Have you ever questioned the things you see and experience? Do you question who you are and why you keep repeating the same cycle? Do you ever wonder why a particular thing has happened in your life? What about wondering is there something wrong with me? What about those strange dreams you have, or the “random” numbers that keep popping up? Regardless of who you are and where you are currently in life, we all have had times of confusion - trying desperately to make sense of it all, but having no idea where to go or who to turn to.
When I was 19, the age I think most are when they’re about to really begin life, I was paralyzed by an epidural during the birth of my daughter. A few months later my younger brother, also 19, was murdered. A few years later my dad died suddenly, no warning whatsoever.
At 25 I became a millionaire. I was young and never really good with finances, but I did the best I knew how to do. Eventually the money ran out and I found myself living in a kitchen where I slept, bathed, and did everything. Sprinkle in some failed friendships, a few more deaths, 2 intense heartbreaks....and you seemingly have a recipe for some serious Mental Health Issues. Somehow I kept it together and kept pushing forward. I kept looking for the answers.
Just like you I couldn’t understand why I kept hitting the same road blocks.
Why am I repeating the same cycle when I'm trying so hard? What is actually wrong with me?? And why do I care so much about things that most people seem to not even think about? Who I am and what the hell am I doing??
Back in April of this year (2020 is very much hindsight) I had an awful break up. The same day that left me feeling so low was also the day I stumbled across my birth chart. This marked one of the biggest breakthroughs of my whole life.
Reading my own birth chart was like meeting myself for the very first time.
I took everything that I found in my astrological birth chart, coupled it with my spiritual knowledge, and all of a sudden everything made sense.
I realized so much of what I was struggling with was because I was quite literally fighting myself. That day changed my life.
I put mindfulness behind my actions and began undoing 19 years of cycling. I possessed the tools to break the destructive cycles and experience my life the way it was intended to be experienced.
You possess the tools to do the exact same thing.
The only thing you’re missing is me.