Aries [March 21st to April 19th]
#MeTime: Time to roll up your sleeves and shake off the boredom and ennui you may have felt at the end of last week. One of my favorite words is salubrious. It’s not just having health, but being full of health. #Libra Friedrich Nietzsche uses the word as he talks about not just physical health (his was poor), but spiritual health. When the spirit feels well, it wants to share the wealth of its light. Do that now. Create opportunity. Don’t wait for it. Last week, you may have thought about what’s lacking around you. This week focus on and fortify your ability to share salubriousness.
#Heartstrings: How would you feel about dating Oprah, Dr. Phil or some other kind of advice giver? If you said “No,” then you might have a leg up on understanding the friction someone might feel around you this week. Obviously, it’s not that these high profile personalities can’t or don’t have partners. Truth is Dr. Phil is probably just Phil to his wife. You, on the other hand, may want to be careful with dispensing unsolicited advice or being too emphatic about the advice that’s been solicited. Astrologically, the Sun seems to land up on Mt. Jupiter and may inspire you to feel like you can bring down the Commandments. I say be the wise friend from around the way (with worldly wisdom) rather than Moses on the cheap.
#MoneyMoves: For this, I want unpack a myth for you, this time from scripture. A lot of people think this saying, as is, is in the Bible: “The race is not given to the swift nor the strong but to he that endures to the end.” It’s not. It’s a bad paraphrase of this: “The race is not to the swift or the battle to the strong…but time and chance happen to them all.” (I find the actual version more interesting.) Take more chances now, within reason, of course. The Sun goes lockstep with Jupiter toward the end of the week, so it seems that both time and fortune are more on your side.