Astrology with Wendy

Practical astrology for modern life

It’s time to chat with the universe

 

Welcome!

Astrology is the art of understanding the universal energies and cycles that surround us then learning how to tap into them to create empowered and happy lives.

A basic astrological reading takes 60 minutes. We start with your natal chart (the planetary map at the moment you were born), delving into your psyche, exploring the contradictions and talents that make you a complex human. The natal chart is your personal ‘blueprint’ – fully understanding it is an exercise in radical self-acceptance. Accept the areas of your personality that frustrate you and recognise the talents that are still waiting to be unlocked. Understand your instinctive responses and your tendency to repeat behaviour.

We finish the session by forecasting your upcoming year, exploring the current planetary energies and how they’ll play out for you. Forecasting helps you to ride out life’s cycles, stretching during times of opportunity and finding grace and patience in the times of struggle.

In times of confusion, pain, inertia or opportunity, astrology can give you the clarity you need to take your next step.

An hour may be the key to unlocking your entire lifetime.

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