Come and explore the psychological aspects of Vedic Astrology for the modern tropical astrologer.
Special emphasis will be placed on the analysis of the Moon, Mercury and the nakshatras.
Difficult clients styles and the ‘Astrologer’s Shadow’ will also be examined.
A discussion of the interface between fate, destiny and free-will is another facet of this presentation.
Ethical issues of prediction and forecasting will also be explored.
Saturday June 27 2020
3 hr course, 2pm to 5pm
Berkeley Finnish Hall Community Center
Ski Club Room
1970 Chestnut Street
Berkeley, CA 94702
Free Parking and BART accessible
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Dennis M. Harness, Ph.D. (Dayananda) is a professional astrologer who holds a doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology. For more than thirty years, Dennis has studied both Eastern and Western techniques of astrology. He teaches workshops on Vedic Astrology and Transpersonal Psychology throughout the world. Dr. Harness is the President Emeritus of the American College of Vedic Astrology in Sedona, Arizona. He is the primary organizer of the Sedona Vedic Astrology Conference which will be held November 19-23, 2020.
Dennis is the author of The Nakshatras: The Lunar Mansions of Vedic Astrology, which is published by Lotus Press. Dr. Harness is currently working on a new trilogy titled The Karmic Code. More about Dennis at www.dennisharness.com and www.sedonavedicastrology.com
Light refreshments provided. Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to allow time for parking and mingling.
We encourage you to register online to give you more time to mingle before the event begins.
Early Bird Rate ends Midnight, June 26
NCGR Member: $25; Non-Member $35
Day of Event & at the Door:
NCGR Member: $35; Non-Member $45
The Finnish Hall Community Center is located at 1970 Chestnut Street, Berkeley, CA 94702, near University Avenue, a five block walk from the North Berkeley BART station.
There is a 13 car lot adjacent to the building. Enter the Ski Club Room from the parking lot using the last door on your right.
Via Public Transit:
Buses run along University Ave., and North Berkeley BART is just a short walk or bike ride away. To plan your trip using BART go to https://www.bart.gov/planner
Public Transportation Contact Information:
Bay Area-Wide: www.511.org or call 817-1717 or 511 from any area code
East Bay BART: www.bart.gov (510) 465-2278
From San Francisco
Follow I-80E; continue on I/580W/I-80E; take Exit 11 to merge onto University Avenue; Turn left on Chestnut Street.
From North Bay
Richmond Bridge (I-580E/I-80W) toward Oakland; Take Exit 11 to merge onto University Avenue; Turn Left on Chestnut Street.
From South Bay
Check GPS for fastest routing (I-580 or I-880) to I-80E; Take Exit 11 to merge onto University Avenue; Turn Left on Chestnut Street.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from Dennis Harness as he visits us from Sedona, Arizona!