We all have planetary energies in our charts that prove challenging. And sometimes transits or progressions seem to bring out the worst!
Vedic astrology uses techniques that they call "remedial measures" to actively work with the planetary energies to help them express in a more positive fashion. There are also tools in Western astrology that be used to help mediate challenging planetary energies. This workshop will give you a brief overview of the history of remedial measures and then provide practical, hands-on techniques to create your own remedial measures based on your chart.
Kenneth Miller has a BA in Anthropology, Psychology, and Religious Studies from University of Colorado: Boulder as well as an MA in Eastern and Western Traditions: The History, Philosophy and Transmission of Astrology from Kepler College. He also has American College of Vedic Astrology: Level II certification and Council of Vedic Astrology: Jyotish Kovid certification.
In addition to Indian astrology, Kenneth has studied Modern western astrology with Helena Elizabeth Ruhnau, Hellenistic astrology with Demetra George and Robert Schmidt, Medieval astrology with Robert Zoller, and Renaissance astrology with Lee Lehman. He is one of the few professional astrologers with a working knowledge of all of these traditions.
Tamira McGillivray holds a BA in East West Traditions &Astrology 2007 through Kepler College and has taken courses from the MA in Astrology and Cosmology at the University of Wales, Trinity St. David. She belongs to OPA (The Organization for Professional Astrologers) and is the Past President of the San Diego chapter of the National Council of Geocosmic Research (NCGR). She writes a weekly “Silverdisc” Astro Lunar Column and is the founder and editor of the Maven Newsletter.
She is also a Meditation teacher, Usui / Karuna Reiki Master (1996), PLR/Quantum Healing certified and RYT Yoga Teacher. She has been using remedial measures on a regular basis in addition to a variety of energy techniques to meet her clients individual needs.