The Astrological Biorhythm: The Progressed Moon by Declination – A Workshop with Eric Meyers

Dates: 04/15/2017 Dates: 04/15/2017 Times: 10:00 - 16:30 Location: Puget Sound Yacht Club

Saturday, April 15, 2017


In addition to the familiar cyclical motion around the chart, we move through another dimension. Declination reveals the vertical dimension of height and depth.

In this workshop, we’ll review the motion through the seasons: Cancer (summer) is at the northernmost declination, and Capricorn (winter) is southernmost. In particular, we’ll follow the Progressed Moon as it rises and falls in a 28 year cycle, spending 7 years in each “season.” The dimension of declination provides indispensable insight to our evolution as we all go through the peaks and valleys of life.

Part one will be lecture, and part two will be the application to participants’ charts.

Saturday workshops are held at:
Puget Sound Yacht Club
2321 North Northlake Way Seattle, WA 98103-9163

Workshops begin at 10:00am, and end at 4:30pm. There is a one-hour break for lunch. Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to get settled; on-time events respect everyone’s time and attention.

Workshop registration fee:
$50 – members
$65 – non-members

Late registration fee (after day of lecture):
$65 – members
$80 – non-members

If you are unable to attend as planned, please contact us as soon as possible.

Eric Meyers is a full-time professional counseling astrologer, teacher and author of 6 original books (including The Astrology of Awakening, Elements & Evolution, and Uranus). He has a M.A. in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University and studied with astrologer Steven Forrest.

Eric’s focus is on how astrology relates to the process of spiritual awakening and the evolution of consciousness. He has pioneered a new approach weaving threads of modern psychology, universal spiritual principles and a contemporary understanding of science and nature. Eric has emerged as a progressive voice in renewing astrology for the 21st Century.


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