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Lynn Bell: Psychological Astrology


Today we are going to be talking about psychological astrology, as well as Chartres and other examples of the linkage between astrology, psychology and spirituality, with┬áLynn Bell, a Paris-based astrologer whose work spans multiple cultures as a speaker, teacher, author and consultant in astrology. She has been an elite teacher at Liz Green’s famous Centre for Psychological Astrology in London since 1995, and has had an active consultation practice in Paris for over twenty-five years. Lynn has developed a strongly cyclic approach to astrology and blended it with her work in psychology, Eriksonian Hypnosis and family therapy.

Lynn has been a featured speaker at most of the major astrology conferences in the world. She has been a tutor for The Faculty of Astrological Studies Summer school in Oxford, and teaches seminars around the world — from Western Europe to far-off lands like Bali and Mexico.

Her articles have appeared in too many major astrological publications to mention. She is the author of Cycles of Light: Exploring the Mysteries of Solar Returns. She is co-author Of the Mars Quartet and author of Planetary Threads, which explores family patterns in astrology.

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