The Luminaries: The Psychology of the Sun and Moon in the Horoscope

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Weiser Books, 1992 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 243 pages
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The Sun and Moon symbolise two very basic but different psychological processes that operate in every human being. The lunar light lures us toward fusion with the mother and the safety of the uroboric container. It also teaches us how to relate, to feel compassion, to care for ourselves. The solar light leads us on the hero's journey into anxiety, danger, and loneliness, and it instructs us in our own divinity. In this exciting new volume in the Seminars in Psychological Astrology series, Liz Greene and Howard Sasportas team up to discuss the mythology and psychology of the Moon, the importance of relationships, the role of the father in individual development, how the mother affects the individual, and how we blend the energy of the Sun and Moon as we develop during a lifetime.
 

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Contents

THE MYTHOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY OF THE MOON
3
THE MOON AS A SIGNIFICATOR OF RELATIONSHIP
51
THE SUN
79
THE SUN AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONSCIOUSNESS
81
THE FATHERS ROLE IN INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT
117
THE CONIUNCTIO
165
A DISCUSSION USING EXAMPLE HOROSCOPES
167
A DISCUSSION OF THE LUNATION CYCLE
203
ABOUT THE CENTRE FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL ASTROLOGY
241
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