October 28, 2017
Family Patterns in Astrological Practice
Saturday 9.30 am to 5:30 pm
November 3-4, 2017
Lynn will present a Friday night lecture and all-day workshop Saturday.
Friday night: Seeing through a Glass Darkly- Jupiter in Scorpio
The world has spun and shifted, and as we feel it spinning, we try to find our footing. Being in a state of perpetual imbalance affects our vision of what will come and what might be. There are dark enchantments, veils thrown over the world of our perceptions, and these can lead each of us in unwanted directions. How to see clearly in a time of low horizons? The figure of Providens gives us guidance. In one hand she holds the mirror, and uses it to see see what cannot be seen by only looking straight ahead. In the other she holds a serpent, wrapped firmly around her wrist. Her name comes from the root "to see," videns + pro, before, to see what might happen before it occurs. Jupiter in Scorpio calls us to deep knowing to inner wisdom. What are the gifts of Providens? And how can she guide us to see both ourselves and the world more clearly?
Saturday, November 4th 10:00 am to 5 pm
Breaking The Spell: Unbinding Difficult Patterns
November 9 and 11, 2017
Thursday November 9th 2017 7:30 PM -9:30 PM
November 11 2017 10:30 AM -4:30 PM
The Battle Within: Mars and His Aspects
November 17-18, 2017
Friday, November 17 2017 6:30 pm -9:30 pm
The Planetary Joys were a revelation to me. When I first came across them, in the early 1990s, as remnants of the astrology resurging from the past, they were puzzling. Why did the Moon have its Joy in the 3rd house? Or Mars in the 6th? As I pondered them, they led to a shift in my thinking about the houses, stretching their significance and meaning. The Joys are an example of the tremendous fertilization brought into astrology from ancient texts, in this case, Hellenistic astrology. Beyond technique, their significance for psyche, for a modern, interpersonal approach to astrology, is particularly potent.
Saturday November 18, 2017 10:00 am -5:30 pm
Listening to the Daimon: The 12th and 11th Houses
The 12th House is a profoundly mysterious part of the chart. Planets here are not always functioning at their best. Energies can be locked away or wildly out of control. Perhaps we are asked to listen to their promptings differently. The ancients called this the house of the kakos daimon, the Bad Daimon, the one who guides us through difficult experiences, to places we would rather not go. How can we understand the tasks that are given by planets in this complex house, and by its ruler? In this workshop, we will also look at the agathos daimon, the Good Daimon, of the 11th House, to find out how we can call up the best in our chart.
Jan. 30 to Feb. 5, 2017
Lecture: Light and Shadow in the Family