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Five days before and after Uranus goes direct, expect to deal with these Uranian topics. It’s an excellent week to tweak your internet presence and personal mission statement. Capricorn season teaches us that with increased commitment comes increased responsibility. But Uranus reveals the wild twist: Sometimes, if you play your cards wisely, increased commitment can actually lead to increased independence. Shift around your life and get your act together so you can have both. Wednesday the 27th provides a beneficial trine between Mars and Neptune. Tap this aspect’s passion and determination to make things happen! The Moon and Uranus also encourage us to approach emotional issues in a new way. Watch who you meet on Thursday the 28th all the way into Saturday.
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