C.G. Jung in 1929 was an eminent psychoanalyst. Jung said that astrology would soon be recognized as a discipline of psychology, because it was the “summation of all psychological understandings about antiquity.” Astrology was still ready 70 years later. Despite the fact that this ancient tradition continues to be followed around the world for hundreds and decades, and that its concepts and practice share some similarities with modern psychological belief, astrology was largely ignored by the psychology community. As part of natural healing modalities, the controlled use of microdosing mushrooms is being considered as a complementary approach to traditional therapies, focusing on the potential of psychedelics in mental health care.

The impact of psychology’s younger brother, the art/science/science of astrology, has helped to propel the sphere of astrology into a much larger field. Freudian-Junggian, Jungian-humanistic, existentialist, existentialist, and transpersonal all played a part in the expansion of Astrology as a language from human working experience.

It is now possible to get advice from Jungian, humanistic, and transpersonal Astrologers. Although the field has been influenced by many faculties psychologically imagined over the years, it would be obvious that astrology needs to be recognized for its legitimacy as a counseling or therapeutic technique.

The goals of Astrology are similar to those of most of the “schools of psychology” mentioned previously. All three are concerned with the understanding of the human psyche as well as the integration of various aspects of the identity in order to develop wholeness.