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1. Astrology, Synchronicity, And Soul
Planetary archetypes are primordial structures of the human psyche as well as of the Universal Psyche. As such, synchronicity is a revelation of the self in both inner and outer conditions.
2. Four Rules For Interpreting Planets In Signs
Learn how planetary sign positions describe (1) types of functions, (2) how the planet expresses itself (3) how states of mind occur in sign domains, and (4) probable outcomes of planetary actions.
3. Sun-Uranus Aspects: From Royalty To Revolution
Hard aspects between the Sun and Uranus indicate a potential revolt against the tyranny of the ego. The result could be conscious evolution and emancipation from the dictates of pride.
4. The New Paradigm And Post-Modern Astrology
Explores the paradigm shift of the current era and astrology’s place within it. Explains why astrology fell out of favor and the reasons for its current resurgence. Given at the International Forum on New Science.
5. Venus-Pluto Dynamics: The Dark Lover
Hard aspects between Venus and Pluto may symbolize fear of intimacy and resultant sexual problems. This fascinating lecture explores why sex is both a metaphor and a vehicle for transformation.
6. From Paradigm To Method
Keynote address at the 1996 ISAR Conference. Astrology is rooted in an organic paradigm of a living Universe and is best researched through non-experimental, qualitative methodologies.
7. From Thorns To Roses: Healing Hard Aspects
Certain planetary aspects symbolize areas of wounding and suffering. Learn how to clarify the nature of the problem, reveal its deeper meaning, and provide the client with hope.
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8. Venus And The Significance Of Your Significant Other
Explores the key psychological challenges we face in the quest for love · how the beloved mirrors back to us the pattern of our own soul · how a number of relationship themes are evident in the birth chart.
9. Planetary Aspects As Personal Myths
Planetary aspects symbolize underlying core beliefs—personal myths—that determine our thoughts, feelings, and behavior. Astrology provides a way of revealing and remythologizing these inner dramas.
10. Psychopathology Of The Zodiac
Signs are conceptualized as (1) basic psychological needs, (2) developmental stages, and (3) mental disorders that derive from the failure to satisfy the needs corresponding to these sign-stages.
11. The Moon, The Mother, And The Transference
Explores how the sign, house, and aspects of the Moon indicate (1) experience with mothering figures, (2) transference, and (3) capacity for introspection, containment of feelings, and emotional connection.
12. The Sun And The Moon In The Horoscope
Explores psychological functions of the Sun and Moon · Sun as the hero’s journey; liberating the real self from the false-self · Moon as nurturing function, listening response, and emotional intelligence.
13. Karma, Fate, and Free Will in Astrology
Astrology illuminates the inner world of psyche, which we experience as free, and the outer world of events that we experience as fate. The implication is that inner and outer are mirror images of one another; fate is psyche turned inside out.
14. Object Relations Theory & Astrology
By revealing how psychic structure is built from childhood experiences that are symbolized by planetary configurations, object relations theory can deepen our understanding of astrology.
15. Neptune And The Power Of The Dream
Neptune symbolizes the collective human striving to return to our spiritual source. Its placement signifies why our personal dreams and ideals are metaphors of unity and vehicles for transcendence.
16. Neptune And The Imaginary Crime
Neptunian compassion can degenerate into acts of self-sabotage when individuals unknowingly harbor false beliefs that they are responsible for the suffering of others.
17. The Horoscope As Narrative
Every chart tells a story. By linking planetary dispositors, one’s personal narrative is revealed. Learn how plot is the unfolding of character and why conflict is essential to every good story.
18. The Astrological Consultation
How can we do astrological consultations that are truly helpful? This lecture explores how the birthchart can assist the astrologer in identifying pathogenic beliefs that induce suffering.
19. The Astrologer’s Shadow
The choice to be an astrologer may be motivated by wounds encapsulated in one’s shadow. Discovering the shadow in the horoscope can help us heal the very wounds that impede our success.
20. Quincunxes And Conundrums
Invariably the quincunx poses a dilemma that, once solved, increases the efficiency and potency of the planets that comprise it. Learn why quincunxes are associated with humor and the absurd.
21. Journey To The Underworld: Sun-Pluto Aspects
With Sun-Pluto aspects, the path of individuation leads straight through the underworld. The shadowy, destructive forces of life must be conquered and subdued. Otherwise, one falls prey to the dark side.
22. The Developmental Zodiac: Twelve Steps To Enlightenment
The sequence of zodiacal signs models the evolutionary unfoldment of consciousness. Signs are depicted as archetypal needs, developmental stages, and distinct time-space perspectives.
23. The Moon As Automatic Listening Response
Of central importance to the counselor is the ability to listen. The Moon’s sign and aspects symbolize our automatic listening response and the likely style and substance of our emotional rapport.
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24. The Process Of Integration In The Birthchart
The expression of planetary aspects varies according to their degree of integration. Individuals evolve along a continuum of potentiality, unfolding higher possibilities over time.
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26. Benefits Of Studying Astrology
Astrology provides insight into challenges, confirms self-knowledge, suggests the life purpose, targets periods of crisis and opportunity, and deepens a sense of connection to the Universe.
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27. An Astrological Theory Of Personality
Astrology is superior to conventional personality theories. To illustrate this, Glenn shows how the characters and themes of George Lucas’ films are evident in his horoscope.
28. First Principles of Astropsychology
This lecture focuses on the foundational ideas of AstroPsychology, including intrapsychic conflict, defense, cognitive structure, integration, indeterminism, synchronicity, evolutionary feedback, and a growth oriented, developmental perspective.
29. Art of Psychological Prediction
Events have a dual sided nature—the objective occurrence and its subjective meaning. Whereas the former is fixed, the latter is flexible. How we interpret events affects our experience of them. By transcending the good/bad false dichotomy, transits can be utilized as catalysts and vehicles for propelling oneself down the evolutionary highway.
30. From Ancient to Postmodern Astrology: A New Synthesis
What are the relative strengths and weaknesses of traditional and modern approaches to astrology? This talk addresses the evolution of astrology from ancient times to the present. A proposal for a new synthesis is presented that integrates the best of both models.
31. How Our Beliefs About Fate Determine Our Astrology
Early stargazers regarded fate as the all-powerful will of the gods. Modern astrologers focused on changing the self, whereas post-modern practitioners emphasize a participatory, co-creative relationship with heavenly powers. Each perspective on fate leads to a different type of astrology.
32. Sun-Neptune Aspects: Walking the Razor’s Edge
The Sun craves attention & triumph of the will, but Neptune requires humility, sacrifice, and surrender to a higher power. An unresolved Sun-Neptune conflict can lead to guilt merely for being an individual; yet, compensatory identification with the divine can result in dangerous self-inflation. The middle way is as narrow as a razor’s edge.
33. The Pressure Cooker Aspect: Psychodynamics of the Square
The square requires containment and control of conflicting impulses. Otherwise, defenses are erected against unwanted drives, resulting in unconsciously motivated behavior. Such behavior naturally inclines toward negative extremes that compensate for whichever impulse is denied.
34. Dispositors And Significators
Like characters in a movie, planetary actions are motivated by a back story, and each new action foreshadows what is to follow. By tracking the sequence of action that dispositors and significators reveal, we can begin to understand the reoccurring pattern of our life.
35. Venus-Neptune: From Sacrificial Relations to Undefended Love
Hard aspects between Venus and Neptune often compel us to sacrifice the very love we want. Unconscious guilt is usually the culprit, which manifests in a menagerie of self-defeating relationship choices. This lecture explores how to uncover and resolve unconscious guilt and open to our potential for undefended love.
36. Oppositions: The Scylla And Charybdis of the Birthchart
In Greek mythology, Scylla and Charybdis are two sea monsters on opposite sides of a narrow straight that posed an inescapable threat to passing sailors. Likewise with an opposition, each planet represents an alternative danger; avoiding one may mean falling into the grip of the other. Learn why safe passage requires finding the middle way.
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