New Chart Calculator!May 3, 2021
Astrological Dreamwork: The ExplosionJune 16, 2021
Is it time to buy me a coffee? Ever since my book “Growing Pains” came out in 2013, I have been devoting myself to showing parents and teachers how they can use astrology to help their children. If you’ve ever wondered how you can help, the buy me a coffee site has just made things a lot easier.
How you can make a difference
Saturn in Aquarius has made us hyper aware of the inequities in the world. This hurts us in many different ways but as a teacher, I know that there are children who do not have what they need to continue their learning. Yesterday on my long meditative walk to my favourite lockdown getaway, I decided I am going to stop pouting about not being able to return to the classroom (even though I made the transition to full-time astrologer, I’m still mourning the continued loss of my teaching career during the Pandemic).
One of the things I miss most about teaching was being able to do good deeds by purchasing supplies for pupils who couldn’t afford them: pens, pencils, colouring implements, books, sanitary products, healthy snacks, prizes for good work etc etc etc. We all know that child who needs a little perk of kindness.
BUT I discovered a way to continue doing little things to brighten a sad child’s day that is a little easier on my wallet: the Buy Me a Coffee site (there is also a little coffee button you can click). If you’d like to help me continue supporting children, I’d be so honoured if you’d trust me to make sure the right stuff makes it to the people who need it by buying me a coffee. I hate coffee but I’ll use your donation to continue to build Astrology in Education and keep giving those little things that can make such a big difference to children.
If you know of any teachers who need a little perk (trust me, they all need one!), you can also use this site to buy them something to remind them of how much they are appreciated! Thank you to Sophie who became my first supporter and thank you to those 8 gorgeous cygnets who evoked memories of Saraswati, the goddess of the Arts and learning!
What’s happening in Astrology and Education?
I’ve been absolutely rubbish at updating all I’ve been getting up to during Lockdown. Even though we’re starting to “return to normal” (whatever that means) here in London, it is still a very busy time.
I recently taught over 80 Turkish astrology students from the School of Wisdom and Sky about how they can support parents with astrology in a way that is both effective and ethical. This was super cool because I was translated by the students themselves!
I’ve also been translated into Mandarin by two Chinese astrology schools and I’m due to speak to Greek astrology students later this summer. I’ll be running an intensive course for ISAR in the early autumn and giving Stormie Beaston a hand with her school too.
Currently, I’m in the middle of a four-week mini course for the Sydney Astrology School. Here’s the interview with Marc Laurenson who manages the school:
Very soon, I’ll be running a qualifying course for professional astrologers to teach them how to work with children’s charts. Successful candidates will receive certification from my astrology Rohini Academy of Astrology (as RAA).
I’ll be running additional courses in the future as RAA continues to develop and flourish.
Thank you for continuing to support Astrology in Education!