Studies have shown that we humans generally identify place with safety, consigning it to either end of a spectrum that extends from security to isolation. Who can explain why we are drawn to certain places from a young age, or have a penchant for moors or deserts while others are repelled by them. Why are some drawn to caves, others open spaces? Some prefer cities, others villages.
From a soulful perspective, the natal and relocated charts can help to confirm the mystery of our feelings and reveal patterns to places that are significant in our lives. In this lecture we consider place from the perspective of the soul using the natal and relocated chart to help us consciously cooperate with ensouling both our personal and our collective space through attending to and participating with where we are.