Jupiter & Saturn: Cycles of Development

Jupiter & Saturn: Cycles of Development

Have you forgiven your inner teenager?

Adolescence is awkward for everyone, and very often we look back on this exciting time with embarrassment, and the feeling that we would be glad to never have to go through it again.

However, astrology teaches us about cycles of development, and the continuing process of growth and maturation. Understanding the cycles of Jupiter and Saturn—and learning how to use them to your advantage—attunes you to the rhythm of success.

Parents often ask astrologers for advice on how to support their children as they grow up, within the various phases of these cycles of development. Learn how astrologers can do this ethically.

Instructor: Alex Trenoweth
E207 (5 weeks) – Spring 2023-24
Class begins April 13, 2024
Advance pricing ends March 30, 2024

NOTE: If this is your first academic course with Kepler College or you have not paid the one-time registration fee ($40) in the past, please add this to your order. This fee payment is required for all academic students.

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This course is taught in English. Proficiency in English is required for all students.

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Description

Instructor: Alex Trenoweth
Day: Saturday, beginning April 13, 2024
Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific Time
Course Length: 5 weeks – all live sessions are recorded

 


 

What You’ll Learn

For the Astrologer:

  • Develop a solid foundation in conceptualizing the cycles of Jupiter and Saturn, and how they relate to life stages of maturation and growth.
  • Learn to interpret and apply the cycles of these planets to your understanding of the natal promise, and it’s unfolding through time.

 

For Your Clients:

International Child Protection and Safe Guarding guidelines advise against unqualified persons consulting one-to-one with children under the age of 18. However, it is very often that age group—especially adolescents—who need the most help.

How can astrologers support their clients with families without jeopardizing their consultancy practice?

  • Understand the basic concepts of child protection.
  • Cultivate the ability to offer astrological advice to parents, within ethical and professional parameters.

 

The instructor’s unique position as both a professional astrologer and an educator provides a perspective that has been previously unexplored in astrology. Participants will work with information discovered through the instructor’s research on the cycles of Jupiter and Saturn. Students will also be provided with unpublished resources from the tutor’s own collection as well as resources from other field

Weekly Topics:

1. Working ethically with children’s charts

  • The main principles of Safeguarding children and why these are important for consulting astrologers who wish to work with the charts of children
  • An overview of the astrological cycles of development

 

2. The role of Jupiter and Saturn

  • An in-depth view of the cycles of Jupiter and Saturn in child development

 

3. Directions of Jupiter and Saturn

  • Examining case studies of how the direction of Jupiter and Saturn can affect the timing of key stages of development

 

4. Uranus in the stages of development. Could lunar phase play a key role in the behaviour of children?

  • Examing case studies
  • Research into lunar phase and behaviour

 

5. Putting it all together

 

Required Texts:

  • Trenoweth, Alex. Growing Pains: Astrology in Adolescence. 2017. Kindle or print book from Amazon, or autographed copy from author via alextrenoweth.co.uk
  • “The Wolf You Feed” (PDF), provided by instructor

 

Pre-requisites:

Intermediate level; a good overall understanding of natal concepts, transits, directions, and consultancy practices.

 


 

View Alex’s bio here

 

Registration closes at 7:00am on Wednesday April 17th, 2024

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