Topics such as mental illness, death and anything that is considered to be taboo is always shoved under the rug. That is why it is taboo. It is time that these uncomfortable parts of life are brought out. I am organizing a new podcast called Exploring the Eighth House and there will be no set time as far as when it airs.
The Eighth House in astrology is the area in your astrological chart that is ruled by the sign Scorpio, and is the area that governs these uncomfortable facts of life. In fact, this house is known to be the “house of sex”, but sex is only a part of what it represents. Psychology, death, other people’s stuff, debt, investments and secrets are what this house also rules. In other words, whenever you are dealing with the Eighth House, you are dealing with heavy duty stuff that make others squirm.
Stay tuned for upcoming podcasts of me interviewing psychologists, grief counselors, funeral directors, and other interesting individuals that would focus on these topics.
I already learnt so much more about the Eighth House than I knew before, just from your short introduction here.
It does seem to concern many ‘squirming’ or uncomfortable issues. I bet your podcasts will be amazing!
Would a person born in Scorpio have any special leaning towards dealing with these issues (or not!)
On anther note, I love your blog tag line…
‘So much to say, so little time’ 😀
Thank you and yes, the Eighth House is Scorpio’s natural house, and therefore a Scorpio would naturally be dealing with those issues. However, the Sun sign only makes up a fraction of who you are, a whole other discussion!
Looking forward to your new podcasts, even though I don’t know diddly (Bo?) about astrology, the 8th house or any like elements.
On the other hand, sounds interesting…and perhaps, fun?
Thanks Edward, looking forward to getting them out as well! It will come out very soon!
I would be interested in being a guest for your podcast. I am the Official Lipstick Reader in the Spiritual Realm however I the go to person regarding all trauma leading to PTSD.
Please let me know if I may be of service.
Hi Miranda, I would love to interview you, send your information through my contact page.