Understanding the In-Depth Dynamics of Sign Combinations for Natal, Synastry and Forecasting Work
Saturday, June 8, 1-5 p.m.
Workshop Location To Be Announced
Register early for this special opportunity to learn from Frank Clifford in-person. Seating is limited. Light refreshments provided.
Early Bird Registration (Ends Midnight Sunday, June 2):
$40 NCGR Members; $50 Non-Members
Register June 3 to June 8, and at the Door:
$50 NCGR Members; $60 Non-Members
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
One of the most important steps in chart interpretation is understanding the dynamics between the zodiac signs. Grasping the essence of the signs and their points of similarity and difference are the keys to successful natal, forecasting and synastry work.
Some connections are easy to spot, such as the freedom-focused, future-orientated duo of Sagittarius and Aquarius, or the home, hearth, gardens and cuisine combo of Cancer and Taurus. But what of Leo and Capricorn? Cancer and Libra? Aries and Virgo? In truth, every pairing has themes in common, as well as components that don’t easily fall into place, but pinpointing the ‘heart’ of its connection – the essence of its relationship –often requires further detective work.
With many chart examples, we’ll spend the half-day learning to suss out and articulate the dynamics between the signs – how they can really work with each other – so bring along your own charts and stories, too.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Frank Clifford is an accomplished astrologer and palmist who has been writing and lecturing on both subjects for 25 years. He lives just outside London and has run the popular London School of Astrology since 2004. Twenty years ago, Frank founded a publishing company, Flare, to publish books in the Mind, Body and Spirit field. Frank lectures internationally (from China and Japan, from the USA to Australia, and all over Europe), appears at corporate events and parties, and runs a consultation practice. Read more at http://frankclifford.co.uk/about-frank
We hope you don’t miss this fun and informative event!
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