This week’s question comes from a woman who’s developed a love connection a man she’s been been friends with (online) with for the past two years.
Both of them were involved with other people at the onset of their friendship: she was married and he was involved in a long term committed relationship. But over time as their other relationships ended, they’ve grown closer and now admit to having much stronger feelings for one another.
Our client, whom we will call Candice, says she feels a little silly getting so emotionally invested in someone she’s never met in person, although they do speak on the phone and text or Skype daily. They’ve also begun to openly express feelings for one another.
Her love interest (we’ll call him Terrell) has been an incredibly support for her during the fallout of her marriage and throughout her divorce and she returned the favor once his own relationship ended several months later.
This week’s question comes from client who recently interviewed for a job after having been out of work for the past several months.
He ended his last contract with enough money in savings to feel comfortable for awhile, but is now starting to feel anxious about upcoming job prospects.
He recently applied for and was granted an interview in a field that he’s extremely qualified for — perhaps even over-qualified for.
And even though he feels that the interview went well, he’s starting to get nervous because he hasn’t heard back from them for a follow up interview or job offer.
His questions were whether he would hear back in the coming days with a job offer and whether this was something worth pursuing if he did. Our client (we’ll call him James) provided his birth information as well, which Melodie looked at, along with a three card tarot spread using the Mary El Tarot.
This week’s question comes from a man who has questions about a recent breakup with his long-term girlfriend.
She broke up with him (via email) in April and then again after a brief union in the middle of May.
He says he’s had a difficult time dealing with some of the obsessiveness in the relationship, as has she, but that she has been resolute about not wanting to reunite at this point.
He’s been looking at the astrology behind this breakup and notices that it coincided with the recent Pluto retrograde cycle as it moved back and forth over their natal Venuses.
He wonders whether this transit is inclined to make it more difficult to bring resolution or whether there’s still hope for the two of them to reconcile. At the very least he wants to remain friends; he doesn’t want to lose the connection entirely.
This week’s question comes from woman (whom we’ll call Teresa) whose boyfriend broke up with her during the most recent Mercury retrograde.
She knows enough about astrology to know that things can go haywire during a Mercury retrograde, but probably doesn’t know enough about it to have understood that there were far bigger transits at work during this period, namely Saturn and Pluto transits.
She says she was blind-sided and didn’t see this coming. She’s wondering whether there is a chance for reconciliation and if so when.
A client who we’ll call Anna wrote in to ask about her and her ex-lover’s current and upcoming transits.
She had been seeing a man for a year and a half before he broke up with her — completely unexpectedly — in late April.
At the time he told her he was confused about his feelings and was thinking about someone he’d met and dated before.
Anna was blind-sided by this breakup and says that at the time she thought things were going very well. She does have some knowledge of astrology herself and has looked into each of their transits trying to make sense of things.
This week’s question comes from a client who has been in a long distance relationship for the past 7 months.
Things have been going well and even though they live in difference countries, they’ve made time to see each other at least twice a month.
But a recent death in the family prompted her to reach out to him, hoping he would be there for her when she needed him. Not only did he not come, he didn’t seem supportive at all.
She felt that he was annoyed with her for “expecting him to drop everything” and ended the conversation on a sour note.
This week’s question comes from a client who is going through a very recent breakup.
Her boyfriend — whom we will call John — ended things with her saying that he had career opportunities in another region and did not see himself maintaining a long distance relationship.
Our client wonders whether this was the real reason he walked away or if it was just an excuse, as she suspects that his parents were not in favor of their union.
She’s now left wondering where she is to go from here? She’s seeing how she put a lot of other things aside — her own career goals for example — in order to focus her attention on the relationship with John.