The Sibling Constellation

The Sibling Constellation From the Penguin Arkana Contemporary Astology Series edited by Erin Sullivan an exploration of siblings and the sibling archetype through the lens of astrology psychology and mythology Brin Clar

  • Title: The Sibling Constellation
  • Author: Brian Clark
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the Penguin Arkana Contemporary Astology Series, edited by Erin Sullivan, an exploration of siblings, and the sibling archetype, through the lens of astrology, psychology, and mythology Brin Clark examines early psychological theories of Freud, Jung, and Adler, as well as how these thinkers may have been influenced by the sibling dynamics within their own families PFrom the Penguin Arkana Contemporary Astology Series, edited by Erin Sullivan, an exploration of siblings, and the sibling archetype, through the lens of astrology, psychology, and mythology Brin Clark examines early psychological theories of Freud, Jung, and Adler, as well as how these thinkers may have been influenced by the sibling dynamics within their own families Part 2 goes into sibling dynamics in astrological charts The basic thesis is that all family members influence one another and that apparently this influence may show up on the natal birth charts and transits.

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    • Kathy says:

      Dense, and fascinating. This is the only book I've found that explores this part of our lives and energies so thoroughly, including charts and case studies. For the advanced astrologer also fascinated by classic psychology.

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