A typical childbirth astrology consultation can go like this:
Collecting Birth Information: The astrologer will require the projected due date and, if available, the time and location of birth in order to deliver correct insights. A dawn or sunset chart might be used as a guide if the time of birth is unknown.
The astrologer will utilise the information provided to generate a birth chart (natal chart) for the anticipated time of birth. This chart offers a snapshot of the locations of heavenly bodies at that precise time, including the Sun, Moon, and planets.
Analysis of the Birth Chart: The astrologer will examine the birth chart to learn more about the child’s possible strengths, personality traits, and qualities. This analysis might consist of:
Based on the child’s birthdate, the sun sign (or horoscope) can offer broad insights into the child’s temperament.
The moon sign, which stands for instincts and emotions, can shed light on a child’s emotional makeup.
the locations of other significant planets in the child’s chart, which may reveal more details about their future abilities, difficulties, and life path.
birthing Timing: Some pregnant parents look for advice on how to choose an astrologically advantageous time for birthing. According to the placements of celestial planets, astrologers may recommend specific times or dates for delivery.
Consultation and explanation: The astrologer usually meets with the expectant parents to go over the insights gleaned from the birth chart and to explain how astrological influences work. During this conversation, parents are free to query and request additional clarity.
Name Suggestions: Depending on the child’s astrological chart and traits, the astrologer might occasionally suggest names. These names are said to be compatible with the astrological energy of the child.