In this workshop, we will apply a deeper meaning of mythology and its psychological significance to the interpretation of astrological charts.
There are myths related to each of the 12 zodiac signs, but we also have specific myths related to each signs’ rulers. During each century, anthropologists, historian psychologists, artists (writers and painters), and astrologers have a different approach towards myth according to the moment’s social and political environment.
We will analyze these different approaches and how astrologers relate to the mythical world and their chart interpretation work.
Greek mythology is the most known to the Occidental Culture. It is the one we have more knowledge about, and it is the closest to our way of thinking. However, each myth entails a different point of view depending on the state of evolution of humankind. It is not the same to analyze Medea’s, Perseus’, or even Heracles’ myth during the classical Greek period as it is in our times.
All myths imply a transformation, and astrologers have to adapt to new ways of thinking as humanity changes according to the circumstances.
Mythology helps us get a deeper understanding of the human psyche. It might give astrologers a deeper understanding of themselves and a broader perspective during consultations.
In this workshop, I will help you understand the difference using different charts as examples.