Relating: An Astrological Guide to Living With Others on a Small Planet

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Weiser Books, Jun 1, 1978 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 294 pages
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Dr. Greene uses basic astrological concepts symbolically and practically, in a framework of Jungian psychology, to show the ways in which people relate to one another on both conscious and unconscious levels. The book is an original, advanced, information-packed, provocative and well-organized work. There are no structures of 'normal' and 'abnormal' in its pages, but there is a good deal of respect for the many differences between human beings.
  

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Even this early book shows her wonderfully fluid teaching style. She is the most interesting astrologer on earth at this time.

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This is an excellent book. Goes far beyond Astrology into Psychology, Jungian concepts, Philosophy. It's definitely not for people only beginning their astrology readings, but will be a valuable book ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The Language of the Unconscious
9
The Planetary Map of Individual Potential
23
The Planets
29
Sun and Moon
30
Mercury
36
Venus and Mars
38
Jupiter and Saturn
39
the Intuitive Type
78
The Birth Chart and the Psychological Types
86
Beauty and the Beast
91
The Inner Partner
110
The Sex Life of the Psyche
155
Honour Thy Father and Mother with Reservations
189
The Infallible Inner Clock
226
The Saturn Cycle
241

The Outer Planets
41
Air Water Earth Fire The Psychological Types
52
the Thinking Type
61
the Feeling Type
68
the Sensation Type
72
The Uranus Cycle
245
The Individual Progressed Chart
247
Relating in the Aquarian Age
263
Conclusion
278
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About the author (1978)

Liz Greene is held in high esteem by astrologers all over the world, professional and non-professional alike. She is a prolific¬?c author of books and various publications and has been instrumental in shaping modern psychological astrology. She is the co-founder of the Centre for Psychological Astrology in London.

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