The Long Way Round: Using Secondary Progressions
Sunday 29th November 2020 - 15.30-18.00 GMT
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CPA/MISPA Online Webinar
Not everything happens fast in this world. Some things, like us gradually changing and shifting who we are, take time. In this webinar we take a look at the technique of secondary progressions and how they map out the shifting patterns of our lives. Using this method can highlight periods of growth and challenge in our lives that we can see happening right from birth. We will focus on the progressions of the inner planets today and explore how they differ in nature to transits. We will take our time in going the long way round to show how we grow from our seed beginnings to a fully developed individual and how we can work alongside this natural process.
Cost: £42 for the session - Book here
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