Bryan Talbot becomes aware of the weaknesses which may be holding him back and preventing his evolution. He begins by becoming aware of the preference for illusion which may be holding him back, and his hypersensitivity which may be preventing him from progressing. He then looks at his emotionalism which may be preventing him from taking action, and his lack of self-confidence which may be preventing him from succeeding. Finally, he looks at his guilt which may be hindering his progress.
Bryan Talbot tends to be restless and impatient. His dissatisfaction sometimes compels him to launch himself into an energetic effort to transform society. Because he has the ability to conceive of fairly radical models for social change, he sometimes demonstrates a desire to spearhead a progressive movement. However, his determination to impose his own ideas forcefully could turn off people he is so eager to help. He will do well to realize that only a transpersonal vision of the world (that is, a vision which transcends his own personal ego problems) is appropriate nourishment for the archetypes which could bring about a real transformation and improvement of social structures.