You’ve probably been running around trying to help everyone in your life, and you don’t know how to stop.
You’re driving hard in your career, and working hard to support all the important people in your life.
Yet, there’s still some nagging part of you that feels “unseen” - hungry for meaning and connection.
Maybe you’re at a crossroads in life.
Or, perhaps you already have it all and there’s still something missing.
You want more out of your life, something that makes it all worthwhile.
You want to feel like your life matters.
This fast-paced, hyper-stimulated, crisis-driven, competitive modern world can feel overwhelming.
We have so much information yet so little meaning.
We have so much responsibility but so little power.
We’ve never been more connected globally; and yet, on another level, we’ve never been so isolated from one-another.
I get it because I’ve felt it too.
Now, I’m not suggesting that this membership can solve all your problems.
I do believe that Astrology can be a powerful tool for change and for good.
Astrology can help us feel more connected to each other and to the Cosmos.
It can empower us with self-knowledge, and foreknowledge about what’s coming. It can inspire us with a feeling of divine wonder and the confidence of knowing that we all have an essential part to play in this Cosmic unfolding.
This is your birthright.
Who am I to tell you how to make this work?
That’s a question I’ve often asked myself.
I can’t remember when I first heard about Astrology but I know I was hooked from my very first horoscope.
I didn’t understand then - or even question how it worked; I simply marveled that it did.
And while many of my childhood beliefs and pursuits have naturally faded over time, Astrology has remained a constant source of wonder and wisdom in my life.
Of course, I didn’t always admit it.
For years, I kept this passion hidden, for fear of being judged irrational or superstitious.
But I have gradually come to realize that those who criticize Astrology as a "pseudoscience" rarely know anything about it.
Dismissing this ancient, complex and multilayered system based on the generic horoscopes found in a magazine, is like rejecting Italian cuisine because you once had a bad experience at Pizza Hut.
Some people are fortunate enough to know what they want from an early age. I’m not one of those people.
Until I “came out” as an astrologer, my life and my many interests made no sense.
Besides astrology, I have numerous eclectic and unrelated passions: psychology, mythology, the performing arts, language, Nature, and the Occult.
I have two degrees in Religious Studies that seemed like they were impractical and unprofitable, a Sivananda Yoga teacher certification, a lifelong fascination with all things Indian and Greek and an unquenchable thirst for meaning.
Astrology connected the dots for me.
In the journey of making astrology relevant and a key aspect of shaping my life, I had to tap into and connect all of these seemingly disparate interests and degrees and certifications.
They all contribute to the whole.
Now I get to use all of it - my knowledge of religion and mythology, my love of writing and performance, my fascination with psychology, Indian and Greek cultures and especially my need to make meaning from experience.
Even my reverence for Nature is intrinsic to my work.
My entire life has been the practice of making astrology real and practical – a source of guidance and support thorough all the challenges I’ve faced.
For most of my life, I felt lost.
Now I use Astrology as a navigation system.