My name is Sara Diamond, and I would be happy to read your astrological chart for you and with you.
Astrology is a healing art that can help us better understand and accept ourselves and others we know.
My interest in astrology began in 1978 when I received my first natal chart reading from a friend and fellow disciple in a universalist lineage of Sufism. In the spiritual counterculture of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, some of my best friends were astrologers. In 1995, I became a regular client of a local astrologer who taught me a lot. In 2014, at the very beginning of my second Saturn, I became a committed student of astrology. A few months later, I realized that it is my calling.
That sudden insight surprised me. I already had a job and I’ve had several careers. In my 20s and 30s, I was an investigative journalist, political author and academic sociologist. In my early 40s, I went to law school and then started my own solo office. I continue to work as a lawyer at the present time.
I began on a spiritual path at age 14, first with the practice of yoga and meditation. At 18, I became a Sufi initiate. At 40, my spiritual grounding shifted to vipassana meditation and the theravadan Buddhist tradition. More recently, coinciding with becoming a student of astrology, I have become a student of shamanism, and my meditation practice has shifted as such.
Since 2015, I’ve been immersed in the study of astrology through numerous courses and apprenticeship programs. My teachers – too many to list all of them – have included evolutionary astrologer Daniel Fiverson, Julija Simas of the Cosmic Intelligence Agency, and Tony Howard and the team of astrologers with Astrology University.
The thread through all the twists and turns of my life has been a quest for union with the Divine and opportunities to offer my intellectual strengths in service.
Now in my 60s, I am integrating a wealth of life experience. Astrology is a gift, from the Sky itself, and from the astrological ancestors who, for millennia, have kept alive the study of the cycles of time. It’s a gift I’d like to share with you.
To wake at dawn with a winged heart and give thanks for another day of loving.
~ Khalil Gibran