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Week of December 31st, 2020

Explore Your Long-Range Future

Explore your long-range future
with my 3-Part EXPANDED AUDIO HOROSCOPES for the Coming Year.

Who do you want to become in 2021? Where do you want to go and what do you want to do? My reports might stimulate and inspire your meditations about the interesting possibilities.

This week, my EXPANDED AUDIO HOROSCOPES for the Coming Year feature Part 1 of my long-range, in-depth explorations of your destiny in 2021.

Part 2 of your Beginning-of-the-Year Predictions will be available on January 5. Part 3 will be ready for you on January 12.

What will be the story of your life in 2021? How can you exert your free will to create adventures that'll bring out the best in you, even as you find graceful ways to cooperate with the tides of destiny?

To listen to your BIG PICTURE horoscopes online, go HERE..

Register and/or log in through the main page, and then click on the link "Long Range Prediction, Part 1"


The cost for the Expanded Audio Horoscopes is $6 per sign. (Discounts are available for multiple purchases.)

Each forecast is 7-9 minutes long.

P.S. You can still access the SNEAK-PEEK AT 2021 from a week ago. In these expanded audio horoscopes, I describe some major themes I think you'll be working and playing with in 2021. After you register and/or log in, click on "Last Week (Dec 22, 2020)."

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Take some paper and write "I am doing everything in my power to attract all the help and resources I need as I accomplish the following goal."

Then compose a declaration that crisply describes exactly what satisfying, growth-inducing experiences you want most in 2021 — and are willing to work hard for and even change yourself to attract, if necessary.

Keep a copy of this magic formula under your pillow or in your wallet.

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* a commitment to not getting lost inside our own heads;

* a strategy to avoid being enthralled with the hypnotic lure of painful emotions, past events, and worries about the future;

* a trust in empirical evidence over our time-worn beliefs and old habits;

* a talent for turning up our curiosity full blast and tuning in to the raw truth of every moment with our beginner's mind fully engaged;

* an eagerness to dwell gracefully in the midst of all the interesting questions that tease and teach us.

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I invite you to select a song that will serve as your inspirational anthem in 2021 — an emotionally-enriching song that will help keep you focused on what's important, lift you up when you're dragging, and spark you to love life with compassionate ingenuity.

If you're so moved, provide a link to the theme song you choose so I can listen to it. (I'm always looking for new inspirational tunes!) Send it to me at

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Last night I dreamt
that I had a beehive
here inside my heart.
And the golden bees
— were making white combs
and sweet honey
from all my old failures.

—Antonio Machado, translated by Robert Bly

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Think about your relationship to human beings who haven't been born yet. What might you create for them to use? How can you make your life a gift to the future? Can you not only help preserve the wonders we live amidst, but actually enhance them?

Keep in mind this thought from Lewis Carroll: "It's a poor sort of memory that only works backward."

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Keep two pieces of paper in your pockets at all times. One says "I am a speck of dust," and the other, "The world was created for me."

—Rabbi Bunim of P’shiskha

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I tell you the more I think, the more I feel that there is nothing more truly artistic than to love people.

—Vincent van Gogh


Everything I understand, I understand only because I love. Everything exists, only because I love.

—Leo Tolstoy


Until you have loved, you cannot become yourself.

—Emily Dickinson


Love imperfectly. Be a love idiot. Let yourself forget any love ideal.



For one human being to love another is the most difficult task. It is the work for which all other work is mere preparation.

—Rainer Maria Rilke, Translated by Stephen Mitchell


If you do not love too much, you do not love enough.

— Blaise Pascal


Love is everything it's cracked up to be. It really is worth fighting for, being brave for, risking everything for. And the trouble is, if you don't risk everything, you risk even more.

—Erica Jong


Fall in love over and over again every day. Love your family, your neighbors, your enemies, and yourself. And don't stop with humans. Love animals, plants, stones, even galaxies.

—Mary Ann and Frederic Brussat


To love is to tilt with the lightning, two bodies routed by a single honey's sweet.

—Pablo Neruda


The most vital right is the right to love and be loved.

— Emma Goldman

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"You have more freedom than you are using," says artist Dan Attoe.

I hope that taunt gets under your skin and riles you up in 2021. Maybe it will motivate you to lay claim to all the potential spaciousness and independence and leeway that are just lying around going to waste.

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It's increasingly difficult for me to vibe with people — even keen, talented people — who are salty about everything all the time. Gotta have some sweetness in this life. I believe in the intelligence of honey.

—Saeed Jones

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Read more.

* Universal Basic Income Got A Lot More Practical

* The pandemic offered a trial run on what reducing carbon emissions could look like — and proved we're now more conditioned than ever to make dramatic changes.

* We Found That Working From Home Really Works

* We Stopped Excusing Racist Symbols

* We Admitted That College Is Kinda Broken

* A New Era of Athletes-As-Activists Dawned

* We Reimagined Our Cities

* We Began Asking: What Is the Purpose of the Police?

* We Glimpsed the Future of News

* We Saw Great Women Leaders. Among the heads of state who distinguished themselves during the pandemic, a disproportionate number were women.

1. Sanna Marin Prime minister of Finland

2. Katrín Jakobsdóttir Prime minister of Iceland

3. Mette Frederiksen Prime minister of Denmark

4. Jacinda Ardern Prime minister of New Zealand

5. Tsai Ing-Wen President of Taiwan

6. Angela Merkel Chancellor of Germany

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The Jupiter-Saturn conjunction in zero degrees of Aquarius on the Solstice deserves our excited and reverential meditation. What inquiries and messages might it suggest?

1. What are our noblest ideals? Can we refine and deepen our noblest ideals? How can we express those ideals in practical ways that remake the world to be fair and just for all people?

2. How can we build collective and community power to accomplish goals that include but also transcend our self-interests?

3. How can we revise our theories about the nature of reality so as to more vividly grasp the interconnectedness of all life?

4. How can we expand our vision of the best possible future for humanity as well as for all the living things with which we share the planet? Let's be brave and playful enough to imagine what utopia would look and feel like.

5. What is the best way we can use our own unique gifts to make the world a better place? What might be our own special way of contributing to greater social justice? How can we personally contribute to reversing ecocide and healing the environment?

6. What can we do to expand our awareness and deepen our comprehension of the fundamental transformations that are sweeping across the planet? What can we do to deepen and expand our capacity to adjust creatively to those transformations?

7. How can we practically embody our vision of paradise-on-earth?

8. How might our personal lives become loving and well-crafted channels for divine energies?

9. The definitions of what it means to be human are changing. How will we personally deal with those changing definitions?


Thanks to astrologer Greg Bogart for inspiring some of these thoughts.

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I wish you joyous and mysterious eruptions of profound gratification and gratitude.

I wish you fluid insights and "ah-ha!" revelations that lead to cathartic integrations on a regular basis.

I wish you the ripening of lucky trends you've worked hard to earn, resulting in the kind of healing that allows your generosity to flow.

I wish you captivating yet relaxing adventures that enable you to weave together diverse threads of your experience, inspiring you to feel at home in the world and fall in love with life again and again.

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I invite you to devote five minutes to visualizing the fulfillment of your holiest desire, followed by five minutes of visualizing the fulfillment of a loved one's holiest desire.

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The phrase "new roses" can serve as an antidote to neurosis -- as a kind of magical spell. You might invoke it when you're in danger of getting undermined by either your own neurosis or someone else's.

If you notice, for instance, that your subconscious mind is spiraling down into a sour fantasy stirred up by one of your habitual fears, you could mutter a cheerful round of "new roses, new roses, new roses."

If your allies slip into the same compulsive behavior that they tend to get stuck in whenever stress overflows, you could chant "new roses, new roses, new roses" in a tuneful, affectionate tone.

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Our goal should be to live life in radical amazement . . . get up in the morning and look at the world in a way that takes nothing for granted. Everything is phenomenal; everything is incredible. Never treat life casually. To be spiritual is to be amazed.

—Abraham Joshua Heschel, Jewish theologian and civil rights activist

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"If you're really listening, if you're awake to the poignant beauty of the world, your heart breaks regularly. In fact, your heart is made to break; its purpose is to burst open again and again so that it can hold ever-more wonders."

-Andrew Harvey, The Return of the Mother

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Abraham Maslow's definition of real listening: to listen "without presupposing, classifying, improving, controverting, evaluating, approving or disapproving, without dueling what is being said, without rehearsing the rebuttal in advance, without free-associating to portions of what is being said so that succeeding portions are not heard at all."

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The Great Art consists of making continuous conscious effort to align our thoughts and feelings with the highest ideals we have thus far been able to comprehend.

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