One question I’m always asked as a professional astrologer is if a certain aspect in a chart is “good” or “bad”? Whilst understandably disconcerting, the idea that there are good or bad patterns in a birth chart is a hang-up from the murky old days of astrology when life was understood in more absolute terms, and demons lurked behind many doors.
Like most other areas of life, astrology can reveal a lot about your love life and relationships. Who are you compatible with and does your Zodiac sign show who you should date? Find out more
In May 2020, the New York Times published an article critically analyzing the future of astrology…. The problem is when those who comment on culture refuse to engage in the culture they are describing, appropriation or bias is bound to occur.
Often, the places within ourselves where we keep the deepest dread, or biggest fears, can become the gateways to our greatest strengths and achievements. Once we understand the life lessons that are carried within each experience, we gain a better sense of self.
This is a great irony, but I think anyone who has faced and conquered a big fear in their life will tell you that learning to overcome that issue became one of the best things they have ever done.
Astrology can help us to understand what these underlying lessons are about, and will show connections between the different points in our lives when we may have faced similar challenges, and how we handled it.