George W. Bush
challenges and difficulties
Bush 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 W. Bush 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.
He may have nebulous but ever-present guilt and fears that are difficult to pinpoint or eradicate. It is as if George W. Bush does not trust Life itself, and is always seeking ways to defend himself from its dangers and its unknowns. George W. Bush 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.
George W. Bush has a serious outlook on life and a tendency to dwell on his own flaws as well as those of everyone else. Bush could be rather reserved with people and may find it difficult to express himself, giving a more negative impression than he intended.
His ambition and desire for power could be somewhat out of proportion and Bush can be quite ruthless in dealing with obstacles and difficulties he may be faced with. George W. Bush must learn to control his temper and be willing to compromise.
Bush works quietly to get ahead, but may have to work harder than others to gain recognition for his efforts. Reserved and shy, George W. Bush tends to build a wall between himself and others and he seems to be more receptive to older and mature people.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which George W. Bush 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 W. Bush needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
George W. Bush needs to take what he has learned (either through formal education or his own questing and life experience) and share it with others, communicate it or express it in a way that can benefit others. Knowledge and understanding, which does not enhance either George's quality of life or that of persons in his world, is of little real value. Putting Bush's understanding, philosophy, and convictions into practice in his daily relationships, and in the multiple choices he makes every day, will enable George W. Bush to really test his belief system and discover more about life.
When under stress, George W. Bush is apt to seek refuge in imagining that the grass is greener elsewhere, rather than working with what is at hand. George W. Bush needs to cultivate his ability to live in the present!
It is in any involvements he has with teams, clubs, organizations, networks, and the like that George W. Bush 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.
The following are specific activities that will support George W. Bush in his growth. These may or may not feel natural to Bush, and he may initially resist or feel awkward about them, but they are crucial to his path to wholeness.
George W. Bush should be willing to become more of a free thinker, to experiment and change, to loosen his ties to tradition and the known and to allow for new developments. He needs to practice getting involved in an area involving new techniques, rapid changes and innovation. George can be part of the avant-garde promoting such changes - be it in science, music or social relationships. George W. Bush has to be willing to be different and perhaps to be considered eccentric or odd.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Cancer
Saturn in 12th house
Saturn Conjunct Sun/Mercury
Saturn Conjunct Sun/Pluto
Saturn Conjunct Sun/Asc.
N. Node in Gemini
N. Node in 11th house
N. Node Conjunct Uranus