Character, Karma and Calling: Astrologies of Soul - Psyche & Character
 Instructors; Joseph Crane and Enid Newberg
 6 Weeks on Thursdays, beginning at 5:30 pm Pacific Time
 Students can take E520A, E520B and E520C to apply toward a diploma elective.

In the First Course, E520A Astrologies of Soul: Psyche and Character, we will start with the many meanings of soul and the different dimensions of our experience of soul.  We travel into the ancient world where we find soul described as our energetic presence in the world and move through the centuries to see how this concept is still present in modern times.

Instructor: Elena Lumen

Traditional horary astrology is one of the most potent and precise forms of divination, it allows us to find answers by aligning or understanding the Universal planetary cycles. In this course, students will examine the foundational principles of horary that can be used by modern or traditional astrologers in their practice. Throughout the class, students will be expected to create and interpret horary charts. Topics covered include:

  • Introduction to traditional horary astrology, brief history and philosophy underlying the art, and considerations against judgment
  • Planetary archetypes
  • The Moon in horary astrololgy
  • Career charts
  • Relationship charts
  • Finding items with horary
  • Pregnancy and health issues
  • Financial matters

Instructors: Georgia Stathis and Bruce Scofield

When should I get married?
What is the best time to buy a car?
What is a good time to incorporate my business?

In electional astrology, the astrologer selects the most appropriate time for a particular activity. This can be challenging because you need to know not only the planet but the house that best reflects the event.

In this course students will consider electional astrology from a broad spectrum perspective. Methodologies considered will include classical, modern and Uranian procedures. Students will be required to demonstrate capabilities of electing times in several systems.

 

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.

About a third of our lives are spent working. What most of us want is not just a job, but something that can utilize our talents and bring us satisfaction. The seeds of our personality, proclivities, likes and dislikes can be found in the natal chart. Using vocational analysis, you can discover whether being your own boss is a good option, what types of work are most satisfying, and what issues you may encounter in your work environment.

When it comes to choosing a career, knowing your strengths as well as weaknesses gives you a leg up in today’s competitive environment. Please join Faye Cossar and Judith Holloway this fall for a 10-week in-depth course that shows you how vocational astrology can help you and your clients discover your passion.

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