trong parental influence. Ego versus intuition. Creativity versus wanting to hide. Are you ruled by your emotions. Do you have a strong identity. Do your emotions fit your identity. Do your emotions support your identity or block it. Does what makes you happy also make you feel like a unique individual with a unique personal identity. Who played a stronger role in your life, your mother or your father? Do you identity with the masculine or with the feminine.
Your parents had a lot in common and presented a similar general viewpoint. Your moods and ego work well together. Parents who get along well together. Receiving the same input from both parents. Your feelings and ability to fulfill your purpose are in sync. You are rather straight-forward because your emotions and purpose work so well together. Taking things for granted because they come so easily. Spoiled. Getting what you want. Feeling that you should be appreciated just for being you. Having been the twinkle in your parents’ eye. Expecting to get what you want. Expecting to be fulfilled. Expecting things to go smoothly. Inability to cope with disharmony or strife in relationships.
Intuitive self. Instinctual self. Self-reflective. Receptive self. Intuition and conscious choice working together. Emotional identity. Feeling secure in your own skin. Self-satisfied. Smug. Arrogant. Self-assured. Happy just being you. At ease. Feeling secure with your level of confidence. Your emotions fuel your sense of purpose. Lack of awareness that other people might not have the same inner unity. Not realizing that other people don’t have it so easy. Changing goals and drives. Your identity changes with your moods. Your purpose changes with your moods. Inability to get clear about who you are and what your purpose is because of moment by moment fluctuations in mood and energy. Wavering vitality. Confidence fluctuates. Identity changes according to mood.
Nurturing yourself by fulfilling your inner sense of purpose. Conscious and subconscious united. Instinctively being yourself. Instinctively fulfilling your purpose. Instinctively expressing yourself from your core. Feelings and vitality merged. Radiant emotional expression. Becoming a parental figure or taking on a parental role even if you do not have children.
Ego-driven emotions. Willfully acting from a place of need. Unapologetic neediness. Insolence. You want what you want because you want it. Feeling that you shouldn’t have to explain yourself to anyone. Thinking that you are above reproach. Having intensely focused self-expression. The inner and outer life in harmony. Warm emotional expression. Sensitive self-expression.
Mood and ego working against each other, or causing inner tension. Feeling like you can’t be yourself and be happy at the same time. Issues reconciling your emotions with who are you are inside. Pride versus caring. Parents, who are divorced, have completely opposite viewpoints or who can’ get along. Receiving conflicting information from each parent. Getting different answers from each parent. Parents who have nothing in common. Bold creativity versus wanting to feel safe and secure. Putting yourself out there versus retreating. Consciousness versus unconsciousness. Day and night, night and day. Above and below. Inside and outside. Which is stronger- the outer life or the inner life.
Your emotions block your ability to be completely yourself. Your subconscious sabotages your conscious efforts. You undermine yourself. You let fleeting moods and impressions get in the way of progress. You let pride and ego prevent you from fully expressing your emotions. You let ego get in the way of emotional flow. Poor daily habits block your ability to be centered and have a positive direction in life. You perceive that people impose their emotional lives upon you without taking into consideration that it throws you off course. You perceive that people impose their ego-driven desires upon you without taking your feelings into account.
Feeling that everything you want in life is a struggle. Never feeling satisfied. Experiencing your emotions from a distance. Being removed or detached from your emotions as if you were watching someone else experience them. Incompatibility between what you feel and what you want. Incredibly inner compulsion to reach fulfillment.
- Life purpose
- Personal authority
- Creative potential
- Conscious self