Picture this—You meet someone for the first time. Within a few minutes you ask the question that everyone asks when they first meet someone: “What do you do for a living?”
It seems like an easy question, but the answer is epic. By receiving an answer to that question you’ll have an idea of a person’s income level, their position in society, specialized language they may know, the type of home he or she can afford, their educational background, how much they can indulge their children, their potential for growth, and much more. That one question and its response gives you an instantaneous inside look into a person’s life. What a person does for a living affects all parts of that person’s existance.
And yet, many people are unhappy or unsatisfied with their jobs or work. This affects their lives and relationships with their spouse, their children, their relatives, and their friends. Helping a person discover their ideal job is beyond estimate in its service to others and is one of the most valuable services an astrologer can offer. In Vocational Profiling, the seventh volume of Noel Tyl’s Masterwork Series of DVDs, you’ll discover Tyl’s breakthrough technique—the Midheaven Extension Process—for helping a person discover his or her ideal job.
If you are not providing this service, this DVD will give you new skills that will allow you to provide more value to your clients by helping them discover the job that will make them happy, content, and a great earner.
Noel Tyl's The Matured Astrologer DVD9 Review: Circumstances of Life Development; Identification of Needs; Patterns of Social Development. The reality of a Client's experience: the horoscope living within. Seeing things many ways; horoscopic repetition. Defense Mechanisms and why they are needed! The Mantra to remember.
Astrometeorology—the study of correlations between weather and the Sun, Moon, and planets—dates back to the origins of Western astrology some four thousand or more years ago. Because astrology originated in the early agricultural centers of the Near East, there was great interest in knowing what the weather might be like in the future, as the... read this article