Michael Bartlett talks to Alex about her motivation for writing her book “Growing Pains”. She talks about her experiences as a school teacher teaching in an astrology “no fly” zone. Alex’s work on Jupiter and Saturn in the classroom has the potential to help teachers reduce workload by helping them to work more efficiently. Alex explains how her students’ Jupiter and Saturn informs her style of teaching . This knowledges also enables her to motivate students who have to conform to the confines of the classroom.
Michael and Alex demonstrate how the boundaries of Saturn keep children safe by allowing the teacher to stand firm when their discipline is challenged.
Alex gives Michael an example of how she might teach his Jupiter in Taurus class. She also explains the perils of bumping into her students outside of the classroom.
This paper was the result of a research grant from the American Federation of Astrologers in 2015. It was published in the AFA’s journal. It was further developed for the Institute of Vedic Culture’s conference magazine, Constellation News which is now featured on astro.com. The article later featured in National Council for Geocosmic Research‘s magazine Syzygy and the Astrological Association of Great Britain’s highly respected Correlation.
This article describes the key stages of child child development as mapped out by Jupiter and Saturn
Alex is passionate schoolteacher who fully credits astrology for keeping her in a career that most people leave in 5 years.
This paper for Organisation for Professional Astrology explains how Alex collated her data and describes the inspiration behind the research.
The video presentation of Alex’s research in Kolkata India can be found here.
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