After almost four years of studying astrology in a very mercurial-reasoned way, I feel it is time to make a bit more space for the moonish-intuitive side of the craft, myself, and life in general. Meaning, besides finishing Chris Brennan’s Professional Astrologer Course and practicing doing readings (I hope to offer astrological consultations professionally soon), I will commit myself to tap more into the different energies—so to speak—on a personal, feeling level.
I’ve decided to share with you bits of this part of my journey by writing an online journal. For that, I’ve created a new page here on Living in Cycles titled simply “Journal”. This means, in case you have subscribed to my blog, you won’t get notifications every time I make a new entry in the journal. This is because I want to keep articles and journal entries separately since not all subscribers may be interested in reading this kind of content.
If you feel you want to follow me on this part of my path, check the journal directly by clicking on the journal page in the menu bar or by clicking the following link: https://livingincycles.blog/journal/.
The journal will be sort of a learning diary. I will write about things I discover, wonder about, question, or just feel the need to express. Keeping a journal will also push me to write more frequently and train to express myself more shortly and spontaneously in contrast to the long articles I usually happen to create over a long period of time.
I’d also love to hear about your thoughts and what you have learned and experienced on your journey. Unfortunately, pages on the blog do not come with a comments section. Maybe there will be an option for that in the future. In the meantime, if you want to comment on some entry, feel free to leave your comment in the comments section of this post or send me a private message via the contact form. You can also get in touch with me through the blog’s Facebook page and Twitter.
I hope I see you around!
Edit September 9, 2020: I just found out how to add a comments section to the Journal page. Now you have the possibility to leave a few lines right at the bottom of the page.
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