All human beings are wounded, and to some extent it is our wounds and how we deal with them that define who we are. Wholemaking is a life-long process, as we work to heal our wounds. Astrologically, Chiron is a key to understanding our wounds, and helping us to discover our healing journey…our personal hero’s journey on the road toward becoming whole.
Zane will take you on a journey that begins deep within, following the path Carl Jung took to discover the wounded healer archetype inside, show how we all of wounds can impact one mentally, emotionally, and physically, and show how we can find the tools we need to work towards wholemaking.
You may attend remotely via Zoom; this is free for MAAS members who will be sent Zoom link the week of the meeting.
Non-members may also attend remotely via Zoom for $18. Please pay through PayPal no later than Wednesday, May 19th to be sent a Zoom link.
The virtual door opens at 7:15. The lecture starts at 7:30.
ABOUT ZANE B. STEIN
Astrology entered Zane’s life when he was 17 and has traveled with him wherever he’s gone ever since. He has assisted clients from all but one of the earth’s 7 continents.
Zane sees astrology as a roadmap for one’s personal hero’s journey, helping one to find the best pathways, overcome the obstacles, and work towards becoming whole. He believes one’s astrological chart helps one to understand, communicate with, and learn from the universe through what Carl Jung so aptly described as archetypes.
The year 1977 brought a whole new dimension to Zane’s astrological career, for it was then that he began studying the newly discovered body Chiron, spearheading what became a worldwide research program. His book, “Essence and Application: A View From Chiron” has been called a truly groundbreaking book on this body, and is still the most widely read text on Chiron. He has recently published “Chiron – Healer and Wholemaker”, which picks up where “Essence” left off, and has been called “THE Chiron book for the 21st Century”. Zane has been called the world’s leading authority on Chiron.
He was also one of the astrologers in the forefront exploring other Centaurean bodies, such as Pholus and Nessus, and has been particularly excited watching the meanings unfold as we learn about Chariklo, the body named after Chiron’s spouse.
Zane’s articles on various Centaurs, including Chariklo, have appeared in a number of astrological publications, most notably The Mountain Astrologer. He has lectured throughout the USA, Canada, England, Ireland, and, more recently, all around his new home, Australia. Zane was a long-time member of MAAS before moving to Australia