Pisces: Career & Finance
2012: Pisces Career
You're looking at the big picture in assessing your career needs for 2012. You've been so immersed in the details of daily life that you've almost forgotten to pause and ask yourself if you're fulfilled. The last of the eclipses to hit your career sector for another 14 or so years arrives in June to give you that final push. You realize that you can no longer separate your soul's passion from your work. You've got too many artistic and mystical gifts to just plod along in survival mode, playing the savior for others at the expense of your own soul. You can be of service in a way that makes you want to get out of bed in the morning. Help does not have to mean suffering and martyrdom. It's time to celebrate all your talents and put your vision into action. Sometimes you're too subtle and invisible for your own good. Why are you hiding? This year holds big expectations for your potential.
You've got the angelic influence of the planets on your side this year. Use this beneficient time to make your dreams a reality. This is what you do best, Pisces, since life is more like a dreamscape or art film to you anyway. If life became too ordinary in 2011, it's time to change your script in 2012. What did you really come into this world to do? With Neptune moving back into your sign in February, many messages will come to you in the form of intimations, epiphanies and other pieces of synchronicity. Take everything as it comes without second-guessing or doubt. You won't need your intellect too much this year, as you'll be operating under sheer heart and intuition. Trust that you're exactly where the Universe wants you to be!
Things can get complicated today, but only if you let them. Avoid all gossipy co-workers, even if it means you must eat lunch on your own. You have a lot of work on your desk anyway, which you'll easily clear taking the files one by one.
A supervisor or teacher throws a fit over something that seems laughably small to you. That doesn't mean you're in the right, but you should be able to see things clearly enough to adjust.
If they gave out Oscars for 'best freakout,' you'd win it after your performance today. Divert the need to explode by visiting a Korean ramen house and ordering up some dae gu poljim. You'll be too busy savoring the garlic and sweating from chilies to be a drama queen.
Posture makes perfect -- learn to hold your head up high and walk straight. Take a class in ballet, yoga, tai chi or Pilates. When you carry yourself with elegance and pride, you'll find that your clothes fit better and other elements of style fall right into place.