Using Astrology to Thrive Through Life
Reynolds will hold a daylong workshop to survey the major cycles of the planets through eight decades. He’ll start from 1 years old for the first solar return to 84 years old when Mars, Jupiter, and Uranus return near to their places at birth. As a class, we will discuss:
How to cope with the possible and distinct issues that crop up at each of the 7 Jupiter Returns in an average lifespan. The important character and life issues to work out at key lunar node cycles at 19, 37, and 46 years old, for example. How your 1st Saturn return around 30 can help you with your 2nd Saturn Return at 59 and beyond What makes up a mid-life crisis from an astrological point of view? (Hint: Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto are involved) How to use critical planetary cycles for your senior years Although our individual charts provide us with unique challenges and chances at greatness, there are incisive and important insights from general planetary cycles as we arrive at them. Many of these cycles aren't frequently what we expect according to Reynolds' research and experience. However, this workshop will expand your awareness of these cycles rather than our wariness.
BIO: Samuel F. Reynolds once hated astrology more than other “occult” studies. At 12 years old, when he was a fundamentalist Baptist minister, he used religion to avoid astrology’s lessons. Later, at 23 years old at his Jupiter Return, he realized he mostly disliked astrology because he didn’t know what it all meant. He was born on the “cusp” of two signs and didn’t know which one he was.
So he went to an astrologer. The astrologer’s uncanny insights into his life went beyond the pale of guesswork. Convinced it was all a trick, the former academic spent 10 years doing charts and studying astrology himself.
Now, over 24 years later, and his deepest love and life centers around astrology. Samuel consults, writes, and teaches astrology full-time. He also serves on a few astrology organizational boards, and he’s an entrepreneur who helps others build their businesses as mind-body-spirit practitioners. His life is a lesson on how you have to watch what you hate.
To learn more about Samuel, visit his YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUtcFTXFbD0RX1Ig4XbnsiQ), or visit his site at unlockastrology.com (http://www.unlockastrology.com). You can also keep up with him on Twitter at @unlockastrology and Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/sfreynolds.
When: Usually the third Saturday, But we moved it back a week to honor Easter Sunday. The event will take place on
April 22th, 10:30am SHARP till 5:00 pm
Please BE HERE EARLY!!!!!
Registration Open: 10:00am
Lecture: 10:30am. Please plan on arriving before 10:15.
Lunch: 12:30 - 1:45pm.
Afternoon Workshop: 2:00 till 5:00 pm (approximately).
(One 20 minute break midway for Raffle, coffee, etc.)
BEAUTIFUL MEETING LOCATION! BUILT IN PROJECTION SYSTEM • EASY TO SEE LARGE SCREEN • COMFORTABLE SEATS • LARGE ROOMS • UPSCALE, BEAUTIFUL LOCATION & SURROUNDINGS • CONVENIENT TO I-595, I-95 & FLORIDA TURNPIKE • FREE WIFI • VARIED, LESS EXPENSIVE LUNCH CHOICES!
Where: Nova Southeastern University
Carl DeSantis Building
3301 College Avenue
Fort Lauderdale-Davie, FL 33314
Room 2056. (RSVP Early... if we get too many, we can get a bigger room!)
NOTE: THE UNIVERSITY HAS THE RIGHT TO CHANGE OUR ROOM AT THE LAST MINUTE DUE TO UNKNOWN SCHEDULING CHALLENGES. PLEASE TAKE THESE NUMBERS DOWN AND TEXT US IF ANY ISSUES EXIST IN FINDING THE ROOM. WE WILL BE THERE, BUT IT MAY BE A DIFFERENT ROOM! • MIMI:[masked] • TRISH:[masked] • JUDY:[masked].
All Day Lecture & Workshop: $40 Current NCGR Members, $45 Non-members and guests.
Includes both the morning lecture and the more in-depth afternoon workshop. This option sometimes includes practical examples with attendees charts, so get your chart in at least one week before the event if you want to be an example!
Lecture Only: 10:30am till 12:30pm $15 members or out-of-town guests. $18 local non-NGCR-members
Lunch: Food court with a variety of great choices in the adjacent building. Or, microwave available if you desire to bring your own lunch and sit with us.
Parking: Free with Handicap Placard. (OR, RUMOR has it that it is FREE on the second floor!). $1 per hour on the first floor. Check our website for carpool information.
Be sure to bring a few dollars extra for raffle tickets! If you have a new or gently used book or item to donate, it is very appreciated!
For more information, contact Mimi Alonso at[masked], or email at [masked] or Trish Vidal at[masked] or [masked]. We hope to see you!
Keep up to date with South Florida Astrology Happenings: http://www.meetup.com/astrologers
Visit our chapter's website: http://www.AstrologyFla.com (http://www.astrologyfla.com/)
Visit the NCGR National website: http://www.geocosmic.org (http://www.geocosmic.org/).
NCGR - Building Community through Astrological Research and Education.
Speakers, subjects, and locations subject to change.
SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, BUSINESS BLDG.
NOTE: BIG SIGNAGE FROM NOVA ON SOUTHEAST CORNER OF ABE FISCHER BLVD. WHERE YOU TURN. ALSO, NICE ENTRY SIGNAGE OF RAY FERRERO, JR. BLVD. WHERE YOU TURN INTO NOVA. You go down long curvy street to get there… is right before the Library and Theatre, on same turn-in.
From I-95, north or south, or Florida's Turnpike, north or south
Take I-595 exit, westbound. Proceed on I-595 to University Drive exit; go south and follow directions below.
From University Drive, North of I-595
Take University Drive south 1½ miles past I-595 to SW 30 Street (Abe Fischler Boulevard). Turn left (east). Turn right on to Ray Ferrero, Jr. Boulevard. The Carl DeSantis Building is on the left and the parking garage is on the right.
From University Drive, South of Griffin Road
Take University Drive north approximately 2 miles past Griffin Road to SW 30 Street (Abe Fischler Boulevard). Turn right (east). Turn right on to Ray Ferrero, Jr. Boulevard. The Carl DeSantis Building is on the left and the parking garage is on the right.
From I-75 Heading North From Miami or Heading East from the West Coast/Naples
Merge onto I-595 eastbound (towards Fort Lauderdale). Exit at University Drive exit, turn right (south). Proceed approximately 1-1/4 miles on University Drive to SW 30 Street (Abe Fischler Boulevard), turn left (east). Turn right on to Ray Ferrero, Jr. Boulevard. The Carl DeSantis Building is on the left and the parking garage is on the right.