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Astrology and Different Philosophies Learning astrology is similar to learning a new language. There are bizarre-looking and sounding symbols and words, sesquiquadrate, Capricorn, trine, 10th house, etc. Studying astrology means studying the letters of this new alphabet. You must learn to put them together as words, phrases and sentences. And when you can look at a birth chart and see a lot of sentences combined together, then we are starting to understand that birth chart in its essence. However, behind beyond this structural appreciation is a deeper plane that makes up the nucleus of astrology: your philosophy. Yes, your own views or personal philosophies will influence your perception of astrology, and the manner in which you use it. Fatalistic Astrology
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Fatalism is one astrology approach that is very medieval and fate-centric. Everything is understood as predestined, and the core belief is that we are not free to choose and take charge of our own lives. Astrologers who use this approach are those who foretell particular events and advise people on how to live their lives.
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Humanistic Astrology By comparison, humanism is a more contemporary and choice-centric astrology approach. The belief is that there is a creative force in every one of us that seeks expression. This world view thus recognizes us as co-creators of our own destiny. It is not a fight between free will and destiny, but rather a tandem of the two. The birth chart is understood as a tool that helps us learn more about ourselves, determine our strong and weak points, and ultimately transform ourselves into self-harmonious individuals. According to humanistic astrologers, the birth chart’s purpose is to help us understand ourselves better, allowing us to see and express our highest potential. We have to work with the problem areas the chart identifies until we are able to transcend them. This means that we should not take our problems as destiny, but we should use our awareness of them to defeat them and most importantly, to learn from them. Many humanistic astrologers also believe in karma and reincarnation. According to the philosophy of reincarnation, we all have a spiritual essence or soul that continues on after our death, and incarnates in various physical bodies in various lives. The purpose is to give us the chance to learn different lessons through different experiences, and to gradually attain wholeness or perfection. Karma tells us that we are responsible for what we do. Anything we do returns to us. These things describe the ancient doctrine of karma. It is not necessary for us to believe in karma or reincarnation however. This exact same concept can be explained through biological or genetic predisposition.