Lunar Imbolc and
Year of the Earth Dog - Astrology of 2018
Virtual Circle Call
It's the Chinese New Year! And also a partial Solar Eclipse. Learn about the astrology of 2018 and especially the significance of the year of the Earth Dog. In this workshop, we draw from both Western and Chinese systems of astrology for understanding, preparation, and celebration. We are moving into a new astrological climate. According to Chinese Astrology, the last 2 years have been Fire element years. 2018 and 2019 are Earth Years. Find out the major characteristics, themes, and time-periods to be aware of in 2018 and welcome the qualities of the Earth Dog. For all levels of astrological interest, from complete beginners to experts.
About this Course:
- Align with the partial solar eclipse and learn how it affects you and the collective
- Learn major themes of the year ahead
- Learn specific dates to be aware of in 2018 to help plan your life in accordance with the sky
- Reflect on, honor, and close the previous 6-month eclipse cycle
- Ritual recommendations and journal/reflection questions in alignment with the celestial season
- Q and A with Virginia
Where and When:
Anytime from your computer! Access these materials when it is convenient for you! You will get an email after purchasing with resources and links to the recorded class.
Live meeting is Thursday, Feb 15 7-9pmEST
Live attendance is not necessary. Course is recorded and will be emailed!
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Virginia Rosenberg is an Intuitive Astrologer and Movement Artist whose work spans the globe. Her main interest is natural healing of self and society. She approaches astrology and embodiment as ways to cultivate awareness and facilitate social change. Practicing astrology professionally and leading retreats/workshops since 2010, Virginia has performed thousands of readings for people worldwide. Her formal education is in post-colonial and anthropological/global studies. Taoist philosophy influences her spiritual journey. The perspective she offers is embodied, eco-critical, and aware of cycles of power and oppression. She believes that we are made to heal, and that healing is the natural result of becoming present, aware, and connected.