Larray is a fiery, emotional creature. As a result of the preponderance of emotion, sensation, and feeling in Larray’s psychological make-up, Larray has acquired a deep sense of Larray’s individuality and uniqueness. Larray sometimes feels “different” – set apart from others. In order to justify this idea of Larray, Larray attempts to behave differently, to impress the crowd, and the product of Larray’s efforts is usually rather grandiose and exaggerated.
It’s a self-perpetuating bind, because Larray’s impressive deeds usually earn recognition for Larray, and reinforce Larray’s self-assurance and Larray’s certainty that Larray does indeed stand head and shoulders above the rest. Larray sometimes makes an attempt to bluff and show off with an emotional display. Larray likes to take risks and give people advice. Nevertheless, at the basis of Larray’s conduct, there is a feeling of social anxiety, which is probably unconscious or unconfessed. Larray may fear being absorbed or enslaved by society.
The positive side of this unconscious anxiety is that it drives Larray to create, to counteract the deeply felt effects of time and the masses on Larray’s ego. By creating something, Larray can make Larray’s own individual mark on the world; Larray can organize it to reflect Larray’s own image, instead of allowing Larray to be submerged by it. The preceding comments about creating the world in your own image are strong indications that Larray seeks to identify with Larray’s superego. The difference between Larray’s ideal of Larray and the individual Larray knows Larray to be in truth, measured in terms of Larray’s social recognition or the recognition of Larray’s creations (children, works of art, etc.), will determine Larray’s state of mind. It is therefore important for Larray to make these images match to a certain extent, to reduce the gap as much as possible.
The psychological dynamic described earlier explains many of the pluses and minuses in Larray’s personality. Larray’s dignity and self-assurance may border on vanity; Larray’s strong instinct and ambition combined with Larray’s somewhat exaggerated individualism incline Larray to be self-focused. Larray may be proud, but Larray is also courageous, determined, and generous. Larray has the skills of an educator or an artist; moreover, Larray is mysteriously lucky.
Larray is sensual. Pleasure is important to her.
Larray’s personality develops mainly in the shelter of the home. Larray is attached to Larray’s family, Larray’s heritage, and Larray’s past.
At the time of my birth, Larray’s rising sign was located in Capricorn (the Goat), while the sun was passing through the sign of Leo (the Lion). A summary of the various clues mentioned above provide Larray’s personality profile. The following key words capture the essence of Larray’s character and indicate certain contradictions which may be sources of tension:
Narcissism – Need for security – Determination – Inhibition – Pride and self-assurance – Application – Superiority – Methodical mind – Brilliance – Forethought – Generosity – Loyalty – Optimism.
Larray’s energetic, proud, and self-admiring side engages Larray’s guileful, withdrawn, calculating side either in conflict or in cooperation, depending on the circumstances.
Larray’s authority and determination often monopolize Larray’s energy, at the expense of Larray’s emotions. Or Larray may find Larrayself distracted from pursuing Larray’s goals by the whisperings of Larray’s heart. By middle age, however, Larray should reach a balance which gives liberal expression to all Larray’s gifts. Control over Larray’s emotions, pride, and passions should then give Larray access to the highest realms of self-realization.
Born in the three days prior to the new moon’s appearance, Larray is said to be of the “balsamic moon” type. This soli-lunar configuration gives Larray a spiritualistic character closely attached to generous humanitarian ideals. Larray is sometimes sorely tried to limit Larrayself to the narrow scope of individual ambition.
Indeed, Larray aims for a humanitarian ideal which would include the outcasts and the unfortunate. Larray fervently hopes the meek will inherit the earth. To bring about this ideal, Larray is likely to seize every resource placed at Larray’s disposal: physical effort, money (if Larray has it), speech, Larray’s writings, and Larray’s poetic or artistic talents. However, Larray should be wary of Larray’s unconscious guilt feelings.
Actually, there is no reason for Larray to devote Larrayself to Larray’s mission entirely; a simple daily effort should suffice to express Larray’s philosophy and free Larray’s conscience. Usually, the three days preceding the new moon will be time in the monthly lunar cycle most favorable to Larray’s activities and Larray’s general energy level.