Anyone attending this class will receive credits toward certification in Steven’s Astrological Apprenticeship Program
Spend a three-day weekend with master astrologer Steven Forrest learning to integrate “predictive” theory with the sacred wild cards of true spiritual evolution. On Saturday, we will explore the theory behind transits, progressions, and solar arcs. Sunday and Monday, we will draw class members names from a hat, throw their current charts up on a screen, and learn how to apply all the principles in practice.
The future of a moving billiard ball can be foreseen with great accuracy. We humans, having consciousness and free-will, are far less predictable. In evolutionary astrology, all the events impacting one’s chart are ultimately understood as questions, not as answers. Those possible answers include some dumb ones that happen automatically if we are lazy as well as wonderful ones that are available with conscious effort and wise intentions.
Steven Forrest has been practicing astrology professionally since 1978. He is the author of several books, including The Inner Sky, The Changing Sky, The Book Of Pluto, Yesterday’s Sky: Astrology and Reincarnation and The Book of the Moon. His work has been translated into a dozen languages. He maintains active Astrological Apprenticeship programs in the US, Switzerland, Australia, and travels around the world to teach evolutionary astrology. He was Chair of the Kepler College Advisory Counsel and served as a member of the Ethics Committee for the International Society for Astrological Research. www.forrestastrology.com
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