PISCES

Fe­bru­ary 18 – March19

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A s you may be aware, as a Pisces, you’re a bit of a vi­sion­ary. Of course, you don’t think of your­self this way be­cause to you this vi­sion­ary per­spec­tive, this abil­ity to see past the lim­i­ta­tions that oth­ers per­ceive, is nat­u­ral.

You’ve been this way for your en­tire life. It’s just that when you are, for ex­am­ple, talk­ing to some­body about how a par­tic­u­lar sit­u­a­tion could work or, per­haps, about the po­ten­tial of a par­tic­u­lar in­di­vid­ual, you re­alise that you can see – you can ‘en­vi­sion’ – that po­ten­tial far bet­ter than oth­ers.

Dur­ing 2014, how­ever, you’ll be re­ly­ing less on that vi­sion and far more on the prac­ti­cal side of ar­range­ments. In fact, with the planet of fo­cus, Mars, in one of the most prac­ti­cal por­tions of your chart, hav­ing moved there in late De­cem­ber 2012 and re­main­ing there un­til mid-2014, you’ll be think­ing about how you use your re­sources. And, more than that, be­cause this em­pha­sises joint in­ter­ests, you’ll be talk­ing to oth­ers about such mat­ters.

Here it’s im­por­tant to re­alise that when you recog­nise po­ten­tial, oth­ers may not. And where you spot prom­ise in cer­tain in­di­vid­u­als, those you’re deal­ing with, equally, may be less con­vinced. Rather than waste time try­ing to win those who have doubts over to your way of think­ing, set aside those ideas for the time be­ing and fo­cus on prac­ti­cal­i­ties, at least dur­ing the first half of the year.

Then, when Mars moves into one of the most ex­pan­sive parts of your chart, join­ing the prac­ti­cal Saturn there, in late July of 2014, and you be­gin to fo­cus more on new ac­tiv­i­ties, you’ll be able to take what you’ve learned about those prac­ti­cal mat­ters and those new ideas and work to­gether with oth­ers. And, even more im­por­tantly, when Mars moves into the cru­cial mid-heaven an­gle of your chart, as it does in the mid­dle of Septem­ber next year for a stay of about six weeks, here, too, you’ll be ready to take ac­tion.

If there’s a sin­gle theme for you for this year, there­fore, it’s ‘prac­ti­cal­ity and pa­tience’. Those prac­ti­cal­i­ties will dom­i­nate the first half of the year, mean­ing that you need to be pa­tient about cer­tain ideas or ven­tures that are ex­cit­ing to you, or dear to your heart. Oth­ers may not un­der­stand or, equally, you may need to work hard to con­vince them to ex­plore th­ese. Not only that, with Saturn, the planet of fo­cus, po­si­tioned in the most ex­pan­sive part of your chart all year, de­part­ing it only at the very end of 2014, and with the ex­pan­sive Jupiter form­ing a se­ries of bril­liant as­pects to it, both last year and in late May 2014, what you stum­ble upon, what you hear about or sim­ple sheer good for­tune could bring some­thing be­yond any­thing you could imag­ine pos­si­ble.

This doesn’t just have to do with life’s prac­ti­cal­i­ties, it has to do with who and what you most en­joy in life as well. It could mean that you run into some­body who touches you, who lifts your spir­its or in­tro­duces you to some­thing that’s re­ward­ing, an ac­tiv­ity that brings you joy, an en­deav­our that lifts your spir­its or, quite pos­si­bly, is prof­itable.

But, equally, this is a time to bal­ance those prac­ti­cal­i­ties, es­pe­cially those you’ll be fo­cus­ing on dur­ing the first half of the year, with those joys.

Dur­ing Fe­bru­ary, you’ll find that even un­ex­pected er­rors seem to add some­thing amaz­ing to your life. The trick is to be open to ev­ery­thing and to ex­plore ev­ery op­tion.

Equally, recog­nise that as ex­cit­ing as some ar­range­ments are, they may not last long. Do some­thing out of char­ac­ter and give things a go, but do it in a way that’s a lit­tle more re­laxed than your usual in­tense fo­cus on per­fec­tion. This will al­low you to try out more things and to meet more peo­ple. It will also al­low you to make the best of a year that will in­tro­duce you to many ex­cit­ing ac­tiv­i­ties. But, most of all, it will in­tro­duce you to peo­ple who you’ll find re­ward­ing – and in the fu­ture as well.

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