Planets Conjunct the Lunar Nodes Part 1


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By special request from students, Mark presents a two-part webinar series exploring the meaning of the Nodes of the Moon in the natal chart as revealing the personal destiny line of the individual. Planets conjunct the moon’s nodes are explored as fundamental factors in shaping the expression of that destiny.

The workshop will explore planets conjunct both the south and north Nodes. The teaching is illustrated by multiple examples from Mark’s client work to reveal how the theory works in practice.

2 hrs. 1 min. This is a pre-recorded webinar available for instant download. mp4 video format. video includes all charts and slides.

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Jamila B.

Mark Jones’s insight on the nodes is priceless. I enjoy how he brings simplicity to a complex subject.

United States
Planets conjunct the lunar nodes.

The content was very good although there wasn’t enough time in my opinion to go deeper into questions and examples. The material was complex the presentation was a little hard to get into because all I could see was Mark in a tiny box in the upper left corner. Maybe I didn’t download properly?

Lin C.
United Kingdom
Planets conjunct the south node Part 1

Really helpful, great to be in a group learning setting and to be able to access the recording for further study. Always a joy to be taught by Mark.

Kelley H.
United States
Mark Jones' Node Series rich and clear

Mark Jones is no nonsense, goes deep and has good examples. This one was made all the more meaningful for me because I have a planet on the South Node. I'm incorporating the Nodes much more into my practice now, gleaning enriching insights for clients.

Daniel O.
United States

This is well spoken and researched with clinical observations Well done! Mark Jones

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