concerns your imminent future, Cancerian: Don't put the laptop on the floor in the first place.
How much do you want to know about your destiny in the coming week, Cancerian? 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.
Leo (July 23-August 22)
In the premise of the TV reality show, "Joe Millionaire," twenty women vied for the heart of a suave young rich dude, not knowing he was actually an average construction worker in disguise. The aspiring consorts were asked what they would do if chosen to help the guy spend his $50 million. One said, "I'd travel to a poor Third World country and bathe the suffering children." While that sentiment might be a little extreme for you to adopt, Leo, I urge you to envision your own version of altruistic generosity. How would you help others if you got a windfall? Believe it or not, carrying out this imaginative exercise will enhance your ability to attract more money into your life. And it's the perfect astrological moment to do just that.
Hungry for more inspiration, Leo? 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.
Virgo (August 23-September 22)
Many of us indulge frequently in the fantasy that our lives would be wonderful if only they were different from what they are. Here's a corollary to the curse: No matter what the current state of our relationship to love may be, we always imagine that it should be better. If we don't have a romantic partner, we think we should have one. If we do have a romantic partner, we wish he or she would change, or we wonder what it would be like to be with another partner. That's the bad news, Virgo. Here's the good news: In the coming days, I predict you will find a way to feel perfectly at peace with the way your love life actually is.
Your destiny is a gorgeous mystery, Virgo. 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.
Libra (September 23-October 22)
The coming weeks will test your ability to think with your heart and feel with your mind. You will have to be acutely vigilant even as you stay sweetly relaxed. Your luck will grow to the degree that you open your doors of perception wider and close down the vulnerabilities that make it easy for mean people to hurt you. Fortunately, Libra, the cosmos will be conspiring to help you achieve a growing expertise in these exact capacities. I predict that by March 20 you will have earned the right to be called a master of contradictions.
Life will bring you entertaining revelations in the coming week, Libra. To explore even deeper, dive into your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6.
Scorpio (October 23-November 21)
You know what you remind me of lately, Scorpio? You're like gourmet sea salt that has been hand-harvested on a warm, breezy afternoon in late summer from a pristine marsh in Brittany. You are, in other words, raw and elegant; you're primal and pure; you're a basic necessity but exquisitely unique. I trust that you will share your funky sublimity only with those who treat you as both a valuable spice and an essential condiment.
Want to hear more about the hidden factors influencing your life in the coming week, Scorpio? Listen to your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6.
Sagittarius (November 22-December 21)
Astronomers rely on telescopes to gather the observations that serve as their raw material. Not all their time is spent gazing up at the heavens, however. They have plenty of opportunities to work on "cloudy night problems," interpreting and massaging their data when the skies are overcast. I'd like to suggest that you're in an analogous phase, Sagittarius. At least for the moment, you can't glean any more crucial clues from peering outward into the glittering sprawl around you. Everything you need to know is contained within the observations you have already made and the information you've already registered.
Want more clues, Sagittarius? Need further insight? I discuss your coming week in greater depth in your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6.
Capricorn (December 22-January 19)
How many times have you wondered what your life would be like if your imagination hadn't been squelched by the educational system? What great happiness and marvelous feats might you have already claimed if your natural love of learning hadn't been crushed by bad teachers and inept pedagogy? It's the right astrological time to launch a quest to undo the damage, Capricorn. Imagine I've just handed you an undiploma: your official release from the oppression of your formal education; the beginning of your healing from the wounds perpetrated on you by your early schooling.
Where do you want to go in the coming week, Capricorn? Who do you want to be? For more clues, tune in to your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6.
Aquarius (January 20- February 18)
If you were out walking and spied a penny on the sidewalk, would you stoop down to scoop it up? Probably not. How about a higher denomination coin? Or is it your policy to never compromise your dignity for anything less than a dollar? If so, Aquarius, I encourage you to suspend your usual rule in the next two weeks. Metaphorically speaking, bending down to snatch a penny will set in motion a series of events that will lead to you finding a hundred-dollar bill. In other words, it's only by taking advantage of tiny unexpected rewards that you'll put yourself in a position to harvest the bigger kind.
Need a few more whacks applied to your mental blocks in the coming week, Aquarius? A few more caresses administered to your growing edge? Cruise on over to your Expanded Audio Horoscope. The reading costs $6.
Pisces (February 19-March 20)
"Three times my life has opened," begins Jane Hirshfield's poem by the same name. "Once, into darkness and rain. Once, into what the body carries at all times within it and starts to remember each time it enters the act of love. Once, to the fire that holds all." Now that you've had your imagination piqued by Hirshfield's testimony, Pisces, I'd like you to survey your memories and identify the magic moments when your own life opened. Jot down a few notes about them, please. That should prime you to recognize and be ready for the next big window of opportunity, which will arrive any day now.
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.
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