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Living Astrology

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Description

Practical guidance and wisdom for using Astrology, Human Design Astrology and planetary transits to your benefit in your own life. We explore topics astrological, metaphysical and spiritual for 60 mins each week.

Customer Reviews

Poor production quality

Couldn't listen past the intro do to the background noise distortion grossness.
I'm pretty reactive towards it, radio interference drives me up a wall too.
Seems like the podcast has some good topics, pity.

Brilliant

Brilliant podcast
Both of you are terrific

Great Topics but....

I like this podcast as there are some really great topics and Janet is generally very knowledgable and articulate. I think she would do better without her counter part, as he is crass, and takes over the dialogue with repetative grandstanding that takes away from the show. He seems like a hysterionic on too much adderall. Her last guest was an amazing person, who is doing great work to change the world, and yet it was very difficult to even figure out what he was all about with Jason's constant monopolizing of the conversation, ridiculous questions and outbursts. And I have a tendency to swere at times, for emphasis, but his use of alternative language is distracting from the actual issues being discussed. Additionally, the production of this podcast is atrocious, from the introductory music to the constant interruptions, static, delays and background noise. Jason provides far too much information about his minute by minute technological issues and there is little focus on the listeners. His pontificating, even on his own show, keeps the callers and listeners from productive discussion. I hope that Janet is able to improve this podcast because it could be one of the

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