Personal Astrology Chart Reading
A reading of the natal chart reveals key issues and patterns about
how we see the world around us and how we react to it. Becoming aware of
these patterns and the part we play in creating our own reality, enables
us to become more insightful and effective with the people and
situations in our lives.
Personal chart reading sessions are fairly flexible, depending on the
issues you prefer to focus on, and typically last about an hour and half
to two hours. They can be in-person (Miami), or over the phone. Questions are
encouraged, and the reading takes place in an informal and relaxed
setting. You are welcome to take notes. An audio tape of the session and
a printed natal chart are complementary.
In Person sessions in
Miami, serving South Florida.
Phone consultations are available for
out of town and international clients.
You can make an appointment
for a session:
phone: (305) 866 9396
Please include a phone number or e-mail address to contact you,
and type of session you are interested in.
Astrology Reading Requests for Children
When it comes to children,
Roman encourages the parent or parents to get to know their own charts
first, so that parents can be more aware of owning their own issues and
how these relate to those of their children. After that, looking at some
of the main energetic interactions between the parent and child may be
helpful. Cost is similar to a second reading.
Normally a reading
of a child's chart is not recommended, unless there are specific needs.
This is partly to give children space to develop their own personality,
and for ethical grounds, as a child is not as likely to appreciate the
reading or to be realistically capable of giving informed consent.
about Astrologer Roman Oleh Yaworsky
Requirements for an Astrology Reading
You need to acquire information
about your birth time and place, in order to calculate your natal chart
for a session. Please be aware of the following details:
(please include the source of this information)
Try to obtain as accurate a time as possible. This information
may be available in the hospital records where you were born, or may
have been recorded in the City registry, Municipal records or Church
registry. Be aware that your birth certificate may actually record the
date and time of issue, rather than birth -so double check. Your parents
and other family members are your second source of information. The
circumstances and supporting recollections that they remember are also
important. Be aware that births in many places, especially during the
fifties and sixties involved anesthesia, and this may throw off
recollections considerably, so please indicate any such information.
Although an accurate time of birth provides better certainty with
respect to some issues, sessions where there is no time given are
nevertheless very informative and worthwhile.
checking for and adjustment for accuracy is made during the session.
Partly this is necessary, since actual definitions of birth with respect
to timing vary widely, and this can easily translate to an inaccuracy
of as much as 15 minutes. Often there may have been delays in recording
the actual time.
Adjustments are always made for time zone
variations, so please include only the local time at birth, to avoid
Location of Birth
When giving the place of
birth, please indicate what major town or city is near by. Some states
have more than one location with the same name, or the name may change
Date of Birth
Please write out the name of the
month and the full year to avoid any possible confusion.