The Spiritual Search… Through the Lens of Astrology

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The Spiritual Search… Through the Lens of Astrology

Time: February 15, 2010 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: upstairs at RVML
Street: A St., opposite hardware store
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.astrologyinashland…
Phone: 541-201-0825
Event Type: astrology, talk
Organized By: Astrology in Ashland
Latest Activity: Dec 17, 2017

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The Spiritual Search… Through the Lens of Astrology

presented by Audra Stenger

Monday, Feb 15th 2010 7 – 9 PM
Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library
upstairs in the Railroad Museum
$6 General, $5 Seniors 62+, $4 NCGR Members


Some people have always been directed towards spirituality. Others have a singular experience and drop everything from their former lives to follow a spiritual path. Some decide to follow their own unique path without a teacher; some join groups. A few quit their search all together, sometimes after years of intense questioning. Whichever category you may fall in, did you know that you all have something in common with each other?

Astrology can help identify the nature of spiritual experiences, who is likely to have them, and when they may occur, shift or end, and why. This lecture will be an exploration of these astrological commonalities.

There are wondrous discoveries, but also pitfalls, on the journey to finding oneself. Included in the talk will be a discussion of what a healthy spiritual search looks like, and what is indicative of a dysfunctional spiritual group or teacher.

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