Summer School, 21st-28th August 2015, Exeter College, Oxford

We have an exciting programme of study on offer for 2015. Here is a summary of the available courses:

Weekend Courses – Friday 21st – Sunday 23rd August

  • Passages & Cycles of Life: Brian Clark
  • An Introduction to Hellenistic Astrology: Dorian Greenbaum

Five-Day Courses – Sunday 23rd – Friday 28th August

You can choose our open programme, Astrology in Action, which consists of three themed tracks:

  • Track 1: Images of the Unconscious – a journey through the ancient myths and archetypal stories embedded in the planets and patterns of the birth chart
  • Track 2: Current Planetary Cycles – an exploration of contemporary and upcoming planetary cycles
  • Track 3: Astrology, Magic and the Natural World – including sacred geography, the relationship of earth and sky, tides and the lunar cycle, health and the body, magical talismans, and astrological correspondences in nature.

Tutors: Lynn Bell, Brian Clark, Darby Costello, Rob Hand, Deborah Morgan, Melanie Reinhart, Glòria Roca, Carole Taylor, Anthony Thorley and Sue Tompkins

Alternatively, choose one of the following chart interpretation courses:

Module 3 - Natal Chart Interpretation – Putting the Pieces Together
Tutors: Penny de Abreu and Polly Wallace

Module 6 - Intermediate Chart Interpretation – Incorporating Forecasting
Tutors: Cat Cox and Kim Farley

There will also be additional workshops with Lynn Bell and Brian Clark, a guided meditation session with Melanie Reinhart, a sacred tour of Oxford, evening talks and an evening panel of guest tutors addressing questions of relevance to our times.

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For full information, go to the Summer School 2015 page.

Remember, we offer a range of options at Summer School – residential or non-residential, plus day or half-day places. There’s something to suit all interests and budgets!

To read a write-up of our successful 2014 event and to see the pictures click here.

 

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