Books on vocation, astrology, vocational astrology

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Books on Vocation

The Work We Were Born to Do
by Nick Williams
This book will inspire you to find a way to pay the bills while finding passion and meaning in your work.

Follow Your North Star:Claiming the Life You Were Meant to Live
by Martha Beck
Martha Beck is a life coach, who in this book has created a series of exercise to help readers find their essential self, and break free of expected social roles. She writes from her heart.

Books on Astrology for Beginners

Astrology for the Light Side of the Brain

by Kim Rogers-Gallagher

Ms Rogers-gallagher writes in a very snappy style, which makes it easyfor beginners to get a basic picture of many astrological concepts. Atad stereotypical. Remember in reading this book that we arecombinations of many signs, therefore we rarely show the purecharacteristics of any one planetary combination.

The Inner Sky

by Steven Forrest

Written in a very powerful, distinctive voice, this book covers thebasics and has an excellent section on integrating the horoscope.

The Only Way series

by Marion D. March & Joan McEvers

Somewhat dry, but very complete and introduction to all the basics inastrology, except that it does not include Chiron. Good for seriesstudent of astrology.

Chart Interpretation Handbook:Guidelines for Understanding the Essentials of the Birth Chart

by Stephan Arroyo

A non cookbook approach to learning astrological principle, a littleharder to read than the other books, but well worth the effort. Veryinsightful and accurate. Also good for more advanced students.

How to Read Your Astrological Chart: Aspects of the Cosmic Puzzle By Donna Cunningham

Excellent introduction to synthesizing charts – in other words, putting the elements together in a meaningful whole.

Books on vocational astrology

Astrology and Aptitude by Kim Falconer

This book is written without astrological jargon, and therefore anexcellent book for an astrological “dummy”, who wants some insightinto their career, but has enough meat for a more experienced reader.  Also includes section on the Nodes, and Chiron.

Pattern of Professions

by Emma Belle Donath

Includes lots of information on midpoints, and asteroids and how theyrelate to career analysis. For more advanced students of astrology.

How to Use Vocational Astrology for Success in the Workplace:Modern, Practical Techniques Presented by Seven Expert Astrologers.

Lewellyn’s New World Astrology Series

Essays on vocational analysis by astrologers such as Cunningham and Luntz- lots of information for more advanced students of vocational astrology

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