Description - Under a Sacred Sky: Essays on the Practice and Philosophy of Astrology by Ray Grasse
This is a fascinating collection of essays by the author on the ancient art of astrology, ranging from discussions of its use in our personal lives to its value for understanding historical cycles and patterns. Along the way Ray Grasse also interjects the story with some of his own personal experiences in the discipline, while exploring its broader implications for subjects like synchronicity, spirituality, and the yogic concept of the chakras. This book includes interviews with Rick Tarnas and Laurence Hillman and is suitable for both beginner and advanced students of the subject.
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(234mm x 156mm x mm)
Wessex Astrologer Ltd
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Author Biography - Ray Grasse
Ray Grasse is a writer, photographer, and musician living in the American midwest. He has studied with teachers in both the Kriya Yoga and Zen traditions, and has worked as an editor for Quest Books and The Mountain Astrologer magazine. He is author of The Waking Dream: Unlocking the Symbolic Language of Our Lives (Quest Books, 1996) and Signs of the Times: Unlocking the Symbolic Language of World Events (Hampton Roads, 2002). His websites are www.raygrasse.com and www.raygrassephotography.com.