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For February 2012

Last Updated: 02/24/2019 6:21 pm
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Focus on your health. The potential problem I see is stress. However, I also see an opportunity to cultivate habits and patterns of living that open the way to your vitality and longevity. Your best window of opportunity for this endeavor is from now through mid-April, when the influential planet Mars treks backward in Virgo. Let’s start with stress—which in this case seems to be a study in how you handle obstacles created by the need for attention to details. If you’re experiencing any kind of a setback, view it as an opportunity to solve a lot of seemingly minor issues that you want to work out anyway, only now you have an excuse. The whole theme of “rethinking” is one that will help you relax into a truly creative space, which will be good for you. As for wellness opportunities—the story boils down to remembering that you exist in physical form, and physical activity is good for you; indeed, it’s essential to keeping your psychic energy in balance. You have so much voltage running through you at the moment that balance and clarity count for extra. I suggest you start by unraveling or undoing habits you don’t want—such as subtracting certain foods from your diet—and then gradually shift your momentum into what you consciously want to establish or create. This is a simple formula. As you liberate stuck energy and aggravating factors, more of your vital force becomes available for creative purposes.

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