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ARIES

March 21 - April 20 Your long­ing for emo­tional har­mony prompts you to con­sider some­one else’s feel­ings prior to your own. But the stub­born Tau­rus Full Moon il­lu­mi­nates your 2nd House of Val­ues, mak­ing it next to im­pos­si­ble to deny your core be­liefs for the sake of tran­quil­ity. En­hance the pas­sion.

TAU­RUS

April 21 - May 21 You’re will­ing to go to ex­tremes if you be­lieve your be­hav­ior will lead to sta­bil­ity in a re­la­tion­ship. Prag­matic Tau­rus Full Moon bright­ens your 1st House of Self, giv­ing you a chance to re­flect.Croa­t­ian au­thor Eraldo Banovac wrote, “Telling the truth is less de­mand­ing than telling a lie.”

GEM­INI

May 22 - June 21 You know there are parts of your reg­u­lar rou­tine that no longer serve you well, but you don’t want to lose the pre­cious gains you’ve al­ready made. How­ever, your in­ner tur­moil may not be ob­vi­ous to those who only see your ea­ger­ness to par­tic­i­pate in the fun.

CANCER

June 22 - July 23 Your net­work of fam­ily and friends is your life­line and you know you can rely on them. Tau­rus Full Moon sta­bi­lizes 11th House of Com­mu­nity, sur­round­ing you with emo­tional com­fort. Joan Bo­ry­senko wrote, “Ev­ery day brings a choice: to prac­tice stress or to prac­tice peace.”

LEO

July 24 - Au­gust 23 Re­flect­ing on your life pur­pose helps you clar­ify your cur­rent path. Al­though you want to share your plans with friends, you’re not seek­ing their ad­vice. A Chi­nese proverb teaches, “A wise man adapts him­self to cir­cum­stances, as wa­ter shapes it­self to the ves­sel that con­tains it.”

VIRGO

Au­gust 24 - Septem­ber 23 Al­though you know the im­por­tance of be­ing prac­ti­cal, you si­mul­ta­ne­ously feel as if you are some­how above mun­dane con­sid­er­a­tion to­day. Nev­er­the­less, you can­not avoid the cause-and-ef­fect re­la­tion­ship be­tween your be­hav­ior and re­al­ity. Ul­ti­mately, you get what you de­serve in life.

LI­BRA

Septem­ber 24 - Oc­to­ber 23 Sim­pli­fy­ing your life sounds like a won­der­ful idea, but the com­pli­ca­tions of hu­man emo­tions turn a ca­sual in­ter­ac­tion into a se­ri­ous melo­drama. Un­avoid­able Tau­rus Full Moon lands in your 8th House of Deep Shar­ing, invit­ing you to ap­proach a con­ver­sa­tion with un­re­strained cu­rios­ity.

SCOR­PIO

Oc­to­ber 24 - Novem­ber 22 Some­one may be so ob­sti­nate to­day about a triv­ial mat­ter that you de­cide to make an end run around the is­sue to move past the con­flict. How­ever, your eva­sive tac­tics don’t re­solve the ten­sion that’s cre­ated by the sin­gle-minded Tau­rus Full Moon in your 7th House of Sig­nif­i­cant Oth­ers.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS

Novem­ber 23 - De­cem­ber 21 You just want to go about your chores, un­in­ter­rupted by any­one else’s agenda. The Tau­rus Full Moon set­tles into your 6th House of Lo­gis­tics, en­cour­ag­ing you to make a plan and stick to it. Au­thor Si­mon Sinek wrote, “The goal is to make our work and our play in­dis­tin­guish­able.”

CAPRI­CORN

De­cem­ber 22 - Jan­uary 20 The nice thing about be­ing a hard worker is your abil­ity to oc­ca­sion­ally sched­ule well-de­served time off. The Tau­rus Full Moon in­vig­o­rates your 5th House of Fun and Games, giv­ing you the go-ahead to run wild while you can. Just re­mem­ber that ev­ery­thing you do has con­se­quences.

AQUAR­IUS

Jan­uary 21 - Fe­bru­ary 19 You like the idea of es­cap­ing from the sta­tus quo, if only to cre­ate a bit of ex­cite­ment in your world. While oth­ers balk at the no­tion of chaos, it ac­tu­ally gives you the free­dom to do what you want, un­no­ticed by ev­ery­one try­ing to re­gain a sense of or­der. Go ahead and have your fun.

PISCES

Fe­bru­ary 20 - March 20 You don’t want any sur­prises in your cor­ner to­day . Un­wa­ver­ing Tau­rus Full Moon floods 3rd House of Com­mu­ni­ca­tion, im­mers­ing you in del­uge of in­for­ma­tion that may or may not be of prac­ti­cal use. Steve Jobs said, “Don’t let the noise of oth­ers’ opin­ions drown out your own in­ner voice.”

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