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Horoscopes for June 2, 2014

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From page A7 | June 02, 2014 |

Simplicity and concentration are the cosmic orders of the day, orders against which the Leo moon will fight valiantly. The lion wants extravagance, entertainment and quite a lot of messing around, if only to make the point that life is about so much more than mere survival.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). Identify your thought patterns, and find the thought that is causing a negative reaction. This sounds easier than it is, but you’re up to it. It’s like you can float around your thoughts today and see them objectively.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You’ve accomplished something difficult and tangible. This is a big deal – much bigger than you’re making it. Celebrate your success, and let other people do so, as well.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). The thing you do for practical reasons will also enlarge you as a person and make your life better from here on out. It’s not really about the task you choose, though – it’s your committed attitude.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). Selfishness is a sickness. You pity those who are afflicted – and everyone is afflicted from time to time. Helping others regularly helps you avoid falling prey to it.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You will not be overwhelmed by the demands of the day, nor will you be underwhelmed. You’re happy to be just plain “whelmed”: neutral, feeling good, active and able.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Someone different from you will compel you to really look into your beliefs and test them out. You would, after all, prefer your belief system to be truly defensible instead of selfishly convenient.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). There is much to take for granted in a day, but you’ll be inspired to stop, ponder and appreciate the simple aspects of daily living that you enjoy – like a good meal and sunshine peeking out from the clouds.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Thoughts have measureable frequencies. You’ll process some pretty intense energy today. You’re ready for this, and you know how to use it constructively.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Your sense of community is becoming stronger the longer you stay in one area. Friendly, helpful people are all around, and you only need to look into their eyes to start the communication.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). What advice would you give someone just starting off in your line of work? There will be newbies in your midst, and you’ll dish it. It feels good to be the one in the know.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). As soon as you form a preference, there will be situations around you that do not support it and also those that do. Everything will seem to organize itself into those two categories.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You’ll be entertaining others. Keep it simple and inexpensive. Make a choice and don’t overdo it. The smiling person on the other side of the table is what will make the meal great.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY. Your quick, bright mind organizes information to help you excel in a new realm, and there’s good money in this! Adjustments to your routine lead to healthy improvements. An out-of-left-field opportunity in July will intrigue and delight you. Your personal life shifts as a special relationship deepens. August brings a stylish upgrade. Leo and Pisces people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 7, 33, 29, 40 and 11.

PRE-RETROGRADE CLEANUP: There’s much to get done before the Mercury retrograde at the end of the week. One small task done well will set the tone for a mighty productive week. What’s your lucky task?

ARIES: Clean your baseboards. They’re easy to forget. Even the best housekeepers consider baseboard cleaning to be an optional chore. But tending to this one detail will satisfy your need to be thorough and make you feel like a winner. Here’s an easy way to do it: 1. Use a small broom or a clean paintbrush to knock off the dust. 2. Wipe with a cloth that is dampened in a solution of dishwashing soap and water. 3. Feel massively accomplished.

TAURUS: As the sign of the appetite, your task is to reorder your pantry, throwing out the expired items and keeping foods in their “zones.” Do you have “zones” in your pantry? A place for baking items, spices, staples…? If not, this is the moment to establish them.

GEMINI: Ventilate! Air signs like you respond positively to fresh air flowing through your space. Throw open the windows and invite new oxygen inside. This will bring vitality to your domestic realm, and don’t be surprised if you suddenly feel inspired to rearrange the furniture or reorder your things.

CELEBRITY PROFILES: She’s a supermodel, designer, producer, author, television personality, sculptor and mother of four. Gemini Heidi Klum embodies the versatility of her Mercury-ruled sign and then some. She has five luminaries in the realm of the twins: her sun, moon, Mercury, Venus and Saturn. This indicates someone who defies definition and has the courage to try it all.

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