Libra: Career & Finance
2012: Libra Career
The cosmic taskmaster, Saturn, takes his final run in your constellation until October. Use the first 10 months of the year to perfect your relationship with time, your integrity and your value system. Work and collaboration are the prime focusese for the first six months. You love to team up in all affairs, but business is always a bit tricky to navigate when it comes to the balance of give-and-take. If you haven't figured out what doesn't work for you, let Saturn show you the way. When Saturn moves into your money sector in October, focus on how to rebuild your resources wisely. If you haven't done so already, now is the year to weed out all projects that waste your time and reap little reward. Too much output with little payback has to become a thing of the past.
This is the year to expand your horizons, Libra. If 2011 was the year of deepening your commitment, 2012 is your year to go beyond comfort zones. There is a whole world of creative potential waiting for you, and all you have to do is grab the brass ring. With Neptune returning to your work sector in February, you're being called to cultivate a more soulful attitude toward your daily process. If you can dream it, you can become it! Let your dreams and your imagination be your guide. No longer can you get away with putting off doing what you love without a huge sack of guilt hanging over your head. You may be more drawn to music, film, fashion and photography than ever before.
Communication plays a vital part in your professional projects this year. With the eclipse patterns activating your sector of correspondence, you'll be asked to choose your words even more carefully than normal. Watch for blunt language and putting your foot in your mouth, especially during the summer months.
A lunar eclipse underlines the need for better communication. You'll want to make a stronger effort to stay in touch with people in the weeks ahead. You'll get a lot of info in return, much of which you should take with a grain of salt.
You have to use this day's great energy to re-balance your various people and projects. It should be easy to handle all of this stuff, but you do have to tackle it all with a bit more thoughtfulness.
Flipping through the food channels can stir up an appetite even when you're not physically hungry, especially if you're watching one of those travelogue shows. Turn off the TV and go for a walk or read a book instead.
Calculate the fiscal impact of your style choices. You love that silk cami, for example, but will 'dry-clean only' mean big bucks down the road? How much will it cost to maintain chunky highlights? Look beyond the moment.