Never ask a Libra where they want to go for dinner.
When the sun, moon, and earth are aligned, we can’t help but be forced to align ourselves as well. Secrets stop being secrets, epiphanies are had, and lives are turned upside down.
It's Pisces Season! Pisces is the last of the water signs, and the final in the wheel of the Zodiac. Pisces or not, each sign has a presence in all of us.
Deep, lasting self-care requires us to ask a lot of difficult questions of ourselves. The eclipse embodies this lunar duality so well, offering both tough love and tender security.
Astrology helps me make sense of the parts of life that science has no answers for. Things like: How do I figure out what I want? It gives me clarity.
If you’re even remotely interested in astrology, there’s no doubt you’ve seen compatibility tests that tell you how well you and your partner’s stars are aligned. But can astrology really help you to see who makes a good match for you?
When you think of astrology, what first comes to mind? Is it your sun sign, the weekly horoscopes you see in newspapers, or a wonky new-agey scam? If you’re in the latter group, I’m here to tell you that astrology is not a crock of you-know-what, but actually has some historical merit to its practice.