Six 3-day weekends, in 6 months intervals | Tuition, Room, and Board: $800 per session | Kennedy Learning Center, Nobleboro Maine
2020: April 30-May 3 |October 8-11 2021: March 25-28 | Oct 14-17 2022: Apr 7-10 | Sep 29-Oct 2
We add the phrase ‘In These Times’ to the title Patterns of Fate because it resonates inward in psyche and outward across the chaotic times we are experiencing. While acknowledging the realities of the global unrest, we will build a learning community which is stable, hopeful and willing to take on the responsibilities and gifts that are embedded in our natal charts.
We present complex multi-layered material in a slowed down way so that it can be absorbed far away from the anxiety-producing culture we have created In These Times.
The steady base of our curriculum is organized to teach the elements of astrology as a worldview in an experiential, embodied way.
We teach this complex body of ancient wisdom in the context of a healthy group development model that holds the learning community as it develops its own journey.
The curriculum itself offers a nourishing menu.
The community offers accountability and mindful searching.
The location offers a quiet respite from the busy daily world.
We have developed this experience-based program over 15 years by adapting, polishing and refining the content with each cycle. Because our textbook is made of our own natal charts, our own shared experience of each other and our own reflections on collective process and politics, we generate our own culture and while doing so, observe, evaluate and improve it as we live through the 6 sessions. The relational field is at the center of our attention and it holds the edges of the circle.
In this time tested model of experienced-based learning we focus on how:
Together we will study:
Please send checks to Arifa Boehler:
63 Back Meadow Rd, Damariscotta ME 04543
Please share this notice as you see fit. We plan to have a learning community of 12-16 people. For more information visit patternsoffate.com
“When you open yourself to the continually changing, impermanent, dynamic nature of your own being and to reality, you increase your capacity to love and care about other people and your capacity to not be afraid” ~Pema Chodron Practicing Peace in Times of War