Pisces
  February 19– March 20
  Daily stars for today 03 June 2015

Everybody is influenced by the retrograde Mercury, simply because everybody has to communicate. However, because it's accenting family and domestic matters, what would otherwise be simple issues could turn into discussions as illuminating as they are lengthy. While they're time consuming, regard them as an investment in these relationships.
 Pisces
  February 19– March 20
  Your stars for the week beginning 31 May 2015


 Pisces
  February 19– March 20
  Your monthly stars for June

Events may be unsettling but theyíre only breaking up restrictive arrangements, or so your sharp instincts tell you. However, not everybody will have sensed that, which means youíll need to reassure others, at least until the promised breakthroughs arise in mid June. Meanwhile, devote your time to undoing increasingly unproductive alliances. This may seem cold and uncaring, but itís time for everybody involved to move on, including you. Better yet, this frees you to pursue once distant dreams. They could now become reality.
 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. Youíre ready to give serious thought to what would work and what doesnít and, equally, youíre 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 yearís 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 youíre somewhat uncomfortable being on the receiving end. Learn to say yes. It isnít just about how youíll 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 youíll 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 Itís 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. Youíll be glad you did.
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