Our typical clientele ranges from mature teenagers to older folks, doctors, lawyers, nurses, home makers, carpenters, secretaries, bosses, workers and just about every kind of person imaginable. Celebrities and regular people alike know and appreciate the power and value of astrology.
Typical Issues in Consultation:
- Home or business relocation
- Spiritual growth
- Personal development
- Travel related
Your consultation will focus on your current life issues and questions. Dr. Randy will relate the past, present and future astrological trends directly to these issues and questions. Character traits from your chart will also be discussed to enhance the consultation.
Although astrology can give profound insight, an astrological reading indicates very accurate possibilities but never certainties and should never replace common sense.
See what others have told us.
Interested In learning More About Astrology?
Our astrological clients are pretty smart people. Many of them have told us that they have enjoyed reading an astrology book ‘Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View’ by Dr. Richard Tarnas.
Tarnas wrote another book ‘The Passion of the Western Mind: Understanding the Ideas That Have Shaped Our World View’, a narrative history of Western thought which became a bestseller and continues to be a widely-used text in colleges. Passion was highly acclaimed by Joseph Campbell, Huston Smith, Stanislav Grof, John E. Mack, Stanley Krippner, Georg Feuerstein, David Steindl-Rast, John Sculley, Robert A. McDermott, Jeffrey Hart, Gary Lachman, and others.
Tarnas is professor of philosophy and psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies, and is the founding director of its graduate program in Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness. He remains a core faculty member.
‘Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View’, was published in 2006. It was awarded the Book of the Year Prize by the Scientific and Medical Network in the UK. The core argument of Cosmos and Psyche rests on the claim that the major events of Western cultural history are consistently and meaningfully correlated with the observed angular positions of the planets.
From the CBC National Radio Tapestry Program (Canada):
“Every now and then a book about astrology lands on Tapestry’s doorstep. As soon as one comes in, it goes out. Right into the give-away pile. Astrology might be good for a laugh but it’s not something you’re going to hear about on CBC Radio! So, here’s the problem. One day, a book lands on our doorstep. It’s about astrology, but it’s written by a highly respected scholar — whose last book was praised by the likes of Joseph Campbell and Huston Smith. His name is Richard Tarnas and the book is called Cosmos and Psyche. There’s only one option — interview him! You’ll hear the results on this week’s Tapestry.”
Listen to the interview below: