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Focusing on flames has been a form of meditation since prehistoric times. (Shutterstock)

Free Will Astrology for week of April 8, 2021

Leo, use your talent of harnessing the power of fire to serve you

 

Ironic English singer-songwriter and pop culture icon Morrissey (pictured in Spain in 2014) has said, “It’s so old-fashioned to work.” (Shutterstock)

Free Will Astrology for week of April 1, 2021

A few fun thoughts for April Fools’ Day

 

Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke are pictured the popular “Game of Thrones,” which was censored in China. (Courtesy HBO)

Free Will Astrology for the week of March 25, 2021

Capricorn, do take into account all developments in your own personal drama

 

Biochemist Erwin Chargaff, whose research led to the discovery of DNA’s double helix structure, said, “A person who does not oscillate cannot live,” providing sound advice for Libra. (Shutterstock)

Free Will Astrology for week of March 18, 2021

Libra, take into account the thought that correct answers often are paradoxical and nuanced

Biochemist Erwin Chargaff, whose research led to the discovery of DNA’s double helix structure, said, “A person who does not oscillate cannot live,” providing sound advice for Libra. (Shutterstock)
Most of the world’s apples are descended from numerous varieties grown in Kazakhstan, a metaphor for how Sagittarians could expand their focus. (Shutterstock)

Free Will Astrology for March 11, 2021

Sagittarius may want to explore previously unexamined depth and variety in their lives

Most of the world’s apples are descended from numerous varieties grown in Kazakhstan, a metaphor for how Sagittarians could expand their focus. (Shutterstock)
There were times when English Sagittarian poet William Blake was preoccupied with lofty notions to the neglect of his wife Catherine. (Shutterstock)

Free Will Astrology for week of Feb. 25, 2021

Sagittarius, please consider the possibility of spending more time on earth, and less in paradise

There were times when English Sagittarian poet William Blake was preoccupied with lofty notions to the neglect of his wife Catherine. (Shutterstock)
Writer Margaret Atwood makes expressive requests in her short story “Homelanding.” (Shutterstock)

Free Will Astrology for Feb. 18, 2021

Leo, look into the mysteries of people you care about, as writer Margaret Atwood did in ‘Homelanding’

Writer Margaret Atwood makes expressive requests in her short story “Homelanding.” (Shutterstock)
Cancerian novelist George Sand (1804–1876), also known as Aurore Dupin, apparently got to work writing after erotic exchanges. (Shutterstock)

Free Will Astrology for Feb. 11, 2021

For Cancer, vigorous pleasure will coordinate nicely with hard work

Cancerian novelist George Sand (1804–1876), also known as Aurore Dupin, apparently got to work writing after erotic exchanges. (Shutterstock)
If one tries look a star directly, it fades into invisibility. (Shutterstock)

Free Will Astrology for week of Feb. 4, 2021

Gemini, proceed with the notion that if you want to envision the future, don’t gaze directly

If one tries look a star directly, it fades into invisibility. (Shutterstock)
Capricorn artist Paul Cézanne was known for painstakingly working on detailed still-life paintings. (Shutterstock)

Free Will Astrology for week of Jan. 28, 2021

Capricorn may want to increase focus and be detail-oriented on labors of love

Capricorn artist Paul Cézanne was known for painstakingly working on detailed still-life paintings. (Shutterstock)
Aquarius, take note of poet Emily Dickinson’s comment, “My business is circumference,” meaning her calling was to be in quest of awe and sublimity. (Shutterstock)

Free Will Astrology for week of Jan. 21, 2021

It’s time for Aquarius to expand and elevate their minds, hearts and souls

Aquarius, take note of poet Emily Dickinson’s comment, “My business is circumference,” meaning her calling was to be in quest of awe and sublimity. (Shutterstock)
Although Scorpio philosopher and writer Albert Camus said some people “expend tremendous energy merely to be normal,” Scorpios are advised to revel in being individual and unconventional. (Shutterstock)

Free Will Astrology for Jan. 14, 2021

Scorpios celebrating unconventionality in coming weeks will have enhanced health, sharpened wits

Although Scorpio philosopher and writer Albert Camus said some people “expend tremendous energy merely to be normal,” Scorpios are advised to revel in being individual and unconventional. (Shutterstock)
While Taureans aren’t likely to become as rich as George Clooney (pictured in 2016’s “Hail, Caesar!”), 2021 is a good year for them to set their sights on their finances. (Courtesy Universal)

Free Will Astrology for Jan. 7, 2021

Taurus, it’s a favorable time to set in motion a master plan for financial stability

While Taureans aren’t likely to become as rich as George Clooney (pictured in 2016’s “Hail, Caesar!”), 2021 is a good year for them to set their sights on their finances. (Courtesy Universal)
In coming months, Virgo may want to take note of singer-songwriter Pink’s lyric, “You can’t move mountains by whispering at them.” (Courtesy Sølve Sundsbø)

Free Will Astrology for Dec. 31, 2020

Virgo, upcoming days are not the time to be mild-mannered … be robust and loud

In coming months, Virgo may want to take note of singer-songwriter Pink’s lyric, “You can’t move mountains by whispering at them.” (Courtesy Sølve Sundsbø)
Gene Wilder, right, with Clevon Little in the hilarious “Blazing Saddles,” cultivated comedy skills as youngster trying to make his mother, who had health problems, laugh; Virgo might also make something positive out of a challenge. (Courtesy Warner Bros.)

Free Will Astrology for week of Dec. 24, 2020

A challenging situation will inspire Virgo in ways that generate a blessing

Gene Wilder, right, with Clevon Little in the hilarious “Blazing Saddles,” cultivated comedy skills as youngster trying to make his mother, who had health problems, laugh; Virgo might also make something positive out of a challenge. (Courtesy Warner Bros.)
Leos can benefit from lessons learned by Ariana Grande, who had Japanese characters tattooed on her palm that she thought corresponded with sentiments in her song “7 Rings,” but in actuality did not. (Courtesy photo)

Free Will Astrology for week of Dec. 17, 2020

Leo, express your creativity and innovative spirit with good planning and discernment

Leos can benefit from lessons learned by Ariana Grande, who had Japanese characters tattooed on her palm that she thought corresponded with sentiments in her song “7 Rings,” but in actuality did not. (Courtesy photo)
Scorpios in need of healing may want to use restorative mistletoe as a symbolic power object in coming months. (Shutterstock)

Free Will Astrology for week of Dec. 10, 2020

Scorpio will deal with potencies and energies that could potentially be problematic

Scorpios in need of healing may want to use restorative mistletoe as a symbolic power object in coming months. (Shutterstock)
Pisces Justin Bieber, who famously challenged Tom Cruise to a martial arts fight in 2019, then backed down, might very well prevail if the contest were carried out today. (Courtesy Mike Rosenthal)

Free Will Astrology for the week of Dec. 3, 2020

Pisceans are at their peak of power and prowess

Pisces Justin Bieber, who famously challenged Tom Cruise to a martial arts fight in 2019, then backed down, might very well prevail if the contest were carried out today. (Courtesy Mike Rosenthal)
It’s recommended that Aquarians don’t act like alpine swifts, which have been known to fly 200 days without landing; rather, they should stay way down to earth. (Shutterstock photo)

Free Will Astrology for the week of Nov. 26, 2020

Aries, take stock of exploring frontiers outside your comfort zone

It’s recommended that Aquarians don’t act like alpine swifts, which have been known to fly 200 days without landing; rather, they should stay way down to earth. (Shutterstock photo)
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Free Will Astrology for the Week of Nov. 19, 2020

By Rob Brezsny ARIES (March 21-April 19): Back in 1974, poet Allen…

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