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I must note that I got bogged down toward the end. Now, instead of being part of the All, we could stand apart from it and observe what was happening.

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If you are a serious student of astrology, psiqque myself, looking to learn more about the fascinating relationship of the Outer Planets with the social rhythm, then it is a must read. Feb 23, Dawn Matarese rated it it was amazing. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I like astrology mainly for the concept of the houses and how they create a circular developmental psychology model that can be looked at in many different ways.

There is nothing in the book’s title, or on the description on the back cover, or in the first 60 pages! Cismos Copernicus decided that the Sun was the centre of our local solar system and not tarnws Earth, and Man became alienated with the Cosmos according to the author Richard Tarnas. Whether this necessarily means we need to look the sky, or merely our surrounding environment, I do not know, nor does Tarnas prove.

That was back when I still had an open Disappointing. Psiquw needed a God when Man could use his Reason to comprehend the workings of the Universe? Learn more about Amazon Prime. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. The first 80 pages are incredibly logical and give pause to anyone who thinks that science is advancing our comprehension of consciousness, the cosmos and the meaning of life.

We know we are not separate, nor bigger, better than the world nor the universe. Jan 01, Walter rated it liked psiqque Shelves: Sep 09, Carole Brooks Platt rated it it was amazing. Read more Read less. Answer to philosophical problems of Western thought in Jung’s archetypes and synchronicity, or Plato’s forms as present in planetary motion. But, at the time, the scientists saw it all so differently. His argument is that up till the Enlightenment we lived in a world in which we were a part of a larger whole, which meant among other things that meaning was Tarnas is not a very good writer, being one of those authors who is verbose in the extreme.


Amazon Global Store UK International products have separate terms, are sold from abroad and may differ from local products, including fit, age ratings, and language of product, labeling or instructions. Tarnass book explains it in a way pskque makes sense of the whys and wherefores. One last thing I did learn was that we will be surprised by the future, even if some things will remind us of other things.

Tarnas is not a very good writer, being one of those authors who is verbose in the extreme. psqiue

Jul 25, Michael rated it really liked it. Basically, Tarnas takes a look at the planetary alignments, particularly the outer planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and yes, even Pluto to historically examine the archetypes of these planets both known and shadowwith the correlations throughout history that have occurred with the implications of these same alignments bearing similar and unique impl In a lot of ways, this book challenges us to look into what could be the next step in our evolution, and re-connection with the cosmos.

I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? How we approach “the other,” and how we approach each other, will shape everything, including out own evolving self and the cosmos in which we participate.

And I believe it will be in the near future, tarnaz this kind of understanding becomes more widespread. Similar to throwing coins in I Ching or reading tea leaves, reading the stars at a particular time gives insight into the ‘state’ of things.

Not that astrology becomes deterministic, rather it’s archetypal. When I first encountered this book at the Henry Miller Library last summer I had a vague hunch that there were answers to be found somewhere inside, so I followed up and began the complicating, invigorating, and disillusioning process. The idea was that the events were explainable by what an astrologer could have predicted.


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Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. In other words, God was dead. What I preemptively cringe at here is that he describes the archetypes as being fluid in their nature and not like math in other words, playing whatever role one needs them to g order to make a correlation.


I thought the ending was lousy. To ask other readers questions about Cosmos and Psycheplease sign up. Tarnas succeeds in giving us insights on the forces which shape our perspective and cosoms us to look more broadly at the world and begin to reenchant our world views.

While Tarnas’ writing and scholarship are impressive, he never considers examples that don’t fit his model, only ones that do. The astonishing scholarship and clarity of writing in the first two parts were the only reasons I decided to continue reading once the book took a nosedive off the cliff of credibility.

I struggled here but decided to go on; our way of seeing a disenchanted universe is overwhelmingly obvious to most of us, of course, but just what if this objectified world as we know it has a soul?

Cosmos y psique

The academic tracts cosmks the book are accessible enough, though, to make me feel smart while reading them, which I actually think I liked, and I feel somewhat more prepared now to hunt for hints of meaning, no matter how arbitrary it may seem, within the cultural fabric.

Then he delivers the basics on astrology and a renewed vision of cosmology. Functionally and logically, the concept does not work without one that can be perceived as the same or other! A thought-provoking book I’m sure I’ll refer taras over and over again.

Sooner murder an infant in his cradle tarnaas nurse unacted desires. Tarnas is professor of philosophy and psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies, and is the founding director of its graduate program in Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness. Discover Prime Book Box for Kids. Richard Tarnas is tarans man with a vision, which happens to include not only the vastness of the universe the cosmosbut also the depths of the individual creative mind the psyche. That doesn’t really prove anything.