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Modern psychological understanding shows that most of us never fulfil our true potential, and we often end up in life situations that do not
align with our true inner selves. Often, we are trapped in behaviour patterns learned from childhood that are never really transcended.
Or we find ourselves in materialistic roles that do not fulfil our spiritual nature.
We simply have no idea why we do things.
At its leading edge, modern science has shown that the Newtonian mechanistic universe is an illusion and all is interconnected, indirectly
validating the assertions of astrologers over the ages. Indeed astrological astrology is alive and well to this day.
What is Psychological Astrology?
Assisted by the founder of psychosynthesis, Roberto Assagioli, Swiss astrologer/psychologists Bruno and Louise Huber researched
their two subjects over many years and came up with a new system of «astrological psychology», using astrological charts to assist in
the process of psychological and spiritual growth. It encompasses our heredity, environment, spirituality and links with the cosmos.
Thus are we made more whole ‒ both within ourselves, and in our integration with the world and the universe. Their approach became
known as the «Huber Method».
If you’ve ever wondered how you can learn how to interpret charts like this yourself and really know what you’re talking about when you talk astrology, here’s how.
Why Study Astrological Psychology?
Astrological Psychology, as originally taught in APA’s courses and now in the new book Astrological Psychology: The Huber Method, can set you firmly on the path to becoming the kind of person you want to be.
Here are just some of the things you will learn about yourself.
understand your true motivation and what drives you from deep within
discover where your energy can best be directed, whether towards working with others or towards your own individuality
understand your most familiar behaviour patterns so well that you’ll be able to choose whether or not you want to fall into them
be able to identify and focus on your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs so you can nurture them and give them attention and expression
learn how to be more aware of your strengths and weaknesses and how to use this knowledge in your everyday life
learn about your life path and life journey, where you are right now and where you’re heading
explore how the family you grew up in could affect your behaviour and the way you relate to others
understand how the influences of your upbringing and environment could impact on your life now
be able to assess and improve on how you approach everyday tasks at home as well as problem solving and working as a team in the workplace
learn which direction to take on your personal path of self-discovery and improvement