Note: I am in semi-retirement, but available again in the fall for your readings!
Should you invest the time and money in an astrology reading – and if so – are my Silk Road Astrology Readings right for you? Good questions, both, and I’ll offer some insights here for you to ponder…
First, let me assure you – I don’t offer “canned” versions which can be had very cheaply and automatically through various astrology software programs and their companies.
Each of my readings is a labour of love, and I spend a great deal of time meditating on each birth chart and in writing my own scientific and psychic interpretations of what I see, what I feel I am “shown”.
Psychic Versus Astrologer?
Yes, I do use my psychic abilities in the total evaluation of a birth chart. This question arises because there are many astrologers who are outraged and outspoken at the idea of a psychic claiming to do astrology. They seem unable to grasp how the two approaches can mesh beautifully – or possibly they do understand and fear a sort of unfair competition.
However, those like myself who are both psychic and astrologer must politely but firmly insist that psychic intuition is actually a wonderful enhancer of astrological insights; indeed one could argue it is necessary (and almost always brought into play) in order to pinpoint the very fine shades of meanings and inter-relationships – of all the possible technical combinations that can arise in a client’s birth chart.
In fact, without these intuitive, psychic flashes of insight, without opening to higher inspiration, the formal, nonpsychic astrologer is likely to fall back on what astrologers call “cook-book” readings – the kind that computer programs can and do produce automatically.
At the same time, psychic insights take their direction from those abstract symbols which fill the birth chart. In that sense, astrology keeps the psychic gifts within bounds, tied to a Center which allows for channeling that tells a Story, one so important that the very stars in the heavens wrote this Story on the day and at the time you first drew breath.