Astrology and dreaming have a long, intertwined history that dates back to ancient Greeks and Romans. We'll review the highlights of our dreaming history and explore which practices may be relevant to you today. Learn tips how to recall dreams, explore their symbolism, use astrological timing to invoke dreams, as well as encourage lucidity in dreamtime travels. We'll also consider ways to use dreaming in your personal astrological practice or when working with clients.
Samuel Reynolds talks about Uranus and discovering your part in your generation's mission, also younger generations with Uranus in Sagittarius and Capricorn will be mentioned as well. For those of you who haven't been to the ISAR 2016 Conference, here you can hear few minutes from Samuel's lecture.
This lecture is on Cosmobiology and the 90 degree dial. It covers the basics of Cosmobiology and how to use the dial and midpoints in natal and predictive astrological work. It touches upon progressions, how they indicate important life themes easily shown in the dial, and how one can use a graphical ephemeris to get a quick overview of the transits for the year.
Meet the challenges of the quadruplicities, and the taken-for-granted gifts of the triplicities. Come to recognize how basic foundational structures and modes relate to astrological signs, their elements, and the planets placed within them. Discover how and why personal compatibility occurs with some folks, and discomfort may occur with others. Learning styles will briefly be discussed related to these astrological signatures.
Although there has not been extensive material on prenatal eclipses, lunations and their relation to our life stories, I consider them especially useful in pinpointing major life themes, within the astrological counselling when it is used side by side with the natal chart. The themes of the prenatal eclipse sign and the natal condition of its ruler cast striking information about the general direction in life. We will look at practical examples.
What happens when your clients ask you, "Where is the best place for me to travel, and when?" Many of my clients want a yearly travel itinerary using astrology, so I’ve developed an easy style for them to use. Now I can share with you my forecasting technique regarding travel. So, if you want a fresh look at Astro*Carto*Graphy with a focus on forecasting, this is the lecture for you!
In a world undergoing such fundamental transformation, what role can be played by astrology, at once the gold standard of superstition in our culture, yet for the initiated, uniquely capable of illuminating virtually every realm of human experience. How can we hold this paradox? And what might be the historical role of the astrological community itself, carrying principles and perspectives so contrary to the mainstream culture’s assumptions about the nature of the cosmos?
Hard aspects between Venus and Neptune often compel us to sacrifice the very love we want. Unconscious guilt is usually the culprit, which manifests in a menagerie of self-defeating relationship choices: imaginary lovers, substance abusing partners, cheating spouses, secret affairs, and addictions to people that cause us suffering. There are positive outcomes, too, if the proper sacrifice is offered. In this lecture, we’ll explore how to uncover and resolve unconscious guilt and open to our potential for undefended love.
Managing religious and scientific sceptics with grace and style. Although it’s not fun to argue with sceptics, it can be productive to have effective ways to disperse misperceptions of astrology from the super-religious or empirically minded. Reynolds, a former sceptic and anti-astrology Baptist minister himself, will highlight ways to face sceptics about astrology without a fight or a fuss.