In all likelihood, you will have a desire to go internal. Yes, you want to know what lies along those internal paths. (You know: The ones that lead down to your deepest, innermost person.) Are they rocky? Smooth? What's the view like? Are there deep, dark forests? Gorgeous overlooks that give out onto infinity? Why not take some quiet time and go exploring? It's time for a 'you' day.
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Today's Free Reading: When you demand a quick "Yes" or "No" answer and simple explanation, consult your Instant Answer Tarot.
There's no question that people are important to each other. But for you, people are really, really important. You draw strength and energy from interactions -- though, of course, they can be draining too. It's imperative for you to be engaged in a world peopled with people in order to feel fulfilled. So take a look at just how fulfilled you feel (or don't feel). An idea or two for how to improve things will likely occur to you.
If you've been struggling with a relationship for a little while now, today could be a turning point. It's hard to say why something shifts between two people, but one of those tension-easing changes is poised to take place. Take a deep breath and you might even notice that the difference isn't so much in them, or in your duo's dynamic; it's more like a shift is taking place within you. So go ahead and try again with this person. You'll both be glad you did.
If you feel like canceling plans, go ahead and cancel them. If you feel like skipping your hair appointment, call the salon and tell them you're sorry, but you just have to cancel your hair appointment. If you really only want to hang out in your reindeer slippers and not interact with anyone all morning, that's exactly what you should do (just make sure said slippers are okay at work). Relaxing is a real key to health, you know.
You get creative where other people get bored. Maybe you figure out a way to jazz up your morning commute by listening to 'Learn Italian in Three Weeks' lessons. Or you see that orange shoelaces really spice up an old pair of running shoes. Or you paint your gray keyboard a nice plaid using your neighbor's red nail polish. Yes, you're fun, there are no two ways about it. And there's no way to keep you from having a good time!
You care about the fish in the sea and the creepy crawly creatures on the earth and the big bears and the giant whales and your fellow humans in a genuine way. You're willing to make adjustments in your life -- riding a bike to work, using less electricity -- if it will help keep the rivers and the earth and the oceans a better place for everyone. But why not research a few new ways you could help?
You're not going to complain if you have to paint your masterpieces in a freezing cold attic studio. Nor are you likely to complain if you have to write your poetry in a dark, dank basement room. Nor are you likely to complain if you have to read children's stories to homeless kids with a less than ideal reading lamp. But sometimes -- not always, but sometimes -- a well-placed complaint can do wonders.
Patience is a virtue, but not necessarily one of yours. Don't feel too bad about it. Impatience, you know, can be a virtue too -- one that prevents you from letting things stall out or go undone. But right now it's patience that you need to cultivate. Yes, sometimes it really is the only way to go. So get started being patient, and don't be discouraged if it takes a while. Sometimes the going is a little slow!
Being open-minded is like eating on a regular basis: It's absolutely essential to a healthy existence. Right now your open-mindedness might be tested. How do you handle something that, even to your very open mind, seems totally out-there? Do you ignore it? Engage with it? Doubt yourself? Doubt the other person? Don't forget that trust in your own judgment plus a healthy dose of skepticism, a dash of self-doubt and a lot of humility is usually a good approach.
Whether you help your elderly neighbor carry groceries or you volunteer to paint the local grade school, you always feel best if you're giving of yourself. There are thousands of opportunities to volunteer, and by taking any one of them, you'll be making a big difference in your community. And this will make a big difference in how you feel about yourself.
You're not afraid to risk something for something you believe in. For example, if you think that you and a certain somebody have really got a chance of having something special, you're not afraid to risk embarrassment to let them know. Sure, you might not always win in the casino-of-life. But sometimes you'll hit the jackpot.
There's something new up ahead, and you think you've gotten a glimpse of what it might be. Is it a new project? A new apartment? A new love? A new lease on life? New energy? A new sport? A new car? A used car with a new car smell, thanks to somebody's bright idea to sell a spray that smells like a new car? It could be exciting, whatever it is.