Celebrity Astrologer’s Solution to Post-Pandemic Anxiety Found in the Four Elements

As we shift out of pandemic life, attempting to pick up where we left off, many of us feel out of balance. We may be depressed or anxious. How do we heal from our post-pandemic stress and overcome persistent lethargy?


  Debra Silverman, astrologer to celebrities from newly engaged celebrities Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers to Sting and Madonna. Debra is armed with solutions for not only post-pandemic anxiety and depression but the pain-body of the collective as well. She teaches that the mystery of anxiety, depression, denial, and fatigue can all be explained through the lens of astrology.


Debra’s live online course Meet the Elements Live: Up Close & Personal begins July 14, 2021 and is currently open for registration.


Her book, “The Missing Element”  details how the four elements — water, air, earth, and fire — define our personality types and provide the keys for healing.

The ancient practice of astrology has seen a huge rise in popularity in recent years, especially among millennials. Debra Silverman combines nearly 40 years of experience both as an astrologer and as a psychotherapist to present all of the complexities of astrology’s wisdom in a practical, helpful, and easy-to-understand way.



Debra’s Tips for Moving Past Post-Pandemic Anxiety to Embrace a New Reality



As we attempt to shift into post-pandemic life and embrace our freedom, many of us are finding that we’ve lost our momentum. We feel anxious and lethargic, and we wonder why.


“You’ve had a whole year to sit with your shadow,” explains Debra. “And now you are face to face with all of those quirky parts of you that you dislike. The parts of you that are eccentric or rebellious, the parts that laugh too loud or cry too much … good luck trying to hold those parts in without effects.”


Today, we are feeling the effects of facing those parts of ourselves that we dislike through the long months of the pandemic. Debra explains that healing can be found in the four elements: water, air, earth, and fire.


  • First, figure out which element is your personality type. Then follow Debra’s tips for moving past post-pandemic anxiety and lethargy.


WATER personality type: Cry easily, sentimental, non-verbal when upset, gut reactions to people, second-guess yourself, negative self-talk, private person, hypersensitive (emotionally or physically), fascinated by the supernatural, love music.

Debra’s tips include:

  • Connect with your feelings and let your emotions flow. Try journaling each day about something that touched your heart. Get a little courageous and begin sharing those experiences with someone else.
  • Give yourself permission to take time to read, meditate, and take naps.
  • Create (or find) a sacred space. Go there for at least ten minutes a day to be still and reconnect with yourself.


AIR personality type: Talkative, enjoy watching people and asking questions, finish people’s sentences, easily get bored with people, can remember numbers and details, easily distracted by external stimuli, change plans easily, forget where you put things, harmony is essential — even at a high cost.

Debra’s tips include:

  • When you speak to others, speak from the heart. Practice saying these sentences: “I need you,” “I miss you,” “I feel sad,” “I was wrong,” “I need help.”
  • Learn to use mantras in meditation. This is a short answer to the question of how to tame the mind and cultivate air.
  • Use journaling to establish your own voice.


EARTH personality type: Saving money is important, others consider you practical and grounded, clean the house when upset, thorough and deliberate with work, sensitive to tastes and smells, prefer to be in control, being in nature is essential, goal-oriented, dependable, slow to change.

Debra’s tips include:

  • Practice saying the mantra, “Nowhere to go and nothing to do”; this is the art of relaxing. Find time to dig in the dirt or watch the clouds float by.
  • Take risks and let go of worrying.
  • Be philanthropic and give to charities, or volunteer. Be honest with yourself and ask: “How do I give back to the Earth in my day-to-day living, work, and service?”


FIRE personality type: Thrive on exercise and physical activity, outspoken, lots of energy, passionate, intense, find humor in life, deeply spiritual or philosophical, inspire others to take action, anger others, life of the party, fight for the underdog.

Debra’s tips include:

  • Practice asking for and giving feedback. Listen without defensiveness.
  • Exercise is the quickest way to fire up the body when there is depression or lethargy. Go slow and don’t be discouraged; it may take some time, but once the regimen is in place, it is much easier to sustain health.
  • Take communication classes. You have a tendency to burn bridges and cut people out when you are done with them. Revisit old friends and open your heart to what you may have done to contribute to the story.



To learn more about Debra Silverman, visit DebraSilvermanAstrology.com and check out her online press kit: debrasilverman.onlinepresskit247.com.