Horoscope for the Week of January 20th:
This week, we have a huge change; we have the Sun going into Aquarius. This will give you a feeling of shedding the previous structured mantle, and want to get out there, and away from where you’ve been. The break will be appreciated!
The overwhelming desire this week is to completely let go, and let yourself rise above. With all the activities over the last couple of weeks, you’ve been focused on real tangible goals, and frankly, right now, you’re sort of tired of keeping that level of activity up. Entertain the idea to take a trip somewhere; you do feel as though you want to escape. A bit of relaxation would do you a world of good.
All About Aries (March 21-April 19)
Aries is the first sign in the zodiac, and if we presuppose that each sign takes off from where the last one left off, we’d see that Aries is brand new. In fact, this is the infant – the child with little or no life experience. This is not to say that Aries is immature, but its way of life is finding that just about ALL experiences are brand new. Imagine, if you will, that you’re brand new at this human game, and you find out that life experiences are your life blood. How would you approach that? With courage, enthusiasm and passion, of course, and are all words associated with fire. Fire stars, and instigates new activity of self-discovery through one’s actions.
Because of this inner drive, they are very self-directed, which makes them seem self-centered, but it’s because they don’t have a clue about something until they’ve done it! Once they’ve done something, they move onto something else.
The ruling planet is Mars, the God of War. This makes perfect sense, because of the inner fire, and warrior qualities that Aries has. Aries has fire and drive.
The associated body part is the head, and forehead, which they use to RAM through any difficulty they encounter.
The issues of challenge is to go through life finding new experiences without treading on others. Aries are accused of being single-minded and somewhat selfish. If you look at why, they’ve got a lot of living to do and experiences to have. They don’t want to waste any time!
The issues of Joy: I am quoting Gene Roddenberry here – “To boldly go where no man has gone before.” That pretty much sums it up!