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FOR TO­DAY ARIES (March 21-April 19):

Your con­fi­dence at work is con­ta­gious but it may lead you into trou­ble un­less you curb your en­thu­si­asm early in the day. The prob­lem with your ex­u­ber­ance is it en­cour­ages oth­ers to over­look the same pos­si­ble pit­falls that you are avoiding, too. You could inadverten­tly jeop­ar­dize your suc­cess by ig­nor­ing the whole story. For­tu­nately, your work will likely pay off if you ac­knowl­edge the pros and cons si­mul­ta­ne­ously. Deny­ing the truth doesn't change the facts.

TAU­RUS (April 20-May 20):

You might be wor­ried that cir­cum­stances are stacked up against you and all your good in­ten­tions can't set things right. How­ever, your fear may be the main ob­sta­cle you need to over­come. If you think your ef­forts wont lead to suc­cess, you are prob­a­bly cor­rect. For­tu­nately, a surge of pos­i­tive en­ergy builds through­out the day and the sooner you can catch the wave, the far­ther it will take you. If you don't be­lieve in your­self, no one else will. Au­thor Denis Wait­ley wrote, Its not who you are that holds you back. Its who you think youre not.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20):

Your power of man­i­fes­ta­tion is so strong now that it could even sur­prise you. It's al­most as if pieces start to fall into place as soon as you vi­su­al­ize what needs to hap­pen next. How­ever, the ap­par­ent ease with which your dreams are turn­ing into re­al­ity can lull you into com­pla­cency. Just be­cause you en­counter a few suc­cesses early on, don't get lazy to­day. Your vi­sion of the fu­ture is a pow­er­ful mo­ti­vat­ing force, but you must pay your dues if you want things to con­tinue to go your way. In­ten­tion plus hard work equals magic.

CAN­CER (June 21-July 22):

Your rocket ship is on the launch pad to­day, ready to carry you to your dreams. But in­stead of con­cen­trat­ing on your loom­ing suc­cess, you might be pre­oc­cu­pied with those things you need to leave be­hind. Nos­tal­gia can be sweet, but it an­chors you to the past and you can't take ex­cess bag­gage with you on the jour­ney thats about to be­gin. You can start the next chap­ter of your life only when you stop reread­ing your last one. Em­brace the fu­ture and don't look back.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22):

You are proud of your rep­u­ta­tion for cre­at­ing fun but may be frus­trated to­day if un­ful­filled obli­ga­tions pre­vent you from pur­su­ing plea­sure. Your cur­rent in­abil­ity to fol­low your heart might bother you more than you pre­fer. The whole episode seems sig­nif­i­cant, al­most as if your soul is be­ing de­prived of its destiny. How­ever, that's just your ego ex­press­ing it's dis­ap­point­ment. Give your­self a mo­ment to feel the let­down and then go to work mak­ing your dreams come true. Katherine Hep­burn said, Don't moan, don't whine, don't blame. Just get on with it.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):

Although you need to bal­ance your fan­tasies with a taste of re­al­ity to­day, you will sur­vive, and even thrive, through this un­pleas­ant process. Ul­ti­mately, your dreams fold back on them­selves now, bring­ing res­o­lu­tion from within your heart and mind -- with­out re­quir­ing ex­ter­nal cor­rob­o­ra­tion. But com­pli­ca­tions en­ter the pic­ture when the outer world makes de­mands on your time. Para­dox­i­cally, El­bert Hub­bard was right when he wrote, Re­spon­si­bil­ity is the price of free­dom.

LI­BRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22):

You're more open-minded than some of your col­leagues to­day, but you might not re­veal your cur­rent pref­er­ences be­cause you dont want to de­fend them. Its your ex­pe­ri­ence that some peo­ple swing into at­tack mode when con­fronted with an idea that calls an ex­ist­ing be­lief into ques­tion. You feel vul­ner­a­ble enough now to avoid putting your­self into such a po­si­tion. Keep your feel­ings to your­self, but con­tinue work­ing on your plans un­til they are in or­der. Au­thor Joyce Meyer wrote, Pa­tience is not the abil­ity to wait, but the abil­ity to keep a good at­ti­tude while wait­ing.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):

Your op­ti­mism is run­ning the show to­day, leav­ing very lit­tle room for the ex­pres­sion of neg­a­tiv­ity or even re­al­ism. In fact, you may be en­ter­tain­ing pos­si­bil­i­ties that seemed to­tally out of the ques­tion as re­cently as yes­ter­day. For­tu­nately, your odds for suc­cess con­tinue to im­prove all day. Every­thing feels ul­tra-sig­nif­i­cant now but there's no need to choose one path over the oth­ers. Don't elim­i­nate any­thing pre­ma­turely from your cur­rent range of ex­pe­ri­ence. You won't likely slip back into Trivia Land to dis­cuss the weather when such im­por­tant is­sues are on the table.

SAGITTARIU­S (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):

You can see the bright side of any street to­day, even if it's the mid­dle of the night. Your cur­rent faith in humanity is un­shake­able be­cause you think ev­ery­one per­ceives the good in the world ex­actly as you do. But mis­placed hope can be tyran­ni­cal be­cause it shifts your per­spec­tive away from tak­ing ac­tion in the present mo­ment. In­stead, you could sit around wait­ing to be res­cued some­time in the fu­ture. Ben Franklin wrote, God helps those who help them­selves.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):

The dis­tant hori­zon seems bright, en­cour­ag­ing you to ex­tend your plans as far as your eye can see. But it's nearly im­pos­si­ble to project data ac­cu­rately into the fu­ture. In­stead of re­ly­ing on the facts to­day, lis­ten to your in­tu­ition. There are mag­i­cal parts to your spir­i­tual lean­ings, blessing you with the un­doc­u­mented power of time travel and shapeshift­ing. Trust your in­stincts; they are mes­sages di­rectly from your soul. Con­ser­va­tion­ist John Muir wrote, The power of imag­i­na­tion makes us in­fi­nite.

AQUAR­IUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):

Iron­i­cally, you are so fo­cused on fol­low­ing through with your com­mit­ments that you may lose sight of your im­me­di­ate ob­jec­tives. Nat­u­rally, it's cru­cial to de­liver on your prom­ises, but it's just as im­por­tant to re­frain from agree­ing to some­thing you cant de­liver. Dont blame any­one else if you're in a predica­ment be­cause your re­sources are spread too thin. Ad­mit your pre­vi­ous mis­takes and ac­knowl­edge your cur­rent temp­ta­tions. Poet Maya An­gelou wrote, For­give­ness is the great­est gift you can give your­self.

PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar 20):

Although peo­ple ap­pre­ci­ate your dreamy side, you may be more cre­ative than any­one re­al­izes now. It's all too easy to turn your­self into a car­i­ca­ture to­day, but part of pro­ject­ing your one-di­men­sional ap­pear­ance is to throw ev­ery­one off track when they try to fig­ure out the source of your power. Be care­ful of falling for your own il­lu­sion; your game of mis­lead­ing oth­ers is so ex­pertly played that you can for­get its not real. French pain­ter Edgar De­gas wrote, Art is not what you see, but what you make oth­ers see.

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