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Igniting Your Creative Fire with Astrology

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Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Virtual Event

Astrology is an amazing tool for bringing more awareness, learning, and creativity into our lives. This workshop explores how the current planetary energies are aiding in the expansion of our creative potential--we just have to tap into the influence. Join us as we learn about the astrology of the moment through mini-lecture and tap into the astrological energies through a guided meditation/visualization to enhance our creative potential. 

Katy Ibur (she/her) is a Chicago-based astrologer, tarot reader and workshop/retreat leader. She has been a practicing astrologer and metaphysical educator for the last six years. Katy received her BA in Psychology (with a Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies minor) from Macalester College and a Respondere from the School of Metaphysics. She is currently a clinical social work grad student at the University of Chicago, studying to be a therapist. Katy also works part-time at Mishkan Chicago and is a Kesher Fellow Alumni with ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal. Katy is passionate about emotional healing and the power of community and group consciousness in the healing process.  

Katy also offers astrological sessions and retreats (currently virtual)--please email her at or follow her on instagram @katyibur for more details. 

This program is sponsored in part by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs, and the Program in the Study of Spirituality at Florida International University. 

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Academics, Workshops & webinars, Arts & Culture, Recreation & Wellness


General Public, Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni



Jewish Museum of Florida
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