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Talk Cosmos 01 – 18 – 20 Straddle & Swaddle New Times – Kathryn Andren

“For a month (Jan 11 to Feb 8) we’re experiencing a window where every planet transits in direct motion with energetic clarity allowing increased active progress and manifestation in our lives,” said Sue, adding, “Straddle the fence of change or swaddle and embrace the infant of birthing new times. . .regardless, we now begin to glimpse 2020’s potent dynamics leading to paradigms shifting this year 2020.”

On a micro-scale, the intense energies of five planets and the South Node all in earthy Capricorn but with communicative Mercury now in Aquarius presents on a smaller-scale the shattering and reconstruction of ideologies we’re creating in the times of today.

To aid in the discussion, Kathryn Andren, an astrologer artist and intuitive, will join this fascinating episode. She is the Founder of The Love Astrologer for individual and relationship astrology consultations including families and children.

“Kathryn integrates into her private healing practice and consultations 20 years of astrology, tarot, and energy healing bodywork with massage therapy,” said Sue.

Kathryn holds a BA in Psychology. She also writes Brides Magazine’s monthly sassy horoscopes, is a Webinar speaker/lecturer, past event coordinator for Astrology Hub, and currently works part-time for the Omega Institute Holistic Studies in Rhinebeck, NY.


Join your host, Sue Rose Minahan, as she discusses the orchestra of life that is the Cosmos. Astrological archetypes and their related cycles take the center stage as Sue navigates the unconscious patterns that represent humanity’s collective experiences, carried from time’s past into the present. Each week brings a guest joining Sue in a conversation deliberating and sharing their astrological or life perspective on a subject involving the month’s archetype and cycle.

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