Sample Karmic Insight Report
The Karmic Insight Report for
Johnny Depp June 9, 1963 8:44 AMOwensboro, KY
From an esoteric point of view your birth chart is a portrait of your soul’s intention for this lifetime, the lessons to be learned, qualities to develop, problems to be resolved, service to be rendered. From that perspective, the choices one makes in one’s daily life have reverberations that may last beyond even this lifetime.
This report is written to help you clarify your lessons and goals, illuminate your struggles, and encourage you to move in the direction of your true purposes.
The best to you on your journey…
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Sun 18 Gem 03 Pluto 9 Vir 38
Moon 13 Cap 49 N. Node 20 Can 38
Mercury 25 Tau 17 Asc. 12 Leo 26
Venus 26 Tau 06 MC 3 Tau 22
Mars 3 Vir 13 2nd cusp 9 Vir 14
Jupiter 13 Ari 59 3rd cusp 6 Lib 22
Saturn 23 Aqu 05 5th cusp 14 Sag 33
Uranus 1 Vir 35 6th cusp 15 Cap 17
Neptune 13 Sco 25
Tropical Koch Standard time observed
GMT: 14:44:00 Time Zone: 6 hours West
Lat. and Long. of birth: 37 N 46 87 W 07
Aspects and orbs:
Conjunction : 7 Deg 00 Min Trine : 6 Deg 00 Min
Opposition : 6 Deg 00 Min Sextile : 3 Deg 00 Min
Square : 5 Deg 00 Min Quincunx : 3 Deg 00 Min
Conjunct Asc: 7 Deg 00 Min Above, 7 Deg 00 Min Below
Chapter 1: The Moon
The placement of the Moon in your birth chart is very significant from a karmic perspective, as it indicates the accumulated karmic tendencies, both positive and negative, that you carry from your past incarnated experiences on earth.
While the Sun reveals your intended purposes and lessons for this present life cycle, the MOON represents what you have already done and developed, hence, what is instinctive and natural to you, and what you tend to do over and over again. Your childhood is also reflected in the Moon’s placement, as it is through those childhood circumstances that any unresolved past-life issues are re-stimulated. Your subconscious predisposition is indicated by the Moon’s position. It is the psychic imprint of the past. The nodes of the Moon describe behavior patterns from the past, as well as delineating a direction out of outworn or overdone behaviors and habits.
Moon in Capricorn:
You instinctively respond to challenges or stress by suppressing any emotions you have which might interfere with the job at hand, and taking control of the situation in an unsentimental, no-nonsense sort of way. You may become super responsible or throw yourself into your work – anything to keep feelings of helplessness or other “unacceptable” emotions at bay. “Don’t agonize – organize!” is your motto.
Early in life, and in previous lifetimes, you learned through circumstances not to expect others to take care of you, to rely on yourself emotionally, and to stifle or neglect your own needs for care and comfort, in order to survive. As a result you developed a certain toughness and a disinclination to trust, an underlying cynicism, which can interfere with your ability to establish emotional rapport and intimacy with people. You want proof of another’s love or good will, some tangible evidence of their loyalty and commitment and you may “test” your friends or lover over a long period of time before you surrender your defenses and allow yourself to be truly close to them. Or you may care very much but, because your emotional self-control is so deeply ingrained, may be unable to communicate and express it openly, directly, warmly, with feeling. You may substitute symbols of affection, gifts, or even money, for the real thing (being with the person, touching, listening, sharing your feelings.) You fear dependency, and may be intolerant of others’ lack of discipline, emotional self-indulgence or neediness, and “babyish” behavior in anyone, even little children. You were not allowed those sorts of feelings, either because of life circumstances or due to a rather critical, strict, authoritarian upbringing. For whatever reason you absorbed the message that “life is a struggle”, “no one is going to take care of me”, and possibly “I don’t deserve to have my needs fulfilled”. Very likely the approval and love you received were not unconditional, but contingent upon proper behavior, achievement, or being responsible and not being a burden. It may be hard for you to remember a time in your life when you were truly a child, carefree and innocent.
Due to these subconscious imprints and beliefs about yourself, you could experience a sort of chronic, low-grade depression, and a tendency toward pessimism and negativity. You may feel a compulsion to achieve in a material sense, in order to feel good about yourself. Or, you may be comfortable in the role of protector and provider, offering stability and security to others, but (once again) neglecting your own needs to do so.
You can socially endure and forbear for long periods of time in rather meager or difficult circumstances, due to past experiences of deprivation and hardship. This may work to your benefit, for instance, in the pursuit of some academic or professional goal, or in any endeavor that requires denial of immediate gratification for the sake of a long-range objective. In your emotional and personal life, too, you are willing to hang in there through the hard times. However, sometimes you will stay with something or someone because you are used to subsisting on very little nourishment (emotional or otherwise) and you cannot envision or accept the possibility of anything better for yourself. Security is extremely important to you and you are willing to sacrifice or forego much in order to maintain it. A great fear of poverty and emotional or material lack underlies this even if you have never really experienced such in your present lifetime. Memories of such lack from your incarnational past are likely to continue to influence you, unless you consciously change or “re-program” yourself (splurge a little, challenge those old patterns). Along those same lines, an overconcern with your reputation and public standing, proper form, adhering to certain societal rules and standards, having approval from the “right” people, ritualized etiquette, and so on, is deeply embedded in you. You have learned to bow down to authority, and to achieve a measure of security in return. Most likely, you expect others to do the same. You can be emotionally dry, seemingly unfeeling or detached, and, when pushed to the extreme, a very controlling disciplinarian.
You would benefit from learning to relax, not to carry the weight of the world on your shoulders, and that life is not all struggle, all duty, all work.
Moon Square Jupiter:
Prior lifetimes of great ease, luxury and what is considered “the good life” have engendered in you various tendencies which carry over into your present life cycle: a certain optimism, a taken-for-granted faith that whatever you need will be provided, and the inclination to generously and easily share whatever good fortune you possess. When acting from these instincts, you are very open and freehanded, though perhaps indiscriminately and extravagantly so. Out of this good-hearted, brotherly attitude you may support people or causes without thoroughly investigating them. Also from your incarnational past, there is the theme of having a big, warm family, many friends, and a wide range of social contacts. You were popular and influential in a social sense. An involvement in politics, law and/or religion (to the extent that the church dictated and organized people’s lives) is indicated, and this carries over into the present as a desire for the same popularity and favor you once enjoyed. The desire to “do good” and contribute to the betterment of your fellow man is a positive expression of this, and you do indeed possess an instinctive knowledge of how to appeal to the masses. However, beware of taking shortcuts, acting from greed, or trying to get something with relatively no effort. Also, trying to “buy” friends or gain a superficial popularity in order to puff up your own sense of importance are negative potentials. A tendency towards excess indulgence in rich living, good times, partying, food, drink or splurging on “only the best”, needs to be held in check. If you manifest problems with your weight, water-retention, liver or gall bladder there may be karmic results of wastefulness and over consumption, the seeds of which were sown in your incarnational past. Moderation and temperance are needed, especially with fats and alcohol.
North Node in Cancer:
In your incarnational past, your worldly ambitions, duties, or responsibilities took precedence over you. Discipline and rules were more important than emotion. Your growth direction now is to learn to trust, feel, and give and receive nourishment, care, support, and tenderness.
North Node in 12th house:
A tendency to worry unremittingly, to be plagued by vague (and sometimes not so vague) feelings of guilt about under-performing, to lack faith and trust in a larger more spiritual plan, and to over-analyze yourself and others are some of the issues this position suggests. With this position, you need to put some faith in spiritual powers or the “big picture”, to let go of some of your fears that you are not doing enough, to love yourself and others with more compassion and understanding, and to be humble, feeling safe in the knowledge that you (and others) are not perfect. You need to trust and develop your imagination, as well as your capacity for compassion. Learning to let go of some of your obsessions with rules, details, and fears of not doing things perfectly will help you to achieve a greater sense of balance and to ease both your fear of failure and your guilty feelings.
You may find that your past tendencies are activated particularly in your job, the daily tasks you perform, and they also strongly influence your health for good or ill. Exploring the deeper, hidden dimensions of yourself (through dream work, hypnosis) or purposefully engaging the parts of yourself you consider to be weak or unacceptable are also an important part of your growth direction in this lifetime.
Chapter 2: The Sun
The Sun in your birth chart represents the primary creative thrust for this lifetime, those qualities you are to develop (or further develop) and express, and your current life focus. This may be in harmony with your instincts and your emotional habits, or along completely different lines. The Sun represents your conscious identity in this lifetime.
Sun in Gemini:
You came into this life equipped with great curiosity, a lively, versatile, inquisitive mind, and an urge for constant learning and new experiences. Your most basic inner drives are to communicate, to make connections and association (between people or ideas), and to develop your gift for language and expressing yourself through the spoken or written word. Thus, being an intermediary or messenger, a translator, a teacher, a broadcaster, a correspondent, or in some field where you can mix and mingle and interact with a broad spectrum of people, suits you well.
Fascinated by life’s seemingly endless variety and the multitude of options and choices available, you may flit from one person, job, hobby, or location to the next, restlessly seeking new experiences and stimuli. Even if you do not do this in your outward behavior, inwardly your mind is in constant motion, and you require a healthy dose of variation and mental or social stimulation in your life in order to approach anything resembling contentment. Skimming lightly over the surface of life, however, can lead to a shallowness of understanding and a fluttering away of your energies.
At a deep level, you are much more identified with your mind (or spirit) than with your body and, in fact, you may feel peculiarly detached from your body, and somewhat at odds with being physical. Compared to the lightness and rapidity of thought, earthly experience can seem dull and slow to you and this contributes to your bouts of impatience and restlessness. Psychologically, also, you are more androgynous than sharply polarized as either man or woman. This means that you are able to relate equally well to men and women, having much of both in your inner make up. In some ways, however, you are apt to feel non-identified with your gender and perhaps that you are not a “real” man or woman, or a secret confusion over feeling neither wholly male or female but some curious place in between, a blend of both.
Esoterically or spiritually considered, you are here (among other reasons) to develop an awareness of dualism and of opposites. You see at least two sides of everything and are often of two minds about any given topic. You possess many opposing attributes within yourself and it is part of your soul development to bring them together within yourself. In addition to the male/female dualism, there is the idealist/cynic and the rational scientist/intuitive mystic (or “believer”), among others. You are apt to switch from one to another or, chameleon-like, to change according to your surroundings, circumstances, or companions. This mutable quality is apt to earn you a reputation for being somehow shifty, fickle, or outright duplicitous, which may or may not be accurate. What is true is that because you see validity in both ways of being, you can not take either of them completely seriously, or to put yourself whole heartedly into either. You are keenly aware of the humorous, the paradoxical, the other side of the coin – and often can not help pointing it out.
The above mentioned urge to connect and communicate which at one level may simply be expressed as incessant talking or a ferocious need for social interaction is operative on an inner level as well: you need to connect your intellect with your intuition, your conscious with your unconscious, your head with your heart.
(Being, at a deep level, more allied with your mind and ageless, ever-young spirit rather than your body has another significance as well: you may be terribly resistant to and fearful of the body’s aging process. Denying your advancing years, even lying about your age, is a typical response to this. Coming to terms with the fact of aging and dying is very important because otherwise you are apt not to take your life seriously either).
Chapter 3: Rising Sign
The point that was on the eastern horizon at the moment of your birth is called the ASCENDANT, or rising sign. While the Sun describes your conscious direction and current life focus, and the Moon your subconscious predisposition and past, the Ascendant indicates a way of being that transcends and embraces past, present, and future. It describes the way you engage and merge with the outer world and how you bring through into life the energies depicted by the Sun, the Moon, and the rest of your birth chart. Everything is filtered through the Ascendant from an esoteric point of view. It indicates your soul’s function and thus a key part of your destiny.
Everything you do is done with pride, creativity and a sense of your own uniqueness. The desires to be a shining star and to stand out as an individual color all of your interactions with the world. At best, this motivates you to excel, to achieve at the highest level possible for you and to be a bighearted, generous, magnanimous, and honorable person. Others’ successes and talents inspire you. You applaud and appreciate individuality, creativity and the spirit and joy of life wherever you see it being expressed. Warmth and benevolence flow from you and others are attracted to your heart, your radiance, your strength. You carry the qualities of the archetypal ruler. You are King or Queen of your realm.
If you express the lower side of this energy, however, the picture is much less lovely. You are terribly narcissistic, self-centered, excessively concerned with being impressive, respected and admired. You cannot share the glory and usurp the credit for others’ contributions. You want to “out-do” everybody else. You do not admit your mistakes, you are domineering and cannot let people get too close to you lest they discover you are not as great as you would like them to believe. You are either overly self-conscious or you have to put yourself forward and be seen and heard on all occasions. Your very presence dominates the scene in ways that more subtle, quiet individuals find intrusive. However, if other factors in your birth chart give you a sense of proportion, humility, and a genuine awareness of other people, these negative tendencies are much less pronounced. Your soul-function does involve leadership, or being “out there” on the stage of life in a significant way. You can be even more effective and fulfilled in this if you stay focused on giving from your heart instead of your ego.
Chapter 4: Saturn, Your Achilles Heel
Karmically considered, the placement of Saturn in your birth chart indicates where your energetic blockages, weaknesses and fears lie, and the areas of your life where the most concentrated effort and discipline will be required to master and overcome them. Yet it also points to the aspects of life which can become your greatest strength if you are willing to face your fears and difficulties honestly, and work with them patiently.
Saturn in Aquarius
Your particular struggle has two faces. First, you can feel alienated from the mainstream of society, unable to comfortably be a part of things or to participate socially, disaffected and oppressed by society’s rules or the prevailing order of things in the world. A harsh social critic, you may feel like the lone-wolf, both longing for and refusing acceptance, inclusion and approval from “the group”. Your innate distrust of groups or crowds may prevent you from joining in activities you would actually enjoy. Depending on other factors in your chart, you are apt to feel either painfully isolated, or simply aloof. You have an acute social conscience and are prone to feel personally guilty for the collective’s mistakes, or to try to instill guilt in others for the same. One negative tendency you also have is to blame all of your own problems on the ills of society, the corruption in the government, “Big Brother”, etc. You tend to focus on the gloomiest aspect of the world scene, and to fear the worst.
The other side of the coin is a tendency to stifle your uniqueness in order to fit in. Being acceptable and conforming may become overly important to you, so much so that you intensely dislike anyone who deviates from convention or is “weird” in any way. If you find that this is the case, know that you are actually fighting an aspect of your own inner self. You could also become a “joiner”, overly identified with social causes to the neglect or determent of your other personal interests or relations.
Saturn in 7th house:
The whole arena of marriage, cooperative partnership and committed one-to-one relationships is where you meet some of your most frustrating and difficult challenges and also where there is great potential for soul growth.
There may be a long delay of marriage, either by choice or simply because you never encounter “the right one”. Or, you may marry or form partnerships with people who cannot be fully available to you or meet your emotional needs. You may marry out of a sense of duty, obligation, proper form, or for security instead of joy. Often there is a karmic marriage (or a series of them) in which you seem to bring out the worst in one another. Actually, this may be the basis of your avoidance of marriage: the unconscious awareness that once you commit yourself, you will have to confront your own personal demons, weaknesses, flaws, and fears. Thus, there is a sense of heaviness in your heart and mind around marriage or commitment.
In any of your close partnerships the “other” will reflect back to you your own inadequacies. If you are willing to become more conscious and to claim your own problems instead of blaming the other person, you will heal and become more whole through your marriage or other committed relationships. If you are not willing to go any deeper than “this person is not making me happy”, loneliness and dissatisfaction are apt to be ongoing. This is not to say that you should martyr yourself upon the altar of marriage or stay in an abusive or painful situation, simply that “for better or for worse” will entail, for you, a good bit of both.
Saturn is Retrograde:
All of the above is complicated by the fact that you carry a rather heavy burden of self-doubt, mistrust, or guilt over having let yourself and others down in your past, when you struggled (and failed) with these same issues. You now have the opportunity to correct your course, make amends and resolve a difficult karmic tangle, or a difficult state of mind.
Saturn Square Mercury:
Your mind is serious, deep, and critical. Basically pragmatic and conservative in your thinking, you require concrete, empiric evidence to justify a belief.
You can be very one-sided in your thinking, full of doubt, disbelief and skepticism which effectively filters out any information that might enlarge your view of reality. Mental habits that can severely limit you are pessimism, harsh or exacting perfectionism, and a kind of superior judgmental attitude toward those who are less intellectually discriminating than yourself. On the other hand, you may worry that others are more intelligent than you are. On a social level, you may find it difficult to make amiable, superficial chit-chat, and may unintentionally keep potential friends, allies, and opportunities at bay. At its worst, severe shyness or a kind of social phobia may develop. Problems with speech or hearing, and an inner reluctance to communicate or listen are also possible. Consciously using humor, comedy or “laugh therapy” on a regular basis would be very beneficial to you, lightening your mental burdens considerably. Listening to light, playful flute music, bells or chimes can also be helpful. The development of a basically positive, optimistic philosophy of life would enable you to lessen the effects of a mental patterning that is frequently intolerant, overly cautious, or fearful.
The wearing of sapphire can help activate the more positive qualities here: mental concentration, depth, focus and clarity.
Saturn Square Venus:
In this lifetime the arena of human relationships and personal love will be full of challenge and lessons for you. Love is hard to find, hard to sustain, or just plain hard! Shyness and loneliness, due mostly to an acute sensitivity to the possibility of rejection, are apt to plague your younger years. Even when friendship and open affection is offered to you, you are prone to doubt it, push it away in disbelief, or feel unworthy of it. Pure, unadulterated pleasure in any form discomforts you. Subconsciously at least, you believe that there is a price to be paid for any love or pleasure you receive, that you may be punished if you enjoy too much or love too much. There is an inner link between love and loss, love and separation, or love and punishment that inhibits you or makes you wary. Worst of all, you may feel that you are unlovable or unwanted. All of this is a karmic carry-over which needs to be handled with great compassion toward yourself. You may have toughened up and hardened your heart a great deal due to past injury, so that you have acted in cold, unfeeling, ungenerous, or unloving ways towards others and yourself. Perhaps, too, you have put work or other responsibilities ahead of the needs and desires of your heart. An opening and healing of the heart, first of all by cherishing yourself, is necessary. Once you start valuing yourself, your personal relationships will reflect that, and happiness in love in your later years can do much to make up for the earlier difficulties.
You might wish to wear or carry rose quartz, tourmaline, lavender, jade, or chrysoprase.
Chapter 5: The Hard Aspects
The following is a description of your MAJOR LIFE CHALLENGES, both in terms of energies you are to learn to develop and express in a positive way, and those which are the result of struggles and unresolved karmic issues which you have brought into this life.
Mars Conjunct Uranus:
You are like a very high-spirited, temperamental horse, full of great energy and drive, but also impulsive, erratic, fitful, and prone to sudden starts and stops. Also there is within you a fierce independence, a strong craving for freedom, and at times a fiery rebelliousness. If you have free rein, you can be relatively happy, though not ever completely “settled” or contentedly serene for long. Under conditions that are too structured and constricted, however, you are more apt to blow up.
When out of balance you are prone to express yourself in ways that can have negative karmic consequences, such as: irritable impatience and a volatile, unpredictable temper (which can affect your health as well as damage the trust and quality of your relationships); intense restlessness (resulting in an inability to persist with a project long enough to see it through to completion); a complete unwillingness to cooperate or compromise (which also can undermine relationships, particularly with authority); physical recklessness (which an lead to accidents); and/or the inclination to ignite controversy and unrest in your environment. Because of your high (if somewhat unstable) energy level you are apt to forge ahead, oblivious to the fact that you are running right over the people around you. You may believe you are your own law or are above the law. Too much attachment to action and to being right are also potentials within you.
Learning to slow down, developing patience and the capacity to wait and cultivating a more steady, peaceful spirit will enable you to express the higher creativity, originality, and inspired passion of which you are capable.
Mars Conjunct Pluto:
In this lifetime you must confront the nature of power, and you have the opportunity to transform your relationship to power, clear away deep-seated anger and resentment, and release karmic patterns of perpetrator/victim.
If, in your past, you have been the victim of aggression, ruthless force, or misdirected male energy – you may subconsciously fear or even hate men, have great mistrust of people in power or experience problems in sexual relationships (the arena where power/fear dynamics are often most apparent). In addition, you are prone to self-repression, either of anger or of your own strength. If you have very little energy, consider yourself a weak person, or become extremely uncomfortable when others express any anger, you may be holding down a great deal of hostility. Or, you may be angry all of the time “for no reason”. The question of appropriate expression of these intense energies is a delicate one. While repressing them can wreak havoc on your health and sense of well-being, you do not want to unload the deep rage of centuries on innocent people. You may hold your anger or aggression back not only because you fear repercussions (you may have been bludgeoned to a pulp in the past), but also because you sense that whatever is triggering your emotions in the present is not the real problem. In a word, you overreact. (Wanting to kill someone because they forgot to walk the dog is an overreaction).
On the other hand, you may carry an immense burden of guilt because you have been the one who misused your power, strength and/or sexual energies in the past.
Another way you may be expressing this energy is to be intensely and compulsively competitive, acting as if each and every event is a mighty struggle for supremacy, a contest with life or death consequences that you MUST WIN at all costs. You may become compulsively active and productive and driven to “succeed” at all costs. This type of thinking and being creates great stress on your physical, emotional, and spiritual bodies. Very likely it will also have a negative impact on all of your relationships. You will make a lot of enemies and actually force people to turn against you and bring you to your knees. Ruthlessness attracts ruthlessness.
Coming into balance with all of this is a major challenge. Finding a safe place to explore your war-like, destructive, and sadistic self can help. Another key is becoming sufficiently detached so that you can feel and acknowledge all of these energies, and choose when and how to express them without being “taken over” by them. If you are willing to become conscious, you can actually become a great force for good, and can heal and release some very deep wounds you have carried for a long time.
Jupiter Quincunx Neptune:
You are a visionary, a philanthropist, an idealist whose imagination knows no bounds. You believe in miracles, in the reality of the intangible realms, and you KNOW that nothing is impossible. Because your higher centers of intuition, spiritual vision, and openness to the divine are very active, you accept and experience things many people would think quite impossible.
When out of balance with this energy (if, for instance, you are operating out of greed or neediness), your imagination and expectations can be grandiose, impractical, naive, and overblown. You may have difficulty accepting and working within the limits of mundane reality, and with setting boundaries in many areas of your life. Escapist fantasies, gambling on highly speculative ventures that promise great gain with little effort expended, or wandering far and wide without grounding yourself anywhere are also tendencies when you are less emotionally and spiritually mature. You will evolve as you choose to discipline yourself and FOCUS your intent on real, concrete, practical ways. You can bring your vision to earth.
Neptune is Retrograde:
The above is complicated by the fact that you had a prior lifetime or lifetimes in which you dissipated your energy, fell away from your disciplines, or were too passive or irresolute to go after the spiritual opportunities open to you at that time. This carries over as a vague yet persistent inner nagging that you should be further on than you are, or a fear of spiritual failure. You may also have been involved in mystical or magical practices that created distortions in your life. It is important for you to take a balanced, patient, well-grounded attitude toward life – nothing too otherworldly, ethereal, or glamorous. Indulging in any mood-altering substances is particularly deleterious for you.
Chapter 6: Soft Aspects
The following is a description of your GIFTS and STRENGTHS which can help you work with your major life challenges. These are abilities and qualities of heart, mind, and soul which are quite natural to you. You probably take them for granted. Because these represent the lines of least resistance for you, you may rely too much upon them at times; hence, there are some cautions suggested. Still, these are the areas where good flows into your life and/or where you have considerable inner resources.
Sun Trine Saturn:
Your ability to concentrate on a task or goal for long periods of time are strengths you may take for granted. Coupled with this is an innate shrewdness, worldly wisdom, and ambition which enables you to achieve long range goals. Though you may (or may not) be idealistic and dreamy at times, you have a firm grasp of reality and of what it takes to operate successfully in practical and material terms. You want to be a “heavy weight”, a person of substance, someone to be taken seriously and so you are willing to do the work, delay gratification, and build something solid and enduring in your life. This capacity for self-discipline and for creating and maintaining stability in your life are gifts you can fall back on when faced with challenges in your life. Men, and particularly older men, will take an interest in your progress and prove to be a significant aid in achieving your life’s aims.
Moon Trine Pluto:
You have developed, in prior lives, the use of your focused will and intense concentration upon a desired objective, qualities which are now more or less habits with you. In addition, you are capable of great depths of feeling, and of pouring out your heart and soul with unusual intensity. Your capacity to feel deeply and passionately is one of your strengths, and you are able to move others to emotional depths they might not have experienced otherwise. Because of this, you can exert a tremendous influence upon other people and may consciously or unconsciously manipulate them. Thus, your gift is a double-edged sword. If you use the intensity of your feelings and desires to bend others’ wills against their best interests, this can be your downfall. Your emotional fanaticism and passion, however, can also inspire and bring out other peoples’ intense feelings of devotion and desire.
You can be an excellent depth psychologist because you understand people at a profound level, their motives, their longings, and hidden reservoirs of emotion. Unblocking and uncovering suppressed feelings to promote a therapeutic catharsis would be one of your tools.
Moon Sextile Neptune:
You are very much attuned to the feminine side of life, and this is one of your greatest assets. Your refined sense of feeling, your sympathetic understanding of others’ unspoken emotions and troubles, your receptiveness and your gentleness are all aspects of this. Because you truly appreciate (and even idealize) women, you tend to attract “angels” into your life, women who want to help you and who will support you on many levels.
You also have a pronounced feeling for music, and your moods and general well-being can be profoundly influenced by the music you listen to. You could compose and/or play music, but this is a talent you may take for granted.
Your psychic abilities are also highly developed, and could be tapped and further refined to the point of clairvoyance, telepathic communication, and so on. Periodically, throughout your life you are apt to have a deep involvement in mysticism, dreams, and inner exploration.
Mercury Conjunct Venus:
There is a harmonious coordination between your mind and heart, between your intellect and your emotions. Intellectually, you are drawn to the study of the arts and the art of understanding and relating to people. Public relations or bringing people together, in some way, is an area for which you are naturally suited.
You also have a wonderful sense of form and design, of artistic arrangement, of how things fit together pleasingly and gracefully. Whatever you do is done with style and aesthetic appeal. However, you can spend too much time and energy on the superficial aspects of fashion and personal adornment, cosmetic appearances, light socializing and entertaining but frivolous pursuits.
Your speaking, writing, or singing voice is one of your gifts, and you might choose to wear or carry certain gemstones to heighten this ability, such as golden beryl, lapis lazuli, clear quartz crystal or emerald.
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