On Tuesdays at 8 PM (UTC +2:00), Ahmad teaches a workshop on astrology.
hi there 🙂
my name is Ahmad and i’m an astrologer/mover. i started studying astrology at the age of 19. the second i discovered my teacher Debra Silverman (check out her youtube videos, they’re hilarious) i was completely hooked. i felt like astrology found me rather than the other way around. i loved having a tool that gave me and others insight into our inner worlds and gives us permission to be ourselves while at the same time developing an awareness to how we can grow and become more whole. i’m interested in using astrology as a way of becoming more intimate with ourselves and getting clear about our strengths/weakness and how we can work with them and use them to our advantage. astrology helps you figure out what your unique purpose and gifts are. this magical tool also allows you to step out of yourself and see life from a more detached and wholistic view rather than your limited one. i believe all these things are very useful during times like these.
i’ll be teaching you about some personal things about astrology, what certain things in your birth chart mean and then also more collective stuff, in terms of what are the energies that are at play in the world at the moment so we can best learn how to navigate them. this is extremely useful and healing in intense times like these because trauma, fear and all these emotions get trapped in our bodies and therefore learning how to discharge, contain and move through all those things is of paramount importance for our wellbeing. i look forward to connecting with all of you in this journey of supporting one another through these tender and challenging times.
i teach astrology, i give personalised readings and i write for an online astrology website. for bookings: contact me (email@example.com) and we can have one-on-one sessions.
Times are Central European Summer Time (UTC+02:00)
Find the full timetable here.
All sessions will be held on zoom.us which you need to sign up for and download beforehand.
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