Full Moon Magic
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). It seems that the stability model doesn't offer all that much stability after all. It's time to spend more time with the visionaries -- the creative people who are more excited by what could be than by what has been.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). In poems and in parties, a great entry point is when things have already happened. Actually, this is true of relationships as well. You'll get the sense that you're hopping onto a moving train.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You'll present yourself through a variety of formats. Whether it's a meeting, an online forum, a telephone conversation or another medium, it's the listening you do that will make the best impression.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (March 1). You know more than you let on. The silent power in that will be a key to your breakthrough this month. A lucky paycheck is involved, too. Family ties bring about strange and story-worthy events. There's a contest of sorts this summer and entering will make you a winner in more ways than one. Sagittarius and Libra adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 9, 3, 33, 38 and 14.
COSMICALLY CURIOUS ABOUT... SELF-PARENTING (PART NINE): The road to maturity involves becoming an increasingly adept parent to oneself. Whereas some signs can think of themselves as a vessel in which many personalities, ages and possibilities exist, for SCORPIO it's more cut and dried than that. Scorpio isn't totally comfortable swinging from a childlike mindset to that of an authority figure, preferring to embody one role at a time and be fully that. As the sign of life and death, Scorpio likes to move through an age and then let that one die when the year is over to be born into the new age.
Therefore, the key to mentoring oneself is really in checking in with others -- claiming actual mentors who will advise and help and hold Scorpio accountable. Scorpios of every age thrive with a mentor, and it doesn't have to be a person who is older than Scorpio, either. The mentor's role is to keep Scorpio on track with goals, offer an outsider's view, point out the pitfalls and provide resources to assist Scorpio in avoiding them. In short, self-parenting is a matter of choosing surrogate "parents." Scorpios do best when they actively seek the assistance of people with more experience and follow their advice.
CELEBRITY PROFILES: Justin Bieber goes into his 24th solar return with over a hundred million records sold and 14 Guinness World Record titles, and yet, from an astrological point of view, it is very possible that the Pisces has yet to hit his stride as an artist. With his sun, Venus and Saturn in the sign of souls, the measure of Bieber's true artistry will not be in discs or dollars but in spiritual resonance.
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