My dual family tree is at the heart of my own story. The gifts of insight my own chart provided into to some of the personal and cultural issues classic to adoption, as well as the inheritances from my lineage lines, have been powerfully important to me. So I began, at first quietly and slowly, to offer this opportunity to others. Now that I’ve begun to focus the main part of my astrological practice on people who are members of the adoption triad.
You may — or may not — know if you’re part of this triad. If you’re a mother who surrendered your child, or children, for adoption, yes, you know. If you’re an adoptive parent, yes, you know. If you’re an adoptee, or an adoptee’s close relative, you may, or may not, know. I grew up knowing I was adopted, and I enjoyed its benefits. I was also someone who found it important to search for my genetic roots. Not everyone does. There’s no “right” way to go about being a member of this triad.
Being adopted is a different life experience from being born into a family and staying there. Surrendering a child to adoption is different from losing a child to death, and different from raising that child yourself. Adopting a child opens the heart to loving a child “born not under a heart, but in it.” Sometimes, particularly where the adoption has been shrouded in secrecy, anyone involved in adoption can use a little help to successfully navigate the grief of loss, to reframe inter-generational trauma, and to overcome issues around self-worth and creative expression.
Of course, there are there are questions an astrological reading can answer, and questions it can’t. But, if, like me, you’re an adoptee; a surrendering parent or family member; an adopting parent or family member, an Ancestral Patterns Astrology reading can be a powerful part of healing wounds and waging inner peace. If you’re sure of your birth time (or the birth time of the adoptee, if that’s not you), I can offer you a more-detailed reading. If not, I will still be able to work with what you do know. Either way, call or text me at the number below, or pop me an email and we’ll see what’s possible, what’s probable, and what available options are best for you now.
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