Thursday, November 01, 2007

Chiron Aspects Making Me Crazy!

I saw an article you wrote on Chiron in the Natal Chart. With Uranus conjunct my natal Sun/Chiron/Mercury/Mars stellium in Pisces in the 11th House, triggering a Natal Opposition between those planets and a Pluto/Uranus conjunction in the 5th House, I feel like I'm going crazy. (I also have Saturn currently Conjunct that Pluto/Uranus 5th house configuration adding to the pressure of the Uranus transit.)

Can you recommend some books I could read to gain insight into these transits? Your words are helpful but I need to know more.


Dear RO,

The best book on the subject of Chiron that I have read so far remains Barbara Hand Clow's Chiron. It's extremely detailed, and virtually everything else I have read really seems to take it's cues from that work (including what I have written, apart from my own observations). But with aspects like yours, maybe once you get to the other side of these transits, it will be you that is writing a book on Chiron - or perhaps on some other spiritual healing process or idea.

I think you need a creative outlet for all the energy you are processing right now, something physical that feels healing to you. You might consider trying something like Yoga or Pilates, or learning some kind of physical healing modality like therapeutic massage. Let Uranus do his work, don't fight the changes so much. You'll find that you are a new person once the pressure eases up. Not all your friends and associates may appreciate the changes though. I know your collection of people are important to you, but the worst thing you can do right now is cling to any of them. Think of this as a winnowing process. You are really separating the wheat from the chaff.



tuffluv said...

Dear Brandi.

I have always had migraine headaches, as far back as I can remember, and find myself almost at the point of passing out when in a room with a lot of people as if I had claustrophobia. Ever since I was little I tend to have the sensation that someone is watching me, and many other things that are still unexplained to me. Recently, I have been having dizzy spells, and I have had the feeling that something is going to happen. Over the past two years, as soon as I get into my car the image of a car accident pops into my head, and a few minutes later I witness an accident. In many occasions, I have dreamt things that come to life in the same form, if not different. I am skeptical about having some form of abilities, but would like to know if you think I actually do posses them; if so, is there some way I can develop them better in order to use them to help people? Thank you.

Brandi Jasmine said...

You are the only one who can ultimately decide if you are psychic or not, though from what you say it appears you have some ability.

I guess the first suggestion would be to get a copy of Living With Your Psychic Gifts ... All the advice that I would give you is actually already in the book. In the meantime, the best thing to do is to meditate every day, to regularly ground yourself, and to keep a regular journal of these kinds of experiences so that you can look back on them with more clarity in the future.

Journal-keeping is absolutely vital to your personal and psychic growth. You can go back over time and check the details. You'll find that you remember some things differently a week, month or year down the line. It is really helpful in so many ways. It will prove to you that you are seeing something "real", and where your blind-spots are. It keeps things grounded.

And of course I recommend you read the full text of Living With Your Psychic Gifts: - especially the parts on psychic protection. I do have a lower-cost eBook version available for $9.99, which contains the core material. If you don't know of any meditations that may help, I suggest starting at your local Library - they may have some good books available there.