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Go beyond the fear and negativity of retrograde periods and achieve success. Retrogrades can present unexpected opportunities when you approach them with creativity and patience. How to Survive Mercury Retrograde shows you how to be better prepared for retrograde cycles and handle those areas of life that are most commonly affected. Discover the answers to questions about getting married, accepting a new job, or buying a car during a retrograde period. Explore retrograde survival tips that will help you maintain focus and correct mistakes. Look up your sign and corresponding element to see how you can cope. Whether you are a student of astrology or just someone wanting to know how to survive a retrograde cycle with less stress, this book will help you navigate these challenging astrological periods.

Praise:

"Mr. Ashman shares what to look out for and many tips for navigating these phases in ways that can actually help us, and his extensive knowledge and expertise with astrology are clearly on display. I heartily recommend this book!"—Diane Brandon, author of Dream Interpretation for BeginnersIntuition for Beginners, and Invisible Blueprints

“A welcome and much-needed antidote to the retrograde anxiety.”—Kevin B. Burk, Headmaster of The Real Astrology Academy and author of Principles of Practical Natal Astrology

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