Learn how to thrive in the Age of Aquarius! Surfing Aquarius is for people who want to make the best of the years just ahead by making brave, optimistic choices in a spirit of community. Every 2100 years, life on Earth comes under the influence of a different astrological sign: each 'Great Age' bringing its own ruling symbols and patterns of meaning, technical innovations, political and social currents, organizational structures, and key ideas. Surfing Aquarius shows how 2012 is the beginning of a spiritual transformation when awakened human beings will create new societies based on Aquarian principles of inventive teamwork and empowered service.
The book features the 11 Principles of the Aquarian Age: Revolution, Evolution, Unity, Friendship, Transparency, Magic, Comedy, Abundance, Electricity, Brilliance, and Freedom. Furst describes what life can be like in an Aquarian age: an economy based on abundance rather than scarcity, and a spirituality that celebrates union, friendship, and love. The book is, above all, a practical guide for those who see that the better we understand the opportunities and challenges of our time, and the better we know which way the wave of change is breaking, the more chance we'll have of getting ourselves and our families safely ashore.
About the Author Dan Furst has been an actor, astrologer, singer, theatre producer, and ceremonial artist in New York, Japan, India, Indonesia, Hawaii and Egypt. His Universal Festival Calendar, published on his Hermes3 website since July 1998, has been widely cited and reprinted, and has made him one of the world?s most respected authorities on sacred and mythic time and the Age of Aquarius. He has been a professional astrologer for 33 years and has read astrology and astrocartography for thousands of clients all over the world. He lives in Pisac in the Sacred Valley near Cusco, in Peru.
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