Astrology - Ancient wisdom - Modern Insight

October 5, 19 & November 2 - 9am - 1pm

Like many others I came to astrology out of curiosity. In some unspoken way I was hoping astrology could answer all my questions. Questions about the mystery of life, about my relationships and about what color I should paint my house. 

Years later I have come to understand that astrology can indeed answer many questions, both small and grand, but astrology offers us more, much more. 

Astrology is the study of the relationship between the relative positions of the planets of our solar system and life here on earth. The word astrology comes from the Greek words astron, meaning ‘star' and logos, meaning ‘word'. Quite literally astrology means ‘language of the stars’. A language and practice that has developed over thousands of years and has been a part of all major cultures and religions since its earliest recorded beginnings in the third millennium BC. 

Contrary to popular belief, astrology is not about cause and effect. It is about correlation and reflection. 

Also astrology is not a science. Astronomy is a science. The science of astronomy tells us what and how. 

The language of the stars, astrology, tells us why. 

“Astrology at its best, roots us in the poetic language of the soul. It has a special capacity to liberate our imaginations and encourage us to think less literally and to visualize our lives as a mythic quest. It helps us loosen and transform our subconscious fixations”. Rob Brezsny 

Astrology can reveal our greatest gifts, our deepest insights and our enduring strengths. 

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