i started out as a lawyer and have ended up as an astrologer
Anything 'alternative' typically holds little appeal for me. Yet, in Summer 2001, I signed up to an astrology residential week. The venue, an Oxford college, was familiar from my undergraduate days. Where Law had struggled to hold my attention, astrology gripped me from the start. I could not believe that a few squiggles on a page could reveal so much. It still blows my mind every time I read a chart. Yet my resistance to this 'out there' subject meant I was wrestling with, as well as pursuing, my curiosity.
That changed on 26 April 2014. That was the day my cousin RAF Flight Lieutenant Rakesh Chauhan was killed in Afghanistan, aged just 29 years old. His death reminded me how short life is. Rak's shining example switched my focus to using astrology's perspective, clarity and timing guidance to serve others - instead of fighting it.
I have studied with The Faculty of Astrological Studies, The Centre for Psychological Astrology, The Company of Astrologers, The London School of Astrology, and The School of Traditional Astrology. All my learning has convinced me of the enduring power, beauty and relevance of this ancient language to life today.
How open are you to experiencing what astrology can offer you?