Dear Friend and Reader:
There is a unique place on the zodiac where pleasure, curiosity and risk-taking (experimentation) meet with service, work and healing. When you can blend the two realms, you come closer to recovering your “essential being-ness” — which is exactly what the 2015 Midyear Reading, titled The Art of Living / Astrology for Artists, aims to help you do.
Eric has published The Art of Living / Astrology for Artists, and it is already receiving rave reviews. You can order instant access to this Midyear Reading here.
Despite the titles, this 12-sign reading (plus two substantial intro audios) speaks to everyone, whether or not you consider yourself an artist of any kind. Life itself, as Eric discusses, can be a creative outlet, which cultivates happiness and sanity.
The inquisitive, creative spark all too often squashed in us as children can be regained, no matter after how long. To that end, Eric provides ideas that will help anyone, from curious new seekers who want to unlock their unique talents to advanced artists looking for a fresh perspective.
Kathi Linehan, a Planet Waves intern and a registered nurse, had this to say about the Midyear Reading:
“We are all artists. I tend to not think of myself as ‘an artist’ because I draw birds like a kindergartner — but I play bass guitar, write songs with my husband who plays guitar, make jewelry, write, love photography, etc.”
Kathi adds, “I guess I should actually use those acrylic paints and supplies I got a while ago — so thanks for the most important concept — suspending the need to do something well, and just do it for the play of doing it while exploring with curiosity what will happen. I think this project is going to touch many people in ways you can’t imagine!”
Eric takes a light touch with the astrology, but explains his basic approach in the introductory audios. You will also learn about Venus retrograde, Jupiter entering Virgo, Saturn in Sagittarius, and the series of Venus-Jupiter conjunctions.
This reading is beautifully unique among astrological offerings, celebrating the artistic nature of astrology itself. It is as far as you can get from the “astrology of destiny” or “fate,” and takes up the idea that your chart itself is a creative resource.
It is, and so are you. If you don’t believe that now, listen to your Sun, rising and Moon signs and let us know if your self-perception shifts.
Yours & truly,
P.S. You’ll want to listen to more than just your Sun sign: all 12 Midyear Reading audios work together as pieces of a vibrant puzzle. You may find yourself in Len Wallick’s position: “I was immediately hooked into putting everything aside and listening all the way through. And I’m glad I did. It was worth it.”