2021: Crossing the Astrological Threshold of 2020 Visions of a Brave New Collective-Minded World
with Dawn Silver
Thursday, January 14th, 6:00-7:30 PM (Pacific Time)
We have just left 2020, a year of enormous planetary shift and epic changes (none too comfortable). On December 21st of 2020, The Royal Conjunctions or timekeepers, Jupiter and Saturn, both entered the sign of Aquarius and the trinity of air signs until 2219. The last time we experienced the “air trinity” was 1365 AD. Welcome to the Jetsons!
Historically air cycles correspond with rapid social progress, significant intellectual development, and new concepts entering into human consciousness. The goal is to make life fair for us all. We have just left the earth trinity of 218 years which sought security and financial individualism, and “old school” wealth distribution.
Scholars note that history repeats itself and for astrologers, this is most poignantly seen in repeating planetary cycles. Personally, I never was taken a good student of history until I saw the correlations illuminated by astrology.
So, did we enter the Age of Aquarius? How does this all correspond to my life? It’s time to look to our future!
An Update on Harmony, Yin Yang, 3-6-9, Breath and I AM
Study Group, Saturday, January 23rd, 4:30 PM
Jerry Gin with Joachim Wippich
To achieve happiness, a person needs to understand harmony. We will explore this topic. In the process, we will learn about the ability of the yin yang symbol to promote harmony. This will be demonstrated with a BioGeometry proof of this principle. The other aspect of achieving balance and harmony is learning to be the true essence of yourself. Breath is a vehicle to help accomplish this; Joachim Wippich and I will explain why this is the case. You will learn a deeper understanding of the purpose of breath. I will also give an update on information regarding the 3-6-9 story.
Women's Group - January Meeting
Sunday, Jan 17th 3:00 - 4:30 PM (Pacific Time)
"Whatever has gone before, today I start anew."
-- David Spangler
In the Lorian blog for this month, David Spangler notes that the trees and the birds that nest in them don't notice a difference between 12/31 and 1/1. Also, various cultures on the planet and throughout time have chosen different dates as the start of the year. Arbitrary as January 1st can seem, it does carry with it a sense of newness, maybe a sense of new possibilities?
Let's gather once again to witness each other on the journey. What has this last trip around the sun meant to you? What are you looking forward to for the next go-round?
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