Michael Lutin is keeping it short: (not a permalink)
TAURUS AND TAURUS RISING
LET THE PROSPECT OF PROSPERITY BE STRONGER THAN SELF-CRITICISM
OR SELF-ABUSE (THE BAD KIND).
SCORPIO AND SCORPIO RISING
A RARE COMBINATION OF THE PASSION OF ADVENTURE
AND THE ADVENTURE OF PASSION.
Yeah... I am definitely in that funk that the last one mentions. I am so utterly stuck and overwhelmed that I can't see a way out.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Please start getting used to this mushrooming degree of social interactivity. Not only is your increased presence as casual companion, chit-chat partner, brainstorming contributor, friendly devil's advocate, and all-around member of the local chorus continuing to be deeply desired amongst your immediate scene, Taurus, but it's also a sign of things to come. Much of your best luck, in the months ahead, is likely to present itself circumstantially, serendipitously, based upon your stumbling into the place where the right people will just happen to be talking about the right thing at the right time, opening up avenues which otherwise would've been inaccessible to you had someone not happened to made such mention. Of course, none of this will just 'happen' if you don't continually situate yourself in the social environments necessary for such serendipity. Should you feel that faint (or less-than-faint) intuitive sensation of knowing, without rhyme or reason, that you should be out-and-about, joining along, saying yes to the invitation, doing your reading or writing in a local coffeehouse or watering-hole (rather than home, alone, again), please please follow that feeling. Give it a try this week, and repeatedly, for the next year or so.
SCORPIO (October 23-November 21): A cloud, which has been casting a certain all-encompassing shadow over your view on everything (whether by coloring the facts in too blindingly an either unrealistic or depressive tone), is really starting to lift. And along with it, Scorpio, your feelings on just what's possible for you in the foreseeable future should also be lifting… but only if you actually look out on the horizon, way ahead of where you are right now, and see exactly what it is out there that stirs a giddy excitement in your tum-tum. The biggest danger in how you engage this now-in-effect transition—and, therefore, the biggest threat to that rise in mood that's due you—stems from the possibility of your having become so habituated to this particular filter that you forget to explore your options, resigned to things apparently always continuing along this trajectory (or is it a rut?) they've been on (or stuck in?). Please remember you have choices… many more, perhaps, than you're even aware of. The worst lens through which you could presently view your life is that you're in any way stuck. I would much rather you feel slightly overwhelmed by the possibilities than boxed in by a single circumstance. From the overwhelm, you can begin to hear your heart singing more loudly and clearly once again.