15 Nov

Scorpio: The Soul’s View. With Mark Borax.

November 15, 2015

Mark Borax, Soul Level Astrologer, masterfully describes the often vilified and misunderstood water sign of Scorpio. Mark explains how Scorpio’s greatest desire is to connect us to our Soul: our authentic core nature that accompanies us through all our life times. Our ego-identified self forgets our true nature, and keeps us separated from experiencing genuine Love.

Mark insists Scorpio’s pure and natural desire to physically, emotionally and spiritually express love from our Soul has been grossly distorted in our culture, in our communication and entertainment industries. Even the astrological community is all too focused on the darker manifestations of Scorpio and ignores its life-giving and regenerative forces. Mark tells us how, like the archetypal Hero, we can face our fears and shadows, and experience the ‘death’ of our ego-identified self. He inspires us to look beyond illusory falsehoods, and connect with this primal, transformative energy so we can ‘love our lives out.’

MarkBoraxMark Borax has been a nomadic poet his whole life. In the late seventies he traveled the U.S. and Canada performing and selling his poetry. In the mid-eighties Mark was befriended by his adolescent idol, writer Ray Bradbury, who became his literary godfather, believing in Mark’s writing when Mark had fallen into doubt. Mark was part of the original mystery school that visionary astrologer Ellias Lonsdale founded in California’s Santa Cruz Mountains in the 1980s. In 1987 Mark created Soul Level Astrology, which uses the birth chart as a window to the soul. Since then he has helped thousands of people with their soul purpose. In 2008 Frog Books and Random House co-published Mark’s first book, 2012: Crossing the Bridge to the Future, now a bestseller. It describes Mark’s seven-year apprenticeship with Ellias Lonsdale. Mark’s web site is www.markborax.com. He is available for soul level astrology sessions, speaking and book signings. He can be contacted by email at mborax@gmail.com.

Listen to this radio episode on the Voice America website.