Intuitive Astrology: Follow Your Best Instincts to Become Who You Always Intended to Be
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Intuitive Astrology: Follow Your Best Instincts to Become Who You Always Intended to Be

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Intuitive Astrology is simply wonderful. I’ve used and studied astrology for many years, and this is one of the most accessible and practical guides ever written.”
— Christiane Northrup, M.D.
Author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdsom and The Wisdom of Menopause


“A user-friendly gift of intelligence, accessibility, and depth.”
—ELIZABETH LESSER
Co-founder of Omega Institute a
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Paperback, 352 pages
Published June 3rd 2003 by Ballantine Books
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Garrett Dunnington
This is one of the better Astrology books I think. Very explanatory; but Astrology can sometimes be a life-long study. Many aspects of this book emphasize that we need to creatively use Astrology in our lives.
Terry Chartier
Sep 13, 2008 Terry Chartier rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone looking to be creative and more instinctive
As an Aquarius the book shed the light on why I have a "whatever!" attitude that enables me to create my own path. This book helps balance who you and helps you to trust your instinct.
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