Consciousness and The Ideal of Self:
Sage Rosen is searching for stability; Sage Rosen wants to find a firm, unchanging structure for Sage Rosen’s life. But Sage Rosen’s efforts to achieve this ideal are often vain, because unconsciously, Sage Rosen is also inhabited by the opposite desire. Every time Sage Rosen reaches what Sage Rosen believes to be a good balance, Sage Rosen realizes Sage Rosen wants something entirely different. Sage Rosen 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.
At the moment of Sage Rosen’s birth, the two celestial “lights” (the sun and the moon) were symmetrically aligned. This is a portent of harmony between the masculine and feminine archetypes which is extremely beneficial. It is the source of balance and understanding between the two main psychological realms which may be said to compose the personality. Sage Rosen thus enjoys a positive complementarity and understanding between the conscious and unconscious aspects of their psyche, between their determination and their routines, between their drive for self-assertion and their receptivity, their ideal and their sensitivity.
Sage Rosen’s parents almost certainly reflected a positive image of the marriage relationship to them, and it is likely that they encouraged them to develop their own individuality. As a result, Sage Rosen was and is able to be comfortable with themselves as they are instead of striving to attain their parents’ ideal. This has definitely contributed to the maintenance of a good relationship with them and the rest of the family.
In Sage Rosen’s emotional relationships with their peers, one of the effects of the masculine/feminine harmony is that the images their ego projects on the other are especially constructive. The bonds of the relationship are not felt to be constraints, the energy which flows between the two people is a source of mutual happiness, not regret. No major personal conflicts are projected onto the “other” – that is, the significant other.
Sage Rosen has a profound and fertile inner life and a prolific imagination, but their energy resources are not always sufficient to follow through on and accomplish their multitude of dreams. Sage lives in osmosis with their environment, and effort and action take a heavy toll on them. Usually, Sage understands phenomena and events intuitively, without really making any effort; so they are not in the habit of disciplining or shaping their thought processes. Like Sage’s thoughts, their personality is rather amorphous and disorganized. As a result of this lack of structure, Sage may have some trouble asserting their individuality and making some personal contribution to society through their career. Sage’s tendency to shut out reality and dream impossible dreams, like their refusal of responsibility and duty, may be a source of some difficulty for them.
Adaptation and Sensitivity:
An eloquent speaker and compulsive charmer, Sage Rosen has a powerful personal magnetism which may sometimes make him seem arrogant or smug. He cares a great deal about his reputation and will try hard to be admired and appreciated by the people around him. Fond of social events and parties, he likes to be the host, to entertain and charm a captive audience of guests. Indeed, he has special dramatic and artistic talents of the caliber necessary for success in film, theater, fashion, or art in general. He enjoys displaying his generosity, but he also displays a short temper at times; he is easily offended. His partner will have to be a brilliant person, strong and sure of themselves, devoted to him and capable of enhancing his reputation.
Sage Rosen maintains strong ties with their past, and it often seems difficult for them to open their heart to new people. Their love affairs might exist on the surface level, because their lust and sensual desire rarely turn into a need to understand, protect, and care for the other. Moreover, it is difficult for them to meet partners who combine the ideals of the tender parent and the great lover.
Optimistic and happy to be alive, Sage Rosen is a cheerful, communicative, and pleasant associate to have. Rosen’s expansive nature is related to Rosen’s gratification in childhood, which probably occurred in favorable surroundings with a mother or mother figure who was loving, indulgent, and generous. Sage is extremely kind-hearted and gives of Rosen’s self and Rosen’s wealth unstintingly. Rosen’s bountifulness, which many people appreciate somewhat selfishly, may arise from a confusion between Rosen’s desires and reality.
Sage Rosen is extremely sensitive and imaginative, and sometimes has trouble distinguishing dreams from reality. Although Rosen’s bubbling imagination provides an abundant source of inspiration for creative or spiritual evolution, it tends to be less helpful and positive in matters that concern Rosen’s self-assertion as responsible and self-sufficient. In a relationship, Rosen is extremely romantic and does not always see others the way they really are.
Sage Rosen does not always readily reveal themselves, and they tend to protect their sensitivity. They have a penchant for intense emotions. Sexuality is a prominent element in their life, and their relationships, which are usually passionate, are motivated by their desires. They like to understand the hidden side of people, their secret or unconfessed motivations. They would thus find a career which placed them in contact with troubled people especially rewarding.
Love and Sensuality:
Sage Rosen’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.
Sage Rosen’s birth chart indicates an emotional function which is usually expressed carefully and reasonably. Distrustful of emotional urges and somewhat wary of feelings, Rosen tries to rid themselves of all partiality and tries to get some perspective and distance before making an emotional commitment.
According to the foregoing, it appears that Sage Rosen is tormented by contradictory tendencies. Rosen is ardent and often excessive with intense feelings that conflict with their taste for independence. Rosen cannot reconcile themselves to submission, but cannot bear to be lonely, either. However, it is crucial for Rosen to choose a good partner, because intense splits could feel especially disruptive.
Despite Sage Rosen’s reserved and withdrawn demeanor, Sage Rosen tends to attract somewhat excessive partners who may make Sage Rosen’s emotional life a bit wild and difficult. This is why Sage Rosen may fall in love with a jealous, possessive person who will probably have a great influence on Sage Rosen.
Sage Rosen may be characterized by strong sensual and affectionate urges which drive them to seek pleasure. Their need for romantic fulfillment may compel them to marry, because they also seek the legal and social legitimacy the institution of marriage confers on an emotional bond. Indeed, the household is liable to be prosperous and even opulent, as if this offered further evidence that they had indeed achieved success. However, privately, they might be less committed to certain obligations and duties. At worst, they might deny the commitments that their optimism and expansiveness made them rush into too soon. If this were to be the case, the outward image of the couple’s success (wealth and comfort, etc.) would only be a façade which compensated for its emotional impoverishment and failure. Sooner or later, this hypocrisy might provoke a full-blown conflict. A second possibility is that a psychic incompatibility may gradually take root, pitting their romantic nature against the prerogatives of their career.
Sage Rosen has a romantic imagination, soaring with idealism, dreams, and poetry. Sage is emotive and hypersensitive, making Sage especially vulnerable emotionally, since Sage is sometimes overwhelmed by Sage’s feelings and affects. Although Sage seeks an ideal soulmate, a partner with whom Sage could maintain blissful, smooth relations, Sage is sometimes met with disillusionment. Because Sage’s rather excessive sensitivity and Sage’s need to merge with the other are deep and powerful enough, they can submerge Sage’s judgment and discernment, so Sage sometimes forms extremely intense bonds too quickly with individuals who are not appropriate partners in many ways. When Sage meets someone, Sage falls under the enchantment of Sage’s dream of ideal love and cannot keep Sage from delighting in a reverie of future romance, placing the other on a pedestal. Early on in the relationship, Sage yields to another of Sage’s characteristic urges and loses Sage in the individual who is so dear to Sage, melding with them, only to awaken one morning and find Sage as if in the arms of a stranger, greatly astounded and disappointed. Actually, Sage’s psyche is constructed in such a way as to make Sage’s sensitivity a function of the environment, in many cases; it follows the flow of momentary emotions and impressions. Before Sage takes on any major commitments, Sage should make a conscious effort to evaluate the relationship realistically, and see whether the person really reciprocates Sage’s intense love, for Sage may merely be in love with the mirage of an ideal partner. Sage’s tendency to believe in Sage’s illusions may mark Sage as an easy prey for people with bad intentions. It would be a good idea for Sage to find a different object for Sage’s affections, or a form of sublimation, because Sage tends to be so disappointed by Sage’s great emotional investments. The delicacy and subtlety of Sage’s imagination procure artistic refinement for Sage, and Sage loves the arts, music, and literature, which could all be good sources of emotional involvement and fulfillment. Because Sage’s sensitivity also makes it easy for Sage to empathize with the psychological or social difficulties Sage’s peers are struggling with, Sage might also find it rewarding to commit Sage to social work.
Mental and Intellect:
Sage Rosen’s mental aptitudes make them especially good at comparing, evaluating, and weighing information. This intellectual modus operandi has enabled them to develop an innate sense of values, both artistic and ethical, as well as a remarkable ability to relate to other people. Their appreciative, conciliatory attitude makes them a skillful diplomat able to untangle conflict situations deftly and with ease. In other situations, their artistic spirit is sensitive to a wide variety of harmonies.
Sage Rosen Expresses their thoughts and ideas carefully, but with a relative lack of spontaneity. They are rather introverted and look inside themselves for the solutions to the problems they encounter in life. Because they tend to mistrust customary thought patterns, their opinion is usually highly personal.
Sage Rosen’s intellectual faculties and wit are sometimes slowed down because they are turned inward. Because Sage Rosen tends to be oriented toward Sage Rosen, Sage Rosen rarely tries to communicate with others for the simple pleasure of doing so. Indeed, Sage Rosen sometimes feels misunderstood. Moreover, it seems difficult to Sage Rosen to express the complexity of Sage Rosen’s inner perceptions.