Thursday, August 31, 2006

Astrology Carnival: Fourth Edition

Welcome to the fourth edition of the astrology carnival. I think my favorite part about doing this carnival is discovering new blogs that I probably wouldn't have found out about otherwise.

Here are the great submissions for this edition:

Christopher writes a different take on the astrology warning Chandira wrote about in the last edition of the astrology carnival in Astrology Warning.

Audrey gives us Starring Audrey: Week of August 14th, 2006 posted at Queercents.

And frugal shares some Lessons from Astrology.


The fifth edition of this carnival will come out around the end of September. You can submit your blog article to the next edition of the astrology carnival using the carnival submission form. You can also email me (theknowitallastrologer @ gmail.com) your link (make sure you mention that you want it included in the carnival) or post it in the comments below.
Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.

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Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Astrology Carnival: Third Edition

This is the third edition of the astrology carnival. Fittingly, there are three submissions for this edition.

Chandira writes about what the planets may be stirring up in September Astrology Warning. I think this is a good reminder to make sure you are tuned into, and listening, to your intuition.

Jennifer explores Affinities at Saturn Return Can Bite Me.

And diana shares an article on the basics of Astrology.

The fourth edition of this carnival will come out around the end of August. You can submit your blog article to the next edition of the astrology carnival using the carnival submission form. You can also email me your link (make sure you mention that you want it included in the carnival) or post it in the comments below.

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Thursday, August 10, 2006

Saturn Return and Buddha

I've been reading about and exploring Buddhism for the last few years, especially during my Saturn Return. What's fascinating to me about the Buddha is that, when he was 29 (during his Saturn Return), he chose to leave the sheltered life his father provided for him, after he was confronted with the suffering that exists in the world. For the next six years, he studied and practiced meditation in a journey to discover how to find liberation from suffering. At 35, he achieved enlightment and then spent the rest of his life teaching and sharing what he learned with others. This is obviously a very shortened version of Buddha's story, but it's still is a great illustration of how a Saturn Return can manifest in a person's life and shows what's possible when a person takes responsibility for themselves.

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