Posted November 06, 2018 12:30:00 It’s been a long and bumpy ride for me as an astrologer and astrologers journey has been full of ups and downs, but my journey to becoming an astrology and astrology club member has been an incredible journey and I am grateful to have been part of it.
So why am I here now?
Well the answer is simple, astrology is about more than just looking at the sky, but more than that it is a way of life.
So, when I started astrology I had a very narrow definition of what I wanted to do with my life.
I had no desire to become a journalist or have a career in the health care industry.
But in order to do that I had to look beyond my narrow definition and look at astrology as a whole.
I wanted a community of like-minded people who were all passionate about astrology.
I wanted to be a role model and mentor to other astrologors.
That is how I got into astrology clubs.
In fact, when the clubs started to get bigger and bigger, I was drawn to being a part of that.
You can’t be an astrological player and a member of an astral community at the same time.
To me, astrology is about finding the right combination of qualities and being able to share that with other people.
As I have grown more and more involved with astrology over the years, I have learned more about myself and my own astrology in order for me to better understand myself and what I have to offer as an individual.
I think that’s what is so special about astrologie.
What does astrology mean to me?
Astrology is the study of the planets and the signs that appear in the sky.
When I first started astrologing I was very interested in the planets because I loved astronomy and was a big fan of Carl Sagan and the Voyager missions.
The first astrology class I took at a New Zealand college taught me about astral physics and the way planets influence the seasons.
At first I was quite confused because I thought I was only learning about planets, but then I began to look at the signs in the chart and I started to notice the signs more and to see them more clearly.
My astrology teacher was very kind to me when I was first learning and was the person that gave me a clear idea of what astrology was all about and why I wanted in on it.
The other thing that astrologic studies teach us is that the planets are not only important but they also have other things that affect the weather.
Astrological studies is a part time job but it’s very rewarding because it’s a career that gives you a chance to really understand yourself and what you are capable of.
It’s also an exciting opportunity for you to learn something new about yourself and your personal development.
It is a holistic approach to astrology that looks at the whole of the human experience and helps you develop the ability to see the bigger picture.
With astrology you get to be part of a group of people who are all interested in astrologic studies and all passionate, all having similar goals.
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