Rewiring relationships: Beyond expectations and beliefs
We enter relationships with grand enthusiasm and hope, but sometimes find that they fall far short of the potential we believed they had. Our partners may not live up to expectations, or the relationship itself seems to get stuck at various points. If we can understand the underlying dynamics of our partnerships, we may be able to steer around obstacles and create more joyful and harmonious relationships. We will explore the inner wiring of relationships to become more aware of the choices we make.
Participants will have the opportunity to have their astrology charts (give us your birth date, time, and place when you register) analysed by professional astrologers for relationship potentials and challenges.
Armand’s part: Relationships through another lens
The problems we have in a relationship sometimes don’t come from actual interactions and experiences, but from the assumptions and beliefs about relationships that we carry. Most of us have images of an ideal relationship to which we compare our actual partnerships, and can decide that ‘different’ is ‘worse’ than the ideal. Often, too, each partner has a different underlying belief about what should be, and it can be hard to harmonise these visions. We will explore the parts of the horoscope that tell about relationship ideals and realities, and suggest strategies for working with them constructively.
Faye’s part: The power of balance
Faye will look at the issue of how to balance what you want with the wishes of your partner. How can you be yourself and follow your heart’s desire and still respect your partner’s dreams? Being aware of your own issues around stepping into your power and going for what you want can be very helpful. Are you in a power-struggle? Whose will is stronger? Are you doing what you really love or are you giving up who you really are? We will look at parts of your horoscope to give some insight into how empowerment and will can be developed in relationships.
Zelda’s part: The end of ‘normal’
The tectonic plates of culture are shifting on a planetary and a personal level and many of us are struggling to (re)define ourselves as ‘women’ or as ‘men’ in a changing world. Yet we bring into a relationship all sorts of ideas and assumptions about what is normal – some conscious, some not so conscious. Our relationships may require of us that we let go of some of our most cherished beliefs. What do you need in order to be truly yourself in relationship? And to embrace the other fully.
Is this workshop for you?
No prior knowledge of astrology is needed. This workshop is for you if you are looking for ways to improve current or future partnerships, or seeking to understand the dynamics of past relationships.
What’s in it for you?
You’ll have the opportunity to experience simple, straightforward and insightful understanding of your relationship dynamics. You’ll also gain information from your horoscope, which often gives clarity as to your own patterns.
Zelda Hall is a psychologist and therapist with more than thirty years experience in working with individuals and groups. She has her own practice in Amsterdam where she gives individual consultations, relationship counselling and workshops. She has extensive training in various therapeutic modalities and healing approaches. And she teaches in an academic programme with the Alef Trust. Her calling is to make a contribution to the restoration of balance of masculine and feminine in these changing times.
Faye Blake is first and foremost an astrologer. She has used astrological relationship techniques for many years, backed up by therapeutic training. Part of her study included couples counselling which, when combined with astrology, offers powerful tools for working with relationship issues. Many of her clients come with relationship questions and dilemmas. If partners attend sessions together it is ideal however much can be gained by defining personal relationship needs. A horoscope is a great tool for doing this.
Armand Diaz is a visiting astrologer from the US. He is a consulting astrologer with a practice based in New York and has an international clientele. Working with individuals and couples on relationship issues is a major part of his practice. He is known for his lively and humorous presentations. Armand is the author of three books, including Separating Aspects: The Astrology of Breakups, Divorce, and Other Partings.
Date: November 4th 2017
Time: 10:30 – 17:30
Location: Lumen, Amsterdam
Price: 120 Euros
For booking or more information: Call Faye at 020-6206244 or send a mail.