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Saturn in Transit: Boundaries of Mind, Body, and Soul

by Erin Sullivan

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Saturn returns are significant personal astrological events. You can't hide from them and they are always a rite of passage. Bought this book years ago, and I'd just stuck it on the bookshelf. Obvious I had been through my first return and hadn't yet gotten to my second. Now that Saturn is conjuncting my sun and about to make it's second return I have a renewed appreciation for the quality of the material Sullivan presents. It definitely earns its place on the bookshelf
  owlsdottir | Sep 19, 2010 |
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To be ridden by an archetype is never easy, pleasant or relaxing. - Introduction
A book on Saturn's transit must necessarily be prefaced by a brief exploration of its origins and evolution and the shifting imagery which time has created.
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Drawing on classical myth, and the work of C. G. Jung and Joseph Campbell, the author examines Saturn's useful and developmental influence in our lives, and the manifestation of the astrological symbols in the individual and collective unconscious.
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Drawing on classical myth, and the work of C. G. Jung and Joseph Campbell, the author examines Saturn's useful and developmental influence in our lives, and the manifestation of the astrological symbols in the individual and collective unconscious.

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