So you've been picking up bits of astrology here and there and now you're ready to start putting it together into a cohesive system? Then this video course is for you. In this workshop you'll learn Steven Forrest's time-tested and well-loved approach. You'll discover not only what the astrological symbols mean, but also how to put them together. Under Steven's expert practical guidance, you'll take the first steps towards the artful blending of the complex archetypal patterns found in the birth chart into a cohesive story that both you and your clients (or friends) can understand.
Steven introduces the 42 main puzzle pieces of the chart: the planets, the signs, the houses and the nodes. Then he teaches you how to start connecting them. What does it mean when the Ascendant is in Sagittarius? And what if Neptune is opposing that same Ascendant? Learn how to dance with the astrological language, which becomes more poetry than science once you've nailed down the nuts and bolts. Follow along as Steven guides you through the first steps in chart interpretation with easy-to-understand examples.
After all 42 pieces have been introduced, Steven presents the actual birth chart of a mystery man, putting the pieces together one-by-one, culminating in the complex symphony that is a life understood through the wonderful lens of the astrological system.
In Evolutionary Astrology, the focus is on the potentials described by the chart - both high and low. You learn what it looks like when the symbols are being actualized to their highest potential, and what it looks like when things have taken a turn in the other direction. Ultimately this system seeks to empower the user, whether that's you, your clients, or your friends. This workshop will give you the tools to take the first steps in that direction.
Recorded live for ForrestAstrology.com in Northern California. This video course includes the option to study online through any web browser, or to download the course files. The download files will play on any Apple, Android or Windows device or computer.
10 hours 42 min. Includes handouts.
Preview this video excerpt from the Q and A segment: