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<B>Gods and Planets: The Archetypes of Astrology </B><I> </I>, BARZ, ELLYNOR
1 Gods and Planets: The Archetypes of Astrology
0933029713 / 9780933029712 Paperback 
Barz, an astrologer and Jungian analyst, leads us through the world of astrology, examining both its symbols and its symbolic nature. She explains that astrology itself is a symbolic system (not a science), thus its contents possess inherent archetypal qualities and significance. The author's exploration of the planetary gods and their relationship to Jungian psychology opens up a realm of psychic possibilities.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 1344] 
Price: 46.95 AUD
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<B>Horoscope Handbook </B><I> </I>, ANDERSON, ADRIAN
2 Horoscope Handbook
0994160224 / 9780994160225 
For the first time, you can interpret your horoscope with the help of Rudolf Steiner’s insights.
Go beyond Jung, and beyond the Greek myths, to understand how the planets relate to our human consciousness, using Steiner’s model of the “sevenfold” human being. Pages showing you at a glance what any feature in the horoscope means, for ease of use in consultations. New information for experienced astrologers, including the what lies behind Houses having inherent themes, why intercepted signs over the houses matter, what gives House Eight its unusual qualities, why the zodiac signs have their unique signals, what makes Saturn’s influence so complex, and much more.
Includes an index and advice on how to interpret a horoscope.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 14149] 
Price: 39.95 AUD
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<B>Lost Zodiac of Rudolf Steiner </B><I> </I>, ANDERSON, ADRIAN
3 Lost Zodiac of Rudolf Steiner
0994160259 / 9780994160256 
Steiner's magnificent Stuttgart zodiac, painted in 1912 by Imma von Eckhardtstein, and destroyed in 1937, HAS BEEN RE-CREATED in colour. This  painting, the greatest artistic depiction of the zodiac that Rudolf Steiner ever commissioned has thereby been saved from oblivion.  Each image is clearly explained, and there is also a correct translation of Steiner’s wonderful meditations on the sun-signs.  Another chapter  explains the zodiacal basis of the cultural Ages in anthroposophy. Four black-white photographs from about 1913 were scanned-in, and the colours put back onto the image.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 14759] 
Price: 40.00 AUD
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<B>Twelve Nursing Gestures and the Zodiac </B><I> </I>, ROLF HEINE
4 Twelve Nursing Gestures and the Zodiac

A lecture and summary by Rolf Heine was given October 2005, in Vidarkliniken, Jarna, Sweden.

"There are two opposite poles to nursing: the nursing activity and the inner attitude or nursing ethos. The important question is: how can inner attitude become activity?  How can something which I inwardly strive to achieve with the patient become visible activity?  

If I help a patient to get up from a chair by putting my hands under his arms and pushing him up, my action is inspired not so much by n inner attitude of attentiveness and esteem than by pragmatic considerations.  If, on the other hand, I hold out both hands to the patient, he can take them and follow my invitation to get up.  In the second case something else came into play while which went beyond my inner attitude and my outer activity: it was a gesture that moved the patient.  

Between action and attitude lies the gesture.  The gesture is in the middle.  A therapeutic nursing gesture leaves the patient free.  

We find this freedom motif, for instance, in the Central European custom of shaking hands: after short eye contact the two right hands take hold of each other, not too firmly and not too loosely, at a level between navel and heart, midway between two people.  The hands are 'shaken', which means they move rhythmically between the two people as well as up and down and around their own axis.  In a pleasant handshake a small space remains free between the two hands that hold each other.  If the handshake becomes firmer this space decreases until it disappears altogether:  the handshake has lost its purpose as a gesture joining two people who are greeting each other.  The relationship is no longer characterized by freedom but by the exertion of power on the part of one of the people involved.
In any positive meeting a free space will emerge.  A therapeutic gesture has to be like that."
(Excerpt page 1)
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 14119] 
Price: 35.00 AUD
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