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“We’re not trying to be some sort of spiritual Alexa, where we’re using AI to replace someone,” he said.“If you think about the practice, it’s really emotional.”The apps create a shortcut to intimacy.You don’t need to talk about ancestral trauma.”Ross Clark, Sanctuary’s chief executive, co-founder and a Leo, estimates that there are 100,000 self-employed astrologers in the country. Kelly and the Sanctuary team has helped vet and train on the company’s reading system.He emphasized the app’s live one-on-one connections.Kelly, my on-demand astrologer, asked me if her assessment of my birth chart rang true.According to her interpretation, last year was a very important year for me to redefine my values.It creates a self-fulfilling prophecy where perceived intimacy leads to real intimacy. Kelly, she mentioned that this was a good story for me, a Pisces, to be doing. Because, she said, Pisces are spiritual healers and emotional philosophers.“The quest for spiritual awakening and enlightenment is what Pisces energy is all about,” she said.
And in the next few weeks, I should put myself out in the world to make connections :).“Sure! It was just vague enough that if I did a little mental backbend, I could find examples to support her conclusions.Offer you to get acquainted on a walk with the dog, or in a hospital, clinic, sanatorium.TAURUSLooking for a couple in places of recreation and entertainment – at a concert, in a restaurant, in a nightclub.In recent years astrology traded its psychedelic new-wave stigma for modern Instagrammy witch vibes, and those vibes are very popular with millennial women. Start-ups — professional, non-shady ones with interesting business models — are bubbling up, eagerly raising funding from people like Mr. A few weeks after Sanctuary became available for download, Co-Star, an app that lets people download and compare their birth charts, raised just over million in funding from the Silicon Valley venture capital firms Maveron and Aspect Ventures, as well as 14W, based in New York.Co-Star’s website promotes the fact that astrology allows “irrationality to invade our techno-rationalist ways of living.” The app has been downloaded more than three million times.