Neptune/Pisces Transits: Navigating Transpersonal Currents
Stay at Home Webinar
Sunday, April 24, 2022
2 – 4 p.m.
Neptune, and its associated sign Pisces, corresponds with nonlinear, transcendent, ineffable experiences, which are challenging to integrate in western cultures based in logic, materialism, and mechanistic science. This year Jupiter’s transit through Pisces amplifies Neptune in Pisces (2011-2026) ongoing opportunities for major shifts in consciousness, and is further augmented by Mars, Venus, Mercury, and the Sun moving through Pisces this spring. Opening to nonphysical realities is easier and more fulfilling when we have an understanding of the process and skillful methods to explore higher dimensional realms. In this time together we’ll talk about the heightened sensitivity, creativity, and spiritual development that all Neptune or Piscean transits can offer, and ways to best access their transpersonal gifts. We’ll also talk about how to avoid the shadow side of Neptune and Pisces transits, so that instead of getting lost in addiction, codependency, or martyrdom, we realize our inherent divinity and the sacred, interconnectedness of all life.
Stephanie Austin M.A. has been a full time astrological counselor, teacher, and writer since 1993. She has a master’s degree in Consciousness Studies, a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and has an extensive background in healing arts, nature, and spirituality. Neptune forms the closest aspects in her birth chart (a partile square to her Sun and trine Ceres in Pisces), and is also involved in a five planet T-square. Stephanie was an adjunct professor at John F. Kennedy University for 15 years, where she taught Archetypal Astrology, EcoPsychology, and Seminar & Practicum in Teaching. She also wrote the New and Full Moon column for the Mountain Astrologer magazine for 15 years, and continues to offer her New and Full Moon Forecasts via email by subscription. For more information on Stephanie Austin’s forecasts, sessions, and classes, visit her website EcoAstrology.com.
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