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Astrology Beyond Ego (New)
by Lyons, Tim
Publisher: American Federation of Astrologers
Book ID: 9780866906036, 0866906037
Seeing in the pattern of the astrological symbols both the development of ego and the path beyond ego's restrictions, Tim Lyons discusses the relationship between astrology and perennial wisdom. The first three chapters present thought-provoking ideas about the development of awareness through the stages described by the planets, signs, and houses. Succeeding chapters explore the role of relationships and emotion in our spiritual development, the evolutionary potential symbolized by the outer planets, and the importance of collective projections. The final chapter explores the relationship between our ideas about freedom and astrological time-analysis. Astrology Beyond Ego concludes with an appendix that explains some astrological correlations to the Buddhist Abhidharma.
Tim Lyons has been an astrologer for more than 30 years. He has contributed to two of Llewellyn's New World Astrology series (How to Manage the Astrology of Crisis, 1993; Astrology Looks at History, 1995), been a columnist for American Astrology (now Your Daily Horoscope) since 1990, and contributed numerous astrology articles to Welcome to Planet Earth and The Mountain Astrologer. He has also contributed to The East West Journal, The Liguorian, Chrysalis, The Vajradhatu Sun, Bodhi Magazine, ETC., The Vocabula Review, and various newspapers and given numerous lectures both in Colorado and elsewhere. He has a B.A. in English Literature from Occidental College in Los Angeles (1971) and an M.A. in Creative Writing from The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore (1974). He works as a writing instructor at the University of Colorado and maintains an active astrology practice.
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