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Vibrational Astrology Leadership Program

Schedule

1. Jan 2023:   9   *  23 30   (no class Jan 16, MLK Day)
       Feb 2023:  6  13 20   *    (no class Feb 27 before VA Conference)   


       Mar 2023: VA Conference Gainesville FL March 3 - 5. 
                          You are NOT required to attend this conference.
                          You must attend the 2024 and 2025 VA Conferences.
                          On Thursday, March 2 is a meeting at the home of David and Fei for
                          current students and previous graduates of Avalon only! This is a chance to
                          meet in person other students of Vibrational Astrology and professional
                          Vibrational Astrologers. This all-day gathering is likely to be offered only
                          this year, so you may want to take advantage of this! There is no fee to
                          participate.


       Mar 2023: 13 20
   HOMEWORK AND RECORDINGS WITH CLASS NOTES:

2. Mar 2023: 27 
   Apr 2023:  3  * 17 24   (no class April 10, Easter is April 9)
   May 2023:  1  8 15 22
   HOMEWORK AND RECORDINGS WITH CLASS NOTES:


   1 week break between courses (no class May 29, which is Memorial Day)

3. Jun 2023:  5 12 19 26
   SUMMER BREAK: 4 weeks with no classes, Jun 27 - Jul 30.
                 No classes until July 31.

   Jul 2023: 31    
   Aug 2023:  7 14 21 
   HOMEWORK AND RECORDINGS WITH CLASS NOTES:

4. Aug 2023: 28
   Sep 2923:  * 11 18 25  (no class Sep 4, which is Memorial Day.)
   Oct 2023:  2  9 16 23

   HOMEWORK AND RECORDINGS WITH CLASS NOTES:


   1 week break between courses (Halloween on October 31)
 

5. Nov 2023:  6 13 20  
       WINTER BREAK: 6 weeks with no classes, Nov 21 - Jan 7.
                                      No classes until January 9, 2024.

       Jan 2024:  8 15 22 29
       Feb 2024:  5

   HOMEWORK AND RECORDINGS WITH CLASS NOTES:


       1 week break between courses (Valentines Day is on February 14)
 

6. Feb 2024: 19 
   VA Conference in Gainesville, Florida Mar 1 - 3, 2024.                                 
(required attendance) 
                    
   Mar 2024: 11 18 25
   Apr 2024:  1  8  * 22 29     (no class on April 15)
   HOMEWORK AND RECORDINGS WITH CLASS NOTES:

7. May 2024:  6 13 20  *        (no class May 27, Memorial Day)
   Jun 2024:  3 10 17 24
   SUMMER BREAK: No classes in July (no classes Jun 25 - Aug 4)
   Aug 2024:  5

   HOMEWORK AND RECORDINGS WITH CLASS NOTES:


8. Aug 2024: 12 19 26
   Sep 2024:  *  9 16 23 30    (no class Sep 2 which is Labor Day)
   Oct 2024:  7
   HOMEWORK AND RECORDINGS WITH CLASS NOTES:


       1 week break between courses (no class Oct 14)
 

9. Oct 2024: 21 28       (Note: Oct 31 is Halloween)
   Nov 2024:  4  * 18  * (no class Nov 11, Veteran's Day.
                          no class Nov 25. Thanksgiving is Nov 28)

   Dec 2024:  2  9
   WINTER BREAK: 3 weeks with no classes, Dec 10 - Jan 5, 2025.
   Jan 2025:  6 13  

   HOMEWORK AND RECORDINGS WITH CLASS NOTES:

10. Feb 2025: 3 10 17 24

    VA Conference in Gainesville, Florida March 5 - 9, 2025.
                      (required attendance).
                      2 extra days (Wednesday and Thursday) for 
                      current 
students.
    Wed, March 5, 2025, 9 AM - 6 PM Ethics & Counseling Training.
    Thu, March 6, 2025, 9 AM - 6 PM Ethics & Counseling Training.
    Fri, Mar 7 evening - Sun Mar 9  5 PM: Conference
    Sun, Mar 9 evening: Graduation ceremony

    HOMEWORK AND RECORDINGS WITH CLASS NOTES:



DESCRIPTION OF COURSES:

1. VA Essentials: VA as an analysis of energy flow, motivation, and meaningful purpose. Basic meaning of planets, signs, and houses in VA. What Vibrational astrology charts are, orbs used, what a midpoint structure is, and basic keywords for 1st 32 vibrations.
 

2. VA Fluency 1: VA Interpretation, importance of prime numbers. Students gain facility putting meaning of planets and vibrations together to come up with a specific interpretation and using software to quickly access the needed information.
 

3. VA Fluency 2: Students are introduced to Isotraps, Midpoint Isotraps, Super Symmetry Patterns, use of Harmonic Patterns Listing #8 or #9 in the Sirius software to see vibrations of midpoint structures by the end of this course.

Homework Requirement: Submit a recorded consultation at least 20 minutes long in a standard format that the teacher can easily access such as .mp4, and they must apply each method contained within the course. Webcam must show both people. Live consultation. Preferred that person is someone the student does not know. An informed consent form should be signed (typed name is OK) by the client.
 

4. Compatibility: Creating BiWheels of a Vibration that is important to a person with the same vibration for the other person, composite chart, and other techniques for compatibility.

Homework Requirement: Submit a recorded consultation at least 20 minutes long in a standard format that the teacher can easily access such as .mp4, and they must apply each method contained within the course. Webcam must show both people. Live consultation. Preferred that person is someone the student does not know. The recorded consultation will be evaluated and graded by the teacher.

 

5. Forecasting: Use the Time Line format in the Sirius software with transit-to-natal, secondary progressed-to-natal, progressed-to-progressed and solar arc directions and use of the AstroSignature Forecast. Prior to applying these ideas students learn the basis of secondary progressions (day = year), solar arc directions, and that there are different methods for calculating secondary progressed houses. Use of Solar Returns.

Homework Requirement: Submit a recorded consultation at least 20 minutes long in a standard format that the teacher can easily access such as .mp4, and they must apply each method contained within the course. Webcam must show both people. Live consultation. Preferred that person is someone the student does not know. The recorded consultation will be evaluated and graded by the teacher.

 

6. Astronomy for astrologers, VA Theoretical Framework, Software Features for Knowledge Discovery, and Comparison to Techniques in Other Astrological Systems.

Required Homework: Using a software feature to investigate an astrological idea and report results. The homework is uploaded to a public place for students or presented in class and there is class discussion about some of the investigations.

 

7. Relocational Astrology: Treasure Maps, Detail Maps, zodiacal vs. in Mundo calculations, local space, Isotrap Maps. Practical examples of relocational astrology.

Homework Requirement: Submit a recorded consultation at least 20 minutes long in a standard format that the teacher can easily access such as .mp4, and they must apply each method contained within the course. Webcam must show both people. Live consultation. Preferred that person is someone the student does not know. The recorded consultation will be evaluated and graded by the teacher.

8. Interpretation Practice and Application: Rules and guidance for applying what has been learned in previous courses. Putting it all together in a consultation. Prioritizing and organizing the information in actual analysis.

9. Practicum in interpretation with live interpretations and optionally students submitting homework of their interpretation of famous people or results of interpreting for clients (typically volunteer clients who are not paying but some students may already be professionals too. Interpretations must be strictly VA!).

The classroom hours are devoted to one or more of the following:
(1) Teacher information about consultations
(2) Teacher reviewing consultations
(3) Live consultations
(4) Student discussion guided by the teacher.

The client must give consent to the consultation for teaching purposes.

Homework Requirement:

a) 3 recorded consultations at least 40 minutes long each done either as homework on in class as the teacher prefers,

b) AND at least one 10-minute consultation that is done in class.

If these are recorded sessions rather than live in the classroom, the webcam must show both people. Live consultation. Preferred that person is someone the student does not know. The client must sign a consent form that the consultation is recorded and used for learning purposes. The teacher does not have to require students to watch the 40-minute sessions but can if desired. The teacher evaluates the consultations on interpretation methods and communication skills.

c) Students must attend at least 3 live 10-minute consultations.

 

10. Ethics Training, Consulting Skills and Business Skills. Modern consulting skills like active listening, etc. Difficult, challenging, or complex situations with clients. Resources for assisting clients. Ethics requirements. Legal issues, website development options, licensing, etc.