Sat, Apr 23|
Making Sense of (and with) Aastrology
While trust in religions and institutions is deteriorating, more and more people are finding themselves in and with Astrology. It is uniquely positioned to help a huge number of people make sense of the world
Time & Location
Apr 23, 2022, 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM CDT
Saint Paul, 218 7th St E, St Paul, MN 55101, USA
About the event
90 minute talk followed by discussion, questions, and community connection. Bring a notebook, and a mug - I will bring some chaga tea to share. We will be in a room with a large table and chairs. This presentation is adapted from an essay I just published. Full essay here.
While trust in religions and institutions is deteriorating, more and more people are finding themselves in and with Astrology. It is uniquely positioned to help a huge number of people make sense of the problems we face and the changes occurring in the world around us, where our other means for sensemaking have broken down.
Astrology, and the way that we relate to it embody it, has evolved with us. It’s not a religion, but a system for recognizing what is good, true, and beautiful for us as individuals. There is no doctrine.
Better sensemaking results in better choice-making. If we can learn from Astrology, we can make more informed choices, and we can learn from our mistakes to build a future we are proud of.
You don’t have to “believe in Astrology” to learn from it. We know that the cycles of the moon affect the tides of the ocean. We also know that humans are about 60% water. Let’s assume, for now, that there is some meaning to the movement of the planets around us.
In this presentation, I begin by telling the story of why I work with Astrology and how I have used it to support my self-actualization. I then briefly explain what Astrology is and how it works, before using Astrology to analyze the time period from 2008 through 2024. Finally, I make predictions based on Astrology for the next 20 years after that.
Meet Your Facilitator
Andy is an Coach, Facilitator, Brother, Son, Father, and Husband. His work is to empower others to live their purpose and passion so that together, we can embody what is sacred to us.