Robert Pattinson experiences his inner life as a process of growth and maturation, nurtured by his involvement with others and the positive and negative encounters this generates.
Robert Pattinson’s tendency to introversion inclines him to live inside himself, amid his inner world. He is apt to listen to his subjectivity, his intuition, and his secret opinions rather than reason and logic.
Robert Pattinson’s uppermost concern is his personal, subjective interest. Because the development of his personal identity requires great individual freedom of action, he tries to free himself from outer restraints and limitations. Psychologically self-centered, he remains fairly detached from the social world. He reduces such commitments to the strict minimum. Individualistic and egocentric, he derives his feelings of inner security from his ability to command his will and handle his personal involvements freely and openly.
Robert Pattinson lives his life mainly on the emotional level; his behavior and attitudes toward life are the product of his need for security. However, this may take a toll on his intellectual and social faculties, and his optimism and faith in life may suffer. Endowed with great pragmatism and considerable strength of will, his life will easily stabilize. Because of his stolid personality, he takes few risks, rarely tends to visualize the future, and does not readily seek out other people.
Although Robert Pattinson may not necessarily notice the fact about himself because he is so strongly engaged in actions, feelings, or material concerns, he sometimes lacks sound judgment. This impairment arises from a difficulty in obtaining perspective on himself and his life. He may be puzzled by his troubled relations with others.
He must make an effort to detach himself from his personal reaction and observe it from an objective, more distant standpoint. If not, he is likely to find himself under stress or pressure because he did not give enough prior thought to tactics and strategy.
He may also experience dissatisfaction in his intimate relationships because he might struggle to get in sync with others.
He gives little time or respect to anyone he sees as too “intellectual,” because he resists adapting to new ideas and viewpoints. In fact, an idea that rubs him the wrong way mentally and/or emotionally may elicit an explosive reaction. Self-analysis can be challenging for him and he tends to refuse to develop a solid, permanent idea of himself – and this plays a lot of tricks on him.