TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Over the next couple months, you'll be playing host to a bombardment of strange instantaneous messages, cryptic epiphanies, irrational (but no less valid) awarenesses of certain situations being so very 'right' or equally 'wrong', and/or other lightning-fast injections of wisdom from other entities and dimensions. Yes, that sounds terribly un-Taurean, doesn't it? You are, after all, a sign of pragmatic-minded conservatism: 'Show me a tangible example, or I'm not likely to buy in.' In the short term, Taurus, you're going to have to override that strain of disbelief… if only because you're likely to receive unambiguous (but not exactly fact-driven) psychic clues about where your next best chances for advantageous growth are waiting, and who/what likely needs to be expelled from your life in order to take full advantage. For now, don't argue with my proposition that such knowledge can uncannily present itself, in the guise of otherworldly experience. (I told you: Suspend disbelief.) Pay close respectful attention to: daydreams and nocturnal visions; voices in your head; people, places or themes that repeatedly recur in unrelated contexts; and/or thoughts that make you inexplicably exuberant or despondent. Should you find a dearth of such experiences, literally pray for a sign. You're in a decidedly receptive limbo, gathering the nuts of enlightenment you'll rely on when manifestation begins in later-May or June.
Well, that sounds interesting. Sounds like my usual witchy experience... but too bad this isn't my rising sign horoscope (i.e. more likely to happen). I'd prefer this one because I could use the messages.
SCORPIO (October 23-November 21): Don't permit your workdays to drain your soul, Scorpio. Contrary to what you might tell yourself in low or frustrating moments, it's probably not the work itself that's wearing you down… and may merely be the manner in which you've organized the hours in your day. Be creative with scheduling, unconventional with methods, and responsive to your own bodily beats. There's more than one way to get something done, so why not choose the one that leaves you feeling fresh? Yes, of course, you might be in a situation where such freedoms appear unlikely or altogether unavailable. Is this a situation to settle for, all the while putting your literal physical well-being at risk? That's right: Freer expression in your day-to-day energy expenditures is currently an undeniable rallying-cry to heed on behalf of good health. Holding back what works best for you, to squeeze out productivity according to somebody else's time-management strategies, leads to pent-up life-force—a recipe for eventual illness, injury, anxiety or poor fitness. Make an attempt at having any requisite reorganization conversations, rather than presuming defeat before you've even tried. And if it's already a decided no-go, start contemplating whether this steady grind is worth ignoring your innate rhythms for.
I have a job where creative scheduling is absolutely not allowed (yes, even if I had a talking-to to someone about it, they're not allowing it any more and even when they did, it was for a required pay cut, not "can I work later or earlier at the same money") at this point in time. Hah, NO. Yes, that would be nice in spring to be able to haul out a laptop and go outside to work, but come on.
What annoys me is that this thing makes it sound like I'm going to get desperately sick if I don't get a flex time work schedule. Come on. 8-5 doesn't kill most people. And yes, I do think the grind is worth having the steady money instead of having a job that lets me be free, FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!
I get really effing annoyed at this whole "You will want to be freeeeeee at your work!" crap for Uranus in Aries. Call me crazy, but I don't think having less or no pay so I can be freeeeeeeeeee is not freeing. I don't consider it freeing to have to worry about every penny, thanks. I think it's freeeeeeing that I can go to the grocery store and not be sweating bullets about how much money I'm spending, or that I can spontaneously decide to start a new craft project and not have to sweat bullets about that either.
Grrrrrrrrr. I hate Uranus in Aries.