Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): I say to hell with the prophets of doom who love to foretell economic collapse, killer quakes, mysterious plagues, and a terrorist kidnapping of the Spice Girls. I count myself as one of the rare prophets of boom who envisions and thereby helps to materialize the best possible scenarios. Of course that's easy when it comes to you Sagittarians these days. Your fear of success is at its lowest level in years; your self-sabotage mechanism is in sleep mode; and you've lost interest in relying on your staid old tricks. I predict, therefore, that you will have the capacity to pull off a masterwork that you've always felt was possible for your hero to accomplish but not you.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Do you consider yourself a victim of injustice? If so, this will be a perfect week to fight back and win vindication. How do you feel, for that matter, about the amount of beauty in your life? If it's lacking, the coming days will be prime time to fill yourself up. Finally, Capricorn, is there anything you can do to increase the intensity of the truths you hear and express? Don't even think about holding back on that score. Ideally, you'll coordinate these three projects and become a snorting yet graceful warrior for justice, beauty, and truth.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): If you cooperate with the benevolent (though disruptive) cosmic forces that are now trying to worm their way into your life, you will graduate forever from the mind-set in which you say, "I do whatever the voices in my head tell me to do." In place of that questionable modus operandi, you will be strongly tempted to make the following affirmation your new motto: "I do whatever the voices in my heart tell me to do."

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): In his book Men and the Water of Life, Michael Meade suggests that there's been a mistranslation of one of the common sign-offs in old fairy tales. The original phrase was not "They lived happily ever after," but rather, "They lived happily in the ever after." That is, when they died and went to heaven they had nothing but sweet serenity. "In this world," however, Meade says, "they found happiness as often as they found sorrow, and that was enough." What's this got to do with you, Pisces? It's a perfect time to cultivate more realistic and soulful expectations about love. The cosmos is ready to help you outgrow your most crippling romantic delusions.

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