I have always liked looking back on the year, to see what kind of sense it gives as it comes to a close. What shape has it had? What light or shadow has it left in our hearts? Much of our work in astrology touches into the future, and at a time when our sense […]
Lynn was a featured guest on Traci L. Slatton’s podcast. Lynn and Traci talk about Lynn’s journey to become an astrologer, Saturn in Sagittarius and Mercury retrograde. Enjoy! Your browser does not support the audio element. Please update your browser.
by Lynn Bell This article was first published in the Apr./May 2014 issue of The Mountain Astrologer and is reprinted here with permission. The Sun and the 5th house — the house of its joy — are connected to the making of music, to dance, to pleasure. Music in this sense brings us to life;
by Lynn Bell June 19, 2015, Paris Saturn slipped back into Scorpio just a few days ago. You may have felt it in your dreams. The dark, labyrinthine feeling was there for me, even before I’d tracked the planetary shift, signaling a time to go back and give attention to undigested emotions, to psychic free
Lynn Bell explains how squares in a natal chart represent a person’s creative edge in this podcast. She talks about how we get caught in repetitive behavior, and how aspects can function as fault lines and defense mechanisms in the psyche. She reflects on how to integrate and resolves squares by finding the balance point.
by Lynn Bell As 2015 begins, Paris, and the world with it, has been shocked, torn, and brought together. ‘Je suis Charlie’ is everywhere. It is stretched out at bus stops, on storefronts, handbags, and coats. It is written on the faces of young girls, flashed in neon across the top of the Arc de
A Conversation with Alexander Ruperti… on Astrology’s Place in the World by Lynn Bell This article was first published in the Dec./Jan. 1998 issue of The Mountain Astrologer and is reprinted here with minor editorial changes and with permission. For those of you who wonder what is possible after the second Saturn return, Alexander Ruperti’s