Presented November 28, 2015 by Faye Cossar and Judith Holloway
Getting a job can be tricky, especially in these times.
Clients often expect astrologers to be career advisers and to offer pronouncements on how to make money based on their chart. But should we? Can we?
Massive job loss is expected for many of current jobs because of changing technology, mergers and the shifts in the global marketplace. Not everyone will win the job lottery.
Astrology can help.
This free webinar introduced strategies and concepts that allow the astrologer to expand their vocational toolkit. Using a holistic approach to look at the entire chart, astrologers can help themselves and individuals navigate the increasingly complex path to a fulfilling vocation. Participants will see how modern and traditional techniques glean information from the 10th and 6th houses and how to go beyond this standard approach by dialoging with the client to develop a vocational profile. How do clients feel about the vocational profile?
Your readings "have helped me reconnect with my vocation and that is worth so much!! It feels like reaching alignment, finding synthesis of different elements, skills and phases of my life."
Faye Cossar and Judith Holloway teach Kepler’s Vocational Astrology course (E550), next being offered for Winter term. Everyone who signs up for the webinar will receive a discount on the full course that gives students a practical framework for working with career questions. The resulting vocational profile includes defining vocation, talents, working environment, working style, communication skills, norms, values and branding.
Faye Cossar was one of the first MA graduates in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology in 2004, from Bath Spa University College. This course is now run at the University of Wales, Lampeter. Faye started studying astrology in the early 1970's in New Zealand where she was born. While in London from 1984-1986 she began her studies with the Faculty of Astrological Studies. Faye now has her astrology, coaching and therapy practice in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where she is the founder of the Amsterdam School of Astrology. She offers advice to businesses through her company Juxtaposition.
Faye is the author of one of the text books for the Vocational Astrology course: “Using Astrology to Create a Vocational Profile”, a book based on career counselor’s methods. The first course at Kepler was given together with Judy Holloway to very enthusiastic students in 2015. Faye also offers a one-to-one apprenticeship for Vocational Astrology through the Amsterdam School of Astrology.
Judith Holloway has a Masters of Public Health and earned a Master of Arts in Eastern and Western Traditions: The History, Philosophy and Transmission of Astrology from Kepler College. Judith has studied astrology since the early 1980s. She is currently continuing her research in the area of astrological factors and their correlation and usefulness as predictors for health care outcomes. Judith has also been employed in the health care field since 1974.
Judith is an co-instructor in the Movement Certificate and co-teaches with Faye in the Vocational Astrology course.