You are not Normal

John Green

Sunday 15th October 2017 - 15.30-18.00 BST

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CPA/MISPA Online Webinar

John Green

You are not Normal

You are not normal! Ever had that said to you? How do we actually define what is normal in regards to the mental and emotional states of human beings? It seems daily we are asked on social media questions like ‘Was your ex a narcissist? A psychopath?’ The haphazard diagnosis of people as being depressed, or suffering ADHD and so on, both by the public, media and some mental health professionals seems to ask a larger question – ‘What is normal?’ This is the question we will look at today.

We will be exploring if anyone can be considered normal, and if there are any definitions we can usefully apply. Is there an astrological pattern to certain mental and emotional states, and should we be categorising anyone within our astrological practice?


Cost: £42 for the session - Book here

Venue: Online only - system requirements and more details here

Any questions about this webinar - please email John

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