In this extended workshop-style webinar you’ll learn how to identify and interpret the major aspects and how they integrate into the larger context of the chart as a whole. We’ll talk about major and “minor” aspects, how to identify the most important aspect, and how to spot repeating patterns.
Using the charts of some famous folks for reference, we’ll discuss how to “hear the aspects talking” in the person’s bio – a skill you can apply to client work. When you learn to identify the aspects speaking through a client’s story, you’ll be able to form stronger connections with them and suggest ways for integrating the energy in positive ways.
We use the charts of Penelope Cruz, Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King, Cameron Diaz and more to demonstrate the key concepts.
You’ll receive detailed guidelines for orbs and instructions for finding parallels and contra-parallels.
We’ll look at the following aspects and aspect patterns:
- Parallel (declination)
- Yod pattern
Learn a simple 5-step method for identifying major aspect themes, which aspects are strongest, and how to take the first steps towards blending and integrating the planetary meanings. You’ll leave with a proven method for working with aspects for enhanced chart interpretation.
Charts used include Kuiper belt objects and centaurs for those students working with additional points.
Taught by Tony Howard
Pre-recorded webinar for instant download.
2.5 hrs. | includes video, audio and slides
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“I thoroughly enjoyed this educational piece. Tony Howard is a phenomenal presenter! He tied the material into interesting and memorable concepts and provided many useful tips and techniques.” – Flavia B.
“Tony is a wonderful teacher! Watching him analyze charts is a master class in interpretation.” – J.W.
“This webinar gave me a deeper understanding of how planet placements relate to one another and how to determine strong themes in a chart. Tony’s use of films and well known people helped put concepts in to perspective and was a fun and creative way to explore the topic!” – Mila R.