Robyn MacAdams has been fascinated by Astrology and reading charts for the last fourty years. Each chart is so unique and interpreting it is like being a detective..understanding the underlying dynamics of another person's mysteries and their life's journey. Helping each person with their purpose and understanding their present and future influences, gives her much joy and is an exciting adventure. To reveal your personal evolutionary story and a clearer vision of what is going on in your life now, can help you feel more at peace and to feel joy about your uniqueness.
What will bring you the most joy in life?.....reviewing relationships and all their complications, joys and triggers...and whats next?...how do past lives figure into your assets and struggles?
Robyn has always been interested in the human psyche and received a second degree in Psychology. She even traveled to the Jungian Institute in Zurich, Switzerland to search for more knowledge. Her favorite Astrologers like Liz Greene, Stephen Arroyo, and Mark Jones use an overarching (reincarnation) and therapeutic point of view in their analysis of the chart.
Using Jungian views, we can search for your archetypal "Iceman" or "Gorgeon"...are you the lover?..the star?..the nomad?...the helpmate?...the siren?
HAVING YOUR CHART READ
Initially you will need to provide your Birth date, time of birth, hopefully from your birth certificate, and your place of birth....city, state, country.
Then an astronomically accurate map of the sky when you were born will be created.
Your rising sign or ascendant is actually the constellation that was on the horizon when you were born.
We can look at overall trends, career, relationships, wherever area of your life you would like insights.
Reincarnation tour last year in Wales and England.
A word from the wise.....
The story behind the name, The Kings Arms Astrology, came from an adventure I had taking a train from London to Oxford in search of Inspector Morse. The Kings Arm was built in 1268 as an Augustine Priory and has functioned as a bar and hotel since 1608.
Oxford students still gather there today for a drink and discussions.
Inspector Morse in his detective series would ponder a case at his favorite local pubs.