Building Resilience in the Face of Change
Faculty Open Day 2019
Guest Speaker: Sue Tompkins
Saturday 23rd March ~ 11am - 5pm
Fyvie Hall, University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2HW
Join us as we celebrate the accomplishments of our newest Certificate and Diploma holders! This year we are delighted to have as our guest speaker astrologer and homeopath, Sue Tompkins. We are also pleased to announce that three of our Faculty students will be giving presentations on the topic, Building resilience in the face of change.
A registered Homeopath with degrees in psychology and counselling training, Sue Tompkins' interest in astrology spans over 40 years. She has been the recipient of various awards; a fellowship from the Faculty of Astrological Studies in 2000, and in 2003 the Astrological Association of Great Britain awarded her the prestigious Charles Harvey Award for exceptional service to Astrology.
Talking Significators – The Astrology of the Natural World
Whilst discussing various natural phenomenon from an astrological point of view and suggesting significators for polar bears, elephants or dung beetles (for example), Sue will illustrate many of the often hidden ways in which living things are interconnected.
Three Student Presentations
Annamaria Nagy: Lilith – The Blind Spot of our Subconscious
Lisa Stockley: Living by the Stars – Astrology as a Spiritual Practice
Stefano Stacuzzi: The Inner Journey
Faculty Open Day is open to all. It is an opportunity for potential students to come along and get a flavour of the Faculty and meet some of the people involved. The cost for the day is £35 which includes the Certificate and Diploma ceremony, attendance at all student presentations and guest speaker talk, and morning and afternoon refreshments. We'd love to see you!
Online bookings close Friday 22 March at 7:00pm.
Cash accepted at the door on Saturday.
To view reports from past Faculty Open Days, click HERE.
For further information contact Faculty Day Organiser, Lindsay Gladstone, at email@example.com.