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Many of the astrology titles on my shelves are reference-type works that I've only read selected parts of, but "Astrology and Meditation" can easily be read from cover to cover. Not only is it relatively short, but there is a single thread or theme running throughout, which is the attempt to demonstrate an approach to astrology that focuses on the higher purpose, intention, or meaning behind a certain planetary position, aspect, progression, or transit. Another reason it's such a readable book is that the general observations and discussions are continually interspersed with specific examples from the author's many clients. Greg Bogart writes in a simple and clear style, focusing mainly on the ten planets, and the book's forty-five displayed charts often show as few as one, two, or three natal planets, along with the particular transiting planet(s) to illustrate his point. Not only is it a very readable book, but it's one that should be read. The idea that we can try to understand the higher purpose or lesson to be learned, rather than worrying about the possible negative consequences from an upcoming transit by Uranus or Pluto, is a very important one that people like me particularly, whose outlook tends to be more fatalistic than humanistic, need to fully appreciate- even if putting the book's advice into practice turns out to be a lot more difficult than agreeing with it in principle. Incidentally, my copy says that it was published in 2002.
I have another favorite here and I am not one to meditate, fact is I barely have time to think lately. I found this book extremely important to me. Once I started reading it- I could barely put it down. The book showed me the importance of stopping to see the meaning of each symbol in Astrology, to value each meaning and see the positive in chart analysis. Its not just informative its enlightening. I love this book, Its a keeper!