The first time I had my chart read by an Astrologer
During our second date, my husband asked me for my birth information. He told me his Mom was an Astrologer. He wasn't sure if he believed in it, but he hadn't listened to her during his last relationship and the relationship ended badly, so he figured this time around he should probably give Astrology a try. I didn't know anything about Astrology at the time but I'd had my own string of failed relationships, so I was happy to get any help I could. I tracked down my birth certificate, told my future husband my birth details, and agreed to have his mother cast my birth chart. That was my first exposure to Astrology, in the year 2002.
How Astrology helped me
For the next several years my mother-in-law graciously answered all my Astrological questions: What should I focus on for the year ahead? Why am I struggling with this friend? What kind of job would make me happy? She helped us set our wedding date and our house closing date. Eventually, when our son Lyndon was born, she gave me insight into his birth chart, too. I loved the clarity, direction, and peace our discussions gave me. Finally, in 2010 I started to learn and practice Astrology myself.
My credentials and credo
I started Steven Forrest's Apprenticeship Program in 2014 and achieved the Master level in 2018. The evolutionary approach appealed to me because of its focus on compassion, empowerment and hope. My writing has been published in The Mountain Astrologer and Motherwell magazines, and on www.astro.com. I'm also a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and Boston University, where I received an M.S. in Physical Therapy.
I grew up in a family that valued contemplation, connection, and personal sharing. So I tend to think deeply and share honestly, even when it terrifies me. And the clients who find me tend to be deep thinkers, too. Together we explore the birth chart for meaning, inspiration, encouragement, and above all, spiritual peace.
The bottom line
What you probably need to know about me is simpler: I'm a mother, a wife, a sister, a daughter, and a friend: A determined seeker of all that connects us to greater wholeness and love.
As Ram Dass said, "We're all just walking each other home."