Saturday 19th October 2019
South Melbourne Community Centre
Cnr. Park Street & Ferrars Place, South Melbourne
Trams: 1, 12 or 96
Astrology and Flower Essences: Planet Meets Plant
presented by Eve Dembowski
Plants and planets have been associated for millennia; whether through herbal correspondence or symbolic association. The nature of planets and plants is conscious and intelligent. Planets speak through their cycles, zodiacal connection and the beauty of their celestial appearance. Plants communicate through their ‘doctrine of signature’ and their most potent messengers, the flowers.
Astrology reveals our position within the cosmic wheel of time, helping us identify the waves of planetary cycles. Flower essences assist in balancing the ups and down of those waves. While astrology can predict the timing of difficult period in one’s life, flower essences can ease the passage through these periods and offer insights into their true purpose. Together they are a powerful tool.
In this lecture we will explore the potent beauty of flowers and how they can assist with difficult planetary configurations, challenging planetary periods and integrating astrological revelation.
Eve Dembowski is a flower essence therapist, published writer and astrologer with a particular interest in horary and traditional medical astrology. She was one of the conveners of the 2009 and 2010 Regulus Traditional Astrology Conferences held in Melbourne, Australia. She is an international speaker having presented at the AFA conference in the US and the AA in England. Since 2013 she has been a tutor at STA, School of Traditional Astrology presenting the STA Practitioner’s Level Horary course as intensives, small weekly classes and online. Her article on Medical Horary appeared in the March/April 2016 issue of the Mountain Astrologer.
For readings or information on upcoming courses, Eve can be contacted by phone: 0401847412; or email: email@example.com
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Saturday 16th November 2019, 2-5 pm
Mercury: Travels, Transitions and Timing