The Saturn Return profoundly changes everyone's life around the ages of 29 and 59. What happens to us then? And how do we understand the "fated" astrological predictions that challenge us in these times?
Author Elizabeth Spring, M.A. is a professional astrologer who has written a fictionalized memoir about the poignant journey of Isabelle, a 'reluctant astrologer,' as she makes her way through her second Saturn Return at age 59, while also mentoring a young woman through her first Saturn Return at 29.
In this dramatic story, Isabelle is forced to leave Boston to reunite with her ex-husband at the bedside of her nearly drowned daughter on a remote Celtic island off the coast of Scotland. Her journey continues from old bookshops to sacred monasteries, from Carl Jung's stone retreat in Switzerland, to the back streets of Beacon Hill, Boston. Isabelle is dealing with issues of fate, destiny and prediction as she re-discovers herself through a quest to save her life, her marriage, and her daughter, Kendra.
Although written as fiction, the listener learns some astrology as the book proceeds...as Isabelle dares to re-imagine how to change her broken life into an enchanted life.
Elizabeth's work has been endorsed by many writers and astrologers, including: Alice Howell, Steven Forrest and Donna Cunningham, and Jungian analyst, James Hollis.