challenges and difficulties
Philo Farnsworth often has a sense of longing or homesickness for something he cannot name or specify, and he may have both: great attraction toward, and fear of, mysticism and parapsychology.
Overcoming feelings of fear, guilt, anxiety, loneliness, or oversensitivity is an important task for Farnsworth.
His childhood or his relationships with his parents was restrictive, unloving, or unhappy in ways that may prevent Philo from allowing other people to get close to him in later life. Philo Farnsworth felt deprived in some manner, whether or not he actually was deprived in some way. Emotional separations or repression of his needs and feelings may typify his early life, at least as Farnsworth remembers it. Forgiving his parents and/or letting go of any resentments he has about the limitations that he experienced early in his life is crucial. Also, Philo Farnsworth needs to build his own solid foundation, and investing time and energy into his home, domestic relationships, and inner life can help Philo accomplish this.
His attitude toward life is quite serious and he is very thorough. Philo has the need to be by himself and think out everything very carefully before he takes action. Philo Farnsworth may enjoy doing some type of creative art work shaped from hard or heavy materials.
Farnsworth may find it difficult to relate to people and express his feelings, especially in love relationships. On one hand, Philo Farnsworth wants relationships and on the other he would rather be by himself. A sense of personal inadequacy makes Philo withdraw from others and feeling lonely as a result.
He is quite cool and reserved in matters of love relationships and tends to hold back his inclination for love. Somewhat inhibited in regard to relationships, Philo Farnsworth is inclined to feel that he is better off staying by himself.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which Philo Farnsworth 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 Philo Farnsworth needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
Philo Farnsworth's path lies in his development as an individual, the discovery of his own strengths and joys, the capacity to express his uniqueness and to stand out in a crowd. This involves becoming a leader, even though Farnsworth's instinct is actually to be "one of the Indians" rather than the "chief". When under stress Philo Farnsworth is apt to seek safety in numbers, to go along with the group. Also, he may believe that striving to do his personal best and to excel is wrong or selfish, but Philo should let go of this notion. Finding his own center and doing what gives him delight and energy is the most worthwhile contribution Philo Farnsworth can offer the world at large.
It is in fostering a personal vision or philosophy of life, whether through religious or philosophical studies, education or the wisdom of distant lands or cultures that Philo Farnsworth is most likely to wrestle with these issues. Philo Farnsworth needs to cultivate the qualities described above in this endeavor. Long distance communication and involvement with foreigners is likely to be significant to Farnsworth.
The following are specific activities that will support Philo Farnsworth in his growth. These may or may not feel natural to Farnsworth, and he may initially resist or feel awkward about them, but they are crucial to his path to wholeness.
Philo Farnsworth has to learn to communicate and express himself through the written or spoken word. It is best for Philo to study, learn skills and develop his intellectual interests and capacities. Farnsworth needs to become involved in sharing and exchanging information with others and in developing his intellectual reasoning ability. Philo Farnsworth should practice using his mind, his thinking skills and his ability to be objective. "Work smarter, not harder" might be a motto for him.
Writing, teaching, recording, transcribing, dialoguing, negotiating, mediating, communicating, or facilitating clear communication are significant activities for Philo Farnsworth to pursue.
Philo Farnsworth should become a warrior and cultivate a positive, victorious, active approach to life and to any problems he faces. It is in Farnsworth's best interest to act on his own behalf instead of stalling, waiting or hoping someone else will do it for him. Philo Farnsworth needs to assert himself openly and courageously and not to be afraid to make mistakes or stumble; there are bound to be a few trial runs to any new initiative. Philo needs to foster a healthy fighting spirit, pick himself up, and go! He also should learn to appreciate conflict and confrontation as a means to grow.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Pisces
Saturn in 4th house
Saturn Opposition Mercury/Venus
Saturn Opposition Venus/Mars
Saturn Opposition Venus/MC
N. Node in Leo
N. Node in 9th house
N. Node Conjunct Mercury
N. Node Conjunct Mars