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Astrology doesn’t write the book of our life, its already written by the stars

05 February 2011 / 20:02:29  GRReporter
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    There is no one who hasn’t heard the expression "Whatever is written". And that the accidents are just regularities in our lives.
    If you meet an astrologer who claims that everything in life can be managed, there is no doubt you have found a man who doesn’t know what he's talking about. Yes, I know that is never pleasant for anyone to think that in life there are events, and they are the most important ones, which are entirely beyond his control. Think a bit. I have often had conversations on this matter. "How can most things be predestined? Isn’t astrology the tool to give us knowledge so as to choose the better and avoid the bad?" Yes and no.
    I agree with all this thesis. But let's look at things from another angle. To change something in our lives, we must first know what it is, what it looks like, to "meet" it. After all, how would we know whether we want to change a specific thing, if we have no idea what it is. And in order to have such a "meeting", naturally we must go through it, to live through it. Well, if we live through it, did it happen or not?! I give a very simple example. If you do not meet a certain man or a woman, you do not enter into a relationship with him / her, how would you know that you want to change this specific event, so that it doesn’t happen?! You'll know this only after it has already happened.
    The second part of the statement - the choices that a person makes. It's really wonderful to think that we do them ourselves. Think, however – when you decide on something don’t you really consider a number of external circumstances and people, which are things you cannot change, but have a very big influence on your decisions? And who ultimately decides - you or those unchangeable circumstances and people? I immediately ask also the following question. If you now want to change your job because you are tired of everything and you are put in two different situations: in one of them you have a wife, children, parents, mortgage payments, friends, society, family and in the other there is none on this – would you take one and the same decision?

    Third. A long time ago I heard the opinion of an astrologer, that in some schools of astrology has been established a model in which 80% of an astrological analysis is pure psychology. There are astrologers who start a friendly intimate conversation at the beginning to predispose you to speak. They work more like amateur psychoanalysts. They listen to the people, they draw a chart that serves them only to confirm what you share, and also to direct you to some things about yourself which you are not conscious of. In fact, you just pay for someone to listen to you. Which has its immense advantages. In today's hectic world there are more and more people who suffer, from not having anybody with whom to share their joys and pains. And astrologers somehow very naturally fill that need.
    From this perspective, however, I take the stand that no astrologer will go "wrong" in his analysis, if he relies completely on pure psychological strategy that whatever you say to a person will always be true as long as he presents it only in the most beautiful and brilliant colors. So part of these astrologers are not proficient in the "language" of astrology, but on the other hand, possess the ability to know what to tell you, so it is always true.

    Other astrologers are more specific in their approach. They prefer to be more distant from the client so as to maintain their objectivity. The less they get involved in any relationship with their clients, the more objective they can be in their analysis. Because if you felt someone close even for 5 minutes, you just unintentionally close your eyes to something in the horoscope and you don’t see it or you do not want to see it.
    Naturally, one of the tasks of each astrologer is to give the information in a form that is suitable for the person. But you know, it is much easier to only talk about beautiful things. To give information about upcoming difficulties and manage not to disappoint the client is too difficult a task that brings many risks for the astrologer himself. So if you want to get a good analysis, help your astrologer to be willing to take that risk.

    No matter which type of astrologer you come along, there is one thing you should know: no astrologer can live your life for you, nor give you a pill against bad luck, nor is he who creates your destiny. Astrologers are "messengers". They just know how to read your horoscope as Egyptologists read ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. They do not "write" the book of your life. It is already written and they just read it. They just read it, because they know the language. I would like to emphasize on this as I have come along amazing conclusions that astrologers "solve and create" one's fate only because they have analyzed the horoscope.

    I could not tell which astrologers are better and draw a line between them - those who work more as psychoanalysts and allow you to talk about your joys and pains or those who rely more on specifics and work without deviating in psychoanalytic sessions. It depends on what you are looking for. It is also very important how you match with the astrologer in terms of natural skills and your ability to "see and hear" one another. Like the doctors. The same doctor who has once saved you, surprisingly fails to help your relative. Actually, it is not surprising at all. Simply the synergy is different, both with the doctor himself, and with the time when it occurs.

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