Pisces
  February 19– March 20
  Daily stars for today 02 April 2015

Usually you know when major changes are in the air long before others are aware what's coming. Not only is that the case now, the shakeups that accompany Saturday's eclipsed Full Moon influence everybody, so are worth discussing in advance. The more these matters are aired, the fewer surprises there'll be.
 Pisces
  February 19– March 20
  Your stars for the week beginning 29 March 2015


 Pisces
  February 19– March 20
  Your monthly stars for April

During the past several months you've been conducting an extensive review of your life, alliances, achievements and what remains undone. Now, as April begins, you've already put some plans into action but are weighing up others. Take it slowly, since the foundation on which many are based is itself shifting. Where facts are lacking, your intuition is your best ally. Just remember, don't discuss this strategy with others. Not everybody understands, or trusts, these feelings. Besides, soon events will prove how right you were.
 Pisces
  February 19– March 20
  Your year to come 2015

After a period when shifting circumstances or, perhaps, your own lack of direction has led to confusion, suddenly everything is clear. This is partly due to having the sensible Saturn accenting the structure of your life for the next two years. You’re ready to give serious thought to what would work and what doesn’t and, equally, you’re eager to make commitments. Add forthright Mars, in Pisces from 12 January to 20 February, and the year starts with decisive thinking and action. Just ensure arrangements are flexible enough that, as exciting events, especially during the year’s second half, broaden your horizons dramatically, you can rethink your plans. Love and Relationships Those closest are both in a position and delighted to give you a hand. Yet you’re somewhat uncomfortable being on the receiving end. Learn to say yes. It isn’t just about how you’ll benefit. It will mean so much to others. Finances and Work Often progress means making plans, even crucial ones, while still short of facts. While you’ll have to do this frequently, ensure you go back and deal with practical and financial matters. This gives you the flexibility to explore yet creates a stable foundation. Health and Well Being It’s easy to get so caught up in imposing order on plans and getting organised that you exhaust yourself. During periods of swift and dramatic change, try to become accustomed to leaving things undone. Learn to take regular breaks. You’ll be glad you did.
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