His pleasant manner and desire to relate harmoniously with others (as discussed in chapter 2) combines with his idealism, receptivity, and impressionability (as discussed below) make George Harrison very self-sacrificing and willing to go the extra mile for someone's benefit. George Harrison has to be wary of the tendencies to lack discrimination in his charity, to try to help someone who is incorrigible, and to avoid confrontations. He is inclined to hide his thoughts and feelings, make excuses and even lie, often just to avoid someone or some issue. George Harrison should strive to be honest in his communications; it will also help him to be honest with himself. If he channels his energies well, Harrison can be a great help to others, perhaps in a professional role as a counselor, teacher, or consultant or perhaps just his daily life and affairs.
At heart he is very gentle, impressionable, and receptive - a dreamer. The world of his imagination, feelings, and intuition is as real to George Harrison as anything in the outer world, though he may have trouble verbalizing or interpreting his inner experiences in a way others can understand. Mystical, artistic, musical, emotional and imaginative, he has a rich inner life, though Harrison may seem rather unobtrusive and quiet outwardly. George Harrison usually keeps to himself.
George has great sensitivity and empathy with others, and he often senses things psychically or intuitively which prove to be correct. He is tolerant, forgiving, and nonjudgmental, accepting people unconditionally regardless of their flaws, mistakes, or outward appearance. George has deep compassion for the suffering of any fellow creature and he often feels others' pain as if it were his own. George Harrison sympathizes with the needy, the disadvantaged, and the misfits of society. He is capable of giving selflessly, living a life of devoted and compassionate service to others, as a healer, physician, social worker, or minister. However, Harrison tends to give indiscriminately, to let others take advantage of his kindness, and to encourage the weak to remain so by becoming dependent upon him. George has little sense of boundaries, of limits, of knowing when to say "no". Moderation and self-discipline are not his strong points.
He is a lover and a peacemaker rather than a fighter, and he tries to avoid open conflict. Harrison will patiently ignore or "tune out" problems and hope they will go away by themselves, rather than directly confronting them, and Harrison tends to lack the positive fighting spirit that is sometimes necessary to overcome challenges. He is fluid, open, nonresistant, and somewhat passive. George Harrison does things in a subtle, often covert, manner.
His gifts may also lie in the realm of the creative, artistic, or musical, for he has a great sensitivity, inspiration, and limitless imagination. George Harrison responds very strongly to beauty and to love.
His faults include a tendency to be lazy and negligent, and to wallow in self-pity rather than taking strong, definite action to change his life for the better. He also tends to become so detached from his immediate environment that he lives in a disorderly, chaotic sort of hodgepodge, though this probably bothers those around Harrison more than it bothers him.
He is a private person and inclined to withdraw in very public and impersonal social settings. George Harrison prefers to work at home or in a very personal small business.
Harrison invests a lot of his creative energy into his home, family relationships, and his inner life.
Feelings of personal inadequacy, inhibitions, and self-doubt often plague him. George Harrison has a cautious, careful, realistic attitude toward life and is highly responsible and disciplined with regard to his obligations and duties. George Harrison tends to work and struggle more than he needs to, and to take himself too seriously.
Although he takes himself and his responsibilities seriously, there is also a part of George Harrison that rebels against rules and restrictions and answering to outside authority. Harrison can feel torn between conforming or fulfilling his obligations, and breaking free of them. His wilder side will now be described.
Impulsive, restless, and spontaneous, his life is apt to be somewhat unstable and full of sudden changes. George Harrison is extremely independent and craves excitement, adventure, freedom, and discovery. Harrison has a rebellious streak and he often feels he is unusual and different from the mainstream of society. The unorthodox and the novel appeal to him.
He is apt to be a fanatic in some way, and cannot go halfway in anything he does. His extremism may seem (and actually be) obsessive and somewhat blind. That is, George Harrison does not always consciously understand why he feels as driven or intense about a given course of action as he does. There is a strong element of fate or inevitability in Harrison's life. A significant death or loss in his close relationships is apt to profoundly influence George Harrison and shape important decisions in his life, and he may consciously seek out intense, life-or-death experiences as well.
Harrison always seems to find the right words to verbalize his feelings, especially in regard to love and friendship. George Harrison also has a keen sense of beauty and he probably appreciates art, music or poetry.
It could be hard for George Harrison to face up to his mistakes because of his insecurity and self-doubt. His early years may have been undermined by poor relationships with one or both of his parents who may have been ill, weak or alcoholic.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Libra and Sun in Pisces
Sun in Pisces
Sun in 4th house
Sun Square Saturn
Sun aspects Saturn and Uranus
Sun Square Uranus
Sun Quincunx Pluto
Sun Conjunct Mercury/Venus
Sun Opposition Neptune/MC