This code was originally derived by Bruno Huber as representing the spirit of all practising astrological psychology, and has been adopted by Huber Schools worldwide.
- The Astrological Psychology Association identifies itself with the general declaration of human rights: “All human beings are to be allowed equal rights and liberties, are born equal in rights and dignity, are endowed with reason and conscience and should meet each other in the spirit of brotherhood …”
- We regard astrology exclusively as a diagnostic tool, with which we can recognise differences in character, problems of the human psyche and of psychological-spiritual development. Thus, astrological knowledge should above all be used to gain self-knowledge and as therapeutic help, as well as a means for solving conflicts – and not for prediction of the future.
- Astrological psychology combines the astrological knowledge of the past with modern psychological insights. It is capable of explaining a person¹s subjective attitude and its cause by revealing his inherent motivations and the conditioning affecting them. An astrological-psychological counsellor or teacher must have solid psychological knowledge in order to be able to fully grasp the problems of another person.
- The basic concept of astrological psychology is based on the understanding of man as a whole; he has a psyche which is linked with the environment, but he is also a spiritual entity (individuality) who can be responsible for itself. With this basic concept it is impossible to consider or treat man as predetermined or like a computer.
- The Astrological Psychology Association takes as a precept the originality of the human individual and therefore regards uniform thinking only valid within the context of the subjective, single being. A person can only be understood in his individual character and manner and the corresponding subjective standards.
- It is the Astrological Psychology Association’s open policy to support only those astrological research results and methods, which can be proved by the reality of the human situation.