By Barbara Hand Clow
A nationally identified astrologer explores the relationship among non secular emergencies at age 30, forty, and 50 and key astrological passages of Saturn, Uranus, and Chiron. • presents recommendations for steering the kundalini strength published in the course of planetary passages for optimum own and psychic improvement. • contains charts for beginning years beginning in 1930 in order that readers can verify the timing in their planetary passages. • via Barbara Hand Clow, writer of the bestselling Pleiadian Agenda (60,000 copies sold). Kundalini--the power of eros that lies on the base of the spine--can be overwhelming as soon as activated. occasions of activation coincide with the foremost astrological passages of Saturn, Uranus, and Chiron in one's delivery chart and are usually skilled as classes of religious emergency, confusion, and imbalance.
In Liquid gentle of Sex, Barbara Hand Clow opens up new dimensions for realizing what happens in the course of those key lifestyles passages, which so much folks event 3 times in our lives. within the author's phrases, ''we form at age 30, we transform at age forty, and we transmute at age 50.'' targeting the transformation at age 40--the time of imbalance and non secular confusion sometimes called the ''midlife crisis''--she explores how kundalini strength, the liquid gentle of intercourse, may be creatively channeled via unblocking the chakras. delivering potent tools for reaching actual, emotional, and non secular progress in this very important existence passage, Liquid mild of intercourse offers a roadmap for utilizing celestial cycles to navigate absolutely and productively in occasions of significant lifestyles swap.
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