Oct 12 Astrology and Children: Ethics, Methodologies, Best Practices

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Oct 12 Astrology and Children: Ethics, Methodologies, Best Practices

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Andrea L. Gehrz

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Astrology and Children: Ethics, Methodologies, and Best Practices

When used thoughtfully, astrology can help children and families thrive deeply. In today's class, we will tackle the topic of reading for children, working through ethical challenges to uncover all the useful ways to use astro to empower children.

Topics will include (but are not limited to):

  • Should we share our child's chart with them? Why or why not? In what cases?
  • How can our child's chart help us tackle illness and malaise?
  • What can we see in a baby's chart? What might parents want to know? 

This class will be busy and bustling, as there is a lot to consider.

Level: 2-juicy Beginners, 3-Intermediate, 4-Advanced see level scale

Subject: Transits, Forecasting, Topics in Astrology

Date: Thursday, October 12th, 7-9pm

Location: 3939 NE Hancock St #212, use the after-hours call-box to be buzzed in, at the front of the building. 

Class Size: 12 student maximum, 5 student minimum.

Teacher: Andrea L. Gehrz

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