The Greatness of Saturn: A Therapeutic Myth

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Robert E. Svoboda
Lotus Press, Apr 1, 1997 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 304 pages
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The telling of mythic stories has always been a powerful form of therapy, bringing healing to people facing adversity. The greatness of Saturn is such a therapeutic myth, told and retold through many centuries. Taken from the East Indian Vedic tradition, it honors the planet Saturn, who personifies time, limitations, loss, and all forms of adversity.

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Old world literature, and certainly vedic astrology, tends to the personal. Man's anthropomorphism of his experience is a lost art of fleshing out intangible feelings and ideas. The ancient sages knew ... Read full review

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Names of Indian Mythological Characters at the end of this Book.

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Robert Svoboda is a certified medical practitioner of Ayurveda. He is the author of "Ayurveda: Life, Health and Longevity "and "The Hidden Secret of Ayurveda,

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