challenges and difficulties
Lennon either overvalues or undervalues his possessions and assets. He can also go to extremes in dealing with bodily needs and desires, being either hedonistic or ascetic. John Lennon may deny himself sensual pleasure and enjoyment of the fruits of his labors. He may also be stingy and unable to give freely. Many times John Lennon feels that he does not have "enough" to make him feel secure, regardless of how much (money, insurance, etc.) he has!
John Lennon has a mature, disciplined, serious attitude toward life which colors everything he does. Caution and realism are his virtues though John limits himself at times by being too careful, shy, or fearful, and not believing in himself enough or being assertive when necessary. Others find John Lennon difficult to get to know intimately, as Lennon tends to distance himself from them or to put forth a rather stern, "adult" face to the world.
His aspirations and dreams are always tempered by realism and practical considerations. John Lennon pursues his aims in a systematic, disciplined, and thorough manner, and he is willing to takes his time, advancing slowly and steadily on his way towards his goal.
Sometimes John Lennon underestimates what is possible, and holds himself back unnecessarily due to a lack of faith or an overly cautious attitude.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which John Lennon 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 Lennon needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
Instinctively he is a fighter and an individualist who can stand alone when necessary. Very often, however, John stands alone when he does not need to, not realizing the support, assistance, and resources others may have to offer. John Lennon has a tendency to "reinvent the wheel" and to feel that he must be self-reliant and that only he can come up with the answers he needs. Implicit in this attitude is a kind of arrogance as well as a rather competitive approach, which - at its worst - can alienate him from others, or make John Lennon feel that "it is me against the world".
Social skills and graces and what John Lennon calls social "games" do not come naturally to him. John Lennon needs to learn how to share and join others, and how to negotiate and resolve conflict with others in a cooperative way.
It is in his work and his relationships with co-workers, employers, and employees that he is most likely to wrestle with these issues. Integrating the qualities described above into Lennon's work and daily routine will lead to greater satisfaction, improved health, and personal growth.
The following are specific activities that will support John Lennon in his growth. These may or may not feel natural to Lennon, and he may initially resist or feel awkward about them, but they are crucial to his path to wholeness.
John Lennon should develop true self-confidence and the willingness to put himself "out there", be seen and shine. John needs to be willing to take on a leading role. He needs to be a hero - a protagonist in his own story - by cultivating the courageous, active, and positive masculine qualities he possesses. Doing creative work that he is proud of - anything that comes from Lennon's heart and bears the stamp of Lennon's individuality - is important. Also, being a mentor, a helpful, encouraging force in the life of someone less experienced than he is a way for John Lennon to grow and become more whole himself.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Taurus
Saturn in 1st house
Jupiter Conjunct Saturn
N. Node in Libra
N. Node in 6th house
N. Node Conjunct Sun