The Per­sonal Signs

RSWLiving - - Stargazing - WITH EL­IZ­A­BETH JO YCE

The July 1st full moon in Capricorn brings height­ened artis­tic abil­ity. As we cel­e­brate our na­tion’s birth­day, we also en­joy pos­i­tive qual­i­ties and suc­cess with cre­ative pur­suits. The July 15th new moon in Can­cer brings two weeks of fer­til­ity and growth. This new moon is car­ry­ing a lot of emo­tional bag­gage. You may feel hin­dered or slug­gish if you want to begin some­thing new at this time. The July 31st full moon in Aquarius brings the sec­ond full moon of the month. It will have the great­est ef­fect on lead­ers, ac­tors and chil­dren. It will turn up the drama level, so re­mem­ber to be open to change and re­spect the rights of oth­ers. The Au­gust 14th new moon in Leo brings an­other time for growth. Pas­sions are run­ning high, and there could be dra­matic new de­vel­op­ments in bank­ing as well as laws con­cern­ing mar­riage of same-sex cou­ples. The Au­gust 29th full moon in Pisces brings a pe­riod of clo­sure that can be ap­plied to any is­sue in your life that has run its course. Time to cel­e­brate your ac­com­plish­ments, fin­ish up health treat­ments or wind down a re­la­tion­ship.


Of the two full moons in July, the sec­ond one seems to be es­pe­cially ben­e­fi­cial to you, Aries. In the depart­ment of friend­ships or group en­deav­ors, you will need pa­tience un­til the 31st, which is never easy for you. Af­ter that you are free to claim and as­sume the po­si­tion that you know is yours. Au­gust brings fun and cre­ativ­ity. If you love what you do, keep cre­at­ing: mu­sic, dance, art, any­thing that al­lows you to open your heart and do what you love. This will earn you a bow.


If you have been toy­ing with the idea of chang­ing your pro­fes­sion, but have not made your mind up yet, the sec­ond full moon in July will ask you to give it a shot. What’s the holdup? Just know that the uni­verse is here to sup­port you. Au­gust brings out your ex­cel­lent sense of hu­mor, which most peo­ple don’t of­ten get to hear. Ro­mance is high and alive. You won’t be spend­ing too much time alone over this next year un­less you want to. Time to turn your home into some in­come prop­erty. Cre­ate a work­shop or host a class.


The July 1st full moon gives you the chance to ex­press your­self in no un­cer­tain terms, Gemini. What­ever you have been wait­ing to say, now is the time. The uni­verse will be happy to help you say it right, so no one will take it per­son­ally. Be care­ful of the ten­dency to be picky or ar­gu­men­ta­tive, though. At Au­gust’s end you gain a bit of luck. Change comes at the eleventh hour, and what­ever you’ve in­vested your time and money in be­gins to pan out.


The July 1st full moon helps you make a de­ci­sion about an emo­tional re­la­tion­ship that has just been push­ing the en­ve­lope far too long. You can be un­der­stand­ing, Can­cer, but not at your ex­pense. July’s sec­ond full moon could carry you into Au­gust with a new in­ti­mate part­ner. If you’re sin­gle, that won’t be the case for too much longer. Au­gust helps you re­solve mat­ters and find a way to work it all out. If you let oth­ers know they are val­ued and sup­ported, all should work out


One never knows what the elec­tric planet, U ranus, will bring. At the full moon on July 1, he may ar­range a “co­in­ci­dence” meet­ing for you, per­haps at the bank, clean­ers or gro­cer y store. At some point some­one who ex­cites you, charges you up and gets you mo­ti­vated will cross your path. P ay at­ten­tion to small talk, Leo. At month’s end and as Au­gust opens, the light spot­lights your re­la­tion­ships. For bet­ter or worse, you’ll have the in­for­ma­tion you need to make a de­ci­sion you’ve been putting off. Stay on your toes to guard against be­ing taken ad­van­tage of. Lis­ten to your in­stincts, Leo. What you re­ally have to do now is trust the uni­verse.


When Virgo mixes with the en­er­gies of the full moon in Capricorn on July 1, mat­ters can get very se­ri­ous. You may be or­ga­niz­ing some recre­ational fun or a fam­ily get-to­gether. Once it all comes to­gether, you’re filled with pride and hap­pi­ness. Mid-month brings a con­fronta­tion that good-byes are made of. Time to take a long look at just what you ex­pect from oth­ers. Au­gust brings good times, but you need to watch your weight over this next year, Virgo. A ro­man­tic se­cret may emerge on a col­li­sion course around the 4th. If you’re look­ing to make a change, it could hap­pen by month’s end.


The July 1st full moon brings the fo­cus on your home and fam­ily mat­ters. If you’ve been think­ing about a move, or per­haps buy­ing a home, this Capricorn prac­ti­cal en­ergy will be a great help to you. The sec­ond full moon on July 30 brings in the fun and frees some time for the beach! Au­gust brings a new love, per­haps an on­line ro­mance. Just don’t give away your dark se­crets un­til you get to know this per­son much bet­ter. You may find that a friend wants you to part­ner in busi­ness at the Pisces full moon. Just check the facts and watch your step. Any agree­ment reached is not apt to wear off


The July 1st full moon asks that you tend care­fully to those mi­nus­cule de­tails of a sit­u­a­tion you’ve been try­ing to avoid for months now. You need to be prac­ti­cal, re­al­is­tic and per­haps call in a pro if you can’t han­dle it alone. Time to clear up any fi­nan­cial mat­ters that have been trou­ble­some. A new love could ap­pear af­ter the 15th. Early Au­gust is the time to have any con­ver­sa­tion you’ve been putting off. Make cof­fee, hover around the kitchen and work it out. Any­one who chal­lenges your author­ity at the Pisces full moon will feel like they’ve awak­ened a sleep­ing dragon. You’re will­ing to fight as long as it takes, es­pe­cially if you know you’re right.


The first of two July full moons on the 1st brings stim­u­lat­ing con­ver­sa­tions and a fo­cus on fi­nances. The good news is that you’ve come up with some work ideas that can also be fun. Mid-month you come close to find­ing an ex­pla­na­tion for an is­sue con­cern­ing a ro­man­tic sit­u­a­tion. Keep ask­ing ques­tions, gen­tly, un­til you have the an­swers. Au­gust brings mes­sages from a dis­tance, but you won’t have to look too far for a warm hug. The good you’ve done for oth­ers will be re­turned to you—just when you most need it.


The full moon in your sign on July 1 brings some con­struc­tive changes; don’t hang on to the past, just go for it! Mid-month you are con­cerned with friends and fam­ily. You want to be sure they have ev­ery­thing they need, which is easy for you. The July 31st full moon al­lows you fi­nally to shut the door on the per­son who is reg­u­larly ask­ing for a loan. This time this per­son won’t come back. Au­gust brings the need to han­dle fi­nances, in­her­i­tances and tax mat­ters. If you’re chal­lenged, you’re more than pre­pared to cause a scene. In­ti­macy prob­lems with your part­ner need to be dis­cussed, as you have been un­com­fort­able with ar­range­ments for a few months now. You feel a bit un­easy and rest­less at month’s end.


As July opens you feel like ex­per­i­ment­ing to dras­ti­cally change your ap­pear­ance and per­sonal pre­sen­ta­tion. A new wardrobe or hair­style may be in or­der. If you’re sin­gle, it is def­i­nitely time to get out there and show your stuff. Your tal­ents and looks will knock the socks off of any­one who looks back. Be care­ful driv­ing on the full moon at month’s end. Au­gust turns up the heat in ro­man­tic re­la­tion­ships. If you’re at­tached, be care­ful not to make your part­ner jeal­ous. Oth­er­wise, look to mid-month for a very at­trac­tive, sexy chal­lenge. You won’t be cer­tain if it’s real un­til af­ter the 29th, so just lay back and en­joy.


Things may be a bit rocky for you fi­nan­cially as July opens, Pisces. Ro­man­ti­cally, how­ever, this prom­ises to be a month to re­mem­ber. This is a great time to travel and spend time with fam­ily and friends. If you imag­ine arms around you, but haven’t yet made the move, now is the time. The op­por­tu­nity to earn a bit with a fun-filled job comes along mid-month. Au­gust brings a buf­fet of new ad­mir­ers, all of whom have in­ter­est­ing ac­cents or tons of good sto­ries. You may have done quite a bit of ar­gu­ing last month, but tak­ing a stand is ex­actly what was needed. Now you’re amazed at how much oth­ers are will­ing at least to try to see your point of view.

El­iz­a­beth Joyce is one of the few psy­chics world­wide who picked up on the Haitian and Philip­pines earth­quakes and the Twin Tow­ers tragedy in New York City. Thou­sands of peo­ple have wit­nessed her psy­chic pow­ers on TV shows such as Un­solved Mys­ter­ies, Be­yond Chance and The Psy­chic De­tec­tives, as well as CNN News. She is a fre­quent guest on ra­dio shows and has been pro­filed in Woman’s Day, Wall Street Mag­a­zine, Na­tional Ex­am­iner and other na­tional me­dia. Joyce is the au­thor of nu­mer­ous books, ar­ti­cles and guided med­i­ta­tion ex­er­cises. Her books are avail­able to or­der on­line. She is lo­cated in Doylestown (Bucks County), Penn­syl­va­nia. Check her web­site (new-vi­ for rates and ser­vices.

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