An astrological analysis of the week to help you make the most of the moment.
Amongst Summers ripening fruit and the first whispers of back-to-school supplies, this week could be laced with moments silliness, drama, and important strategic moves. Our feelings can swell to high tide about world events that grab our heart or respond in waves that may or may not make sense with the story of our life. Even if everything is just fine, we can feel a touch of melodrama or imagine apparent emergencies that aren’t really there. Either we just need a story to go with the feeling, or melodrama may hide a real problem. But watch out for distraction, as some people could create a drama over here, so we don’t notice their Machiavellian strategic move over there. If we want to make a strategic move ourselves, let’s be careful to only make those that are ours to make, and be very careful about manipulating other people, even in what… Read More
Soak up the summer this weekend, rest, there’s no point in trying to push the river with six planets retrograde by the end of the week. Of course, we need to handle emergencies, keep the ball rolling on ongoing business, and stay aware of what political scalawags are doing, but otherwise the stars encourage us to prioritize our health and relationships, and dream big, rather than muscle our work. As the weekend begins, the Moon in comfort-loving Taurus trines serious Saturn and reminds us to refill our wells and appreciate traditional summer fare. Having heatstroke isn’t one of them. Our weather conditions can alternate between lovely and mythic as a Mars – Uranus square in air signs stirs up storms and a Jupiter – Neptune trine tends to extremes of water and drought. May it bring us extremely nice weather and let everyone recover. Uranus joins Mercury, Mars, Saturn, Neptune,… Read More
Heather Roan Robbins believes how we respond to the moon's powerful influence is key to how we lead our life.
The Moon circles the Earth and zodiac in approximately 28 days and changing signs every 2½ days. The Moon sets the tone of the day. When we know today’s Moon sign, we know what to expect of the public mood and how to easily handle people. When we know the Moon we were born under, we have a new understanding of ourselves, what drives us, and what makes us feel at home.
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Heather Roan Robbins brings you an accessible and practical system of palmistry that is easy to integrate into your daily life and deepens your understanding of yourself and the people you meet.
Distilled from decades of experience, palmist and astrologer Heather Roan Robbins has developed a uniquely grounded but soul-centered approach to palmistry. She teaches you how to explore the landscape of the hand and come to know the hills and valleys of the hand's contours, recognize the deep rivers of the major lines, and listen to the bend of the fingers. When you understand the shape and form of a person's hand, you can understand their disposition. Get a glimpse of their lines and get a clue as to how they communicate. Understanding the hand's topography will help you accept and deal with yourself, clients, family, and co-workers alike. For those who want to become a professional palmist, Everyday Palmistry lays a good foundation in an accessible and memorable format. And for those of us who just want to know more about ourselves, this approach to palmistry offers a visual portrait of the patterns of our soul and can give us clues to how to bring ourselves and our lives into a better balance. Because the landscape of the hand changes over time, it reflects shifts in our life habits and the consequences of our major decisions. The hand is your energy conduit to the world. So let's paint a beautiful future with the power of our choices now.
FROM BIRTH ONWARDS
A soothing bedtime storybook to help children get to sleep.
Little Talulla Bear needs help to get to sleep. In this dreamy bedtime tale, she's encouraged to snuggle down and imagine other sleepy animals, including the cozy cat and snoozing dog. Listening to the calming words of the story, and feeling safe beneath the tranquil night sky and twinkling stars, she soon becomes very, very sleepy.... The poetic and meditative language in this beautiful storybook, combined with Sarah Perkins' stunning and soothing illustrations, will gradually calm a restless child at bedtime.
This book was originally written for Heather Roan Robbins' granddaughter, Talulla, who had trouble falling asleep. Just as she did with Talulla, here Heather takes children on a meditative journey to find that deep place of restful peace, a place where all can be right with the world.
"When my kids were younger, I’d read the classic 'Goodnight, Moon,' to them, in hopes that realizing everyone and everything is going to sleep would help them realize that they, could/should/would go to sleep, too. Now, they’re a little too old for that book, but the perfect age for this book.
It takes a similar yet more direct approach, talking about how different living things sleep, and helping you and your child breathe and picture relaxing and sleeping things. The artwork within combines watercolors and photos in a breathtakingly beautiful (and restful) way. Its a beautiful book with a beautiful approach to helping children — and adults! — learn *how* to go to (a restful) sleep. Well done!" Amazon Reviewer
"A sweet sweet share - my grandkids love to read it, converse about the pictures and drift into dreamland with this book." Amazon Reviewer