The planet Jupiter represents the symbolic world and intuits its meaning. Its function is to enlarge, make fruitful and bestow a feeling of being protected. The planet embodies the immense spirit of hope and optimism. Psychologically, it is from this archetype of paternal benevolence that we derive self-confidence. Jupiter helps us to extend our horizons, to take life as it comes. More

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The Sun formulates our goals: Mars pursues them. Through Mars, we learn to act as independent and self-sufficient beings and project ourselves into the world. Mars will give us the courage to stand up for our rights to assert ourselves and express our anger when necessary. The red planet describes what we want from life, and corresponds to our basic

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The opposition in astrology occurs when two planets are 180 degrees apart in the chart, and this puts them “opposite” each other. The opposition consists of the elements (Water and Earth or Air and Fire) that naturally feed each other; need one another on many levels. Depending on the chart balance and other factors, usually one planet is owned and

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Article by Noel Eastwood: When I read Stephen Arroyo’s Astrology, Karma and Transformation I immediately became hooked on psychological astrology. Here was an astrologer who understood an individual’s personal life problems by locating the conflicts in their natal chart. By knowing our client’s individual conflict or karmic lesson, astrologers can apply knowledge of psychology to guide them to freedom. Conflict

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