Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Have you ever experienced childbirth firsthand, Sagittarius? If so, you know that one of the primary ways to gauge how the labor is progressing is to measure the dilation of the cervix. A diameter of 10 centimeters is regarded as the threshold at which the fetus can wriggle free of the womb. I bring this up because you now have a certain metaphorical resemblance to a woman on the verge of giving birth. (This is true even for you men.) Only trouble is, you're still at the equivalent of being 8 centimeters dilated. So please visualize yourself opening ... opening ... opening further ....

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): "Interruption" is your word of power this week. Surprised? It's true that the interruptions you'll experience may at first be inconvenient and unwanted. But I believe that in time you will feel gratitude for them. So start making room in your heart for the imminent stoppages and disconnections. They're not random cosmic whimsies, but strokes of cosmic deliverance that are designed to turn you back in the direction of home.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Thirty-two years ago next week, Aquarian heroine Rosa Parks informed the driver of a city bus in Montgomery, Ala., that she would not step to the back as all black people were expected to. She was arrested for crimes against segregation, triggering a massive boycott that birthed the modern civil rights movement. I call on you Aquarians to take a Rosa Parks-like stand in the next 10 days. Your small but noble act of subversion could launch a revolution.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): I have a psychic vision of you signing autographs this week; I see admirers disguising themselves as pizza delivery people in a desperate effort to get closer to you; and I sense that you will also receive an honorary title and a kiss on the butt and many pleas to fork over more energy. You're a freaking magnet this week, Pisces, an irresistible object of devotion that'll inspire both breathtaking acts of transcendence and curiously awkward invitations. Have mercy on those who love you and want you; they may have trouble being themselves around you.

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