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Lovers’ Full Moon

Libra is the sign of partnerships of all kinds, and especially lovers. The full reflection of the Aries sun in this Libra moon will be mirrored in the way we reflect the inner light of those close to us. To be seen — really seen — is a gift that can be counted among life’s great treasures. Much will be revealed as partners face each other and communicate.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). Ask for help today whether or not you think you need it. You can avoid stress down the line by setting yourself on an easier path. Those most likely to say yes: Taurus and Virgo.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Would you rather have bagfuls of trinkets and heaps of treats, or one big, important trophy? How you spend your day today will answer that question truthfully.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). The full moon in your fellow air sign brings a swirl of social activity. You’re outgoing in most situations, though today’s fresh set of circumstances could have you momentarily stunned tonight.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). Your giving, expressive and responsible mood could inspire you to go a bit overboard. Avoid apologizing for something that is really not your fault or assuming ownership of another person’s problem.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). As you take in a mighty swirl of full moon energy, you’ll be reminded of what people see in you. The knowledge will be reassuring, humbling, gratifying and interesting all at once.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Once you surrender to the chaos of your social scene, you’ll rather enjoy being in the presence of uncontrollable people. And you can always leave if things get too crazy.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). How could you better work with the people who love you? How could you better love the people who work with you? These questions and more will be answered today.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). “Follow your heart” seems like good advice, but it only works if you know what the voice of your heart really sounds like. It’s easily confused with the voice of ego.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). This is not a good time to launch anything. Rather, it’s a good time to stand back and see what has launched itself into your world. The landings might be a bit messy, but they will be equally interesting.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). There is no such thing as lending today, so you’d be wise to give only that which you don’t expect to be returned. Karma doesn’t like old-school accounting. It always comes back around using a new-school algorithm.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Are people who they say they are? That’s just one of the questions you’ll be answering amid the strange social twists and turns of the day. It wouldn’t hurt to do some fact checking.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Congratulations! Your weirdness is perfectly in line with the weirdness of others. You’ll all celebrate that under the full moon, and in a strange twist of events, “weird” will turn into “normal.”

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (March 27). You may have been “hot and cold” in regards to your work last year, but a new sense of constancy and purpose takes hold, and work will have the feeling of an epic quest. You’ll love the people you meet next month, and one takes a special position in your life. Prizes are won in May and July. June brings access to a club. Sagittarius and Virgo people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 30, 1, 11, 13 and 5.

CELEBRATE THE LIBRA FULL MOON: The Libra full moon is love in full bloom. Here’s how to use its energy to get more love flowing through your life. ARIES: Remind yourself that because you are a loving person, you give without expectation of getting anything in return. TAURUS: Do the beautiful thing you would do if this were Earth’s last night. GEMINI: Consider the miles of life experiences your love has walked, and be in awe. CANCER: Dump a grudge. It will be easy now. LEO: Bless all that is complicated in another person. Those parts are loveable, too. VIRGO: You’ve been critical of yourself, and this hardens your heart. Counteract it by remembering your own good deeds. LIBRA: As you prepare a meal to share, infuse it with your love. SCORPIO: Write a note from the heart. SAGITTARIUS: Every relationship comes with its share of mixed feelings, but if you want, you can replace the not so awesome feelings so there is only love. CAPRICORN: Ask the universe to set you free from the thoughts that make your heart feel contracted and hard. Open yourself to joy. AQUARIUS: Try to understand what your love yearns for, and think about how you might provide that. PISCES: Don’t worry about passion just yet. Start with compassion instead, and see where that leads.

CELEBRITY PROFILES: Full of Aries attitude, Jessie J sings about being true to who you are regardless of “haters.” This British pop star got her start writing songs for Miley Cyrus and Chris Brown and is now running her own show, with stellar vocals, fierce fashion and a sense of humor that keeps fans guessing. J was born under an entertaining Leo moon and has Venus and Jupiter in Taurus, the sign of the voice.

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