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Part One explores Uranus in the natal chart, examining the mythic images of Ouranos the sky-god and Prometheus the Titan, bringer of cosmic fire, and investigating the psychological dynamics of the outlaw, the revolutionary, and the collective urge toward evolution and perfection.
Part Two deals with the 84-year transit cycle of Uranus and how it is expressed psychologically and through external events and relationship patterns. This important cycle is also explored in relation to the cycle of Saturn, which closely shadows Uranus throughout the individual’s life. The Art of Stealing Fire is often highly provocative, challenging our conventional astrological assumptions about Uranus and asking us to reflect on those times when we must find a way to balance our individual values with the great collective urge toward progress of which this planet is a symbol. This book is accessible to astrological students at every level, but it will also prove revelatory to experienced astrological practitioners.
A comprehensive astrological guide to life, relationships and lovers.
Astrology for Lovers is a seminal guide to learning how to interpret the subtle and not so subtle attributes of both your own and your partner's astrological sign in order to create a better understanding of one another.
Each person has a unique footprint in the map of the cosmos, and Astrology for Lovers guides the reader through each of the Sun signs in an enlightening and comprehensive manner. Each sign is given a lengthy description of its characteristics, as well its creation myth. Greene then expands upon the sign's shadowy side, and finally explicates the fine points of the individual sign as a lover. Astrology for Lovers will teach readers not only critical aspects of their own motivations, but also provide invaluable insight into the inner workings of their lovers.
The third volume in the Seminars in Psychological Astrology series. The authors discuss the mythology and psychology of the Moon, and show its relevance as a significator of relationships. Inaddition, the correspondence between the Sun and the development of consciousness is explored in depth. Includes a chapter on the lunation cycle.
Combining the symbolism of astrology with that of psychology, the authors show you how to understand depression, the quest for the sublime, the astrology and psychology of aggression, and alchemical symbolism for tracking life changes. Charts.Reading list.
This first volume in the Seminars in Psychological Astrology series includes Stages of Childhood, The Parental Marriage, Subpersonalities, and Puer and Senex. This is an extremely important book for anyone who wants to combine astrology and psychology in the counseling process.
The longing for redemption is a many-headed daimon that dwells within the most earthbound and prosaic of souls. Neptune is the astrological symbol that describes this energy. Liz Greene, an internationally known astrologer, has given us the most complete and accessible book about Neptune ever written! She explores Neptune themes in literature, myth, politics, religion, fashion, and art to show how this energy manifests.
“The most important single contribution of twentieth-century astrology is that astrology is not a map of one’s fixed destiny but is a potential map of the unfolding of the authentic, higher self.” —Robert Hand, from the foreword
Saturn’s darker persona is recognized universally in myth and fairytale. In this classic astrology text, renowned astrologer and Jungian analyst Liz Greene offers a fresh perspective on how to handle the influence of this much-maligned astrological symbol.
In Saturn, Greene shows us how the frustrating experiences connected to this planet can be turned into opportunities for greater insight and meaning in our lives. Saturn, she says, symbolizes a psychic process—one that allows us to utilize the experience of pain for self-discovery and a more fulfilling and complete life.
Greene retraces Saturn’s character through sign, house, aspect, and synastry in a brilliant analysis that reveals his other face: that of the initiator who, for the price of our honesty with ourselves, offers us greater consciousness, self-understanding, and, eventually, freedom.
The seminars in this innovative volume explore the psychological dynamics which accompany concrete events, focusing on the important psychological model of the complex as both a generator of individual behaviour and an archetypal image of individual fate. This book offers profound insights into the ways in which inner and outer reality coincide and reflect each other.
The seminars in this volume explore the many dimensions of the astrological Sun, from the Sun as a father symbol to its importance as a significator of personal identity, vocation, and spiritual values. Also examined are progressions of the Sun to natal planets, and major planetary aspects to the natal Sun. With so little written work available on the Sun in the horoscope, this innovative volume offers psychological and astrological perspectives, which will be invaluable for both the student and the professional astrologer.
The two seminars in this volume, although different in focus, both explore the enigma of relationships from an astrological perspective. The first seminar explores relationship through the composite chart, examining the ways in which this “third” entity carries within it a particular pattern of development independent of the two individuals involved. No existing work on composite charts examines the subject in such psychological depth. The second seminar discusses the archetypal dilemma of the eternal triangle: why we become involved in triangular relationships and what factors in the horoscope might suggest a predisposition to this kind of relationship dynamic. Triangles have been the subject of great literature and art throughout history, and while no relationship experience causes us such conflict and suffering, no human experience is so common and familiar to us all.
The author uses basic astrological concepts symbolically and practically in a framework of Jungian psychology to show how people relate to one another on both conscious and unconscious levels.
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