originality and imagination
Areas Where Wentworth Miller is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
Wentworth Miller has a reckless, impulsive, or very unconventional attitude toward money, material things, and ownership. Above all, he does not want to be possessed by his possessions. The obligations of owning things are likely to feel oppressive to him.
Also, Wentworth Miller may make his money in a field that is unconventional, highly unstable, or very inventive and innovative. His fortunes are likely to fluctuate widely throughout his life.
His childhood and early home life were colored by a great deal of confusion or by people with unusually active imaginations, aspirations, or fantasies. It is difficult for Wentworth Miller to see his childhood and his relationships with his parents in a clear, realistic light. Wentworth may search for the ideal, loving home he wishes he had, or believe he had, when he was a child. Finding inner peace and a sense of emotional security within himself is important to Miller.
He is likely to have a fixation on money, wealth, and material resources. Wentworth Miller may totally renounce material desires and ownership, or become obsessed with having, owning, and accumulating. Wentworth's attitudes towards owning, keeping, and sharing will undergo major changes in his lifetime, and his fortunes are likely to run very hot or very cold.
Wentworth Miller seems to like everyone and has the ability to build relationships with people easily. Romantic relationships may come to Miller quite suddenly, but his affairs may not be lasting. Wentworth likes variety and changes his interest in people quickly.
Wentworth could have a hard time making up his mind and he may try many vocations before settling down in one that brings the rewards that he anticipates. Easily disappointed, Miller tends to give up on his relationships and withdraw, and to escape responsibility.
Wentworth Miller tends to be engrossed in his own thoughts a lot and occupy himself with fantastic ideas. He should guard against scattering himself in too many directions. Very receptive to external influences, Wentworth Miller could easily become depressed when he is involved with negative people.
His thinking may be a bit unclear and Wentworth Miller has a tendency to feel lonely and distant from others periodically. Fears of his own inadequacies may distort his perspective and at times Wentworth may feel that he no longer have the strength to go on.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 2nd house
Neptune in 4th house
Pluto in 2nd house
Uranus Opposition Venus/N. Node
Neptune Opposition Sun/MC
Neptune Opposition Mercury/MC
Neptune Opposition Saturn/MC