MSNBC: The end of the astrology revolution?
article The end is nigh for the last of the “sophisticated” astrology of the 19th century.
There’s been a shift in the way we view the world and the meaning of life, said Dr. Robert T. Johnson, professor emeritus of psychiatry at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.
“We have a lot more sophistication about the meaning and function of life and our relationships with other people and our understanding of what makes us human,” he said.
“The shift is now going to be in terms of more scientific research.
We will have to look more deeply at astrology in the context of all the other knowledge we have.”
A shift that will affect every aspect of our lives, from how we treat our loved ones, to how we conduct business and even the way our bodies function.
And in the end, this shift will affect our sense of self.
“I think it’s really important for us to understand that the end is in sight, the end for all of us, and I think that it’s going to have a big impact on us in the future,” said Johnson.
The New York Times recently published a front-page article that warned that the trend toward astrology is “on the verge of a tipping point.”
The Times, which had been critical of the way astrology was practiced, now says it’s been changed.
The Times said it was concerned that a growing number of students were turning to astrology as a way to make sense of the world.
In the article, the paper quoted astrologer Richard Friedman as saying that astrology has been “an indispensable tool in the quest to understand and to predict events in human history.”
The article said the shift from the “supernatural” to the “scientific” nature of astrologers is “a big one.”
Astrologers, according to Friedman, “are no longer able to claim infallibility.”
The shift has a lot to do with how we view ourselves.
It’s no longer that we’re being guided by a “higher power,” according to astrologist Carl Jung.
Instead, we’re becoming more aware of our own nature.
We’re seeing our own behavior, which has become more and more complex.
“It’s no secret that people have changed, or they’ve changed their habits and their ways of thinking, their way of seeing the world,” said Friedman.
“And I think the way they’re thinking about it, the way their way they see the world is different now than it was 20 years ago.”
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