Agneta Borstein

  • Astrologer 
  • Visionary 
  • Workshop Facilitator
  • Shamanic Practitioner
  • Teacher
  • Author

 

 

Agneta Borstein —Bio

Agneta, an enthusiastic devotee of Life is a professional astrologer, shamanic practitioner, lecturer, teacher, and workshop facilitator.

After many years as a professional astrologer, Agneta merged her education in Advanced Shamanism and Advanced Healing from The Foundation for Shamanic Studies into her private practice, writing, workshops and lectures with her AstroShamanic approach. She presents and lectures on this concept for astrology groups as well as alternative healing centers.

Solstices, Equinox, Full and New Moon events have been presented by Agneta for many years. Her latest lecture and workshop include, “How Loud Will the Gods Speak?” where she explores current planetary movements lasting from 2012 through 2026. During workshops or lectures, Agneta often invites the audience to participate in meditation, chanting, or journeying.

When astrology takes the center stage, which it often does, Agneta translates this ancient art into a modern language. Her natal chart interpretations, transit observation, relationship and business consultations attest to over 30-years as an astrologer in private practice.

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Check the below endorsements of Agneta’s Moon’s Nodes book:
“A jewel of a book on the mysterious Nodes of the Moon … Borstein wisely incorporates both the Western and Hindu perspectives, giving this book a well-rounded, satisfying look at a subject that has been in the dark for too long.” – N.C.G.R, Geocosmic Journal

“Agneta Borstein beautifully captures the complexity of the Dragon’s Head and Tail – from its rich mythology to its modern interpretation as soul indicator – and does so in a way that is fine-tuned and detailed, and completely accessible to everyone.” – Ronnie Gale Dryer, author of Vedic Astrology, Venus, and Healing Sign.”

“This is not a cookbook but a content-rich exploration of the possible life lessons and meanings inherent in nodal placements.”

—Dell Horoscope.

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