challenges and difficulties
Abdul Baha'i has an innate distrust of groups and/or a cynical attitude toward society that may leave him feeling out of step and unable to participate in activities with his peers. Overcoming a sense of aloofness and alienation from others is an important task for `Abbás.
He may have nebulous but ever-present guilt and fears that are difficult to pinpoint or eradicate. It is as if Abdul Baha'i does not trust Life itself, and is always seeking ways to defend himself from its dangers and its unknowns. Abdul Baha'i must learn to overcome his ingrained habit of discouragement and anxiety, and to see the world more as a friendly place than as a treacherous one.
Somewhat inhibited in initiating relationships with others, Abdul Baha'i may prefer to be by himself. Abdul Baha'i could feels that he does not fit in very well with others and as a result may have difficulties in team-work with groups or associations.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which Abdul Baha'i instinctively and habitually reverts to when under stress - a mostly subconscious process that he is apt to over indulge in because it is so familiar and hence easy for him. The direction Abdul Baha'i needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
It is easy for Abdul Baha'i to become distracted from his path by the multitude of interesting choices, possibilities, and options available to him. Abdul Baha'i needs to develop single mindedness and focus. Until Abdul Baha'i directs his attention to some of the big questions, such as "What is my life's purpose?" "What is really important to me and essential to my happiness?", he is apt to dabble, scatter his energies in many directions and engage in activities which are entertaining but ultimately neither fruitful nor enriching.
Having an overall vision for his life and aligning his daily activities so that they support rather than detract from `Abbás' larger purpose in life, is a significant step toward his personal development.
It is in his public life and career that Abdul Baha'i is most likely to wrestle with these issues. The latter will impact `Abbás' reputation and standing in his community or professional circle, as well as how Abdul Baha'i achieves his important life goals and aspirations.
The specific habits which are likely to hold Abdul Baha'i back, or which he is prone to overdo, especially during stressful periods, include:
Excessive thinking, rationalizing or talking, the overuse or misuse of `Abbás' intellectual abilities and the tendency to allow his energy to be dissipated in trivial activities.
He is a born leader and has the ability to persuade members of a group or association he belongs to. `Abbás always promotes the cultivation of good fellowship and teamwork, insuring success in any plans or joint undertakings he may pursue.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Aquarius
Saturn in 12th house
Saturn Conjunct Jupiter/N. Node
N. Node in Sagittarius
N. Node in 10th house
N. Node Opposition Mercury
N. Node Opposition Sun/Mars