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From the moment we are born, we are learning about ourselves in many different ways. The majority of people don’t know much more about themselves than what they learn in school. Traditional schools teach us a little bit about our body functionality, a bit of chemistry, a bit of basic physics, some basic psychology and a few other things to assist us to get by in life. These schools do not have anything in their curriculum remotely related to the study of humans that goes beyond the physical body or beyond what we are ‘permitted’ to learn.

The Moon, familiar because we see it almost every night, is nevertheless mysterious–especially when we ponder its origin and nature. Astrologically, we understand the Moon’s association with femininity, motherhood, the nurturing instinct, food, self-care, the body’s immune system, emotions, caring for others, our household and home, and much more.
The Moon is responsible for our basic survival instincts.

The most common question we astrologers get from sceptics is: What is the physical mechanism by which celestial bodies influence our life?
Sceptics like to say that astrology is pseudoscience because no scientific proof exists that there’s a physical mechanism by which celestial bodies affect our thinking or decision-making processes.