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Lou's weekly horoscopes
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Karma is the week’s theme. Whether consciously accepted or unconsciously directed our unique karmic paths are always in flux and subject to change as we experience new things and undertake new tasks or relationships. Sometimes the best thing we can do is just get out of our own way and let karma reveal itself to us. With eyes to see and ears to hear, the path of destiny becomes clear and our steps more directed.

It is not surprising that the terms “karma”,” synchronicity”, “destiny” and “fate” seem to appear more frequently in the public consciousness. A curious companion to the continued discoveries and developments from the realms of science and technology here in the 21st century, karma and the role it plays in our daily lives has become an important consideration in our choice of words and deeds.

The phrase “paying it forward” is a great example of how a karmic principal has become an important feature in the contemporary view of how to live a fulfilling and happy life. Perhaps the greatest asset of this “rediscovery” of karma as a vibrant and living concept is that we are reminded that each of us can, and does, impact the reality of our world. In embracing this truth, we can then focus and sending forth positive and affirming energy that, in a true karmic sense, will be returned to us when we need it.

It is time to watch your budget, think before you speak and keep your emotions in check. This is a stressful week, but, doesn’t have to be if you keep those things in mind. It is better to be safe than sorry and it couldn’t be truer this week.

It’s fine to make plans for the future. However, it is also important to put them on hold for a while. Right now you may not have all of the information that you will need down the road. Just kick back and put some fun in your life at work and home.

You can read your full horoscopes in detail for each sun sign this week.

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