George Bernard Shaw
challenges and difficulties
Shaw fears of becoming emotionally dependent upon others, and may distance himself or deny his needs for relationships of closeness and intimacy so that he will not be vulnerable to rejection or abandonment. On the other hand, George Bernard Shaw may cling excessively or need constant reassurance from loved ones and family. Developing a deep, inner sense of security, as well as the ability to give and receive nurturing are important tasks for George Bernard.
George Bernard Shaw has a mature, disciplined, serious attitude toward life which colors everything he does. Caution and realism are his virtues though George Bernard limits himself at times by being too careful, shy, or fearful, and not believing in himself enough or being assertive when necessary. Others find George Bernard Shaw difficult to get to know intimately, as Shaw tends to distance himself from them or to put forth a rather stern, "adult" face to the world.
George Bernard has an inner conflict between idealism, hope, and faith in the future versus doubt and oppression by limitations and practical realities. George Bernard Shaw needs to develop discipline and patience in order to achieve his aspirations. Shaw will grow by learning to accept frustration and to persevere in spite of obstacles.
He is inclined to feel inferior and may easily be taken in by others. George Bernard has to guard against being deceived or used by others, though his intentions may be good. George Bernard Shaw must not let his desire to have things cloud his ability to see what is really happening.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which George Bernard Shaw 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 George Bernard Shaw needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
Seeking harmonious interpersonal relationships, cooperation, and togetherness, as well as the desire to please or appease other people, are drives that come very naturally to George Bernard Shaw - so much so that he seeks them out at his own expense. When he is under stress, Shaw tends to look outside himself for approval or answers, and he leans on others too much. Therefore, developing self-reliance, and the courage to look inwardly for answers and forge his own path through life is a key factor in his self-development.
George Bernard Shaw is often tempted to be less than completely straightforward about his intentions or desires, and he can become enmeshed in a quagmire of "little white lies". Stark honesty - both inward and toward others - is the only way out! This, however, leads to the need to confront some of Shaw's most deeply ingrained fears, such as "what if they do not like me?" and "what if I have to go through this alone?".
George Bernard Shaw needs to cultivate his ability to be assertive, take initiative and act on his own behalf. Directness and self-reliance are imperative.
It is in any involvements he has with teams, clubs, organizations, networks, and the like that George Bernard Shaw is most likely to wrestle with these issues. The qualities described above need to be channeled into some sort of group effort or experience, or have some impact on society at large.
He is very obliging and always looks for relationships with other people. George Bernard Shaw tends to feel really at home with his family or in groups or associations that he may join. George Bernard has a strong desire to feel at one with his community.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Cancer
Saturn in 1st house
Jupiter Square Saturn
Saturn Opposition Mars/Neptune
N. Node in Aries
N. Node in 11th house
N. Node Conjunct Asc./MC