Are planetary archetypes fixed or do they change over time?
Date: October 4, 2015.
Time: 11 am - 3:00 pm.
You can pre-register now!
Place: The Verne & Wells Meeting Room.
733 7th Ave #106
Kirkland, WA 98033
A Fundraiser for the Maggie A. Nalbandian Memorial Library
with a special talk by Faye Cossar on "Co-creating with the planets"
Rupert Sheldrake, the author of ‘Science Set Free’ ( known as ‘The Science Delusion’ in Europe), challenges the assumption that nature has ‘laws’, suggesting instead that it has habits. Perhaps the same applies to planetary archetypes. Are they fixed or do they change over time? Many astrologers assume they stay the same, however these archetypes can be thought of as morphic fields. If we use this model, how might this change our view of working with planetary themes? Faye will explore the changing meaning ascribed to planets using Uranus as an example.
Faye will also discuss a case study to show how understanding personal history is crucial to determining how planetary archetypes are used by individuals. This is relevant for predictive work. The Huber Age Point system is a 12 phase clock based on the horoscope that describes life phases. By using this system, Faye will show how to quickly tune in to the way you or your clients are using planetary patterns. By discovering when patterns are set, advice can be gained for tackling any areas of your life where you might feel stuck. She will show examples from her practice, look at case studies and will also bring in examples from the audience.
So bring your charts - preferably with Koch houses - so we can explore your past and discuss how you might co-create with the planets for a more fulfilling life.
Faye will also discuss a question for astrologers at a global level : Do we have a role in creating the future?
This is a rare chance to hear Faye in person as she doesn't travel often to the States. If you are in the Seattle area, we hope you can join us!
For everyone who can attend in person - Kepler is in the process of setting up the Maggie Nalbandian Memorial Library. A booksale to help raise money for the library will take place as well (come early to get the best selection!).
New Zealand-born Faye Cossar offers an innovative mix of services: she’s a counselling astrologer and therapist, and she’s also a business consultant who offers original ways to use astrology in the working environment. A hands-on approach to vocational astrology has made Faye a sought-after speaker at schools and conferences internationally. Her book ‘Using Astrology to Create a Vocational Profile: Finding the Right Career Direction’ was published in 2012. She currently runs The Amsterdam School of Astrology in her adopted home of Holland. Faye holds an M.A. in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology. Visit her website at www.fayecossar.com