Pisces in Myth and Psyche


The Resilience of Love and Life in the Changing of the Epochs

This webinar expands our understanding of the Pisces archetype through close reading and original interpretation of the Greek myth of the constellation: the flight of Aphrodite and Eros from the terrible monster Typhon.

This myth offers perspective on both familiar and less familiar dimensions of the sign Pisces. We will explore less-discussed details of the story and how they offer a vivid portrayal of complex psychodynamics involved in Pisces placements, using case studies drawn from long-term psychotherapy. With its modern ruler Neptune currently in domicile, this story – which takes place at a shifting of the epochs in Greek mythology – has remarkable relevance for understanding the present historical moment.

This is a pre-recorded webinar available for instant download.

1 hr. 25 min. | includes video, audio and slides

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Jason HolleyAbout Jason Holley
Jason is a licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LPCC) and a faculty member at Southwestern College, a consciousness-oriented graduate school awarding masters degrees in Counseling and Art Therapy. He works with astrology as an adjunct to psychotherapy — a way of hearing from the psyche akin to work with dreams and images. He lectures in Santa Fe and at national and regional astrology conferences. http://www.jasonholley.net/