Astrological Counseling in Vienna 2009 - 2022
An example best illustrates the difference between horary astrology and annual forecast. Recently, I received a mail in which the client wanted to discuss her career. She was about to change jobs and wanted to know which counseling would best suit her concerns.
I explained that with the annual forecast, we could look at the change of profession from the perspective of general time flow and the so-called quality of time. That would address personal development and professional predisposition. The birth chart would be the basis for analyzing the time quality. However, if the client had a specific question about a career change, then horary astrology is the more appropriate choice. For example, if she applied for a particular job or planned to do so. However, if the client had a specific question about a career change, then horary astrology is the more appropriate choice. For example, if she applied for a particular job or planned to do so.
It turned out that the client wanted to change her job. But she did not know exactly where it should go and when exactly is the right time to quit her current position. I realized that she was concerned with gaining perspective and direction and that I should approach this with an annual horoscope. It meant that I would analyze the personal and professional predispositions in the natal chart and relate them to the specific period. It would help her determine the favorable time for a change and make a strategic plan to achieve her goals.
On the other hand, a specific question like "Will I get the job I applied for in precisely XY company?" can only be answered with a horary horoscope. The more exact the question is, the more suitable it is for horary astrology. It is also important to say the question is essential in horary astrology. The exact wording is less critical, but grasping the essence of the question is crucial.
In the post "Professional and home-related questions - horary astrology," you can read about specific horary questions and answers.