To help you prepare for sessions, learn more about astrology and other aspects of your Soul’s Trek over time. Check back often as additions will be made continually.
Client Forms (with links)
Information About Astrology
Check on my astrology board on Pinterest.com for Tables & Diagrams covering basic definitions of key astrological elements.
For those wanting to learn Astrology, the best book I found is:
Bloch, D. and George, D. ASTROLOGY FOR YOURSELF, How to Understand and Interpret Your Own Birth Chart, Ibis Press, FL, 2006.
Information About Regression Therapy
Walsh, Patricia L. UNDERSTANDING KARMIC COMPLEXES, Evolutionary Astrology and Regression Therapy. Wessex Astrologer, England, 2009.
Woolger, Roger J. OTHER LIVES, OTHER SELVES, Bantam, NY, 1988.
Woolger, Roger J. HEALING YOUR PAST LIVES, Sounds True, CO, 2004.
Sogyal Rinpoche, THE TIBETAN BOOK OF LIVING AND DYING, Harper Collins, 1992.
Classes and Workshops
General Terms and Definitions
The key elements we focus on at SOUL TREK ADVENTURES include the:
SOUL- the part deep within us that is both maximally individualized (uniquely YOU) while being connected to Spirit/Source, enduring from lifetime to lifetime, with the intention to transform;
ASTROLOGICAL (NATAL BIRTH) CHART AS MAP– the ultimate language for mapping “who I am, who I am trying to become”, as an individual in this lifetime; the particular “purpose, gifts, challenges and lessons I am here to fulfill;”
COMPLEXES and other SHADOW MATERIAL as BLOCKS– revealed in the chart as the Soul’s lessons, wounds it is trying to heal, the blocks it must overcome, incurred in “past lives” but brought in and re-experienced in this life to promote access and thus facilitate transformation. These are the sources of the deep frustration and pain, we experience emotionally, mentally and/or physically, in our lives today, as we struggle to overcome the blocks which quite typically have eluded our most fervent, consistent and valiant efforts.
In the Words of Others…
“Death is a drawing together of two worlds, not an end. We are the bridge.”
“In no case is there a loss of personal consciousness to deplore. Nor will there ever be.”
—Erwin Schroedinger, What is Life?
“Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting; The soul that rises with us, our life’s star, Hath had elsewhere its setting And cometh from afar; Not in entire forgetfulness, And not in utter nakedness, But trailing clouds of glory do we come From God, who is our home.”
—Wordsworth, Intimations of Immortality
“With the heavenly eye, purified And beyond range of human vision,
I saw how beings vanish And come to be again.
I saw high and low, Brilliant and insignificant,
And how each attained, According to his karma,
A favorable or painful rebirth.”
“We all return; it is this certainty that gives meaning to life…”
“Mistake, error, is the discipline through which we advance.”
—William Ellery Channing, Address on the Present Age
“There are two states for man-the state in this world and the state in the next; there is also a third state, the state intermediate between these two, which can be likened to the dream [state]. While in the intermediate state a man experiences both the other states, that of this world and that in the next; and the manner whereof is as follows: when he dies he lives only in the subtle body, on which are left the impressions [samskaras] of his past deeds, and of those impressions is he aware, illumined as they are by the light of the Transcendent Self [atman]…” —Brihadaranyaka Upanishad
“Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes time. Vision with action can change the world.” —Joel A. Barker
“Since you want to know my opinion about astrology, I can tell you that I’ve been interested in this activity of the human mind since more than 30 years. As I am a psychologist, I am chiefly interested in the light the horoscope sheds on certain complications in the character. In cases of difficult psychological diagnosis, I usually get a horoscope to have a further point of view from an entirely different angle. I must say that I very often found that the astrological elucidated certain points which I otherwise would have been unable to understand”. — C.G. Jung
“Thinking is difficult; that’s why most people judge.” –C. G. Jung