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  • I want to share this with everyone as I feel every link I share in this video has helpful info to assist yourself or your clients on every level, be it physical, emotional, relationship, mental, or spiritual. I’m sure there are many more great sources out there, but these are ones I have and practice.
  • In Part 1, I discuss both Plutonian and Neptunian relationships. In Part 2, I look at Uranian, Saturnian, Chironian, and Jupiterian (barely touching Lunar). I hope you find some understanding and insight. We can only scratch this subject’s surface in the amount of time allotted, but it is a good start!
  • In Part 1, I discussed both Plutonian and Neptunian relationships. In Part 2, I look at Uranian, Saturnian, Chironian, and Jupiterian (barely touching Lunar). I hope you find some understanding and insight. We can only scratch this subject’s surface in the amount of time allotted, but it is a good start!
  • In this live workshop, recorded in Glastonbury, UK, Kaypacha explores just what we mean by “Wild,” where it fits into the path of the evolution of consciousness, and how/where it shows up astrologically in the/your chart. Upon investigation, we will see that there are different expressions of “Wild,” (Aries/Mars, Gemini/Mercury, Scorpio/Pluto, Aquarius/Uranus, Pisces/Neptune etc.) and different times (transits) in life that are naturally “Wild,” and others when the “Wild” can wreak chaotic havoc in our lives and relationships. Come join us for some brand new perspectives on the nature of the “Wild!” and, very importantly, how to integrate these experiences, which can include trauma, into our lives.
  • The Mythology Behind the Moon’s Nodes. In this video, I’m sharing the ancient Hindu myth, “The Churning of the Milk Ocean.” It is from the Mahabharata and gives us fantastic imagery and background for understanding Rahu and Ketu, the North and South Nodes of the Moon, respectively.
  • Here are some guidelines for help in choosing the best time for surgery. While I am sure there are more, satisfying these basics will ensure a better surgery and recovery.

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