John F. Kennedy
challenges and difficulties
Kennedy 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, John F. Kennedy 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 John.
He is very conscientious, responsible, and concerned with his duty, his public image and reputation, and becoming a person of stature in the world. John F. Kennedy understands the need for hard work and careful planning in order to accomplish anything substantial and he is capable of much self-discipline and patience once he sets his sights on a goal.
But John F. Kennedy is very judgmental and hard on himself if he fails to attain success, and he can become dry, bitter, or cynical if the world does not recognize his efforts.
John F. Kennedy takes his ideals and dreams very seriously and goes through periods of fervent dedication to a lofty ideal or vision. John 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.
John could find it difficult to express himself and consequently he feels inhibited and lonely at times. He tends to isolate himself from others and his relationships seem strained. Conditions in John F. Kennedy's parental home may be oppressive and constrained.
John F. Kennedy tends to be somewhat insecure and uncertain about his direction of life. Frequently plagued by doubt and fear, he is inclined to worry a lot. Because Kennedy lacks the confidence to fight back, he may allow himself to become the victim of other people.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which John F. Kennedy 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 John F. Kennedy needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
John F. Kennedy has a great capacity for sympathy, tenderness, and caring, which is a gift that he is apt to over bestow at times. For balance, John F. Kennedy needs to foster mature self-discipline, self-control, and personal responsibility.
When under stress, he has a strong instinct to retreat back to the nest, to be a child again, or to become overwhelmed with feelings and longings to be taken care of. Also, he may encourage others to depend on him emotionally (and otherwise) to an unhealthy degree. John F. Kennedy needs to learn how to set limits and to turn off the flow of support when necessary.
It is in his way of thinking, processing information and communicating that John F. Kennedy is most likely to wrestle with these issues. In Kennedy's relationships with neighbors, colleagues, and acquaintances, he needs to try to bring out the qualities described above.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Cancer
Saturn in 10th house
Saturn Conjunct Neptune
Saturn Conjunct Sun/Moon
Saturn Conjunct Neptune/MC
N. Node in Capricorn
N. Node in 3rd house