Cosmic Q: February 26, 2013 – March 4, 2013
Aries (March 21—April 19) Aries, your card for the week is the 2 of Wands. This card reminds you of your true power, which belongs to the universe. When you allow this flow through you, you will feel like you can accomplish anything. If you are in a position of power, be careful not to let it overwhelm you.
Taurus (April 20—May 20) Taurus, your card for the week is The Hanged Man. This week you may find yourself floating in a sea of boredom. You are trying to break through a frozen state, which may be due to repetitive behaviors. Try doing something differently.
Gemini (May 21—June 20) Gemini, your card for the week is the Six of Cups. Emotional pleasures are in your favor. Let go of thoughts of disappointment and be receptive of renewing energies.
Cancer (June 21—July 22) Cancer, your card for the week is the Ace of Swords. Your intellectual capacities may be challenged this week. This is a good week to focus on your originality and work through your innovations.
Leo (July 23—August 22) Your card for the week is The Magician. Communication is an important issue this week. Allow yourself to listen carefully and think before you speak.
Virgo (August 23—September 22) Virgo, you card for the week is the Three of Wands. This week calls you to be honest to yourself and others. Step back and ask yourself how the present fits into a larger picture of life. This card asks you to embrace forward thinking and trust your intuitions.
Libra (September 23—October 22) Libra, your card for the week is the Nine of Cups. There are reasons to feel happy and satisfied. This are going well for you this week, but remember you may be tempted to over indulge yourself.
Scorpio (October 23—November 21) Scorpio, your card for the week is the Seven of Cups. You may find yourself facing an array of choices. Sometimes having too many options might lead to disorganization and procrastination. This card reminds you to focus on your goals, back up your plans with effort, and commit.
Sagittarius (November 22—December 21) Your card for the week is the Ten of Swords. This card conjures up images of powerlessness and paralysis. Things might not be going so well this week and you may find yourself mentally drained, but you can expect things to get better shortly.
Capricorn (December 22—January 19) Your card for the week is the Six of Wands. You may have received the recognition you desired after working hard toward a goal. It is important to feel good about your accomplishments, but this card reminds you to be considerate of others and not go down the path of arrogance.
Aquarius (January 20—February 18) Your card for the week is the Four of Swords. This card asks you to give yourself a break and let your body heal. You may be craving solitude. Perhaps you are getting over a cold or recovering from a broken relationship. Nevertheless, meditation and stillness may provide you with the perspective you need.
Pisces (February 19—March 20) Pisces, your card for the week is The World – one of the most positive cards to receive in a reading. Everything is going well. You are realizing your goals, achieving balance in all aspects of your life, and having the luxury of feeling fulfilled.
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Aries (March 21—April 19) Your card for the week is The Hierophant. This card suggests that conformity is a prevalent theme in your week. You might struggle to showcase your individuality in a new setting. You might feel like you have to pretend to play straight to be taken seriously. Losing this freedom, even temporarily, [...]April 15, 2013
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