My name is Luke Dani Blue and I am a modern astrologer with an internet-based astrological counseling practice.
Since 2013, I have been working one-on-one with clients to help them understand and be kinder to themselves, set and reach goals and deal productively with planetary events. My clients live everywhere from Hong Kong to Mexico to New Zealand, though the majority reside in Canada and the U.S. (I also see in-person clients in Lethbridge, Alberta.)
You can find my horoscopes and astrology writing at Refinery29, Ranker.com and the Little Red Tarot. In my non-astrology life, I am a short story writer and creative writing teacher with an MFA in fiction.
My counseling practice is based on three core beliefs:
- Fate is a real yet malleable extension of our selves, inseparable from free will. We can’t escape the selves described by our natal charts but we can choose to become ourselves more beautifully and completely.
- No one can predict what will happen, but astrological transits are very good at predicting how the future will feel. They can also help reorient our expectations, so that we can see the value in even tough times.
- Although some lives are harder than others, there is no such thing as a “bad” sign, house or chart. What is difficult is also what is deep, rich and meaningful.
Learn more about what I think astrology is good for (and how using it wrong can screw with your head) here.
Unlike a lot of astrologers, I read charts the same for everyone regardless of gender and sexual orientation.
How about that “Men are from Mars” line? Here’s a blog post about what a load of crap it is.
Similarly, racism, classism, white supremacy, ableism etc. are real and affect how freely we move through the world. The language of astrology can offer insight into how injustice impacts us and how, when and whether to adapt, fight back or focus our attention elsewhere.
I am currently seeing new and return clients internationally by videochat and phone. All sessions include an audio recording.
For rates, reading options or to schedule, click here. For all other inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oh, and if you are so kind as to speak about me in the third person, I use the pronoun “they”.