Rav Berg's book fulfilled my curiosities about who we are and why we do the things we do! Very insightful! It helped me understand that conventional astrology is only the surface of the deep rooted widom, Kabbalistic Astrology!
I found this book interesting, but not very deep. I thought it could have done a whole lot more on personality tendencies. I thought the most useful aspect of this book was that it teaches not everything is "set in stone" but a tendency to be aware of should its influences give rise. Other useful information was his sporadic explanations between the basic tenents of receiving for the sake of sharing and receiving for self alone. I found his lack of references or a bibliography disturbing given that astrological concepts have been around for quite a long time. How ironic that Kabbalah takes Solomon's teaching of " there is nothing new under the Sun " quite literally. Regardless, I don't think this book is a waste of time, but I don't find it as something I'm going to be coming back to frequently, as the word astrology inherently implies. I think a good perusal in Jungian theory or Meyers-Briggs will benefit a reader much more.