You The Universe The Holistic Mind
You The Universe The Holistic Mind
Making Sense Of Astrology

Astrology is more than keywords associated with the 12 astrological signs and planets. It is the study of nature and how as humans we are a part of and affected by celestial influences.   Join Catherine Potter for an informative look at why the astrological signs have certain characteristics associated with them and more…

Catherine Potter

My introduction in the early 80′s to yoga, meditation & astrology rekindled a childhood fascination with all things mystical and a journey began.

By weaving together Eastern and Western teachings, which included training in different branches of astrology, hypnotherapy and meditation, I was able to find ways to bring ancient practices into daily living and begin the process of grounding the often externalized idea of spirituality.

I became fascinated with the idea of bringing a practical approach to mystical topics and a reverence to daily routines. It continues to be an ongoing journey.

I first began my career as a professional astrologer in 1986 and added hypnotherapy in 1997. Combining the two modalities allowed me to create a counseling technique which helps a client gain a better understanding of their archetypal blueprint as well as help release blocks that inhibit the full expression of who they are.

I later spent time furthering my studies in meditation, yoga and ayurvedic teachings and ended up getting certified in Vedic studies.

In 1995 I began The Center College for Wholistic Studies which evolved in 2004 and I then became one of the founders and teachers at The Northern Star College of Mystical Studies.

Also in 1995 along with Brenda Mottram, I began Mosaic Magazine. We both loved the idea of creating a voice for the growing and thriving holistic community in Edmonton. After a year Brenda moved to the Uk and I continued to publish the magazine until 2004. Mosaic Magazine has continued to grow and flourish with its new owner and publisher.

A passion for uncovering one’s “naked voice” to coin a Chloe Goodchild phrase has had me continuing to write and publish articles and poetry as well as explore sound therapy.