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Horoscopes for Jan. 15, 2013

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From page B5 | January 15, 2013 |

The Pisces Moon is a spiritual teacher. She reminds us that the wild moments you create outside of yourself bring only temporary release. True freedom comes from bringing your inner world to a state of harmony. The expansive, unlimited joyful feeling was always there inside you, waiting for you to tap in.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). Your senses are ready to take life in high definition. Sounds sparkle and colors appear brighter. This may have something to do with that interesting someone you keep running into.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You have plenty of charm to at your disposal, and you can dish it generously when needed. However, right now you may find that life is a lot less complicated if you simply tell the far-less charming truth about things.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). People seem to think you’re some kind of super hero these days. You’ll warm into the day, determined not to let a loved one’s long list of expectations overwhelm you.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). True history can be hard to find. Even those who are trying to stick to the facts cannot form an entirely impartial version. Listen for the spin and put everything in a context.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Just as soon as you figure out which job to do, you’ll get it done. The hard part is the forethought. Take all the time you need to get organized and prioritize your efforts.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You’ll be reviewed by your toughest critic – you! Did you do a great job? Yes, of course you did. Is there room for improvement? Yes, as usual. You should really give yourself a raise.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Saying “no” is freedom. If you can’t say “no” or if you believe you can’t, you’re in prison. Exercise your right to disagree, decline or walk away. To liberty!

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). No one can make you want something you don’t or be interested in something that doesn’t interest you. Your attractions come naturally and for reasons that are mysterious even to you.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). There are several people who have the credentials you need to fulfill a certain job.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). No one can tell you who you are. You can’t blame the ones who try, nor can you take their comments too personally. Their suggestions have nothing to do with you really.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Romantic attention will make you swoon inside, though it’s likely that your outside will remain unfazed. It has to be this way if you’re to stay in control.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You’re all heart now, overflowing with feeling and filled with passion for your endeavors. The Moon in your sign will embolden you all day and into tomorrow morning.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY. This year puts you in touch with the simple pleasures that make you happy. You’ll find yourself wanting fewer things, talking less and enjoying the spaces in your schedule. Others sense how centered you’ve become, and you’ll be offered what seemed withheld from you before. March and July bring financial bonus. Cancer and Pisces adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 6, 23, 50, 1 and 17.

LIBRA YEAR AT A GLANCE: JANUARY: Love is a verb. You’ll never know how someone feels about you but you’ll get plenty of evidence as to those feelings. FEBRUARY: Venus makes sure that people notice your remarkable style and innovative approach to the mundane. MARCH: There are some things you’ll never be fully ready for, but you can’t let that stop you from moving forward. APRIL: The 10th brings an infusion of super-charisma that lasts, so be careful how you wield your smile. MAY: Your personal life will be in incubation mode, developing through patience and warmth. JUNE: Jupiter’s transit on the 25th begins a new professional cycle. JULY: You’ll connect with the people you admire and pick up much by osmosis. AUGUST: Don’t look back – forgive, forget, and move on. SEPTEMBER: Authority figures seem to limit you. You’ll emerge stronger for having to manage the opposition. OCTOBER: Enjoy the many victories, big and small, that will energize your world this month. NOVEMBER: Relationships will rock and roll. Is this a dance or a test? DECEMBER: You’re still hot socially, but that may not please you. Privacy issues arise. Set boundaries in relationships and revel in your You-Time.

CELEBRITY PROFILES: Baptist minister and human rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. was born on this day in 1929. The man who famously changed the world by declaring “I have a dream . . . ” was a charismatic Capricorn born under a dreamy Pisces Moon. Venus also in the ethereal and spiritual sign of Pisces indicates a gift for using the healing power of love.

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