Since I’ve been a kid, I’ve found it hard to connect with anything or anyone.
When I start a hobby, I almost immediately drop it because it’s no longer satisfying to me, or I don’t have enough talent. It’s even more difficult to connect to other people. I become so skeptical and build such high obstacles that it’s simply too difficult.
Is there anyway to open up my heart?
Lonely Fifteen Year Old
First of all your heart is not flawed. In fact it’s working very well, as closed hearts do not feel pain like this. Closed hearts will deny both pain and pleasure and that’s not you. But you do have a freakishly difficult chart here and I will try to help.
You know how sometimes you hear on the news that the planets are all clustered together in the sky? They report it because it’s an anomaly. Astronomers say, “Holy crap!” because the sky is simply astonishing. When astrologers see the charts of babies born during these times, they too say, “Holy crap!”
So this is what you are. You’re an anomaly, born with SIX planets in Capricorn (early 1990’s). Because of this, I’m going to talk to you like an adult – because I know that like all Capricorns, you’re wise beyond your years.
Number one: Capricorn is fear-based. You’re plagued with insecurity, and afraid you’re not good enough. This makes virtually everything you do exceedingly difficult.
If you have trouble understanding that, just imagine being a confident person. Someone who feels supported; they might even be an ego maniac. This person is going to have a far easier time getting up in front of their class and speaking, or getting or going on a date, or just about anything else you can think of. But does this make them better than you? Probably not.
Because due to your intense struggle and hardship, you build character. Others seem to run up the hill while you struggle, but I promise you this: As you get older, you will see those same people roll down that hill. You’ll be afraid this will happen to you, but it never will.
I am telling you that your progress is slow, and your lessons are learned the hard way, but you win the race in the end.