The profession of astrology is evolving as our world in transition brings rapid changes, causing people and organizations to seek reliable guidance. What better way to navigate the times than to rely on the celestial clock of planetary cycles. Today, we are witnessing a revival in Astrology, with the enhancement of educational programs, community events, and research, creating better astrologers and a higher quality of service. But what does it take to succeed as a professional astrologer?
This volume gathers the experience and guidance of some of the world's most successful astrologers, who discuss the dos and don'ts, potential pitfalls and rewards, and critical building blocks of a successful and fulfilling practice.
Marketing Strategies and Astrology Resources
Financial Matters and Legal Issues
Consultation Dynamics and Ethical Considerations
Writing and Publishing
Including a survey on the profession and multiple interviews
Chris McRae - Steven Forrest - Donna Young - Maurice Fernandez - Sandra Leigh Serio - Georgia Stathis - Anne C. Ortelee - Melanie Reinhart - Robert Woodliff and Leisa Schaim (AFAN) - Caroline W. Casey - Monica Dimino - Jacqueline L. Janes - Frank C. Clifford - Nancy Beale - Kay Taylor - Kim Marie - Chris Brennan - Aleksandar Imsiragic- Madalyn Hillis-Dineen - Alexandra Karacostas - Arlan Wise - Linea Van Horn - Ray Merriman - Donna Woodwell - Hakan Kirkoglu - Wendy Stacey
The Organization for Professional Astrology (OPA) is a non-profit organization that advances the cause of professional astrology by developing programs, publications, and community support to help students and practitioners foster their understanding of astrology, and launch and enhance their astrology practices.
Visit the website www.opaastrology.org