Mercury Retrograde Talk in Portland, OR – May 12, 2016

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Mercury Retrograde Guidance

Thursday, May 12, 2016

7:00 – 8:30 pm

I am excited to announce that I will be presenting a talk at New Renaissance Bookshop in Portland, Oregon on May 12 about the meaning and experience of Mercury Retrograde in astrology. The cost will be $15. New Renaissance Bookshop is located at 1338 NW 23rd Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97210.  If you live in the Portland area or can journey to the City of Roses at this time, I hope you will join me.

Mercury Retrograde is not a time to fear, but instead presents unique opportunities for growth.  This talk will dispel popular misconceptions regarding Mercury Retrograde and illuminate how to effectively navigate the liminal space opened within it.  The changeable, protean nature of Mercury will be explored, revealing how Mercury mutates symbolically into its chthonic role of a Guide of Souls during its retrograde.  Correspondingly, Mercury Retrograde offers an alternate realm of perception that can facilitate the uncovering of essential aspects of Self.  

Time will also be spent investigating the astrological significance of the three Mercury retrogrades during 2016 all occurring in Earth signs with significant aspects in transit to Mars, and what this can mean personally for you.


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4 thoughts on “Mercury Retrograde Talk in Portland, OR – May 12, 2016

  1. Hi Gray! Good luck with it! Wish I were there To hear it. I will be visiting sometime this summer and may check out the store then. Don’t know if you will Reprint the talk but if you Do would love to read your thoughts. Judie

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    • Thank you, Judie. Not sure if I will write out an article matching this talk, but possibly. I do plan to write about the upcoming Mercury Retrograde in Taurus. I hope you enjoy your trip in the Summer, Portland is fun to visit!

  2. I might try to attend this – it’s a nice motorcycle ride from the coast, especially if the weather cooperates. I used to go to that very bookstore on a regular basis when I lived in Portland!

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