Skipped Steps in Relationships – A Lecture with Kristin Fontana

Dates: 09/08/2016 Dates: 09/08/2016 Times: 19:00 - 21:30 Location: Puget Sound Yacht Club

Thursday, September 8, 2016


As Souls, we all pick up where we left off, including the dynamics and circumstances that are naturally brought forward in relationships, which more often than not, can be experienced as that ‘been here before’ feeling, the sense of circling back time and time again, at times it is also expressed as a revolving door of repeating themes in our most karmic connections.

This direct experience may very well be a result of what is called ‘skipped steps’ in Evolutionary Astrology, which can be seen when a planet is squaring the nodes, symbolizing places where the Soul has gotten stuck, and areas signifying denied growth.

Until the dynamics reflected in this signature are worked on and through, there will be no moving forward. We will discuss the impact of planets squaring the nodes, as well as other karmic signatures and how they play out in the evolutionary journey of the Soul, especially when this pattern is brought into a relationship.

Thursday evening lectures are held at:
Puget Sound Yacht Club
2321 North Northlake Way Seattle, WA 98103-9163

Event opens at 7:00pm, lecture begins at 7:30pm.

$7 for first-time guests
$15 for returning guests
$7 for current members

Kristin Fontana graduated from UCLA with a degree in Kinesiology. She studied with world-renowned astrologer Jeffrey Wolf Green and is a certified graduate of the School of Evolutionary Astrology. Kristin is a contributor to a new book on Evolutionary Astrology called Insights into Evolutionary Astrology and she provides a weekly Astrological Forecast column for the Beach Reporter in Southern California, which is also posted on her web site She has presented regularly at the Jeffrey Wolf Green Evolutionary Astrological Conference as well as NORWAC. Fontana is listened to worldwide on her weekly internet radio show Guiding Stars on the website

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