I don’t believe in astrology. But I was given a reading with Craig as a gift. What Craig offered me was invaluable insight into my life, as well as an indication of potential roads to a more joy-filled and purposeful existence. Craig is well-spoken, incredibly intelligent, and deeply insightful. I’ve come to see that it doesn’t matter what tools a counselor/intuitive uses; it’s the person’s ability to see deeply and clearly, and to communicate what he sees in a gentle yet incisive manner. Definitely worth going back (and I did).

 December 1, 2007, N. Isak.

I am writing to sing the praises of my friend Craig Schwartz who happens
to be an amazing evolutionary astrologer.
When I am befuddled about things or need more information or sense
something going on in my life that I can’t quite grasp,
I call him

He is a gifted astrologer, an amazing storyteller, a funny, playful,
smart and soulful guide into what is happening
astrologically in my life and into what is needed on the deepest level.

I revel in his kindness and insights. I find comfort from his readings.
I laugh. And I listen over and over again to the recordings of
our sessions. He is not some kind of future teller but rather some kind
of deep and soulful astrological cartographic decipherer and

Yes, something like that.

July 18, 2012, J. Coren

I had a “Seasons – Current Themes of Growth” reading with Craig because I wanted to hear what to expect in the coming months and next couple of years. I was not disappointed. I enjoyed Craig’s thoughtfulness and intelligence. Clearly, he knows what he’s doing and has a wealth of information to share. He is also very relatable, intuitive, and kind. I’ve noticed in the few days since my reading that I feel more light-hearted. I’m more aware of the greater planetary forces at work and feel hopeful about the next few months and what have in store for me. I know it’s not going to be all rainbows and unicorns, but I feel empowered and able to make some new choices thanks to my reading. It feels like I’ve ‘gotten’ astrology in a whole new way.

February 20, 2013, L. Kaufman