Fundamental Facts about the Moon’s Nodes” and included discussion of the True and Mean Node and information on the nodal cycle in transit.
– April 24, 2016
Reviews from The Mountain Astrologer, April/May 2005:
Part I offers “Fundamental Facts about the Moon’s Nodes” and included discussion of the True and Mean Node and information on the nodal cycle in transit. Part II contains stories of the Hindu myths related to the nodes, with an emphasis on the goddess as the consorts of the male deities. Part III, the bulk of the book, is an investigation of the natal nodal placement by house, as well as the transiting nodal cycle.” And, “This is not a cookbook but a content-rich exploration of the possible life lessons and meanings inherent in nodal placements.”
Dell Horoscope, November 2005:
“The perspective is described by Agneta Borstein in the The Moon’s Nodes, A Churning Process of the Soul. The author has studied Vedic astrology in depth and has also personally benefited from meditation techniques as taught by Swami Muktananda. As a practicing Western astrologer, her desire is to bring Western and Eastern astrology systems closer, and the vehicle for this bridging is the Lunar Node axis.” Ending with “Borstein’s overview is an excellent field guide.”
ISAR International Astrologer, 2005, Erin Sullivan:
“Several books have treated the nodes of our earth-moon in various ways – and many of them with dignity and perception – but none with the range of expression and information brought to this one.” “It is clear that many years of mindful thinking accompanies the ideas expressed in the Churning Process of the Soul – and so brings fresh eye to the nodes.” “A must for the astrologer’s library.”
– May 15, 2016
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