Our final Fall term courses are underway (“Archetypes Illustrated” having begun on October 30th), so this newsletter looks ahead, to our Winter term, which begins on January 2nd, with the 5th session of the “Harpies & Harridans” course. That and the soul-tending course (5th session on January 7th) are the only two I know about at this time which will run at night in our 2020 Winter term. Other faculty may offer courses at night; watch this site for more up-to-date information.
I’ll be teaching Astrology II on Saturday afternoons, 2-4, from January 4th to the 25th, with a snow day on February 1st. In February I will continue the Saturday afternoon schedule (8th through 29th from 2 to 4PM), offering “Shadow: Recognizing Our White Privilege,” a new experiential workshop that explores one of the key forms of our collective shadow.
We will be posting the full Winter program in our December newsletter, entitled “Upcoming Courses for Winter 2020.”
I hope you have a wonderful “twig season” and a happy, healthy Thanksgiving.
The link of our November blog essay: