challenges and difficulties
Frederick Chopin has a critical, cynical attitude towards many religions and philosophies. Without realizing it, he prevents himself from appreciating new viewpoints and attitudes. Chopin is more rigid and dogmatic than he realizes. His approach may also be too intellectual or moralistic. Frederick Chopin takes his own political beliefs and spiritual philosophy very seriously, worrying and fretting if he is not 100% clear about some ideology or theory.
His childhood or his relationships with his parents was restrictive, unloving, or unhappy in ways that may prevent Frederick from allowing other people to get close to him in later life. Frederick Chopin felt deprived in some manner, whether or not he actually was deprived in some way. Emotional separations or repression of his needs and feelings may typify his early life, at least as Chopin remembers it. Forgiving his parents and/or letting go of any resentments he has about the limitations that he experienced early in his life is crucial. Also, Frederick Chopin needs to build his own solid foundation, and investing time and energy into his home, domestic relationships, and inner life can help Frederick accomplish this.
Frederick Chopin takes his ideals and dreams very seriously and goes through periods of fervent dedication to a lofty ideal or vision. Frederick has the ability to acquire true spiritual or imaginative insight, but he can also become so involved in his imaginative, idealistic pursuits that he looses perspective and develops feelings of alienation and isolation.
Once he decides what he wants to do, Frederick Chopin will pursue his goal tenaciously and, if necessary, sacrifice a great deal for his deeply felt convictions. This trait tends to make Frederick feel a little out of step with others. Frederick Chopin takes things a little more seriously and has an inclination to be somewhat of a fanatic, although probably not flamboyantly so; as a result, others may not be aware of how deeply Frederick feels and how driven he is about the things that are important to him. Frederick Chopin has a deep inner resolve and is willing to struggle to do the things that are really meaningful to him, rather than follow an easier but less meaningful course in life.
He is inclined to exercise self-control and tries to suppress his inner excitability or irritability. Chopin can be somewhat self-willed, though, and strive to be independent. If Frederick Chopin feels that someone is holding him down too much, he may suddenly break up the relationship.
Frederick Chopin may often be coerced into doing things that he does not want to do, leaving him frustrated, irritable and touchy. Frederick could turn hard and unforgiving toward others and may break up some important relationships.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which Frederick Chopin 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 Frederick Chopin needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
Instinctively he is a fighter and an individualist who can stand alone when necessary. Very often, however, Frederick stands alone when he does not need to, not realizing the support, assistance, and resources others may have to offer. Frederick Chopin has a tendency to "reinvent the wheel" and to feel that he must be self-reliant and that only he can come up with the answers he needs. Implicit in this attitude is a kind of arrogance as well as a rather competitive approach, which - at its worst - can alienate him from others, or make Frederick Chopin feel that "it is me against the world".
Social skills and graces and what Frederick Chopin calls social "games" do not come naturally to him. Frederick Chopin needs to learn how to share and join others, and how to negotiate and resolve conflict with others in a cooperative way.
It is in his dealings with money, financial security, tangible assets and possessions that he is most likely to wrestle with these issues. The qualities described above are ones Frederick Chopin needs to integrate in tangible ways: how he makes a living, building assets and a secure material base, what he does with the resources he has. Frederick Chopin should try to avoid over involvement or entanglements with other people's money matters, legal business, and personal affairs.
Frederick Chopin has a strong desire to share his opinions with others and is inclined to seek out people who have the same ideas that he has. He may enjoy studying and developing his intellectual interests with them.
Chopin is able to achieve good cooperation with people, and others see him as a welcome comrade. Frederick likes to work hand in hand with everyone and has an excellent sense of team-work.
Chopin is inclined to seek out relationships with people who have the same interests and he has a desire to work with them toward obtaining mutually shared objectives. Some of Frederick's contacts or introductions could come about suddenly.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Sagittarius
Saturn in 4th house
Saturn Conjunct Neptune
Saturn Square Pluto
Saturn Conjunct Moon/Uranus
Saturn Opposition Pluto/Asc.
N. Node in Libra
N. Node in 2nd house
N. Node Opposition Mercury/MC
N. Node Opposition Mars/Jupiter
N. Node Conjunct Uranus/Asc.