Saturday 17 February: The Astrology of Dreamwork

Alex Trenoweth
Alex Trenoweth

Brighton Astrology Circle is pleased to welcome First Nation culture for a very special full day workshop on Dreamwork.

Although we know her better as an astrologer, teacher and author, our frequent guest speaker Alex Trenoweth is a registered band member of the Saugeen reservation (the Ojibway tribe) in Ontario Canada and has grown up understanding the value of dreams. After working with South African Sangoma Rod Suskin, Alex learned how astrology can help reveal the hidden meaning of our unconscious thoughts.

For her morning lecture, she will reach into her files to present case studies of dreams from (consenting) clients and will invite the BAC audience to share their dreams to demonstrate the power of the unconscious as well as the peace of mind that comes from understanding its messages.

In the afternoon, Alex will provide us the materials and invite us to learn how to make dreamcatchers. She will also share Ojibway stories and history. Before the workshop, Alex will post you her dreamkit which will help make your dreams more memorable so you can share them with our group.

 

Day Schedule – but subject to variation closer to time:

Session 1: Dreams analysis and the horoscope 

10:00 am – 12:30 pm including about 10-15 mins break for tea/coffee

Lunch 12:30 – 1:30 approx.

Session 2:  How to create your own dreamcatcher. This may include more case studies

1:30 pm – 4:00 pm including 10 mins (or more) break.

Closer to time those who have registered will receive more information on how to make the most of an exciting and stimulating day.

 

Alex Trenoweth, MA (CAA), DFAstrolS, is an astrological researcher, author and professional school teacher in London, UK. In 2015, she was awarded ‘International Astrologer of the Year’ by the Krishnamurti Institute of Astrology (KIA) for her ground-breaking and innovative research on ‘astrology and education’ based on her book Growing Pains: Astrology in Adolescence (The Wessex Astrologer). Since then, she has spoken at astrology conferences around the world and contributed to major astrological magazines and publications. She has also authored ‘The Adolescent Astrology Report’ which was created to help parents and teachers understand the children they care for. Her most recent book Mirror Mirror: The Astrology of Famous People and the Actors Who Portrayed Them contains a foreword by the legendary astrologer Julia Parker. Alex is Director of Education for Kepler College and her website is: alextrenoweth.co.uk.

Tea and coffee will be provided. Please bring your birth chart.

Date: Saturday 17 February 2024
Venue: The Loft – Top Floor Room, Cornerstone Community Centre, First Avenue, Hove BN3 2FL
Time: Start at 10am-4pm. Please arrive after 9.30am for the 10am start

To Book Your Place: The fee for the day is £35. Early bird until 31 January £25. 

To book – pay online via secure PayPal. 

You can also pay via bank transfer. Please send us an email if you prefer this option.