Month: October 2016

Client Stories as Metaphors

This article is also available as a video and talk at www.astrologyuniversity.com

“As soon as clients say something, they start revealing the meaning of their horoscope. When they tell a story, then they may be revealing a theme that has affected them for their whole life. Stories form themes, like pearls on a string, traceable to a key experience, which formed their character. Adrian will show how to identify aspect patterns that correspond with stories, leading to a new understanding of a transformative core experience.”

Really, anything we do or say, at any moment in time contains detailed information about who we are. Quite apart from the micro-expressions and body language, which reflect what we are really thinking, even the casual remarks we make, and the stories we tell, reflect deep experiences from the past that have formed us. As we go about our daily lives, walking down the street, meeting people, in the office, shopping or whatever, the universe is performing an exquisite interactive dance with us, and although we see ourselves as separate, we are as one. Everything and everyone that we attract into our sphere has a connection with our past, as we build up a life story, which we constantly reinforce in the telling. These are the stories the client tells the astrologer, and that the astrologer sees reflected in the horoscope – a spiral of related events which have their roots in our past. Read More

The Greatest – Muhammed Ali

I remember when Cassius Clay made his entry into my boyhood. There was this huge and brutal heavyweight champion of the world called Sonny Liston, who apparently had connections to the Mob, and who demolished his opponents with mighty blows in the 1st round of his fights. Then comes Cassius Clay, saying in pre-match interviews “Somebody is going to die at the ringside tonight”, and I thought – everyone thought, because there were 7-1 odds against Clay – that that would probably be this 22-year old big mouth. “When I am finished with him, I’m going to donate him to the zoo.” – says Clay. Right.  (Note 1.) Read More