First Week October 2007

October 14, 2007 at 12:59 pm

Have you fed your daimon today? A few weeks ago I talked about introducing Passion to Love to create Art. This week could see the commencement of a Grand Passion. Fire and Ice provide an age-old fascination. In other matters, tempers cool off enough so people can actually discuss things in a civilized and productive way. PS – I see a lot of charts with financial issues over electronic banking. Check that fees haven’t changed, and find out just how long it is taking to pay that bill. I learned that not all banks have agreements with all vendors, so a payment you thought was instant could take 5 days to credit you.
Readers can follow not only their Sun sign horoscope but also the sign of their Ascendant for further clues to how your week will develop

Aries – March 20-April 19 – Ann Miller – Aries doesn’t mind fights with a spouse because making up is so much fun. But really, too much fighting takes away from the good times, and it is getting to the point where the dissension is affecting your health. Buy some flowers on the way home Wed., and start regular ‘business meetings’ to defuse problems before they escalate.

Taurus – April 20-May 20 – Fred Astaire – Are you starting a managing position for an arts board or box office? Responsibility is tossed onto your broad shoulders. Review press releases to maximize effectiveness. Perhaps sending electronic releases will allow active links to interviews and rehearsal clips. These innovative enhancements might also be effective in grant applications.

Gemini – May 21-June 20 – Bill “Bojangles” Robinson – Sun-Mon I see you trying to cheer yourself up with a dose of ‘shop therapy.’ You’ll feel even bluer when the bills come in… so instead of shopping I suggest visiting a free art exhibit or a New Age treatment (massage, chanting). And if that doesn’t work, a classic movie does wonders – whether a weepie or comedy.

Cancer – June 21-July 22 – Rasta Thomas – Tues. pm something really gets your goat, but I am sure you are too smart to let it ruin relationships. Best to channel that energy to tackle a really ugly job. You may get an apology late that night and you’ll be glad you didn’t mouth off. This whole week, push ahead on creative projects with unique ways to express an ideal. Wed. is serendipitous — try out different lighting or electronic effects.

Leo – July 23-Aug. 22 – Leonide Massine – You have many offers to consider this fall, and might be tempted to jump at one of them. Don’t lock yourself into a long-term contract. Wednesday am a lightning bolt of inspiration hits. Play with the pieces Thurs. and look at it again Fri., possibly with a trusted colleague. Once you’ve made the selection, work into the weekend before the final image fades from your brain. Inspiration can be such a slave-driver, hey?

Virgo – Aug. 23-Sept. 22 – Marge Champion – A long period of hard work with long hours stretch out in front of you. Your dealings with foundations on one hand and with media on the other will perform well this week. My long term concern is with you overworking yourself. It is fine to rake in the money now that you are in demand, but not so fun to fork it over to medical practitioners later. Keep to your old regime and you’ll be fine.

Libra – Sept. 23-Oct. 22 – Michael Smuin – Your self-image is glowing this month. Is it making you look for greener pastures? You feel on the verge of walking out on one employer, but your restlessness will soon prompt you to leave again. Perhaps self-limiting engagements, where you sign on for just one production, are better for you now. On the monetary front, make sure you understand how long it will take your electronic banking to clear, and if there’s new fees.

Scorpio – Oct. 23-Nov. 21 – Eleanor Powell – You have a great, lively long-distance relationship going. Things may be difficult due to ‘house rules’ of some kind, so you may have to switch to private messages to keep things going. Your creativity takes off again this week just take care it doesn’t take your budget with it. Clear purchases with bookkeeping because they may not reimburse all of it.

Sagittarius – Nov. 22-Dec. 21 – Alexander Godunov – Mon. and Tues. are your worst days of the month; you’re tempted to buy peace from an opponent or dissatisfied partner. You know that problems are not solved just by throwing money at them. Everyone feels they are not getting the information they need; make sure all parties are in the loop and ask for patience from all concerned.

Capricorn – Dec. 22-Jan. 19 – George Balanchine – Midweek will be challenging when a partner goes on the warpath. I’ve no idea if this is a business or personal partner, but giving a rose to your spouse Wednesday might be a very good idea. Continue to tweak a new system. It produces results, and tensions ease at work.

Aquarius – Jan. 20-Feb. 17 – Mikhail Baryshnikov – Fri.-Sat. will probably be your worst days of the month. No disasters loom, but I don‘t see you getting the credit you deserve. On the plus side, this month may bring news of that grant from a foundation or fraternal organization. Also your health improves this month, possibly as a result of a sound regimen and good advice taken.

Pisces – Feb. 18-March 19 – Marius Petipa – A great time for Pisces now, especially midweek. Dance particularly gets favorable reviews and national exposure, but other arts too find support in the media. The public might be slow to appreciate new works, preferring classics, so troupes will have their work cut out enticing sales with publicity and performance clips.

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