Astrology is a powerful tool that combines celestial transits and personal patterns to help people uncover their full potential. While it doesn’t make choices for you, it does offer the guidance to help you unlock the keys to fulfillment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to know anything about astrology?
While I encourage everyone to explore the magical world of astrology, it’s not necessary to have any prior knowledge in order to work together.
How does a consultation work?
Each consultation is confidential 90 minute session held over a 1-on-1 video call. Prior to our call, you’ll receive a Zoom link via email.
While booking your appointment, please provide following information:
- Date of birth
- Birth location
- Exact birth time
Why do I need to provide my date of birth and other details?
Your date of birth, location and birth time provide vital information about who you are. While your zodiac sign is important, your birth details determine the houses your zodiac placements fall into. With this information, I will be able to accurately uncover details about who you are, how you communicate and even how you express love and affection.
In particular, it’s crucial to provide your exact birth time. With this information, we can determine your ascendant sign – the sign that was rising over the eastern horizon the moment you entered this world. Providing the wrong time, even off by a few minutes, can impact your entire birth chart.
Why is my birth time so important?
Your birth time is used to determine your ascendant sign–which determines the houses your zodiac placements fall into. Since this sign shifts every two hours to make its way through the zodiac signs each day, it’s crucial that you provide your exact time of birth. Even if your time is off by a few minutes, you’ll get the wrong houses for your other signs which will impact your entire consultation
Where can I get my birth time?
In general, parents—specifically your mother—will remember your birth time or may write it in a keepsake such as a baby book. If you don’t have access to this information, you can request your long-form birth certificate from the state in which you were born, which will have your exact time of birth.