Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Just in time for your upcoming burst of riotous growth, here's a useful reminder from my favorite Capricorn revolutionary, Martin Luther King Jr. "The soft-minded person always fears change. For him, the greatest pain is the pain of a new idea." I trust that in the next few weeks you'll expunge any temptation to be soft-minded -- or to be unduly influenced by mush-brained persons. The ironic corollary to King's formulation is that the changes will be painful only if you fear them.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): You could fly to Florence, Italy, and purchase an antique piece of handcrafted furniture for your living room. Or you could send away to that weird store in Sparta, Wisconsin, and buy an eight-foot-tall fiberglass statue of a Johnnie Walker bottle for your bedroom. You could hang all the pictures on the walls upside down and use a felt-tip pen to write your dreams on the refrigerator. Or you could construct a secret altar in the attic and utter prayers to Baubo, goddess of belly laughs. I don't care what you do, as long as you shake and bake your household out of its ruts and trances. Rev up some domestic bliss -- or else prepare yourself for a wave of domestic ignorance.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): Your Red Phase lasted from around February 22 till March 15. Your Brown Period stretched from the last week of March until a few days ago. The color therapist on our staff believes it's now time for you to launch your Yellow Era. She says that painting your room a rich lemon hue would boost your IQ and spark your communication skills -- which is exactly what my astrological diagnosis recommends. You might also consider buying a canary shirt, or snacking voraciously on bananas, or closing your eyes and visualizing giant sunflowers.

Other timely benefits from this yellow deluge: more emotional balance, a healthier respect for yellow flashing lights and a heightened intuitive sense of where to look for yellow's close cousin, gold.

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