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Free Will Astrology: your weekly horoscope from January 19 to 25 | Free Will Astrology | Orlando


ARIES (March 21-April 19): In October 2021, the Vancouver Canucks hockey team faced the Seattle Kraken team in a Seattle arena. A fan named Nadia Popovici noticed that Canucks equipment manager Brian Hamilton had an irregular mole on the back of his neck, possibly cancerous. She found a way to share her observation with him, encouraging him to consult a doctor. In the days that followed, Hamilton sought medical attention and discovered that the mole was indeed in an early stage of melanoma. He had it removed. In the spirit of this inspiring story, Aries, I invite you to tell the people in your life things they should know but don’t yet know – not just what might be difficult, but also what is. energizing and interesting. Be their compassionate counselor, their agent of divine intervention.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Jamaican-Canadian songwriter and artist Kreesha Turner isn’t a mega-star like Beyoncé or Rihanna, but she’s had a successful music career. What is the secret of his constant creative output? Here’s what she said: “I like to surround myself with people who are the best at what they do. My idea is that I want to be a sponge and absorb everything they teach, experience their energy, seeing them in their element and having the opportunity to ask them questions.” The coming year will be one of the best times in your life to emulate his strategy, Taurus. And now is the perfect time to formulate plans to get there.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Gemini author Lisa Cron says that when we tell a story, we should give each successive scene “new information, rather than rehashing things we already know. Never tell us the same fact twice. Because it’s boring and stops the flow of the story. Never tell us the same thing twice. Because it’s boring and it stops the flow of the story.” In accordance with the astrological omens, Gemini, I suggest you apply this advice to everything you say and do in the next three weeks. Don’t repeat yourself. Go straight. Invite novelty. Cultivate surprises and unpredictability.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): Years ago, I reluctantly gave up my music career. Doing so was sad and difficult. But it allowed me to devote a lot more time and energy to improving my writing skills. I published books and developed a large following. I’m glad I did. Here’s another redemptive sacrifice I made earlier in my life: I gave up the chaotic pleasure of seeking endless new romantic adventures so I could commit to a relationship with one particular woman. In doing so, I learned so much more about how to be a soulful human. I’m glad I did. Is there potentially a comparable pivot in your life, dear cancer friend? If so, the weeks and months ahead will be a good time to take action.

LEO (July 23-August 22): Lion actress Claudia Christian has appeared in more than 50 films, many of them in the science fiction genre. She played a variety of roles in films with more conventional themes. But what about sci-fi stuff? She said, “Apparently I’ve been typecast: I’m a bisexual Russian Jewish telepath. If Christian came to me for astrological advice right now, I would suggest that the coming months will be a great time for her and all of you Leos to free yourselves from all the lockers you’ve been stuck in. Escape the mold! Create niches that allow you to express your entire repertoire.

VIRGO (August 23-September 22): The coming weeks will be a good time to meditate on your work and your vocation, and the differences there may be between your work and your vocation. In fact, I view this as a phase where you can invoke transformative revelations about how you earn your living and the useful services you provide to your fellow human beings. For inspiration, read this quote from photographer Margaret Bourke-White: “Even if you are very serious about your work, you must approach it with a sense of freedom and joy; you must be loose, like an athlete relaxed. ”

LIBRA (Sep 23-Oct 22): The author Marguerite Yourcenar wrote: “All happiness is a work of art: the slightest error falsifies it, the slightest hesitation alters it, the slightest heaviness spoils it, the slightest stupidity stupefies it. If what she says is true, that’s bad news, isn’t it? She gives the impression that cultivating joy and well-being is a superhuman skill that few of us can hope to master. Personally, I’m not as rigorous as Yourcenar in my ideas of what is needed to generate happiness. But like her, I think we have to work on it. It doesn’t necessarily come easily and naturally. Most of us have never learned how to cultivate happiness, so we must train ourselves to do so and practice diligently. The good news, Libra, is that the coming weeks will be a great time to improve your happiness skills.

SCORPIO (23 Oct-21 Nov): In 1891, a cultural organization commissioned Scorpion sculptor Auguste Rodin to create a statue of beloved French author Honoré de Balzac. The piece was supposed to be done in 18 months, but it wasn’t. For seven years Rodin toiled, producing more than 50 studies before finally finishing the piece. It should come as no surprise, then, that one of its mottos is “Patience is also a form of action”. I recommend a Rodin-like patience in the weeks to come, Scorpion. Yours will be rewarded long before seven years have passed.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22-Dec 21): “I’m ashamed to confess that I have nothing to confess,” wrote author Fanny Burney. Actress Jennifer Lawrence said: “I started writing an apology, but I have nothing to say for which I am sorry.” I appoint these two souls to be your role models for the weeks to come. In my astrological opinion, you are currently as immune to karmic boomerangs as possible. Your level of guilt is abnormally low. As far as I know, you are relatively free to have to answer for the past or to defend your actions. How do you plan to make the most of this grace period?

CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19): “New truths become evident when new tools become available,” said Nobel Prize-winning medical physicist Rosalyn Sussman Yalow (1921-2011). She was referring to developments in science and technology, but I think her idea applies to our personal lives as well. And it turns out, in my astrological opinion, that the next few weeks will be a good time for you to acquire new tools that will ultimately lead you to discover new truths.

AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18): Self-help teachers and New Age gurus like to use metaphors about opening doors. They provide plenty of advice that encourages us to knock on doors, look for doors that are only a little open, find keys to unlock doors, and even break down doors. I will not follow their example in this horoscope. In my opinion, the days ahead are a great time for you to listen to author Paulo Coelho’s contrary advice: “Close some doors today. Not out of pride, inability or arrogance, but simply because they don’t lead nowhere.” Once you complete this mission, Aquarius, I think you’ll start to find some interesting new doors to open.

PISCES (February 19-March 20): In 2017, Piscean director Jordan Peele released his first film, get out. It was a hit with critics and audiences. A year later, Peele became the first black screenwriter to win the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. Upon accepting the Oscar, he said, “I stopped writing this movie about 20 times because I thought it was impossible.” Personally, I’m glad Peele didn’t give up on his dream. Here’s a reason: it will serve as a great role model for you throughout 2022. As you reinvent yourself, Pisces, don’t give up on moving forward with perseverance, courage, and the pursuit of what’s most fun. .