Theoretically, if you do a lot of something, you’ll get good at it. I don’t think this is necessarily true in practice, especially in my field. I have personally paid big name astrologers to read my chart and they seemed burned out to me. I got a halfhearted, generic readings that seemed scripted. It’s easy to see how this could happen after you’ve read 10,000 charts!
But there are people like me (with Libra) who really like working with others. I love a puzzle, and I love to serve.
I also hate wasting a person’s time or money because I hate it when people waste my time and money. These are some of the qualities that keep me on top my game.
On the topic on doing a lot of something, provided you’re involved and your heart is in it, you do get better and better at your job. You also gather other information. It like talking to a oncologist who has been treating patients day in and day out for years. Scale matters. He or she is going to look at you and know the probabilities while still allowing for an anomaly.
I respect psychology. I went to therapy myself, 25 years ago. I went weekly for 3 years! I consider this some of the best money I ever spent. However I don’t think that kind of investment is always necessary.
What I’ve found in practice is people are often horribly dogged with a problems that can be easily resolved. It is possible to talk to an astrologer for thirty minutes and be good to go. Psychology is not set up this way. Who goes to one session of therapy?
This supports the idea that astrology is ruled by Uranus. It doesn’t cling to you or create a dependency unless you want to go there with it. I like astrology because help is readily accessible, effective and efficient. This is exactly what many people want.