The Hidden Center: Black Moon Lilith: a Talk by Astrologer Lynn Bell
Wednesday, March 20th: 7:30-9:30pm
Center for Sex and Culture: 1349 Mission St., San Francisco
The Black Moon Lilith represents an aspect of self that has gone out of bounds. This can happen in any area of life, sexual, intellectual or emotional, as if something has been heated too high and then cut-off or isolated. Underlying the cut-off is a source of power that has become stuck in refusal mode. Lilith resonates with those aspects of the feminine that have been rejected by a given culture, and her symbolism connects us to something that has been disavowed in our own lives. This archetype is of equal importance for both men and women, often triggering mysterious struggles in relationship. How may we unlock this powerful placement in our charts, and what happens when this archetype is released?
Lynn Bell is a Paris-based astrologer whose work spans multiple cultures as a speaker, teacher, author and consultant in astrology. She has developed a strongly cyclic approach to astrology and blended it with her own psychological work as well as training in Eriksonian Hypnosis and work in family therapy. A background in literature and sociology come together in an keen interest in the relationship between the individual and collective cycles. She has spoken at most of the major astrology conferences in the world, and her articles have appeared in The Mountain Astrologer, Apollon, The AA Journal, Meridian and other major astrological publications. Her first book Planetary Threads, which explores family patterns in astrology, is just being re-issued.