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Chinese Astrology: Exploring the Eastern Zodiac Paperback – September 17, 2013
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In Eastern philosophy, spirit is known as Qi or chi, which is life force energy. The yin/yang symbol is the visual representation of Qi, which is the blending of heaven and Earth, male and female, fire and water, aggression and passivity, giving and receiving. One Yang and one Yin are called "Tao", which means "the way". Taoism is an ancient philosophy created by Lao Tse that teaches awareness of natural cosmic cycles and the blending of Yin and Yang, which results in balanced, harmonious living.
Applied to Chinese Astrology, Qi is the marriage of divine spirit with human personality. Each of the 12 animal archetypes is a mixture of positive and negative attributes. Positive traits such as loyalty, forgiveness, perseverance, and compassion reflect the alignment of personality with spirit (Qi). Negative traits such as bitterness, anger, jealousy, and possessiveness reflect a great separation between human personality and spiritual essence. In fact, author Shelly Wu says: "The greater the gulf between spirit and personality, the darker one's character."
Chinese Astrology - Exploring the Eastern Zodiac provides a comprehensive overview of the 12 archetypal temperaments embodied in the animal signs, and what they tell you about yourself and others. At the beginning of the book, Wu provides several pages of charts, so you can find your animal sign and element in a matter of seconds.Read more ›
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LOVE THESE KIND OF BOOKS, GREAT TO HAVE A UPDATED 1 AFTER SO MANY YEARS.Published 19 months ago by JESNE
helped me better understand how my man thinks, so our arguments are more like discussions, it's more productive. eye opening.Published on January 9, 2014 by dooker835
I was looking forward to this book but found it simplistic and uninspiring. I hoping to find a book with more depth and description of each sign and relationship interactions.Published on January 1, 2014 by carol
i love astrology book and shelly wu is by far the greates in my opinion. she goes deeper into the subject for our further understanding.Published on December 5, 2013 by Kirsten M Marks