Astrology (whilst it remains relevant) is a beautiful discipline. I would understand it as the equivalent of bone medicine in the spiritual world. Which is why I do it. You see the energetic structure and flow of individual concerned and understand the steps required to bring the multiple bodies (physical, emotional, energetic, astral) and so on, into alignment.
There´s a profound intuitive component to the work as well and an intellectual one – and it takes all cylinders firing. My work brings in the empathetic channels that convey psychic information and impressions to the mix. And they all synergize.
The beauty and terror of astrology is that – done well – it gives you a penetrating insight onto the nature of the soul and the level of consciousness of the human mind that expresses it. There are specific bodies and tools which let you mathematically understand what is being expressed, experienced – and when does it move into something else.
Which is why, on many occasions, my clients have often remarked about how scary the process of being seen is. And most of them seem to enjoy it 😀
Nowadays, I receive an impression of the person, their needs and potential remedies before a session begins at all. The astrology becomes a referential point where they have some cognitive, verbal constructs and references to make sense of what I´m doing – and the shifts that result.
In itself, astrology is a potent tool of liberation. An astrologer who is not weighed down by disciplinary dogma will also be able to see when the moment the chart is willing to shift into an altogether new configuration – and when – as I have seen with certain individuals – the discipline and its calculations are no longer applicable or required.
This is the same work that 5D+ facilitators do – changing the energetic structure of an individuals relationship with themselves, the Cosmos and their perception of reality – albeit using a different language.
Potent bone medicine indeed ….
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Images: Double Exposure effect of (1) Shanidar Skull.jpg by James Gordon from Los Angeles, California, USA [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons – and – (2) PIA16884 – Taken Under the Wing of the Small Magellanic Cloud.jpg by X-ray: NASA/CXC/Univ. Potsdam/L. Oskinova, et al.; Optical: NASA/STScI; Infrared: NASA/JPL-Caltech [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.
Both images were superimposed and digitally altered by Dr. Bairavee.