Is there a karmic connection that binds you to the closest people in your life? How can you identify a soul mate, twin soul, or cosmic partner and use that awareness for spiritual growth and fulfillment in this lifetime?
Professional astrologer Ruth Aharoni tells how to decipher the karmic "signature" in your birth chart to gain valuable insight into your karmic connections with others. Designed for astrology buffs at an advanced beginner through professional level, Karmic Astrology reveals the distinctive karmic characteristics revealed in the birth chart's signs, planets, houses, nodes, and elements, and tells how to identify important cosmic relationships through chart comparison.
This one-of-a-kind book explores spiritual attraction and explains why we choose a certain mate, what can be done to attract the right mate, and how we can improve our present relationships with friends, family members, and a lover or spouse. You'll gain an awareness of your past life connections and learn to live a more love-filled life this time around with the help of this fascinating guide that:
—Explains the difference between a karmic and cosmic relationship —Compares personal karma, couple karma, soul mates, and cosmic couplehood —Analyzes the combined charts of Edgar Cayce, his wife, and his secretary —Features chakra meditations for improving karmic relationships —Offers meditations to help you find your soul mate
The houses and signs that are occupied by the South and North nodes of the Moon illustrate the path our soul has taken and will continue to take in past, current, and future lifetimes. Using the birth chart of former President John F. Kennedy as an example, Evolutionary Astrologer Deva Green illustrates the importance of understanding our Nodal Axis and the signs and houses it occupies.
Nothing causes your heart to beat faster than a powerful romantic or sexual relationship! Astrologers get more questions about romance than just about anything else, so you need the best techniques to analyze charts with partnerships in mind. In this column you can read about three different facets of astrology that you can use to explore relationships—past, present, and future. Not an astrologer? Skip to the section on Ex-Relationships.
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