Update and Refresh for 2022: What is your life’s purpose? Wouldn’t you like to know what makes relationships work according to the stars — in a way that enables us to know ourselves better? Ahead of Valentine’s Day, we talk with Brian Hill, Humanistic Astrologer, about finding love within ourselves and in the world, and making relationships work. Most traditional seekers have historically wanted to know “what will happen and how it can be avoided if it’s unpleasant.” Isn’t it more meaningful and sustainable long-term, and in-depth, to understand our essential characteristics? The goal is to discover our innate potential and life purpose. That is the essence of Humanistic Astrology and the core of the work that Brian delves into with us. It’s a big picture view and Brian Hill will break it down for us. We’ll talk about the effects of the pandemic, our changing sense of destiny, our need to make meaning out of life, and the more pressing issue of discovering our life purpose. With so many people re-examining their work, their careers and its rewards, their worldly contributions and innermost desires, this is a conversation that you won’t want to miss. Find your peace and purpose now. Drop in with Brian Hill, and drop us a line with any questions or comments on your mind!
Brian Hill has been a humanistic Astrologer for twenty-five years. He works with thousands of clients throughout the United States and Europe, and has taught astrology in Florida, California, and Colorado. Brian is a guest on numerous national and local television and radio shows. A native of Brooklyn, New York, Brian attended St. John’s University in NY on a basketball scholarship and graduated with a degree in Business Administration. His first career as a Florida Builder, Real Estate Developer and General Contractor for twenty-five years featured high rise, beach front condominiums, apartments, subdivisions, single family residences and office buildings. In his evolved career, Brian has become a multi-talented writer, engaged for twelve years as a monthly columnist for columnist for the Sarasota Herald Tribune, the New York Times, Gateway Media, and Halifax Media. He has authored two novels and numerous short stories, and currently lives in Prescott, Arizona where he hikes the Bradshaw Mountains, practices Tai Chi, yoga, Qigong, and frequents cafés to write over coffee. You also might find Brian in an empty cowboy bar in the afternoon, accompanied by a glass of bourbon and his writing book.Leave a comment for radio show guests