Your Horoscopes this Week 3/31 â 4/06

Your Horoscopes this Week 3/31 – 4/06


Samuel F. Reynolds

by Samuel F. Reynolds, March 31, 2014

Your Horoscopes this Week 3/31 â 4/06

it’s the Sun’s turn to tango with “Go Big or Go Home” Jupiter. Last week, it was Mercury’s turn to think up good, big ideas. This week you’re likely motivated to act on good, big ideas, but you have to be sure that you don’t overreach or attempt to do too much. As maybe your own mama or grandma said, “Your eyes could be bigger than your stomach.”  You can’t be everywhere at once, and there are only so many fires you can start and put out. Sometimes we overreach or even overreact because we’re afraid that we won’t or can’t be satisfied.  Or because we fear we’re inadequate. This could be you now. Look hard before you decide to go hard, because you could tackle more than you could chew for all the wrong reasons.

Pisces (February 19th to March 20th) 

The Sun’s goes hard-core on your sign’s patron planet, Jupiter, this week. This suggests that you may feel more the need to tap out both your financial and creative reserves to open up or make something happen. It’s one thing to feel that you need to put your money where your mouth is, and it’s another thing to invest all you got into that. It would be better to start with stretching yourself first rather than thinking you have to stretch and empty out your wallet. You stretch yourself by building up your confidence and your capacity. Capacity-building is about shoring up the skillsets you need to evolve and grow, much like how people get MFA’s or MBA’s to move up in their chosen fields. Focus on how a shot of building up a particular skill would get you up and running faster, not shooting your money and energy off into the dark.

Samuel F. Reynolds is a NYC-based astrologer. As an Ebony reader, you’re eligible for discounted fees for in person or by phone/skype consultations. For more info, visit unlockastrology.com, write unlockastrology@gmail.com or follow on Twitter at @sfreynolds.

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