Fathers and their Children
Sunday 14th October 2018 - 15.30-18.00 BST
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CPA/MISPA Online Webinar
This webinar will look at the archetype of the Father and how it is constellated in the birth chart. How does the father we had (or didn’t have) impact the structure of the psyche? Whether absent or present, biological or ‘adopted', the role of father influences our fundamental identity and relationships, as well as our ability to emerge into the larger world. While Saturn and the Sun are traditional signatures for the father, they rarely describe the rambler, the dreamer or the rolling stone. Fathers used to be the carriers of law and authority. As our cultures change, as marriage is redefined, the archetype of father changes with it.
Participants are welcome to volunteer their charts for possible inclusion in the webinar. (Please email chart data once you have booked and before 7th October. You will need a headset in order to talk to Lynn during the webinar.)
Cost: £42 for the session - Book here
Venue: Online only - system requirements and more details here
Any questions about this webinar - please email John
Booking this webinar entitles you to attend live and/or access the video recording for 1 month after the event.
After booking you will be emailed with details of how to log in on the day and be able to test you have everything required. You must book the seminar at least 24 hours in advance of the date to ensure you get your log in details to the online classroom. If you cannot make the live webinar you will have 1 month access to the recording.
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