Healing Pluto Problems

Donna Cunningham

Publisher

Red Wheel/Weiser

Published

1986

ISBN

978-0877283980

Reviewer

Gill Fitzpatrick

To all non-believers in Astrology out there please do not be put off this book. There are no mathematical calculations and the only real knowledge you need is that we are part of a solar system which contains certain planets – in this book Pluto is the main protagonist!

The author takes no prisoners in her candid look at some of life’s most difficult and painful aspects. As a ‘Plutonian’ type she knows only too well the dark and light side of this hugely powerful archetypal energy which officially arrived in our consciousness in 1930. It takes very little Plutonium to make an atom bomb and although the scientists can’t decide whether the body known as Pluto is a planet or not, it’s in our psyches and it’s here to stay. It’s a very brave person who looks at the issues ruled by this planet but Transformation and Freedom is the reward for those who do.

Donna, who has her Masters in social work and has worked as a Counsellor with abuse victims, alcoholics, other addicts and generally troubled people, tackles the following:

  • Guilt, fear and resentment
  • Emotional secrets and their contribution to self-isolation
  • Incest, abuse and domestic violence
  • Power and control issues
  • Addiction, compulsion and obsession
  • Victimhood
  • Sex, death and transformation
  • The consequences of avoiding grief

She offers healing methods for releasing trapped emotional pain with the use of therapies such as chakra and colour therapy, various flower remedies, body work and affirmations.

It is my firm belief that the more of us who look these issues full in the face and resolve them, the better this world will be!

Gill x

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