Wanting an ideal home life or ideal living situation. Your home is a place you go to retreat. The music played in your home affects you deeply. Spacing-out at home. Home life is confusing. You are deeply influenced by your home environment – whether your realize it or not. You are permeable and pick up the impressions of your home environment. You need a peaceful, tranquil, serene home environment. Harsh, unsympathetic living situations aren’t for you. Becoming one with your home. Feeling that you had to “tiptoe” around your house growing up. Your family life seems fragile or like it could dissolve at any moment. Childhood was a daze. Children of divorce.
Your living situation directly affects your career. You need a place where you can rest in order to do your best work out in the world. When you are home, it’s like you are in a trance. You lose your ego and preoccupation with your identity when you are home. Finding it difficult to articulate who you are to the outside world. Having trouble making yourself known. Home is a place to slip into the flow. You do your best creative work at home. Wanting to work from home to avoid the realities of the career world. A deeply imaginative person – positively and negatively. Imagining the worst or imagining the best. Scared of the dark. Images can stay with you for a long time. Needing a safe place to let your imagination loose. Wanting to feel safe and protected when you are feeling fragile or vulnerable. Not wanting to commit yourself to other people’s expectations and demands.
Drowning at home. Drowning in your family life. The home environment is a delicate subject. Sensitive homebodies. Inner sensitivity. Retiring spiritual types. Passive acceptance of home conditions. Gentle at the core. Spiritual at the core. Having spiritual longings. Growing up in a spiritual environment. Having had an ideal childhood. A kind and compassionate person at the core. Feeling like a victim of your home life. Behaving in a gentle, passive, go with the flow manner to keep the peace. Putting yourself at the bottom of your priority list. Yearning to go back home. Yearning to go back where you came from. Yearning for the good old days. Memories of early life that continue to affect you. Memories of early life that continue to influence your outer direction in the world. Nostalgia.
Feeling that family life is confusing. Having an unclear lineage. A confusing, obscured or unknown family history. Articulating your family life is nearly impossible. Not knowing who your father is. The missing father. A missing parent. Idealizing your father. Seeing your dad through rose-colored glasses. Not knowing your father (even if he is around). Your dad is a musician. Your dad is artistic. You feel sorry for your father. You see your dad as a victim of his family connections. Your dad is sensitive and retiring. Your dad was physically absent, drunk or missing. Too much merging with your parents. Too much willingness to sacrifice yourself on behalf of one of your parents. Parents’ roles are unclear. Unclear boundaries in the home environment. No clear rules in the home environment. No clear indications of what was expected of you. Merging into the womb. Feeling at one with the world.
A non-materialistic person at the core. Having had a family that was not overly concerned with outer achievement and attainment. The lack of material emphasis can make it more difficult to achieve a high status career. The wish to stay in the serenity of the home environment can outweigh the desire for public recognition. There might be too much inner sensitivity to deal with the outer pressures and demands that go along with a more lucrative career path. Feeling that outer achievement in the world requires too many personal sacrifices. Feeling that you’d have to give up your personal life in order to fulfill some outer idea of what you should be doing with your life. The longing for personal space, privacy and tranquility is greater than the need for worldly success. Impressionable, sensitive and refined. Delicate, retiring and sympathetic.
Known for his ethereal singing voice, Jeff Buckley was considered by critics to be one of the most promising artists of his generation after the release of his critically acclaimed 1994 debut album Grace. However, at the height of his popularity, Buckley drowned during an evening swim in 1997. Quote Source