Liz Greene is, in my opinion, one of the best of the authors writing about psychological astrology. This book consists of two seminars originally given in May 1996 as part of a course run by the Centre for Psychological Astrology in London. The first seminar is about complexes and the way we project qualities we do not recognise onto other people. These are all linked to myth as a way of understanding what is going on in the psyche.
The second seminar is about transits and progressions and the way they manifest in people's lives. This part of the book is particularly interesting reading it nearly twenty years later as it examines transits and progressions in the birth charts of British political leaders at the time - a year before the 1997 General Election. The analysis by Liz Greene herself and by the seminar audience is uncannily accurate in the light of later events which were obviously unknown to the participants at the time.
I found this book fascinating reading and it can be read and understood by anyone with a basic knowledge of astrology and it may help the reader to understand what is going on in their own lives.