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Chiron and Vocation

Thurs., November 29 

Joyce Mason 

Chiron and Vocation

We long to find our true calling, yet vocation eludes many of us. Why? Frankly, because it can be a real pain! Learn how working through lingering Chironic wounds or disconnection can unlock your truest work of the heart. Try a vocational formula for your Chiron sign, house, and aspects. Hear about how many well-known people have found their highest service by making lemonade out of lemons, a major Chironic concept. Explore what vocation is and how, like Chiron, we mentor this passion in ourselves. Imagine a world where everyone "did their thing," that thing they do best, and how well it would work.

Joyce Mason has specialized in Chiron throughout her 23-year career as an astrological consultant and writer. She created the Chironic Convergence in 1996, a weeklong school near Chiron's mythical homeland in Greece. Her work has appeared in The Mountain Astrologer and many astro-publications at home and abroad. More recently, her popular blog, The Radical Virgo, has featured over 150 of her articles, old and new. Joyce is author of two e-books on Chiron and has contributed to two books by Donna Cunningham. Her full-length Chiron book is in progress. Joyce is respected around the globe for her work on Chiron and her trademark of writing about astrology with both depth and humor. She is President of NCGR - Sacramento Area.


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  • Pollyanna C.

    I loved it! As soon as I heard the topic I became really intrigued with the idea and thought, well, of course! "When I am close to my Wound, I am close to my Gift"as my friend Travis says in our dreamwork groups....I can't remember from whom the quote comes initially, either Michael Meade, Jeremy Taylor or Jung, but this really resonates with me.Going to have to check out some more of Joyce's work for sure!

    1 · November 30, 2012

  • Pollyanna C.

    I am really looking forward to this!

    November 28, 2012

  • Kevin P.

    I would love to join this meetup. My biggest concern is transportation. Is there anyone willing to either walk with me from the nearest bart station, or maybe even giving me a ride? I look forward to hearing from you.

    November 10, 2012

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