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Horoscopes for May 21, 2014

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There’s a smooth start to this solar cycle thanks to the support of Mars direct, the Pisces moon and an auspicious arrangement of Jupiter and Saturn that’s lining up. If you have an agenda, you’ll get the feeling that there are people out there to support it. If you don’t have an agenda, the inspired Pisces moon helps you create one.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). Take winning and losing out of the equation now because truly the outcome will not matter in the least. The most important thing will be to show up and do your thing.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). High enthusiasm is what’s needed. The positive people around you will mirror the confidence that’s deep inside you. You have what it takes. Believe it.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You’ll look at your living and working environments as though they are pictures you’re painting. Once you get rid of a few things, these pictures will artfully come together.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). The more steps you can take to automate your life the better it will run. From automatic bill paying to the thermostat, make “set it and forget it” your new motto.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). The moral themes of the day will include playing fair, telling the truth, sharing and helping. In that spirit, all of the hard work will be accomplished during the day, and the evening will be filled with stories.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Because you can’t fight gravity, you may as well align yourself with it. Falling well is a skill that babies learn fast. Successful people keep this skill sharp throughout life.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Toughness training has its place in your life, but this isn’t it. Be gentle with yourself instead, showing yourself the same kindness and patience you would afford a frail elder or a small child.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). The natural reaction to today’s challenges will be to tighten up. Stop and reset your thinking. Breathe deeply. From a relaxed place, you will make connections and solve problems.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Your mind is a time-traveling machine. Turn this function off for the morning, because if you’re stretched into the past or the future, you’ll miss the opportunity staring you in the face.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Don’t judge yourself. That’s just mean. Furthermore, concerning yourself with what others think of you is silly. You don’t have time to indulge habits of defeat.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You’ll have to gloss over some of the finer points to make sure that the bigger issues get resolved. Think in broad strokes, and suddenly pettiness drops away.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). As you weather a transition, there is comfort in familiar things. Old favorites — food, entertainment, people, habits — will center you and enhance your interactions.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (May 21). You are highly intuitive now, reading the thought bubbles above people’s heads. June gives you a stage for your talent. You have intense powers of focus and group support in July, so your ideas will take off like wildfire. September brings an important sale and the start of a lifestyle improvement. Scorpio and Libra people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 4, 22, 35, 1 and 16.

PISCES MOON OF INTUITION AND INSPIRATION: The auspicious omens just keep coming this week, with Mars turned direct in Libra, the sun entering bright Gemini and a very lucky trine on May 24. Take advantage of the Pisces moon of inspiration, and make a plan that supports you on all levels. The best plans speak to your soul and support you emotionally, while taking care of the practical, physical and material aspects of life.

Under this sky, it all starts with a vision. If you can picture yourself in a beautiful place and repeat the vision with increasing amounts of belief and passion, you will start to draw that image into reality.

Pisces is the final sign of the zodiac and a blend of all the signs that came before. As the moon glides through this part of the sky, you may sense all of the resources available to you and feel rich, indeed. Inspiration truly can be found wherever you look for it! Think of yourself as the artist of your life and your life as a beautiful work in progress that is worthy of your best efforts.

CELEBRITY PROFILES: Indie rocker Gotye topped the charts in several countries around the world with “Somebody That I Used To Know,” but this Taurus musician’s reach is about to expand even farther. He has been commissioned to write music to send into space — a representation of what humankind is into in the 21st century. Gotye was born under an entertaining Leo moon.

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