Instructors: Faye Cossar and Judith Holloway. 
Meets 10:00 AM PST on Sundays

What can I be good at? What should I do? What is my calling?

Whether we are 5 or 50, we can be faced with the question of “what do I want to do when I grow up?” We usually have a better sense of what we don’t want than where we might fit. But using the techniques of vocational astrology, you can gain insight into your unique areas of opportunity. Students will create their own vocational profile as they learn how valuable a tool this can be for their themselves and their clients.

Primary Instructors: Kelley Surtees and Judith Holloway
Prerequisite: W110, W111 or knowledge of movement techniques such as transits, progressions, directions, lunar phases

Your client asks a question about what's coming. You know you the techniques for transits, progressions, directions or other methods of moving the chart in time, but how do you select which technique is the most effective? How do you evaluate and weigh the different factors to provide a useful interpretation?
This course will help you refine your skills and gain confidence in your interpretations. 

Instructor: Gary Christen

One of the first rules of Symmetrical is tossing symbolic out the window in favor of what is actually there and dynamic in nature. So the principles involve finding the question connected to the Asc or MC and connecting to the other personal points. Once the question is found via picture and aspect, then so is the answer. Some of the ancient stuff is useful, such as the Ascendant at the beginning or end of a sign, void of course Moon, etc. It is the idea of a significator that misses the point of the work -- we can do a better job without such symbolic connections and a more descriptive job at that. It is often the notion of symbolic connections that keep astrology out of modern thinking.

Primary Instructor: Kenneth Miller

Indian Astrology, called JYOTISH or Vedic Astrology is India’s method for understanding your Destiny.

Click here for a guided tour of the course by Kenneth Miller