How do we confront this dual problem of premeditated decay of society, and the inner issue of needing the strength to take some meaningful action? Where do we start? As in few other times, this calls for a response from a spiritual place: of deep caring and responsibility; the quest for honest connection above all else.
The Central Spiritual Question of Our Time
Dear Friend and Reader:
We are all facing an issue right now, and a challenging one.
In a word, it is dharma.
From what I can tell, it involves a situation in society, and a similar issue affecting all of us personally. As in few other times, this calls for a response from a spiritual place: of deep caring and responsibility.
Here is the background.
A few months ago, I was feeling very, very down about the state of the world. It was not merely that there are so many problems that are running out of control, and the greed, and the weak being taken advantage of.
It's that it seems like people are just unable or unwilling to respond.
There seems to be a prevailing sense that the shit is so bad, what good can I possibly do? This can be true for people who have trouble getting themselves out of bed, and those who are so busy they can barely handle their schedule.
The world seeming to fall apart is one thing. A sense of futility is another, more serious thing.
When it came time to choose a topic for my autumn reading
, this is where I thought to make my investment in my readers and clients: the central issue. The big one. How do we confront this dual problem of premeditated decay of society, and the inner issue of needing the strength to take some meaningful action — on whatever level?
It has called forth all of my knowledge, experience and wisdom to do this work. I have proceeded in the spirit of therapy, knowing that most people do not or will not go. That spirit first involves seeking refuge, becoming aware of your situation, ordering your priorities, and then making choices. But the single most important factor of therapy — and of old school spiritual mentorship — is not giving answers, but helping the client find them for themselves.
I want to keep this letter short. I could say a lot more; this issue deserves a book. What I have to offer you are 12 readings of approximately one hour each, which use astrology to address the matter: the one about how to orient yourself to make the most of the difficult and challenging times we are in.
There is potential. There are big changes coming. What do you need to know?
I have done my best to provide a sane, calm space where you can think, reflect and prioritize.
The readings are organized by sign and rising sign. In a recent letter
, I describe how I work without birth data. It is not magic, it is talent, and it's about trusting both astrology and what I have learned from you, my clients.
I consider your time worth more than your money. While I would not waste either, time is precious at the moment, and so is peace of mind. Please take the opportunity to listen to these readings. (Driving is a very good time, as is late at night.)
All 12 signs are currently $111
. I am keeping that price low to encourage having access to all of the work. Individual readings
are $44 for the first and $22 for each additional. These days, a therapy session goes for up to $300 an hour in big cities, if you don't have insurance. I promise you this collection of readings is worth a heck of a lot more than that — and is excellent use of each hour you tune in.
Thank you for your trust, and your business.
PS — You are invited to order by phone. I sometimes answer, especially at odd hours, but we will return your call promptly if you have to leave a message. The best number is (845) 481-5616.
PPS — I'm going to devote the rest of my week to taking care of my clients. I will still be doing a few natal/progressed consultations
this year before the annual gets cooking.
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