Astrology In Real Life…
I have a friend who is associated with a man who finds women everywhere he goes. He finds mother substitutes, specifically and it’s just uncanny. He finds these women (or they find him) and they pretty much form a line waiting to meet this man’s needs.
There is nothing you can do about something like this outside of observe it and people do. The women don’t compete. Instead they remark to each other, “Look at how many mothers he has…” The man is in his 40′s and in whatever case I told her this story… Continue reading Astrology And Deprivation – It Has It’s Upside: Making a Case For Saturn / Capricorn
I have Mars (sex drive) conjunct Mercury in the 9th house (expansive); my Mars runs free. I have a nearly constant awareness of sex and an accompanying urge to have some. My sex drive is much like a man’s (as I understand it) because I sort of scan around all the time, having the sex appeal of others register inside me.
Astrology in Real Life…
The Sun and Mercury are in Leo. I have Venus in Leo in aspect to Neptune natally. This is my husband and I on the phone, circa 2007:
“Morning, P. How are you this morning?”
“Oh, well I just got up and I am feeling so good and happy I think I’m illegal,” I said. “This is not fair to others,” added my Libra.
“How’s that? What’s not fair?”
“Well I got up and I saw myself in the mirror and I thought, Jesus Christ. Does your hair look good or what!” I laughed. “I’m going to the gym today and I don’t have to do anything but walk out the door. And I feel really good about this, you can imagine.”
I don’t enjoy breaking hearts, but I’m ruthlessly efficient at it. I’m a self-proclaimed commitment phobic and I’m not entirely sure that I’m fed up of being one just yet. But if I were fed up with being one, is it possible for me not to be one any more?
I’m in the process of breaking up (again!) with a wonderful man, who would give the world to me – if I let him. He’s aware of my phobia and has spent hours upon hours doing research and trying to figure a way to help me get over this. I don’t believe I can change even if I wanted to. Am I wrong?
I don’t believe you don’t enjoy breaking hearts. I think you love breaking hearts and get some kind of ego boost off it. Can you stop? Of course! But I don’t imagine you will anytime soon.
I see the T-Square in your chart. And I believe you seduce these men for the sole purpose of cutting their throats in some misguided show of your prowess… and eventually this will backfire. It’s as if you are a massive alcoholic who has just started drinking. He/she thinks she can go on like this forever, but this is an illusion. Eventually you will wake up and find yourself bereft. If you’re lucky that will be soon but I’m not holding my breath.
Continue reading Commitment Phobic Heart Breaker – Can She Change?
Ask the collective…
Astrology in Real Life…
This is from 2007. If you’re confused about Neptune in astrology, this might help.
I was talking to my husband before we married…
“People suspect your motives,” I said. “They think you are up to something… up to no good. It’s the same thing that happened when we were kids. (The Professor Of Art History in The Soldier and P) Happened in 2003 too, remember.”
“Yeah, that guy told me you were oppressing me to liberate yourself,” I said. (This is the ultimate insult to a Special Forces soldier who is sworn to liberate the oppressed). Continue reading Undermining By Questioning A Person’s Motives – Nasty, Nasty Neptune
Conversations with Ben…
I wrote this in 2006. My views have changed since, but I still think this is an interesting topic. The picture is from when, Ben and I met, right when Saturn entered Scorpio, 28 years ago.
“Someone in Wichita told me I had an old soul” he said. “And I suppose I do. I imagine I’ve wandering around these halls for awhile.”
Astrology-Based Advice: Devastating Young Life – Sexual Abuse, Parents Dead: Sun Conjunct Saturn In Scorpio
I have had problems in my life since as long as I can remember. My parents died when I was young, I was sexually abused as a child, I never lived in a place for more than 2 years, and I ran away at 16. However I remained a fairly happy child through all this.
Now as an adult, I’m constantly fighting fits of depression or incredible anger. One moment I’m fine, the next I’m blowing up at my husband because he pronounced a word wrong (or something else small like that). I feel like I’m never truly happy and I don’t know how it that is, now that I have everything I’ve wanted for so long (a family and security).
I also have a tendency to pretty much live in the past. I just can’t let it go. Is there something wrong with me or is it part of my destiny to suffer?
No, I don’t think it is your destiny to suffer, I think it’s your destiny to heal and beyond that to help others heal. Who better for that than you? With your vast experience of suffering you are uniquely positioned, don’t you think? I do. But let me address some of these other things.
Your experience is common for survivors of abuse. You finally get yourself to a place where you have a modicum of security and this is when the shit hits the fan. Because prior to this time, you are functioning in some sort of survival mode. Functioning highly too, something you should be proud of. But now it’s time to heal.
Catch up here – How To Solve All Problems (And How To Never Solve Them) Part 1
My attempt to answer questions about how the order of the zodiac applies to… everything. I meant 52 years old in this… whoops!
How To Solve All Problems (And How To Never Solve Them) Part 1
Skip to Part 3 (final) – Using the natural zodiac to solve all problems…
1 minute astrology
This is from 2007. People had questions so I made a two follow up videos to this which I’ll post over the next days.
My idea here is that the natural zodiac is not random and can be used to get unstuck when it comes to solving problems.
Skip to part 2 – How to solve all problems
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