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Relating: An Astrological Guide to Living With Others on a Small Planet Paperback – June 1, 1978
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A key theme is that what we meet in our external reality is very much a reflection of our inner life. Liz Greene draws on both the astrological symbols of the birth chart and psychological concepts such as projection, shadow and anima/animus to outline a path towards greater understanding and increased individual responsibility. This approach to life offers an alternative to blaming our parents, partners - or even astrological birth charts - for our problems! Wisely, there are no easy answers here, but there is a great deal of insight into the human condition. Example charts and case histories are used to great effect.
Not everyone is a fan of Liz Greene and her psychotherapeutic perspective on astrology, but "Relating" is one of many major contributions that Greene has made to the cosmic science. It is well worth a read, particularly if you are relatively new to astrology. Apart from anything else, there's plenty of general advice on relationships that just about everyone can benefit from!
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Liz Green rises to the top of transformation authors. Insight into the human condition is expressed through her knowledge of astrology, psychology and religious concepts. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Janice
Liz Greene's greatest book. Not only of astrology. To me it is one of the best psychology books that I have ever read, one of the best introduction to Jung's way of thinking. Read morePublished on May 16, 2014 by MARIAN
As all of Liz Greene's books, this is insightful. It contains many references to ungian psychology, mythology and archetypes. Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by reader