challenges and difficulties
Gene 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 Wilder.
His attitude toward religion, philosophy, and politics is very conservative and possibly narrow or rigid. On the one hand, Gene Wilder may believe in nothing that is speculative or intangible, requiring proof for any idea presented to him. Each idea is thoroughly and systematically examined. On the other hand, Gene may tenaciously cling to his grand philosophical or metaphysical beliefs and opinions, refusing to modify them or to be open and receptive to others' insights and perspectives.
His overall outlook on life is serious, and Gene Wilder may feel that life or God will punish him if he does not watch his step!
His faith, optimism, and sense of possibilities are tempered by a great deal of caution, and often doubt or skepticism as well. Whatever hopes or visions Gene Wilder has for his life are firmly held in check by his sense of reality. At times he may wish for more freedom, but Gene also fears it and holds back. Gene Wilder may blame practical limitations, some external condition or the prevailing Authority for his own inhibitions.
Gene Wilder tends to have a pessimistic outlook and he seems to be plagued by deep inner conflicts, which could severely undermine his strength. Self-critical and uncertain about his goals, Gene feels that he cannot live up to his ideals and ends up disappointed.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which Gene Wilder 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 Gene Wilder needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
Cultivating the qualities of empathy, gentleness, and compassion will help counterbalance Wilder's deeply ingrained perfectionism and critical nature. When under stress, he is apt to try to rigorously analyze and focus on what needs to be corrected or improved, and he can easily become problem-oriented and lose sight of the big picture.
Gene Wilder has to learn to relax and surrender to the flow of events without having to figure everything out all the time. He should let his feelings and intuitions flow more freely, be more flexible and fluid, use his imagination and let his dreams emerge!
It is in his public life and career that Gene Wilder is most likely to wrestle with these issues. The latter will impact Wilder's reputation and standing in his community or professional circle, as well as how Gene Wilder achieves his important life goals and aspirations.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Aquarius
Saturn in 9th house
Jupiter Quincunx Saturn
Saturn Opposition Neptune/Pluto
N. Node in Pisces
N. Node in 10th house