[STARRYTELLING] Lunar Nodes and the Draconic Bowl w/ Gemini Brett
In this StarryTelling episode, Gemini Brett and Amanda ‘Pua’ Walsh discuss…Lunar Nodes and the Draconic Bowl
- Details about Brett’s upcoming course, Sacred Astronomy for Astrologers, and what students can expect from this unique learning experience.
- What the Draconic Bowl looks like in the chart, and how this energy may manifest in life with a series of noticeable ups and downs.
- The mythic story of the Lunar Nodes and how this tale is revealed in the sky.
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Sacred Astronomy for Astrologers
with Astrologer & Sacred Astronomy Master Gemini Brett
Learn to bridge the chart with the living sky and anchor the astrological wisdom in your body-mind.
This is not a nerdy science class. This is the sacred science. You will be guided through an initiation into embodying the mysteries of the heavens here on Earth.
I almost feel reluctant to share because I am so not into feeling like a victim and believe that one can always ‘make a plan.’ The truth of the matter however is that I live in South Africa. Even though I have been managing to find a way around our crime situation and basically feel free as a bird, for the first time I am feeling affected by our crime because I cannot join you and your star gazing. I probably live in the safest place in SA, but I still cannot just go outside into the street and look up at the night skies, especially as a single woman/widow. It is not safe. Especially since 2020, the crime has escalated 10 fold. I used to be able to access my balcony between tenants, but since AirBnB collapsed I got a permanent tenant and that option is also no longer there. I try and peep out of my lounge window but get small glimpses and cannot freely explore as you do. I grew up as a child in a home where I could see the night sky and had a dad who often took us on holidays to the bush and taught us about the stars. But now I can’t enjoy it like you do. I put up many faerie lights in my house, paste glow stars against my ceiling and occasionally look at the stars through my walls on my phone’s App, to give me a feeling that I’m not losing out. But I am afraid, listening to you here makes me realise that I am losing out when it comes to this and I have to accept that I cannot Star Gaze. For now, anyway. Hopefully my sharing helps you to appreciate your Star Gazing even more and to never take it for granted!