who we work with

On this page you’ll find descriptions of the types of people we work with and the things that these people do to ensure their success. These are the types of people who would be a great fit for psycho-spiritual astrology and yogic shadow work with Balrāj.

The typical person that we work with experiences one or more of the following:

  • They feel a sense of lack or emptiness in some area of life. This often feels like a constant, background anxiety/fear/guilt.

  • They have explored various methods for fixing their problems, hoping that this would solve the (more fundamental) problem of their inner fulfillment and (finally) end their sense of struggle. These methods haven’t produced the result they wanted, and they’re fearful that no method will help.

  • They want clarity about some way to move forward in order to deal with this more fundamental problem of fulfillment (and not just to solve another worldly problem).

  • They feel that they’re doomed to repeat the same “mistakes”/“failures” in some area of life and aren’t sure how to break these cycles.

  • They’ve experienced success in some area(s) of life, but their anxiety (and an inner sense of emptiness) remain. These people feel that they should be fulfilled but aren’t, and they’re not sure what to do about it.

  • They want to maintain their dignity as they confront their struggles.

The people we work with are ready and willing to take action in one or more of the following ways:

  • learn about those parts of themselves that they’ve neglected/avoided and own up to their fears and desires.

  • face their fears with courage and awareness.

  • try something new and perhaps counterintuitive that may make their current ‘self’ uncomfortable. They understand that changing their life means changing themselves in some important way(s)—even if it means feeling a little (or lots of) discomfort.

  • reconnect with their natural inspirations that have been obscured by the demands of life (or abandoned in the quest for status/money/love, etc.).

  • give up their quest for perfection. They understand that one’s quest to perfect their “self” or (some area of) their “life” reinforces their sense of lack rather than frees them from it.

We would not be a good fit for those looking for one or more of the following:

  • a prediction about if/when they will have/do/be something they desire/fear.

  • a ritual/metaphysical solution that will fix some worldly problem.

  • a decision to be made for them about some particular situation.

  • a guru who will provide approval and/or grant absolution.

  • a reading based on a specific method/tradition of doing astrology.

  • an introduction to Vedic astrology (or those looking to satisfy their curiosity about astrology).