“ Intuitive Astrology is simply wonderful. I’ve used and studied astrology for many years, and this is one of the most accessible and practical guides ever written.”
— Christiane Northrup, M.D.
Author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdsom and The Wisdom of Menopause
“A user-friendly gift of intelligence, accessibility, and depth.”
Co-founder of Omega Institute and author of The Seeker’s Guide
Is astrology destiny? Of course not! Your birth chart does not foresee a future written in stone, and predictive astrology is just a parlor game. The original purpose of astrology was to help you tap into your inner wisdom, ask yourself the right questions, and find your own answers to life’s challenges. Now this unconventional and refreshing guide helps you reconnect with the sea of intuition that flows through each of us—so you can discover your true purpose.
Based upon the author’s nearly twenty years of experience as a professional astrologer, this amazing book gives you a secure orientation in the basic principles of astrology and teaches you highly effective techniques for identifying your talent, your passion, your spiritual support, and your connection to community.
• Clear instructions on technically reading the planets, signs, and houses in your birth chart as well as a primer on the meaning of each
• Easy-to-follow intuitive exercises to connect with your “cosmic database,” a wellspring of creativity that encourages you to trust your potential and to love who you are in the present
• Helpful ways to trust your own limits and use them as inner teachers
• Twelve true life stories that illustrate the inspiring and uniquely brilliant way in which each of us can bring an astrological script to life
If you are drawn to astrology but are intimidated by its apparent complexities, this generous, comprehensive book is the book for you. It presents the basics of astrology with crystal clarity and prepares you to use them with a subtle, finely honed precision that no other source provides. Even if you’re an experienced astrologer, you’ll be enlightened and stimulated by Elizabeth Rose Campbell’s affirmation: When you follow your best instincts, you follow the stars.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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|Title of eBook: Intuitive Astrology|
|Release Date: 12-18-2007|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group|
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Source: The Sea of Intuition
The sacred is the emotional force which connects the parts to the whole. —Author unknown
So profoundly does the ocean affect those who live near it that it follows them forever. I couldn’t have been more than a few years old the first time I saw the ocean and went crazy with ecstasy, racing back and forth on the beach, splashing in the shallows. That ecstasy arrived every summer with our return to the ocean, to the same stretch of beach along the South Carolina coast, the town where great-grandparents were buried and their offspring still lived. It was a homecoming for my grandparents, but as I got older I began to understand it more clearly as a different sort of homecoming all my own. When I swam in the ocean, a strange thing happened: My sense of self dissolved and then resurfaced, bigger and emptier, but definitely better. I let go of who I thought I was and then remembered who I really was. It was as simple as that.
This phenomenon came into focus completely the summer I was ten. It was June, and though the sun was hot, the water was cold. I got used to the temperature of the water, moving farther and farther into the breakers. Beyond the breakers, with the water up to my chest, and my feet resting lightly on the ocean floor, my arms floated on either side; I turned my face to the sun and out to sea.
As I did this, I forgot my life story—age, gender, family, everything. As it evaporated, a deep happiness came over me and I lost gravity slightly, the salt water making my body buoyant and lighter, part of the sea. A self returned that knew its own nature, something without boundaries but focused in me. I wa...