SATURN RETURN: A Time of Deep Transformation
8 October – Performance Studio – 1pm-5pm
Led by: Madeleine Botet de Lacaze
£25 * * purchase in advance essential * *
Saturn takes approximately 29.5 years to complete one full orbit around the Sun.
This means that when we are between 27 and 30 years old the Saturn in the sky meets the Saturn on your natal chart, as it’s back to the same zodiac sign as when we were born.
This is what in astrology we call Saturn Return when a new 30 years life cycle begins.
Saturn is about work, responsibility, limits, boundaries, time, integrity, authority, commitment, selfrespect, work, work, work, being tested, being pushed to our limits we will come face to face with our own blocks and be forced to push through them to find new ways to do things in life. It’s a struggle an inspiring crossroads that can shift our life and connect us with who we are and what we want. Saturn will ask us to stop hesitating and to jump into a new stage of adulthood.
During this workshop you will learn about the Saturn Return and how it might be affecting you. This is a moment in life where change is inevitable and the way we approach this energetic cycle can make an enormous difference to our experience of it – it can be extremely challenging or an extremely rewarding time of self discovery. So how do you transition through this part of our life in the best way possible? This workshop is ideal for people who: will soon go through their Saturn Return: 25/26/27 years old are in the middle of it at the moment: 28/29/30 years old or would like to reflect about that time in their lives or want to understand more about lifecycles in astrology.
Please email the following birth details to firstname.lastname@example.org after you have purchased your ticket: Day, Month, Year / City, Country / Exact time (from birth certificate)
About the facilitator:
Madeleine’s practice focuses on the body’s relationship to identity, belonging and presence; creating intimate interdisciplinary performances that question our perception of corporality. Encounters with a diversity of cultures and spiritual practices throughout her life and practice – including astrologers and shamans – have been a strong influence on her ongoing artistic research. For more information: www.astrologyforartists.com