Cosmic Q: Your Reading’s for Jan 14 – 20, 2013
Aries (March 21—April 19) If you have been feeling down recently, it is important to allow yourself time to grief. Ignoring the sorrow will not alleviate the pain. To move forward, fully experience the pain so you can move beyond it. The 3 of Swords points to the importance of paying attention to our pain, but it is also a reminder to not wallow in it for too long.
Taurus (April 20—May 20) Your card for the week is The Magician. The Magician is shown casting a spell with the symbol for infinity floating above his head. This card is an examination of synergy and potential in making wishes come true. It is the perfect card for accomplishing your goals. Create the world you want.
Gemini (May 21—June 20) Unexpected information will be delivered to you this week. Your card for the week is the Knight of Swords. Swords represent thoughts and words. The knight brings an element of surprise. A boss or friend might bring forth some form of criticism that will catch you off guard.
Cancer (June 21—July 22) Your efforts will not be wasted, in case you’re wondering. The 7 of Pentacles predicts that you will see the fruits of your labor. Your diligence and hard work will bring you success this week.
Leo (July 23—August 22) Your card for the week is the 8 of swords. You may have experienced some confusion and a lack of direction. It is okay to not fully understand what is happening, but it is not okay to feel powerless. You may feel restricted, but remember that you do have choices.
Virgo (August 23—September 22) The Wheel of Fortune spins on your behalf this week. Don’t be alarmed by change or the unknown. This is a great card for the future because opportunities you may not have expected will arise. Seize them.
Libra (September 23—October 22) Your card for this week is the Knight of Wands. The Knight represents delivery. His fiery costume symbolizes speed. This week will be a great week of creative development. You will feel confident and imaginative. It will be a great time to complete ongoing process or create new ones.
Scorpio (October 23—November 21) Your card for the week is the Queen of Swords, which indicates decision-making. Let this card remind you that sometimes decisions are necessary. It is also a card that signifies intuition. Use your intuition to make the right choice.
Sagittarius (November 22—December 21) The Knight of Pentacles represents earthly responsibilities. You may find yourself needing to be patient this week to accomplish the amount of tasks you have at hand. You may not enjoy the mundane activities, but continue what you are doing and you will make progress. This is a great card for following through with your New Years resolutions. Follow a routine and take charge of the situation.
Capricorn (December 22—January 19) Your card for the week is the Two of Pentacles, which depicts an individual tossing two conflicting interests. This is a week about balance and opposing desires. Life is uncertain and demanding at times, but you can find the effort needed to produce balance.
Aquarius (January 20—February 18) Good planning will help diffuse any upcoming tension. There will be some sort of disruptive event this week that will bring the fierce out of you. The 9 of Wands helps prepare us for upcoming battles. If you can anticipate the argument or fight, you can potentially avoid it or come to a better resolution.
Pisces (February 19—March 20) Your card for this week is the Queen of Pentacles. The Queen reminds us to be compassionate and practical when it comes to dealing with daily circumstances. Be calm in your interactions with others and deal with issues as they arise. The solution to help your present circumstances would be quite simple.
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