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Early in my astrological career, I discovered predictive astrology to be the most challenging and exciting area. At that time, thirty plus years ago, there were very few good books on that segment of astrology. So I had to cautiously pursuit this avenue of astrology on my own.
Eventually I moved on to predict a romance, a business opportunity, marriage, divorce, and major events. I remember so well my very first prediction. One of these friends had not heard from a lover for about six weeks. After looking at her chart, I said, "I think he'll call next Thursday evening." Lo and behold, he did. I don't know which of us was the most excited.
This was during a period when predictive astrology was not really in vogue. Many astrologers tended to avoid predictive work. My students and clients, however, could not get enough of the predictive information.
An Averted Divorce
Go to the Doctor!
What If an Element Is Missing?
If a person lacks an element, he or she needs to develop the missing traits. Those who lack fire must develop self-confidence and an "up" approach to life, and find their own personal spirituality. People who lack earth need to develop practicality and do things to keep their feet on the ground. The remedy for a lack of air is to cultivate the ability to really listen to others and to learn objectivity by consciously putting themselves in he other person's shoes. A lack of water in the chart can be brought into balance by learning to touch, by consciously nurturing others rather than listening and solving problems only on a rational, analytical level, and by making a strong effort to really feel other people's pain.
Carol Rushman has been a professional astrologerteaching, lecturing, and doing private consultationsfor over thirty years. Her clients include television personalities, movie stars, politicians, musicians, and ...