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Horoscopes (May 1-7)

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SAGITTARIUS: Nov. 21 – Dec. 20

You've finally seen the light. After a long stretch of thinking you had it all figured out, you've gotten out of the box far enough to have a more objective sense of where you stand with the past. This in no way implies that you know what to do next — but at least you're clear about what you don't want. Trying to get back what you thought you lost, or had to give up has been a constant obsession up until now. Think about that. And think about how long it takes for any of us to release what no longer serves us. Be patient, stay in the moment, and let "what's next" unfold naturally.

CAPRICORN: Dec. 21 – Jan. 20

Things have panned out in ways that have made you truly glad you didn't lose track of your faith. It's been a true test of your willingness to let things be. If the last few months have been rough, the corner you just turned is about to show you that life goes better when we let our experience teach us what works and what doesn't. No amount of forcing your will on this situation could have improved it. When it comes to other people and their ideas about where you need to go from here, you knew enough to shut off your control trips — don't succumb to theirs.



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