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Horoscopes for June 11, 2014

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From page B7 | June 11, 2014 |

The luckiest full moon of the year is coming: the full moon in Sagittarius. However, it also should be noted that good fortune often comes in odd, unpredictable packages. Lately it’s like the cosmic forces are playing a game of “Deal or No Deal” with us, making us guess to claim our luck. What are your instincts telling you?

ARIES (March 21-April 19). What you learned long ago has been hanging around in your brain, waiting for the moment to be useful. That moment arrives today. You learned it then; you understand it now.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). It is easier to exercise self-discipline if you do not happen to have much of an appetite. Hungry people, however, are seldom very controlled. Also note: Today’s hunger is not for food.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). The dreamy retrogrades will affect you positively today. You’ll be struck with an idea about how things should be, and that vision is what will drive you, and a whole lot of other people, forward.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). If everyone is agreeing at all times, that does not mean there is no conflict. It might instead mean that there is a dysfunctional and passive-aggressive dynamic at work. Dare to disagree. It’s healthy.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Someone is so blinded by your dazzling skills that he seems to be tossing you every task that comes along. Pull others into the picture, and utilize their strengths, as well.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). It is not possible, nor is it wise, to take all of the suggestions that people give you. But when you do take one, you’ll give credit and make your supporter feel valued, indeed!

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You find the world extremely interesting, a testament to your curious mind and joyful countenance. You’ll inspire someone who is sleepwalking through life to wake up and take a look around.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). There’s something you need to do within a certain time frame, and you’re not messing around. You know a wasted moment when you live it. Through vigilance, you’ll stay on track.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Your tolerance for the unorthodox will lead to good fortune. There is remarkable good that comes from unusual and odd people who are not widely accepted.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). If ignorance is the root of all evil, then it makes more sense to teach than to fight. Unfortunately, not everyone is open to learning, but lead by example anyway, and this could change.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). When you think about what you had to do to get where you are, your self-esteem grows. The obstacles you’ve overcome are more indicative of your level of success than the position you hold.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). People will be honest with you when they have nothing to lose. But truth goes out the window when they want something very badly. To gauge the situation, estimate the stakes. Factor in desire.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY. The setbacks you suffered in the past give you a definite advantage this year. You’re attractive and will have many social opportunities. Financial dealings done exactly by the book bring a July windfall. August brings a highly charged political atmosphere. Use strategy and play the game to serve the highest good. Cancer and Virgo people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 5, 19, 33, 58 and 2.

RETROGRADE EXPECTATION: Don’t let the retrogrades get you down! This is the thick of it. Mercury, Saturn, Pluto and Neptune are all retrograde. Mercury will come out of it first on July 1, and Saturn follows on July 20. The rest of June promises not to bore us. With half of the planets going forward and the other half going backward, it’s important to keep your attitude in line with the positive forces.

For the next few weeks, it will seem as though progress is hard to come by. Moving forward might look like moving backward and vice versa. So how will you know if what you’re doing is working or taking you where you want to go?

The answer is not to worry so much about getting to your destination. When you feel that your efforts are being thwarted, it’s time to leave the “when” and “where” out of the equation. Instead, concentrate on the “how” and the “why.” Do you have good answers for those questions?

How? Lovingly, thoughtfully, carefully, sincerely, tenderly, wholeheartedly, enthusiastically, supportively, generously.

Why? Because it’s the right thing to do, because it’s the loving thing to do, because it’s kind, because it’s the highest good for all involved.

CELEBRITY PROFILES: As a child, Shia LaBeouf loved to entertain people and expressed this need through standup comedy. Taking his act into the offices of an agency he found in the Yellow Pages, he landed representation. The Gemini actor was born when the moon was in entertaining Leo, and so show business is a natural extension of his desire to hold people’s attention and take them on a journey.

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