Sunday, October 13, 2013

Series of 2-Day Seminars on Foundations of Astrology

 Institute of Traditional Studies & Arts

Ibn al Arabi Centre of Philosophy & Metaphysics
announces a series of seminars on the foundations of astrology

November-December 2013

Dr. Tehnyat Majeed

While popular astrology has certainly contributed to relegating astrology to the realm of pseudo-science or worse still to frivolous fortune-telling and entertainment, it has nonetheless served as an initial portal into real astrology especially for those who are motivated by a desire to seek the truth in all knowledge. Anyone who then probes into the conceptual depths and profound practice of real astrology, will discover that there is immense logic and structure to this divine universal script of the skies.

These series of seminars on astrology deals with how the language of astrology may assist us in better negotiating everyday life through a more insightful understanding of our own selves and of our potential strengths and weaknesses in behavioural interactions.

Seminar 1: Introducing the Signs of the Zodiac - (1st Week November)
Seminar 2: The Planets & their Meanings - (4th Week November)
Seminar 3: The Houses of the Astrological Chart - (2nd Week December)

 Friday and Saturday: 5 pm to 8:30 pm

Hast-o-Neest 31 G, Gulberg II, Lahore

Kindly register by 31st October for the first seminar -
 Send in name, email address and contact number on 0300 847 1855/ 
Seminar Fee: Rs. 4000/person
Certificates of participation will be awarded to registered participants.

Dr. Tehnyat Majeed holds a doctorate in Islamic Art and Archaeology from the University of Oxford. During her studies abroad, she was initiated into the art of astrological interpretation by a French astrologer and practitioner of the mystical tradition of the kabbalah. In addition, she received part of her formal training in astrology at the Faculty of Astrological Studies in London. She is currently Adjunct Faculty, History of Islamic Art, Museum Studies at Beaconhouse National University

Queries: 0300 847 1855/

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