If it’s your birth­day

New York Daily News - - YOUR HOROSCOPE -

Take con­trol of your ca­reer, which means over­com­ing your ten­dency to re­act emo­tion­ally to oth­ers. Learn to steer your own ship, and to set your own course. Oth­ers may have a voice and a role, though it’s time for you to rec­og­nize that you are the one with the ideas, and you’re the one hold­ing the bag. If you can do this, you will be bril­liantly suc­cess­ful. You share a birth­day with Dick Gre­gory, Lu­ciano Pavarotti and Hugh Jack­man. MARCH 21-APRIL 19 What­ever emo­tional or psy­chic shake-up might en­ter your life, go with the flow and it will pass as quickly as it came on. This same astrol­ogy might also man­i­fest as rest­less­ness or ag­i­ta­tion. Walk­ing will help, es­pe­cially near wa­ter. Troop­ing around the neigh­bor­hood and a hot bath will work too. APRIL 20-MAY 20 If you’re feel­ing any iso­la­tion, it’s prob­a­bly an echo of some past time in your life. Reach out to some­one you care about and share your feel­ings. You may de­cide that you’re the per­son who un­der­stands your­self the best, which is true just about all the time. Be grateful for any­one will­ing to help you. MAY 21-JUNE 20 Honor thy er­ror as hid­den in­tent. Honor di­gres­sions, di­ver­sions and segues as cre­ative branching-off points. To do what you do, whether so­cially, ar­tis­ti­cally or pro­fes­sion­ally, you need to be flex­i­ble, and you must be re­spon­sive to your en­vi­ron­ment at all times. That’s one of the ben­e­fits of your life. JUNE 21-JULY 22 You will need to be alert and mind­ful so that work-re­lated stress or re­la­tion­ship-re­lated pres­sures don’t get to you. You have a right to set any bound­ary you need in or­der to feel good and get your work done. You’re not ev­ery­one’s mother; and you are your own boss. JULY 23-AUG. 22 If you’re feel­ing rest­less or hav­ing lit­tle bursts of anx­i­ety, you can blame it on astrol­ogy. That same astrol­ogy is urg­ing you to lis­ten and feel deep into your­self, to un­der­stand some­thing ba­sic and es­sen­tial. Do not be afraid to open your in­ner ears. As it says in the Bi­ble, the truth will set you free. AUG. 23-SEPT. 22 You will feel bet­ter if you get out of the house and spend some time among friends. You might want to ar­range this in some­one’s home rather than in a pub­lic place, be­cause you’re rather sen­si­tive at the mo­ment; a psy­chic sponge. Soak in some warm, friendly and lov­ing vibes. OCT. 23-NOV. 21 You may be wor­ried that a per­sonal scrape or skir­mish will hurt your pub­lic rep­u­ta­tion. To that end, it will help if you mind your in­tegrity, stick to the facts, and say as lit­tle as pos­si­ble. Peo­ple have faith in you, as they should. Much more im­por­tant, and use­ful, de­vel­op­ments are afoot. NOV. 22-DEC. 21 Have all work-re­lated con­ver­sa­tions in pri­vate spa­ces, not pub­lic. If you must meet out­side a home or of­fice, pick a greasy spoon diner in a re­mote neigh­bor­hood where no­body knows or cares about you, and speak in a low voice. You’re deal­ing with sen­si­tive in­for­ma­tion and must be care­ful. DEC. 22-JAN. 19 Let ev­ery­one else do all the un­rav­el­ing. Keep your sense of hu­mor, and lis­ten to what peo­ple are say­ing be­tween the words they use. Once you de­code any en­crypted mes­sages, you will have a bet­ter idea how to re­spond. Give your­self at least 24 hours on any­thing even mod­estly im­por­tant. JAN. 20-FEB. 18 You will need to hold steady to your course to­day, and not be dis­tracted or thrown off by any sur­prise events that may emerge. Re­mem­ber your high­est pri­or­i­ties and stick to them dili­gently. You are be­ing judged by a higher stan­dard now that Jupiter has risen to the top of your chart. FEB. 19-MARCH 20 It may be dif­fi­cult to keep all the mes­sages that are fly­ing around clear and in or­der. There­fore, take all the time you need to con­sider where ev­ery­one is com­ing from, and feel no pres­sure to act or make a de­ci­sion be­fore you are ready. You are a Pisces. Bid­ing your time is your nat­u­ral birthright.

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