Second Week October 2007

October 14, 2007 at 1:00 pm

The week can find many of us caught in contentious exchanges over how best to accomplish a goal. Yet this is a fertile time for constructive and creative innovations. Do all your regular shopping before the weekend as it will be crazy then, and you will just return most of it anyway when it doesn’t match or fit when you get it home. Instead of shopping, spend a little time on a New Moon affirmation: this one is called “The Divine Abodes”:
May all living beings have happiness and the causes of happiness. May we all be free from suffering and the causes of suffering. May we always rejoice in the happiness of others. May we abide in equanimity, free from attachment and aversion.

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 – Buddy Ebsen – A community theatre project that puts on a classic play will be favored, especially Monday. Midweek are your worst days this month – loan, banking or insurance matters suffer glitches. Personally, it seems like you went into overdrive last week and now you’re being told to wait. Spinning your wheels is not your style at all. This is why you always like to have your own projects to work on when customers put you on hold.

Taurus – April 20-May 20 – Margot Fonteyn – Digging down, way down for the meaning behind earth myths can provide creative material for you. Stories like Persephone, torn between her mother Demeter and Hades, have provided an avenue for many levels of meaning and understanding. It explains the seasons, and it also inspires a personal renaissance after a period of seclusion. The weekend does not favor you; sleep on decisions or consult with advisors.

Gemini – May 21-June 20 – Henry LeTang – Your skill at thinking on your feet comes in handy this week. Make sure you have your reports ready for the boss, but check online to see if any relevant news bulletins have been posted. Career matters are progressing better than you think, even if you are left to hold the fort alone at times. Your partner is a tremendous boon to you thru mid-December, especially at getting you favorable press attention. Show your appreciation.

Cancer – June 21-July 22 – Gower Champion – You go into beaver mode, busy at work and play and home, especially home. An earthy friend inspires you to honor the seasons by attending or engaging in harvest activities. Kids and creative projects all keep you running this month with unplanned emergencies – nothing major! But you may have to chat with the principal of the school regarding backup contacts.

Leo – July 23-Aug. 22 – Mata Hari – The keyword now is caution, and I know you don’t like to hear anyone tell you to be cautious. But I hope you have a Plan B if transportation or other issues arise. Strikes that do not affect you directly still affect you indirectly. The good news is that your backer is excited about a progressive project, provided that the needed labor is contracted for.

Virgo – Aug. 23-Sept. 22 – Thierry Sirou – Someone calls in your marker for a favor. There is the opportunity for some creative dickering over the terms, so be flexible. You are not in as strong a position to negotiate as you might wish; taking a male friend to vouch for you might be a good idea. On the creative front, Virgo is associated with textile arts. Take a class in weaving or knitting, investigate raising sheep; one woman even spun her dog’s shed hair into yarn.

Libra – Sept. 23-Oct. 22 – Ben Vereen – You find needed materials in a seemingly fated way, possibly through chance meetings. Post a ‘wish list’ in the lunchroom Mon., and on Craig’s List too. In fact, I recommend writing a wish list Thurs. of things you want to accomplish this month; let it incubate. Intent is a powerful force in itself. The 9-10-11 are your best days in Oct. Computing updates are on the agenda; systematically shore up security’s weakest links. Software that lets you play improves your newsletters and creates joy.

Scorpio – Oct. 23-Nov. 21 – Savion Glover – Friday and the weekend provide your best days of the month – Research and investigations unearth findings that change the whole strategy of a case. Go back for second interviews; I am sure that more probing questions will turn up useful information. Classic works find favor this weekend whether presented as written or updated. PS – The grant money may dry up if you wait too long – make follow-up calls. Tips for the month: Back up everything, save receipts, don’t delete, have a Plan B.

Sagittarius – Nov. 22-Dec. 21 – June Taylor – Innovation is on your mind this week, and possibly you latch on to creative breakthroughs tailored to your needs. Monday and Tuesday are best for presenting or installing new approaches. Messages can mysteriously get mis-delivered so get in the habit of following up. Your life rather resembles an arcade game this month, with you hitting tilt and jackpot, etc. All these chills and thrills provide great material for your next project.

Capricorn – Dec. 22-Jan. 19 – Alvin Ailey – Homemaking may be your best outlet for creativity this month. I picture you putting up food for the winter, canning and freezing, in a frenzy of domesticity. The orange tree in back yields gallons of marmalade, which you swap for eggs, goat cheese or homemade wine. The gentleman farmer thing was good enough for Jefferson, and it appeals to you, too. You like being self-reliant. Also visit to touch base with Ceres, the goddess of the harvest.

Aquarius – Jan. 20-Feb. 17 – Gregory Hines – Your dreams seem to take on a life of their own now, rejuvenated as they are by this month’s New Moon. You can gain a partner, possibly a brotherly type, at month’s end. Be clear on what you want to accomplish with this new venture. Career matters get put on hold or re-evaluated. Get things down on signed contracts before Friday if you are what you want, otherwise you will be waiting weeks for a resolution.

Pisces – Feb. 18-March 19 – Tommy Tune – Your urge to innovate and renovate is keen now, and proposals may be pitched this week. Making the sale may be difficult, as you may have to offer a trial period or do other tweaks to make your system work with their format. Help arrives in the form of a legal or other advocate. This advocate can make relatively quick work of labor or other disputes if you are willing to back up anything he or she proposes.


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