Astrology and Your Past Lives
Understanding your previous incarnations can turn into a fascinating journey of self-discovery and healing. You can gain insight into destructive habits that may have begun in a past life -- and then create a more positive and creative new life. In "Astrology and Your Past Lives" astrologer and regression therapist Jeanne Avery provides a simple yet profound way to understand one's blocks and blessings. By focusing on the meaning of one planet -- Saturn, the planet of limitations -- Avery shows how we "pick our own type of gravity" that connects this life to our previous incarnations.
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Page 42 - He was first shown four different rosaries, one of which— the most worn— had belonged to the thirteenth Dalai Lama. The boy, who was quite unconstrained and not the least bit shy, chose the right one without hesitation and danced around the room with it. He also selected out of several drums one which the last Incarnation had used to call his servants. Then he took an old walking stick, which had also belonged to him, not deigning to bestow a glance on one which had a handle of ivory and silver....
Page 43 - ... February 1940 the enthronement of the Dalai Lama was celebrated during the Great New Year Festival, when he received new names such as 'The Holy One,' 'The Tender, Glorious One,' 'The Mighty of Speech,' 'The Excellent Understanding,' 'The Absolute Wisdom,' 'The Defender of the Faith,' 'The Ocean.' Everyone was astonished at the unbelievable dignity of the child and the gravity with which he followed ceremonies which lasted for hours. With his predecessor's servants, who had charge of him, he...
Page 41 - Buddhist philosophy declares that years may pass before the god once more leaves the fields of heaven and resumes the form of a man.) Search groups set out to explore in the year 1937. . .Following the signs, they journeyed eastward in quest of the Holy Child.
Page 42 - ... Cabinet Minister was waiting for them with his staff. He gave the boy a letter from the Regent containing official confirmation of his recognition. Then for the first time homage was paid to him as Dalai Lama. Even his parents, who had certainly guessed that their son must be a high Incarnation, only now learned that he was no less than the future ruler of Tibet. "From this day the little Dalai Lama distributed blessings as naturally as if he had never done anything else. He has still a clear...