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For the next four weeks, the sign of the fish reigns. There is a background feeling of compassion and extra sensitivity. Pisces is the last sign of the zodiac, the sign closest to complete merger with the one. That’s why you often find Pisces people kinda “out there.” They are the ones in the clouds. Indeed, this is the time to dream. Let your imagination run wild. Let your emotions out through expressions like music, dance and poetry. Spend more time by the water. Walks by the ocean, rivers and long baths will be extra rejuvenating during this time.
Snatam Kaur performed ‘Darashan Maago’ from her Grammy-Nominated album, Beloved. This shabd was requested by the academy after reviewing the album.
This week’s Kundalini Horoscope Snapshot:
Monday: Find gratitude in what you have
Tuesday: Challenges between masculine and feminine
Wednesday: Stay light and uplift.
Thursday: Be direct with your love on Valentine’s Day!
Friday: Your intuition is strong. Connect with your mother.
Saturday: Stay home. Cook!
Sunday: Get a late start… but then go have fun!
The week begins with a New Moon in Aquarius. It is time to commit to something radical. As always, New Moons are times of new beginnings. This is your chance to say goodbye to old habits that no longer serve you in order to make room for new habits, commitments and relationships that you would like to invite in.
Snatam Kaur, who has received her first Grammy nomination in the New Age category for her album Beloved in this year’s 61st Grammy Awards, will be performing at the 2019 GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony. To watch with Snatam Kaur's fans around the globe, tune in...
We may feel our emotional reserves dwindling as the week goes on. It is a time to turn our attention inward and to choose yoga kriyas that are more meditative as opposed to those that are more physically challenging.