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“Astrology: For Those Who Won’t Admit They’re Interested” presents astrology in a fresh and unorthodox light. It is written with the intention of offering both sceptics and lovers of astrology a deeper appreciation of the stars. It begins by introducing and articulating the idea that astrology can be a tool for personal transformation, ultimately leading to liberation from “Astrology: For Those Who Won’t Admit They’re Interested” presents astrology in a fresh and unorthodox light. It is written with the intention of offering both sceptics and lovers of astrology a deeper appreciation of the stars. It begins by introducing and articulating the idea that astrology can be a tool for personal transformation, ultimately leading to liberation from all that is predictable. It then goes through the essential meanings of each of the star signs, from Aries to Pisces. These entertaining interpretations are enriched by mythology, folk tales and teaching stories gleaned from western psychology, eastern mystic traditions and from Sudhir’s years of experience as an astrologer. The book ends with an interview that further illuminates the ideas Sudhir presents in the introduction. This interview provides answers to the questions that a fresh approach to astrology should naturally invite. This book is lavishly and humorously illustrated by the brilliantly wry Australian artist, Jinesh Wilmot. Upasana Papadopoulos is the editor. She also conducted the interview with Sudhir that is included.


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“Astrology: For Those Who Won’t Admit They’re Interested” presents astrology in a fresh and unorthodox light. It is written with the intention of offering both sceptics and lovers of astrology a deeper appreciation of the stars. It begins by introducing and articulating the idea that astrology can be a tool for personal transformation, ultimately leading to liberation from “Astrology: For Those Who Won’t Admit They’re Interested” presents astrology in a fresh and unorthodox light. It is written with the intention of offering both sceptics and lovers of astrology a deeper appreciation of the stars. It begins by introducing and articulating the idea that astrology can be a tool for personal transformation, ultimately leading to liberation from all that is predictable. It then goes through the essential meanings of each of the star signs, from Aries to Pisces. These entertaining interpretations are enriched by mythology, folk tales and teaching stories gleaned from western psychology, eastern mystic traditions and from Sudhir’s years of experience as an astrologer. The book ends with an interview that further illuminates the ideas Sudhir presents in the introduction. This interview provides answers to the questions that a fresh approach to astrology should naturally invite. This book is lavishly and humorously illustrated by the brilliantly wry Australian artist, Jinesh Wilmot. Upasana Papadopoulos is the editor. She also conducted the interview with Sudhir that is included.

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