Astrology for Real Relationships

Understanding You, Me, and How We All Get Along

Author: Jessica Lanyadoo

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 256

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A modern, inclusive guide to astrology that uses the zodiac to illuminate your love life as well as your relationships with your family, your friends, and yourself. When it comes to friendship, family, and romance, we all want the same things: to love and be loved, to communicate, to fight fair, and to feel okay in our own skin. Illuminating and accessible, Astrology for Real Relationships includes a primer on basic zodiac knowledge—including the importance of your Sun, Moon, and the planets in your birth chart—before exploring how self-love and self-care affects all types of relationships. Once your mental health and spiritual and emotional wellness are balanced, you can be empowered in your relationships, including: • Friends and chosen family: The Sun governs your identity and your will. Are you comfortable being yourself? Do your friends see you in the same ways that you see yourself? • Hanging out and dating: The Moon governs your feelings and emotions. Are you honest with yourself about how you feel and what you really need from a partner? • Long term relationships: Mars is the planet of conflict. Do you always seem to be attracted to the wrong people? Are women really from Venus and men from Mars? Full of real talk about attraction, dating, sex, frenemies, self-love, mental health, and how to deal with family, this book will help you build and maintain strong connections—with your crushes, your spouse, your boss, or your mom—and uncover and empower you to get what you really want in relationships, not what you think you should want.

The Astrology of Love & Sex

A Modern Compatibility Guide

Author: Annabel Gat

Publisher: Chronicle Books

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 288

View: 537

Bringing the ancient matchmaking tool of astrology into the 21st century, The Astrology of Love & Sex explores the romantic and sensual sides of the zodiac. In 12 detailed chapters, astrologer Annabel Gat divulges how each sign likes to flirt, date, and fool around. Going beyond traditional heteronormative gender roles, the book candidly explores love and lust in today's sexually fluid world. From love philosophies to sexual inclinations, readers will enjoy dissecting and analyzing each passage. With unique compatibility profiles matching every sign and a quiz to identify your star match—wrapped in an all-foil case wtih gilded page edges—this is a fun and comprehensive guide to finding true cosmic love.

The Astrology of You and Me

How to Understand and Improve Every Relationship in Your Life

Author: Gary Goldschneider

Publisher: Quirk Books

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 344

View: 142

This astrological relationship guide is indispensable for dealing with everyone from friends and family to bosses and coworkers. Steer your life by the stars and make all your interpersonal relationships shine. This beautifully designed, horoscope-driven handbook will teach you to bring energy to your relationships and divine the true nature of personalities using the power of astrology. Do you know how to live peacefully with a Taurus? Discuss money issues with a Cancer? Improve your sex life with a Scorpio? With chapters arranged by astrological sign, The Astrology of You and Me will give you help and guidance for every imaginable star-crossed situation, and the beautiful design features astrology-inspired illustrations throughout.

The Astrology of Relationship

Author: Michael R. Meyer

Publisher: iUniverse

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Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 264

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Of all the branches of astrology, it is probably "synastry" – the technique of comparing the birth charts of two or more persons – that most fascinates those who practice astrology today. This is the first book to deal thoroughly with the basic purpose and techniques of chart comparison in clear, contemporary terms. Going beyond the simplistic popular methods which compare only sun signs, Michael Meyer's humanistic approach to synastry offers a responsible tool for understanding the mutually constructive aspects of any relationship. The Astrology of Relationship introduces the concept of "relationship" with a brief overview of its place in traditional astrological practice and its relation to certain Eastern Philosophical concepts. Explaining the significance of planets, houses and signs in determining personal compatibility, Meyer offers a step-by-step technique for chart comparison, including full instructions for casting and interpreting zodiacal contact, house contact, and composite charts. To demonstrate the methods described, the book concludes with synastric analyses of three important relationships in history: Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung; George Sand and Frederic Chopin; and founders of the Theosophical Society, Madame Blavatsky and Henry Olcott. Michael R. Meyer is the author of A Handbook for the Humanistic Astrologer and The Astrology of Change: Horary Astrology and its Humanistic Applications.

Love Signs and You

The Ultimate Astrological Guide to Love, Sex, and Relationships

Author: Skye Alexander

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 863

View: 546

An analysis of the astrology of romance features elaborate illustrations and coverage of such areas as the celestial and historical influences on sex appeal, how to find an ideal astrological match, the planetary profiles for more than ninety famous couples, and the astrological influences that were at play for each of the sun signs during the past century.

Synastry

Understanding the Astrology of Relationships

Author: Rod Suskin

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 247

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Synastry puts relationships under the cosmic microscope of astrology—offering an insightful perspective on the dynamics that drive all personal interactions. Rod Suskin, the author of "Cycles of Life, " blends traditional methods with modern techniques in this introduction to synastry. His step-by-step approach begins with interpreting an individual's birth chart to pinpoint relationship needs and behaviors. Next, you'll learn chart comparison techniques—involving the elements, inter-chart aspects, planets in aspect, the fifth house, dignities, and other astrological factors—to determine the compatibility and longevity of a relationship. "Synastry" will help you explore many critical issues that affect relationships: communication habits, values, feelings of self-worth, sex drive, life goals, attitudes toward money and children, karma, and more. For the professional astrologer, there is also advice for conducting client consultations with sensitivity and objectivity.

From the Moment We Met: The Astrology of Adult Relationships

Author: Brian Clark

Publisher: Lsa/Flare

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Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 472

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Relationship astrology - synastry - is not just an exploration of compatibility and possibility; it calls us to honour the mystery and soul of our attachments - not for what we want them to be, but for how they truly are. By its very nature, relationship is inevitable. Embedded in every human being is an instinct to respond and attach, to embrace the desire and urge to relate. As an integral human pattern, relationship is an aspect of every individual's future, shaped by the familial, ancestral and cultural atmosphere of the times in which they live; consequently, relationship is a central motif woven into each individual horoscope. When two souls form a relationship with one another, so do their horoscopes. The quest to understand the heart of relationship inspires this volume. From the Moment We Met offers a guide through the labyrinth of astrological symbols and images towards a clearer understanding and acceptance of your adult relationships.

How to Handle Your Human Relations

Author: Lois Haines Sargent

Publisher: American Federation of Astr

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 116

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Our connections with other people are perhaps the most basic fact of life, and yet they can be very complicated. The astrology of relationships, including such links as love and marriage, friendship, family ties and business associations, is the subject of this most thorough and detailed guide. It covers attraction, endurability and mental agreement as well as the position of Saturn. From interchart aspects to cross-chart house connections, all the major tricks of the synastry trade are explained in this book. Lois Haines Sargent's well written, well read volume has been a best sellar ever since its first printing in 1958.

Light on Relationships

The Synatry of Indian Astrology

Author: Hart Defouw

Publisher: Weiser Books

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 295

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The sages of ancient India developed the astrological practice of Jyotisha as a karma-measuring apparatus to indicate where your karmas will permit ideals to be shared between you and those with whom you relate. Jyotisha can help restructure relationship dynamics by providing perspectives on when and how your relationships and their difficulties are likely to arise and dissipate. Light on Relationships is currently the only book that makes relationship analysis accessible to the modern student of Indian astrology. If you want to learn how to use this system for chart comparison, this book gives you the complete details. The authors cover the techniques of synastry and explore all the facets of what makes a relationship work--or not--including personal karma and goals, family influences, the Ayurvedic constitution or dosha of each individual, and how these elements are revealed. In an entertaining and informative way, the authors explain how the individual chart will reveal your inborn ability to relate. They explain the traditional ten Porutthams, which evaluate a couple's sukha (external and internal happiness), and explore superstitious concepts, such as Vishna Kanya (literally, "poison maiden"), or Kuja Dosha ("The Blemish of Mars"). Included are details on determining the most auspicious times for a wedding. This approach to synastry has been developed over years of experimentation. The authors blend the principles of synastry with other techniques culled from Jyotisha's classical canon. Some of the less conventional techniques presented come from ancient oral traditions never before incorporated into the classical works. Other methods come from the authors' mentors; and some have been developed from processes validated over many years of their experience. The authors build on some of the best principles of the astrological traditions of both West and East, hoping to bring the two camps closer together.