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.
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When asked about their science, most astrologers will discuss such things as charts and planets, rulerships and retrogrades. While having this knowledge is certainly important to astrologers, it misses the point. On this astounding DVD, the ninth and concluding volume in Noel Tyl’s Masterwork Series, Tyl shows you the secrets of seeing the horoscope living within a person.
Astrology isn’t only about the stars and planets in the sky. To think so is like saying the letters of the alphabet used by a philosopher are more important than that philosopher’s ideas. Just as the philosopher uses words to share his or her ideas, an astrologer uses the horoscope and other charts to help understand a person and give that person valuable advice and guidance.
When you become a “Matured Astrologer,” you’ll be able to pinpoint the needs of a person, their patterns of development, and more. You’ll be able to take into account the client’s experience and see that the horoscope is living within them. Tyl reveals techniques that will allow you to accomplish in five minutes what some therapists take many months to achieve.
Giving a mature, complete, astrological reading should be client-focused rather than chart-focused. This new DVD is a complete personal lesson on developing this skill, and frankly is a must for any form of counseling!
In astrology, a grand cross occurs when four or more planets a form two sets of oppositions that combine to form four squares. These planets are also usually related by mode (Cardinal, Fixed, or Mutable). This is a difficult configuration, but there is usually great strength accompanying it to endure and develop character.
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