Bob Zmuda has a dual nature. Two tendencies dwell within his psyche: one is related to his instincts and endows him with supreme strength and intense material desires, and the other flows from a higher psychic authority, the superego or human ideal, and inspires him with a precise awareness of his purpose and dignity as a human being among his fellows. The distinctiveness, if not the opposition, between these two tendencies is likely to trouble his quest for inner harmony at times. However, the difficulty he must overcome is not limited to a conflict between these two natures. Instead, he must choose which direction the energy generated by the contradiction will take. In other words, in more practical terms, if he identifies with the power residing in society and the complex interactions of human beings, he can find one goal, one direction in which the power can lead. The positive side of this nature is the cohesive and all-encompassing understanding he derives from it. In daily life, he could be a resourceful and valuable organizer, designer, leader, or legislator. In fact, he has the native skills necessary for managing and leading a team of co-workers. The coherence of his thought is apt to enable him to budget and organize human energies for maximum profit and minimum loss. Overlooking from the outset trivial details and a tendency to be unable to see the forest for the trees, he can implement global, methodical systems and structures to solve problems. On another level, he has a nature profoundly attached to morality and ethics. He conceives of ethics as a practical system for human relations, not an idealistic and unattainable dream. Indeed, it should be noted that it is inexact to call him an idealist. If he seeks an ideal, it is based on what already exists, by organizing it and putting it into practice, by seeing it operate smoothly and efficiently. His originality comes from the fact that he always strives to go beyond common sense in search of a new perspective, which would enrich the spirit and transform values. All of these skills and resources predispose him to devote himself to society. In the process, however, he is likely to overdo it to such a degree that his own personality is overshadowed. That is, he would identify too heavily with his social mask (his persona) and lose awareness of his individuality.
Bob Zmuda thrives on relating to other people. He cannot live without love!
Bob Zmuda was born under the sign of Sagittarius (the Archer), in the year of your birth. His rising sign was located in Pisces (the Fish), and the sun was passing through the sign of Sagittarius (the Archer). A summary of the various clues mentioned above provide his personality profile. The following key words capture the essence of his character and indicate certain contradictions which may be sources of tension: Emotionalism – Impetuosity – Pliancy – Enthusiasm – Humbleness and reserve – Group spirit – Idealism – Impressionability – Analytical mind – Intuition – Worldliness – Premonition – Projection.
Bob Zmuda’s psyche is the scene of a struggle between two opposing tendencies. He vacillates between intense activity and playfulness, between rebellion and submission. Sometimes, he is in love with himself; sometimes, it’s the opposite. In his youth, he is likely to undergo some challenges in adjusting to the world and achieving a balance. However, maturity and experience should teach him how to be more centered by investing his energies in an activity which involves helping other people. After he learns to compensate for a tendency to run out of momentum, he will be able to complete the projects he wants to finish based on his high ideals. His intelligence will be illuminated and enlightened by his intuition. However, he will always have to protect himself from picking up negative energy from people around him.
Bob Zmuda was born on the night of a full moon between three and one-half and seven days after the rising of the moon. This lunar configuration gives him a shining personality, which is apt to communicate and transmit ideas. Throughout his life, Bob will be attracted to the idea of acting as a spokesperson for a cause, idea, or person whose message seems essential to him. He will have to develop his powers of discernment, to determine which subjects or people are really worth his personal commitment.