The Good

Only Happy When It’s Sane!


There are sometimes in life where things get wack-a-doodle. Your life can seem a bit fragile or out of control. These are the times to take things extra slow. If life wants to throw you in the fast lane then you need to step back and make sure you are not getting on the crazy train.

Crazy people usually trap good people in new situations or relationships before they know what happened. Don’t get caught in the emotions. You know there are millions of people out there who have emotional problems. These people will throw you into their spiritually toxic world before you can say lickety-split.

Look Before You Leap

It’s not a far cry to think that you too may be swept up. Perhaps the new people you meet have a lot of fancy connections, or they are ultra pretty people or they have some other desirable trait.

Just because something appears good doesn’t mean that it is. This is where your subconscious and your intuition have to come into play. If deep down, you know someone is broken and it’s beyond your skill set to appease them, then why would you ever engage?

People don’t look before they leap. Good friends can help you, and bad ones can make you hate life. Choose your friends like you would choose someone who handles your money for you. Being that money is emotion, the two are not dissimilar. Your friends/significant others should handle your emotions like financial advisor handles cash; with a heck of a lot of respect. Without that respect are they worthy of your time or emotional involvement? Probably not.



Austin is an experienced Astrologer, Numerologist, and a veteran Tarot Card Reader. ( (And more recently a veteran Cajun Relief Member... He has also studied the occult sciences for the past six years. Austin’s spiritual quest began at the age of 19 when his father died. This tremendous loss filled him with grief and led him down a negative land self-destructive life path. After immersing himself in the way of Psychology, Philosophy and Spirituality he discovered Meditation and the Hermetic Arts and was guided out of the darkness that had befallen him. It was precisely at this time that Austin learned a valuable life lesson about how he could help himself. He realized that the only way to make life a rich, rewarding adventure was to help others. Astrology, Tarot, and Numerology offered him a new avenue that enriched his quest of making a positive difference in other people’s lives. This holistic approach gave him a thirst for self improvement and led him to become a Tai Chi and Chi Gong practitioner; and instilled in him a deep love for nature. All his life experiences and accomplishments gave him a personal philosophy: in order to make life rewarding he needed to do his part to make the world a better place and in order to make the world a better place he needed to help others because helping others was really all about healing himself. This personable, caring, authentic behavior is what separates him from other practitioners in the field. Book a session with Austin and experience an immediate, positive shift in your life. Be prepared to ask the deeper questions about where you truly want your life to go. Astrology, tarot, and numerology allowed Austin a new avenue of expression and a way to make a positive difference in others’ lives. He is also a Tai Chi and Qi Gong practitioner, in addition to having a deep love for nature. His personable, caring, authentic manner is what separates him from other practitioners in his fields. Book a session with Austin and experience an immediate shift in your life. Be prepared to ask the deeper questions about where you truly want your life to go.

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