Developer of Integrative Astrology, a Somatic Processing and Conscious Awareness Tool
I am a mother, wife, teacher, business owner, conscious parent coach, group leader, developer of integrative astrology, and supporter for parents of children with autism and teenagers. We live in Louisiana, USA where we find joy in cultural things like spicy crawfish with our family, gumbo (my husband makes it year round), hot lazy summers, and Mardi Gras parades!
I am a Certified Parent Consultant and Coach, Transparent Communication Practice Group Leader, and Astrologer. I’ve studied Conscious Healing for Practitioners and Transparent Communication with Thomas Hubl, Counseling for Astrologers, Transformational Astrology, and mentored with Mark Jones, psycho-therapist and astrologer, and mentored with Eva Giedt, psycho-therapist and transparent communication instructor, on developing sensory integration skills and subtle awareness capacities.
I study and use the work of Dane Rudhyar, Byron Katie, School for The Work, and Thomas Hubl, author of Healing Collective Trauma. Peter Levine, Bessel Van Der Kolk, Stephen Porges, Carl Jung, Dan Siegel, and great spiritual masters and texts such as the Tao Te Ching, the Bible, The Buddha, J. Krishnamurti, Ramana Maharshi, and Nisargadatta Maharaj are all masters in their field and I learn from them every day.
The culmination of the years of studying these great teachers has lead me to a creative development of an embodied somatic approach to awakening through the use of sensory integration, self-inquiry, and the archetypes of the natural zodiac, called Integrative Astrology.
I’ve listed a bunch of labels above describing myself and my family, but the truth is, I know my deeper true nature, as well as theirs, and it is not any of those concepts. The way I came to this understanding was by living through trauma and integrating the fragments of my life that were frozen in time. This work is the most important and challenging thing I’ve ever done. Learning to be completely with ourselves and our uncomfortable parts makes us whole. And wholeness opens our awareness to a broader perspective. I can’t think of anything more valuable than that, and so the work continues.
– With Love, Adriane