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Malaysia’s Love Expert and Spiritual Guru, Sarah May Low, Offers Tips on Understanding Astrology, Tarot, and the Pandemic

I sought out Malaysia’s best astrologer, also known as Malaysia’s No.1 Tarot Reader, Sarah May Low, to determine if more people were turning to esoteric science in times of crisis, especially this virus epidemic.

Sarah May Low forecasts that only after 2023 that the globe will experience some form of “stability.” Things will not “go back to normal” as the virus is here to stay but because it is also the age of the Aquarius. Aquarius is the sign of the rebel. “All these political unrest and economic upheavals are happening because people want to challenge tradition and people with power at the top. The Aquarius era champions the difference we find in each other instead of forcing ourselves to fit into society. I know this very well because I am an Aquarius myself!” Sarah smiles cheekily.

Though Sarah already has plenty of international clients. Online sessions during the “lockdown” have increased by three folds. Also, there was a rise in inquiries in the months that followed. She thinks that is because people are “tremendously stressed” and want greater assurance in these chaotic times. Not only are people losing their jobs, businesses are closing down, but Sarah has seen marriages failing every single week for the past 18 months.

In her sessions, she uses a formula to analyze everything from their inherent skills to their strengths and weaknesses, ranging from birthdate to career goals. As a result, the customer will be able to decide their next course of action.

While known for her popularity for offering tarot and astrological consults, she recognizes that there’s a mysticism that surrounds astrology.

Sarah is what you call a “scientific person” and calls astrology “statistics,” since astrologers have tabulated occurrences using the stars for ages.

One cannot look at sun signs alone as there are only 12 signs exist (not 13), and not everyone with the same sun sign would act similarly.

“To know everything about you, we would have to analyze every single planet and placements in your chart, and everything you’ve done so far, just because someone has a good chart doesn’t mean that they will reach their highest potential in life without putting in the work and effort.”

Some people may find these new ages techniques “frightening,” according to Sarah. As she tries to soothe them, she says that the cards aren’t dangerous because they’re only just “some cards with images.” It just reflects your inner voice, subconscious mind, and insecurity, and the tarot reader helps structure your thoughts and give you specific strategies to help you achieve your goals. For example, a person who feels an employee is unlikely to be helpful for the company could draw tarot cards that show intuitive wisdom of action.

Sarah advises readers that in the next two years, “Go with the flow.” Sarah is using all the time she has right now – as she is in the middle of a lockdown in Malaysia – to focus on her doctorate as she will complete her Ph.D. in Human Communications in a few more months. Many think that Sarah is a full-time astrologer and tarot reader, but Sarah’s primary focus is more on her academic studies. Sarah said, “I love knowledge and learning. I might even study for another Masters degree or move to South Korea to study Korean for two years when borders open!”

She’s happy that it’s the age of the Aquarius, and now everything has digitalized and moved online, including her academy, which has now shifted to the online format. She wants to be a digital nomad and wake up in a new city every month when borders reopen.

She doesn’t miss her high-flying and jet-setting career as a Business Development Director. The workload she was experiencing took a toll on her health, which resulted in two major surgeries in 2017 and 2018, and it was for this reason, she decided to step back.

The only problem Sarah has nowadays is thinking about what her next adventure would be, and she finds that to be a joyful problem. “A Gemini friend taught me that Life is all about perspective. If we look at it from a different and more positive perspective, this pandemic has made us realized how strong and resilient we all are,” she says.

How to find her

Sarah’s studio office is located in Puchong Jaya, Selangor State, in Malaysia. International clients can visit my websites:

For Astrology and Tarot Reading bookings: https://sarahmaylow.com/services/

To enroll for her Diploma in Tarot Divination course: https://sarahmaylowuniversity.thinkific.com

You can also follow her through Facebook and Instagram: @sarahmaylowtarotacademy

Jourdain Bell is a Columnist at Disrupt Magazine. Based in Santa Barbara, California, he specializes in VC, Tech, Branding, and PR. He's been featured in Influencive, Future Sharks, Thrive Global, Vanity Stardom, and more. Jourdain currently works at one of the most active Venture Capital Firms in the world, Alumni Venture Group. Prior to entering the Venture Capital Industry, he Co-founded Beast Media Agency, a digital marketing and PR company focused on helping founders get their stories featured in online publications. Jourdain currently interviews entrepreneurs, founders, and influencers who are making an impact on the world for publications like The Hustlers Digest, Kivo Daily, Future Sharks, Thrive Global and Disrupt.

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