4 Dec 2016

12 Top Tips for Budding Astrologers



My new Ebook
12 Top Tips for Budding Astrologers 
 is published

It offers
  Ideas and suggestions to get you started on chart interpretation - and keep you going!

   It is available here, at the APA Ebook store, for a modest fee.

 It includes some of the Astrology Tips I've written about on this blog, plus extra material I've added to enlarge on the 12 Tips. There are some practical exercises to do too, to help you focus, and there are illustrations and charts.

 Here is a list of the Contents:

Tip #1 Essential Information


Tip #2  Starting Out


Tip #3 Colour and Motivation


Tip #4 Doorstep Planets


Tip #5 The Quadrants


Tip #6 Unaspected Planets


Tip #7 Conflict and Tension


Tip #8 Low Point Planets


Tip #9 Levels of the Planets


Tip #10 Understanding Life’s Journey


Tip #11 The House Chart


Tip #12 The Low Point and the Mid-Life Crisis

If you buy it and like it, let me know. I hope it helps, hits the spot and offers you some guidance and clarity in your studies. 

From Mark Douglas, Student:
Thanks for your thoughts on the four quadrants, Joyce. I'm just entering Module 4. I have The Astrological Houses book and I was still looking for a bit more practical understandings. Bingo! this does the trick. 

My reply:
Very good to hear my take on the Quadrants was helpful for you. When we used to have workshops as part of the Diploma course, the practical work on the Quadrants we did would always throw up more clarity for those who were struggling with them. I find the Quadrants very useful/revealing in that they offer an instant insight into where someone might be coming from, and also, with empty Quadrant(s) what they might lack in, or seek to avoid (nothing there to encourage them into this area of life, therefore potentially scary/stressful/of little interest).

Good luck with Module 4 - more to the point, enjoy it!

 

 


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