Astrology is a vast science.
Though it is traditionally an astrologer is  more versed with it than
a psychic, it takes many years to master the craft of this and be able to use it for tangible readings. However it is not just limited to advanced science readings. Its imagery is rich with details that can be colorful in meditation. In fact, a steady structure in meditation is what is desired in order to bring a level of attunement.

Astrology can also be used as a spiritual tool for attunement. There are many meditations that use the phases of the Moon each month. For instance the major angles of it form an eight rayed star, which is the most radiant of star in the cosmos. This is the shape of all things in manifestation. Mystical things and intuition exist because of the connectedness of all things. The entire universe is made up of elements that move in patterns. These same elements and patterns are within us and within all of life. All of life moves together.

A favorite meditation of mine is based upon a lovely scene I saw many years ago. Imagine sitting on a hill where the Sun is just behind you. Then in front of you, a large white, Full Moon in a blue rises. Breathe in and let the Moon shine. A quiet curtain of fireflies is spread out and glitters atop the gently swaying becoming brighter as the radiant Sun has fully set. Breathe deeply. The whole sky beneath is a living canvas of sparkling jewels. Keep your eyes closed and let your mind expand from horizon to horizon. Do this for a good 10 minutes and you will feel energized, relaxed, and centered.

Another favorite meditation of mine is based on the Moon and tides. I call it a renewal, New Moon or Easter meditation. Visualize a windy day at the beach. You can feel the salt on your face, and smell the airy ocean. When the tide is in, the waves come rhythmically crashing and booming in to shore. High surf is like the Full Moon and New Moon is quietly waiting for the returning tide.

A simple attunement can be practiced throughout the day by being aware each day when the Sun rises, a zodiac sign rises with it. And as the Sun travels across the sky above us during the course of the day, that zodiac sign travels with it. Each day the Sun rises in the next degree of a sign and throughout the twelve signs each year showing an intricate and methodical wheel of life. There is magic and higher vibration to life with astrology can keep us tuned into it.

Phases of the Moon (waning/ axing) can be a vital role in when to meditate whether it is the first quarter, Full Moon, third quarter or New Moon. There are also special planetary aspects that can instrumental for the types of meditation as well as the hours for these meditations.

Author's Bio: 

Jackie Williams has worked for as a manager overlooking the talent department for a prominent new age communications company. Later as the internet developed, she diversified her recruitment specialty to server global clients for a internet based spiritual network.
She attained her Master of Arts in Anthropology from Northern Arizona University and her BA from Hunter College.