Bob Whitfield is searching for stability; he wants to find a firm, unchanging structure for his life. But his efforts to achieve this ideal are often vain, because unconsciously, he is also inhabited by the opposite desire. Every time he reaches what he believes to be a good balance, he realizes he wants something entirely different. He would do well to become aware that the concepts of stability and balance are difficult to apply to life. By definition, life is movement, change, and perpetual instability.
Bob Whitfield has a paternal complex and, as a result, some trouble finding his identity. Perhaps his father or a father figure was absent physically or emotionally during his childhood, which deprived him of the patterns or models which are usually helpful in structuring a personality. Because Bob Whitfield might have lacked a particular sense of security which could be provided by a paternal presence, as well as the examples of behavior to follow in confronting the difficulties inherent in every life, he was forced to protect himself against negative influences and find his own system in order to grow and feel secure. Although this system was quite useful to him as a child, it has now settled in to such a degree that it interferes with his evolution. Psychological defense mechanisms and crutches which were once useful now encumber his mind or inhibit his developmental efforts. As a result, in certain situations, it is difficult for Bob Whitfield to assert himself, and he tends to remain an awkward or passive observer. Because his authoritarian urges are mainly directed at himself rather than others, he sometimes feels guilty about his behavior. Bob Whitfield judges himself severely, and sometimes punishes himself by setting difficult tasks for himself. Gradually, Bob Whitfield should build up a strong inner discipline and acquire the strength to face the problems of existence in a detached and mature way.
Bob Whitfield was born under a new moon when the moon and sun were in the same part of the sky. He enjoys a positive balance between the conscious and unconscious aspects of his psyche, which contributes to the relationships with other people which make up his outer life. His parents or teachers probably gave him the type of education which was adapted to his personality. As a result, his personality is basically balanced, which, of course, does not mean that his life is devoid of little asperities. Generally, the goals he sets for himself correspond to his skills. Without giving the matter much thought, he tends to follow prevailing trends and behave in a conventional enough way. He is subjective and sees the world according to his own perceptions instead of the way it really is.
Bob Whitfield has great strength of character. His courage and endurance enable him to accomplish even extremely arduous tasks. Although he sometimes behaves impulsively, he generally knows how to plan out an effective strategy, and, as a result, he reaches his goals without meeting any major obstacles. His forcefulness gives him certain leadership skills, which he may implement to creative and constructive ends.
Bob Whitfield is very sociable. He is instinctively in tune with others and is tactful and diplomatic. He also has a need to be accepted and respected, so he is sensitive and discerning. He avoids anything crude and vulgar. As a result, he is sometimes offended by the harsh demands of existence. Relationships (the couple, or a partnership) take a central role in his life.
Bob Whitfield has a sensitive nature. Although he may sometimes have trouble controlling his emotional reactions, they are nevertheless a source of vital energy for a constructive passion and may make an extremely positive contribution to his career. In relations with other people, he is quite friendly; he willingly reaches out to people and knows how to listen to their desires and their problems.
Bob Whitfield is emotional and tends to react suddenly and excessively as soon as his sensitivity is touched. Although he feels that his independence, freedom, and self-sufficiency are fundamental values, he is sometimes frustrated by his need to rely on his family or friends. Moreover, he does not always grant the freedom of other people the same respect as his own. Likewise, he is sometimes angered by expressions of maternal tenderness, as if he feared that it would doom him to eternal dependency. His ambivalent behavior, full of jagged edges, may be traced back to the relationship he had with his mother or a mother figure. Although he was dependent on her, she may have rejected him. Now this attitude is extended to any situation in which his sensitivity comes into play and emotional bonds are liable to form. To ward off his feelings of dependency, he tends to become destructive. Based on denial, his reactions are sometimes fierce, impulsive, and excessive, erratic, or contradictory.
Bob Whitfield’s attractions are usually immediate and intense. They rise quickly to fever pitch. The story of these passions is often dramatic to excess, combining all the plot elements of a classic love tragedy: jealousy, possessiveness, agony as an erotic stimulant, etc.
Bob Whitfield’s birth chart indicates an emotional function which is usually expressed carefully and reasonably. Distrustful of his emotional urges and somewhat wary of his feelings, he tries to rid himself of all partiality and try to get some perspective and distance before making an emotional commitment.
As Bob Whitfield has suggested, it is in your nature to please and charm. You are made to be the muse, the person who inspires or creates beauty and harmony. It is your destiny to attract affection and protection. Nevertheless, you should outgrow your nonchalance and casualness to succeed profoundly, either with your relationship or in an artistic career.
Bob Whitfield exerts an odd and somewhat mysterious power of attraction. But Bob Whitfield is irresistibly lured to partners who break Bob Whitfield’s heart, and Bob Whitfield seems almost to have an affinity for tormented but intense relationships. In a rage of disappointment, Bob Whitfield is likely to go from total love to total indifference. Bob Whitfield is especially attracted to possessive and complex people.
Bob Whitfield tries to shun subjectivity and be as objective as possible. His thoughts are usually structured, and his reasoning, based on objective facts or experience, usually relates to practical goals.