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Et puis merci. Le droit de le sentir tout le temps, sans mesure. How do emotions come into being? Very simple. They come into being through stimuli, through the nerves. Through our senses emotions come into being. And most of us function through our emotion of pleasure; obviously, sir. You like to be recognized as a Hindu. Then you belong to a group, to a community, to a tradition, however old; and you like that, with the Gita, the Upanishads and the old traditions mountain high.
And the Muslim likes his and so on. Our emotions have come into being through stimuli, through environment, and so on. It is fairly obvious. What role has emotion in life? Is emotion life? You understand? Is pleasure love? Is desire love? If emotion is love, there is something that changes all the time. So one has to realize that emotions, sentiment, enthusiasm, the feeling of being good, and all that, have nothing whatsoever to do with real affection, compassion.
But in the movie , Dave Bowman, the astronaut, has to slay a robot. So, what does that symbolize? And I think the possibility that AI could rise up and take over is symbolic of the way our dry, sterile rationality could overpower us, or even eclipse our spiritual nature.
Another major focus for me has been mundane astrology, in terms of how astrology sheds light on cultural movements. That was the focus on my second book, Signs of the Times. I been focusing a lot lately on the outer planets, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, and how those play into personal horoscopes. I mentioned the chakras, and I think that applies not just to individuals but to our collective experience.
In my book The Waking Dream , for example particularly chapter 11 , I tried to take what I learned from my studies of sacred geometry and from my conversations with teachers in the Kriya Yoga tradition, and hopefully shed some light on the deeper implications of astrology on that level. I believe that synchronicity is a far more expansive kind of phenomena than we see with just isolated coincidences—and astrology is the perfect example of that. And it virtually proves to me that there is a transcendental dimension to our world, and to my world. It also gives you an understanding of the good, so-called auspicious energies, which you can take advantage of.
So those are some things that I would say in answer to that. Can you give one or two examples?
RAY : It depends on the transit. That might be good in its own way, but Saturn is there to teach you something about your limitations, too, or about letting go of excess baggage in your life. Like high-risk mountain climbing. But personally, if Saturn were squaring my chart in powerful ways, I would be considerably more cautious! Or, if Mercury is retrograde and is squaring Saturn, is that a good time to start writing a book?
Personally, I think not. Editing it, sure—but starting it? On a positive note, if I have a fantastic Jupiter transit coming up, that might be a time for planning a trip overseas. Different transits are good for different things, so that when I had Uranus trining my Mercury, I chose that as the time to write my second book on the Aquarian Age. When Jupiter was crossing my 9 th house, that was a time that I did a long-distance trip.
Now, if Saturn was trining or conjuncting my Neptune, say, I might take that as a time to work on my spiritual practice, or some artistic project. Do you use any technique in particular? But I will look in particular to the strongest, closest difficult aspects, the closest square or opposition or conjunction. People are heavily defined by their strongest square or opposition. So, I need to know to some extent what they want. Then, when I put all that together in my head, I go with my intuition, and the spirit of the moment, as to where to take the reading.
My intuition has definitely become better as I grown older after having done this for so many years. Is Jupiter in their Sun sign? And so on. And then I draw up a specific transit list to see what all the trends and dates are. But the key thing is to first determine what the big picture is, not just the individual dates.
Those, I bring in slowly, and study the various progressions, solar arcs, progressed to progressed, etcetera. And I put it all together and lay it out for them in terms of what the key trends are, along with a certain number of dates. And I often start off the chart reading by asking what has the last six months been like for you, or even the last year?
Do you do readings for couples? When I do couples work, I look at the individual charts first, both in terms of the natal and update horoscopes, all of them, and then I look at the compatibility charts between them. In what situation would you do it? For what reasons? RAY : Oh laughing … are you asking me if I would ever say that?
They might be meant to be together. They may have some very difficult karma, but that could be exactly what they came here to work out. So what I would say to them? But they have to be aware of the struggles and the magnitude of the struggles, and do try to give them hope, if they are both committed to it. There may be a karmic reason that they are together, but they have to make that decision for themselves. RAY : My technical philosophical answer is no, but my realistic answer is yes.
Those are especially difficult aspects to see in a synastry relationship, not impossible, just very difficult.
RAY : Well. A big part of it is pure intuition.
And some have both. How to overcome it? But it just takes time and you have to be patient. We can become dogmatic. Or they get into Tropical Astrology or Sidereal Astrology and become dogmatic about it. One of the things that sounded very good to me about Kepler College was the fact that they tried to give students exposure to different systems to avoid that problem, of narrow-mindedness.
RAY : Well, that actually touches out what I just said. The second piece of advice is, do as many charts as you can. The more experience you have doing charts, the better. You really do learn by simply reading for people. Maybe at first just read for free, for friends and family, and then you work up from there and charge money, perhaps.
But pure experience is invaluable. Because those are some of the things I learned the hard way, which I think are extremely important in order to avoid problems. If you asked me 20 years ago, I would have said, yes, perhaps Saturn trine Venus, or Saturn trine Mercury—something. RAY : I know this is probably frustrating to hear, but I have to give a similar answer. I was taking care of a sick family member for two years and it was the hardest experience of my entire life.
But it was a valuable experience to go through, on a number of levels—spiritually, creatively, intellectually. But, boy, it was hard. If I could go back and erase that from my life, would I? RAY : If they are coming for a natal chart, the key question is when I ask someone at the start of a reading, What have you come here for? I like that when it happens. I also think like it when they ask me what I see as the key challenge in their chart or what their key challenges are.
So if they have an exact Saturn square Mercury in their chart, I can talk about both the good and the not-so-good of that. What was the most unusual question a client asked you in a reading? RAY : Wow!
Let me think. I may have to pass on that one. RAY : I like different astrologers for different reasons. My friend Laurence Hillman does great work with the Nodes. I almost regard Carl Jung as an astrologer, because so much of it is implicit in what he wrote. He clearly knew astrology.
Those are the ones that come to mind. But those are the names that come to mind. ADRIAN : If you would have the chance of a reading with a famous astrologer of all time, which one you would choose and what would you ask of him? That would be fascinating. RAY : I think that I would leave it open to him, I would say just tell me whatever comes to your mind, about me or about my future.
I would leave it up to him. That would be an interesting conversation! How did you write your books? It was difficult? Can you share something about what motivated you to do such an effort? RAY : Yeah, it was extremely difficult for all three books, but especially the first two. The first, The Waking Dream, was over 15 years of work, and went through maybe 60 or 70 drafts. I was not a very good writer at the time either, and received quite a bit of discouragement from some of the people that read the first few drafts.
That was discouraging, but something was drawing me to the work. It changed a lot over those years.
You know, I have Saturn trine Mercury, so writing comes slow for me. That turned out to be a blessing, since I like the end product better, but it was difficult at the time, and happened right when the Saturn-Pluto opposition around was hitting my Sun. It was an anthology, so the hard work had mainly been done already.
You put the ideas out there and then hopefully get feedback. People may or may not agree, but ideally a dialog opens up, just like this conversation right now. ADRIAN : I have a couple of questions about Signs Of The Times , the book where you try to understand complex development of our times by using the symbolic language to unlock the meaning of events. And I will give a quote from the Introduction:.
They have said that beyond surface phenomena lies a hidden network of subtle correspondences and archetypal meanings; coming trends announce themselves ahead of time through an intricate language of omens and predictable cycles. Weather patterns, the movement of animals and humans, the paths of the stars and planets, and the rise and fall of civilizations — all these are intricately coordinated within an orderly whole, with no occurrence accidental, no pattern superfluous.
Like dream symbolism, a historical event can connect with a larger matrix of meaning in time and space far beyond itself. Well, this sounds fantastic. Can you please elaborate on this provocative statement and astrology, synchronicity and mythology, the three tools of the investigation you used throughout the book, and maybe give us some examples? But, again, as I talked about earlier and as I mentioned in The Waking Dream , astrology on all of its levels presupposes that the Universe is itself a symbolic language that reflects the divine mind, you might say.
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