Faculty of Astrological Studies Online Seminars
OUR ONLINE SEMINARS are open to everyone. Many topics directly support the material of the Faculty course modules, making them ideal for Faculty students. However, no previous affiliation with the Faculty is required in order to enrol.
Each seminar costs £35. You do not need to attend in real time. Your enrolment gives you access to a recording for 30 days – perfect for review or if you were unable to attend when the seminar was broadcast.
Eclipses: Myth, Meaning & Practice
with Cat Cox
Friday 13th October
Eclipses can evoke a powerful sense of awe, as the new or full moon aligns with the mysterious nodal axis and celestial light meets shadow. Viewed as gateways into the hidden territory of the inner world with its potency for deep seeding, catalytic change and transformative action we can find ourselves experiencing powerful shifts at these times. In this seminar we will explore the mythology, symbolism and meaning of these powerful celestial events which resonate so deeply within the imagination and look at their patterns, consider some technicalities for working with eclipses and explore approaches to interpretation. We will consider how we might work with eclipses personally and also look at eclipses from a mundane perspective as we reflect on some past and upcoming eclipses. Have your chart to hand!