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Madhavi meets life // A look at the stars

13. October 2017
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I feel like a raw egg. Moved. Seen. I close the door behind me, take a deep breath and ask myself why I hadn’t done this sooner – scheduled astrology session with Luisa Hartmann. I’d heard so much about her work, that she’s the best and so on. But from the beginning.

I’m 45 minutes late. I hate being late. Silly me, I’d jotted the appointment down an hour later than scheduled. When I re-read the email from Luisa to find her address, I realized 10 o’clock, Madhavi! Not 11. I fire off a quick text and dash out the door.

Deep peace, endless space

Luisa opens the door, glowing. The room is wonderfully bright and spacious. I feel comfortable immediately. We sit at the table and I catch myself wondering how she can be so glowy, so fresh? How are her cheeks such a lovely, rosy color? Does she help them out somehow? I decide not to ask, but make a mental note to buy some decent blush after the session. I want cheeks like that!

Luisa has an unbelievably lovely way of guiding me into my horoscope: warm, open and clear. And she’s a great listener. I’m given space and so much time, which feels incredibly nourishing. I feel a bit naked – my horoscope is pretty detailed. Luisa tells me things that no one except for me should know. Wild.

She can see that I’ve experienced some darkness in the past, that I was lacking structure and support as a child and as a result have compensated by creating a structured internal support system for myself. She tells me about my strengths and my obstacles which I’ve already spent some time working through. And there’s so much more, of course, but this isn’t the space for that.

I struggle with tears a few times but manage to keep from bawling, even though the space is held beautifully if I need to cry. I’ve become good at being stoic, otherwise I might have gone under in some past situations.

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Simply different

After the session, I feel deeply seen and affirmed. There’s much in life that I choose to do or see differently. I won’t let myself be squashed into any boxes and I don’t live according to society’s norms. I live life in my own way. That’s my nature. The session with Luisa shows me once again that what I do every day is, in fact, my path. My inner voice and my vision are affirmed and fortified. It’s all about bringing what’s on the inside out, about living my true potential and letting my light shine bright.

At the end of the session, I throw on my jacket and catch myself in the mirror on the way out: my cheeks are bright red and I hope they stay that way forever!

P.S. I can’t recommend Luisa Hartmann’s work highly enough. It opened my eyes. She’s also available for Skype sessions, so it doesn’t matter where you live. Such a great support for deeper insight into your own workings.

#staytrue

Madhavi

© Maria Schiffer

 

Madhavi Guemoes
Madhavi Guemoes dachte mit 15, dass sie das Leben vollständig verstanden habe, um 28 Jahre später zu erkennen, dass dies unmöglich ist. Sie arbeitet als freie Autorin und Vollzeit-Bloggerin in Berlin und ist Mutter von zwei Kindern. Wenn sie nicht in die Tasten haut, versucht sie auf dem Kopf zu stehen. Madhavi praktiziert seit mehr als 25 Jahren Yoga - was aber in Wirklichkeit nichts zu bedeuten hat.
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