- File Size: 2055 KB
- Print Length: 257 pages
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- Publisher: CPA Press; 1.0 edition (October 13, 2014)
- Publication Date: October 13, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OHXSQTS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Barriers and Boundaries: The Horoscope and the Defences of the Personality Kindle Edition
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"Saturn and Chiron are the most psychologically complex of the planetary pantheon, and are probably the most difficult to deal with, primarily because they reflect aspects of ourselves that we generally dislike or are ashamed of. Both are connected with the experience of humiliation..."
"...there is a different quality to Chiron. With Saturn, we feel something has been denied us, something withheld that we badly need. This lack or sense of deprivation makes us feel inadequate, and eventually forces us to develop self-sufficiency. With Chiron, there is a sense of something unfair hurting or humiliating us, something that we didn’t merit. We have been irrevocably spoiled or damaged."
So much ground is covered. A richly rewarding book that deserves a second reading at some point.
The author, Dr. Liz Greene, is well respected within the astrological community and extremely accomplished both educationally and professionally. Though I can't say I always agree with her, I must admit, the woman's done her homework.
The style in which this book is written and the information provided is decidely "capricornian"... straight to the point and void of coddling. It's an honest, sober, thought provoking reflection of the insights of one ambious higher mind on the touchy and super sensitive topic of what we all are most pained, afraid, betrayed, ashamed, and unaware.
Like a parent, in effort to prevent infection, who knows full well how much it stings to put rubbing alcohol on an open wound, does it anyway, despite all the cries and protests from their injured child.
"Barriers and Boundaries" pours antispetic in the form of awareness over psychological wounds and, yes, in the process it might sting. It can prevent infection though, if you can stay objective. Just try to keep in mind, this is for your own good.