Dynamic Interactive Astrology
by Lyn Birkbeck
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Pub Date 29 Jul 2022 | Archive Date 06 Jun 2022
John Hunt Publishing Ltd, www.o-books.com
There are very many astrology books on the market now but by and large the methods of learning astrology, and being able to apply it to oneself and others, are only contained in books that require lengthy and complex study. The reader/seeker can then become frustrated and confused, not to mention out of pocket from investing in quite a number of different books. As a consequence of this, the individual, unless they are a born astrologer, falls off the learning curve all too soon.
Dynamic Interactive Astrology bypasses these problems in two ways:
(1) It uses a very comprehensive and sophisticated set of keywords and subsequent keyphrases created by the user, that provide immediate access to the meanings in one's birth chart of the Planets, Signs, Houses and Aspects - the stuff of astrology. (The birth chart that supplies this data is freely available through the author's website or from any one of a number of other websites. Note: with Volume Three there may need to be a small charge to obtain Planetary Transits).
(2) Through a number of very specific questions which are addressed to the key phrases that the reader/seeker has created. These questions thereby initiate a process of dynamic interaction and are based on the idea that the reader/seeker already has the answers to these questions inside of them. This idea is akin to the basic psychotherapeutic premise that the practitioner never tells their client what they are like or what to do, but asks questions that elicit the client's innate self-awareness. This is known as 'clean' psychology as it avoids the practitioner's own personal agenda getting in the way, which can be confusing rather than enlightening, and also applies to the use of astrology.
Having utilised these two methods the user can then apply them, safely, to other individuals and their birth charts.
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