Elusive. Mysterious. Fascinating. Someone you can never quite put your finger on. You are not entirely knowable to yourself, or to others. You resist personal definitions and labels. People cannot easily define or label you. Having only a vague sense of who you really are. Your core self is ever-expanding. You seem haunted. Refusing to face truths about yourself. Refusing to face truths about your life. Avoiding responsibility. Playing the victim. Playing the martyr. A spiritual person. A mystic. Slipping through the cracks. The ability, or misfortune, not to be seen. Extreme sensitivity to environmental influences, positively, or negatively: sound, color, emotions, etc… Hypersensitivity to the environment. Extreme sensitivity to dream states. Dreamers. Inability to cope with reality. Unable to bear the harshness of real life. Wanting everything to be beautiful. Wanting to live the ideal. Wanting to live in a dream world. Recluses, hermits and withdrawn people. Learning to remain centered during sensory overload. Finding ways to cope with overwhelm. Seeking healthy forms of retreat to cope with real life. Letting obligations and responsibilities slip through your fingers. Realizing your potential through music, spirituality or compassionate service. A weak ego. Trouble knowing where “you” end. Boundless identity. A sensitive person. Compassionate. Self-pitying. Sensitive attunement. Inspiring. Being at one with everything. Becoming centered through leading a spiritual life.
Attaching your ego to spiritual pursuits. Spiritual egotism. Needing to be seen as a spiritual person. Spiritual identity. Self-glorification through spiritual pursuits. Artistic identity. Self-glorification through artistic pursuits. Self-glorification through drugs and alcohol. Viewing your refinement and sensitivity as signs that you are “better” than other people. Glamorizing drug use. Living the life of a dropout. Using drugs and alcohol to get in touch with your core self. Using dream exploration to get in touch with your core self. Experiencing yourself as part of everything. Deploring baseness or crassness. Being drawn to explore the spiritual side of life. Spiritual questers. Becoming the hero in your own spiritual journey. Going so far in your quest for the ideal that you lose touch with reality. Ungrounded.
Living in a world of imagination. Using the power of imagination to re-imagine your life and life purpose. Living in a fantasy world. Living in a dream. Living your dream. Self-deceiving. Good at being pathetic and drawing sympathy from others. Open to guidance from other realms. An absent father. A father with drug or alcohol issues. A father who avoids responsibility. A father who is a musician or actor. A father involved with spirituality or mysticism. Idealists. Wanting to believe that every cloud has a silver lining. Wanting to believe the best of everyone. A sucker. Gullible. Taking on too much of other people’s energy. Letting your identity bleed out. Letting your core self bleed out. Energy vampires, or people who attract energy vampires. People who pick up on subtle energy patterns. Learning how to prevent your energy from leaking out while remaining open to subtle influences.