Saturday 31 January 1998
Liz Greene, Küsnacht: Insecurity
Feelings of insecurity and self-doubt may be reflected by
many factors in the birth chart, as well as by certain transits
and progressed aspects. Insecurity is an archetypal human
condition and sometimes it can be crippling. But the different
ways in which it is represented astrologically, and the different
psychological roots which lead to it, suggest that we can
creatively work with, if not entirely heal, our feelings of
insecurity. This seminar will explore the roots and expressions
of human insecurity, as well as ways of containing and working
with it to turn one of our most painful internal dynamics
into a positive tool for development and achievement.
Saturday 28 February 1998
Saturday 16 May 1998
Liz Greene, Küsnacht: Apollo's Chariot
The Sun is a complex symbol in the birth chart, reflecting
both past and future, paternal inheritance and individual
destiny. It is connected not only with vocation and our expression
in the world as individuals, but also with the nature of our
deepest religious and spiritual feelings, and with what we
need to feel our lives are worth living. This seminar will
explore the many levels of the Sun's meaning, mythically,
psychologically, and astrologically, examining it through
its sign, house, and aspects to other planets as well as through
solar progressed aspects. We will also explore why the Sun
sometimes seems to remain blocked or unexpressed in particular
individuals or at particular times in life, and what we can
do to help the Sun to shine more brightly.
Charles Harvey, London: Money and Astrology II
Each one of us has the power to add something of real value
to the world. With Saturn entering Taurus on 9th June and forming
a long square to Neptune in Aquarius, the Cosmos is asking us
to take a long hard look at our values, at the "centre of gravity"
in our lives and the myths which guide us as creative, productive
individuals. This seminar will continue to explore the way in
which our birth chart can reveal our unique ability to become
a positive and constructive contributor to our own life and
the lives of those with whom we are involved. Focus will be
placed on the importance of specific midpoints in the chart.
The seminar will also consider the current economic and political
climate as the world economy confronts renewed tensions between
capitalism and utopian socialism and the outlook for markets
and investments. It is not essential to have attended Part 1.
To optimise the value of this seminar, do bring your own chart
and midpoints with you.