Like the zodiac's other cardinal signs—Aries, Cancer, and Capricorn—Libra inspires us to take action. Now you can find out the best ways to take action in your life during this powerful time of the equinox—and throughout the entire month the Sun occupies Libra—with a new video, "More Astrology for Time Management."
High Definition Video Offers Colorful Images, Helpful Tips
The "More Astrology for Time Management Video" features award-winning astrologer Anne Nordhaus-Bike, as interviewed by radio host Jo-Anne Vandermeulen. Their conversation supplies the audio track for a new, high definition video filled with colorful images, photos, and numerous helpful tips for using astrology to stop fighting time and start to flow with it.
During the video, Nordhaus-Bike covers the fall equinox in detail and gives numerous suggestions on how to use this astrological "power time" well.
See the video now at the ANB Communications YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/
To see the section specifically related to the equinox--and the best things to do at this time of year--go to: http://www.youtube.com/
About Anne Nordhaus-Bike
Anne Nordhaus-Bike is president of ANB Communications, a Chicago, IL-based art and communications company offering writing, astrology, art, mystical music videos, and short films “to help you live in harmony,” Nordhaus-Bike said.
The author of the award-winning Living in Harmony astrology column for the Gazette newspaper in Chicago (www.gazettechicago.com)
Nordhaus-Bike also is the editor-in-chief of the award-winning online astrology and art newsletter, Living In Harmony.
Nordhaus-Bike is a frequent public speaker and radio guest, covering topics such as using spirituality to live in harmony and employing astrology for time management and better home decor.
Through her spiritual fusion consultations, she provides uplifting information and guidance to help clients harmonize and balance life on the physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual levels.
An accomplished musician and theatrical performer, in the past few years Nordhaus-Bike has focused her work in the performing arts on spiritual and mystical subjects and themes inspired by nature. Most recently, she has begun arranging and composing music and combining it with spoken word, photography, and visual art.
Her work has been recognized with seven Apex awards from Communications Concepts Inc., a Washington, DC-area communication and journalism think tank, and one award from the Illinois Woman’s Press Association. In 1997, she was added to the “Wall of Fame” of the National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, NY.
Nordhaus-Bike is an alumna of the University of Chicago and lives in the Clearing/Garfield Ridge community of Chicago.
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