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Jayne Logan’s approach to Astrology is down-to-earth, thoughtful and practical. Her personal journey in the study of this ancient science has allowed her to gain meaningful understanding of the “why” in life. She sees Astrology as an instrument enabling us to engage fully and move through the seasons and cycles of life without fear, but with awareness and purpose. “There is something about this “Art” that encourages a blending of mind and heart. The intertwining of these facets within each of us, enables profound and insightful comprehension of our own life story. At any given time, our place in that story has particular meaning, but at times that meaning escapes us.” In her work, Jayne helps her clients understand their “whys”, to realize the possibilities, and to participate fully in their life’s journey. Jayne is an independent Management Consultant and Certified Professional Coach specializing in Personal Development & Career Transition. Based in Canada, she travels extensively and serves clients in North America and Europe. She considers Astrology to be a highly valued tool in her Coaching and Consulting practice, one which she uses with a deeply Mindful Heart.

Introduction to Aspects: Soft Aspects and Orbs

By |2019-03-06T00:01:29+00:00March 15th, 2019|Astrology|

Soft Aspects and Orbs: The trine and sextile are often referred to as soft aspects, and they suggest an energy between planets which is easy, flowing and innate. These aspects suggest cooperation between the energies of two (or more) planets and can reflect innate talents, things that come easily or naturally to the individual. As such, they offer opportunities for creativity; however, if there are too many easy aspects within a chart, there can be very little for a person to strive for.

Introduction to Aspects: Conjunction & Hard Aspects

By |2019-03-04T19:59:16+00:00March 2nd, 2019|Astrology|

Astrological aspects identify the mathematical relationship (or angle) between 2, or more, planets or angles in a chart. While there are many aspects used by astrologers, the best place to begin is with the five traditional major aspects, the Conjunction, Sextile, Square, Trine, and Opposition. Major aspects are those that can be used to divide 360 evenly and are each divisible by 10. Each of these aspects represents a different type of energy, and some are more challenging than others. It is important to remember, however, that no aspect is ‘good’ or ‘bad’ and too many or too few of one type can be a disadvantage. Aspects may be helpful or detrimental, depending on the planets involved…they describe the potential interaction, tendencies, abilities, and disabilities apparent with the inter-relationships that exist. In this article the conjunction, opposition, and square are highlighted.

Mindful Heart Astrology ~ Succedent Houses

By |2018-10-31T02:37:01+00:00November 9th, 2018|Astrology|

The Succedent Houses of the Horoscope are the second category or classification of Houses in the chart. Immediately following the angular Houses, Succedent Houses are the 2nd, 5th, 8th and 11th, and traditionally astrologers have not considered them to be as powerful as their predecessors. However, in practical application it seems more accurate to suggest that the Succedent Houses reflect areas of life where maintaining a certain degree of consistency and steadiness is desirable. In this way the Succedent Houses reflect something of the nature of the Fixed modality.

Mindful Heart Astrology ~ Angular Houses

By |2018-10-31T02:26:30+00:00October 31st, 2018|Astrology|

The Angular Houses are the Ascendant or ASC (1st), Descendant or DC (7th), Midheaven or MC (10th), and the Nadir or IC (4th). These are considered the most potent areas of a chart, and planets placed within any of these Houses are infused with energy and represent significant influence in the chart, and thus the life of the individual.

Mindful Heart Astrology ~ Element Water

By |2018-09-20T17:58:12+00:00September 20th, 2018|Astrology|

Water element signs can be described as compassionate, nurturing and protective. There is an inherent need for them to feel safe and secure, so they tend to have a private side allowing them to protect their sense of vulnerability. The nature of Water enables them to feel the nuances and undercurrents of situations and their immediate environment, reflecting intuitive qualities. The Water signs are characterized by a flow of energy concerned with emotion, feeling and sensitivity.

Mindful Heart Astrology ~ The Element of Earth

By |2018-08-09T10:55:56+00:00September 6th, 2018|Astrology|

Earth element signs are imbued with energy directed towards manifestation, stability and concretization. They have the potential to give form to ideas, organize, create structure, and make things happen. Earth signs are practical in nature and considered reliable and stable, with grounding characteristics. Earthy people tend to have their feet planted firmly on the ground, they are hard-working, and tend to be governed by a certain amount of sensibility.

The Element of Air:  Communication, Connection, Ideas, and Intellect

By |2018-07-20T19:04:31+00:00July 20th, 2018|Astrology|

Those signs in Air tend to have energy directed towards communication and connection. Gemini, Libra and Aquarius are all bridge-builders of sorts, able to see both sides of a situation.  They are objective and logical, able to bring clarity to emotional situations. Airy people tend to be sociable, good networkers and connectors of ideas and people, though all three of the signs express differently as they reflect the ‘quadruplicity’ (or mode) to which they belong.

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