What are your issues?



  • Thanks Captain. What about my daugter. She is born 14.10.2006



  • I'm loving your profile pic TheHangedWoman. Happy days to you! 😄



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  • Sometimes I think I have no real issues, and then there are times I worry I might have way too many..........at least more than the average bear...

    2nd July 1944.

    MzRed



  • TheHangedWoman, you daughter will face issues of -

    CONTROL

    Obsession with running the show or an obsession with having someone more sober to run your show, thus losing faith in your own abilities

    Fear of obsolescence or dispensibility

    Congenital or hereditary risk factors

    Inconsistent health habits

    Illness as submission to parent figure

    Illness as attention-getting device

    Handicaps excluding you from normal competition

    Terror of contamination in relationships

    Fear of making a mistake

    Obsession with health/work because you don't dare get close to people

    Fear of falling ill or being attacked just when things are going well

    Fear of letting go (and letting the Universe take care of you) or making a mistake

    How to get your power back - finding spiritually fulfilling work, surrendering to the protective power of the Universe, discovering your version of God, forgiving, accepting imperfections and chaos, being able to accept criticism, and living for spirit not flesh.

    ESCAPE

    Inability to be around people a lot

    Obsession with spooky sensations

    Thoughts of something going on behind your back

    The belief that pain can be avoided

    Fantasies

    Overinvolvement with fiction

    Wrong medication

    Sorrow nobody knows about

    Religious vs spiritual training

    The urge to deviate

    Belief that good old-fashioned work is to be avoided

    Secretiveness

    Giving in to temptations and seductions in order to escape

    Fear of being controlled

    Running away from commitment to the point where your emotional and/or physical health is harmed

    How to get your power back - curbing your down time and getting back to practical productivity by forcing yourself to work, accepting daily life, being able to receive criticism as well as give it, avoiding exit signs that lead to brick walls, finding out there's no quick fix, standing in the dark and leading blind souls, trading romance for reality, developing craftsmanship, finding fulfillment in the here and now, returning to natural health, diligence and discipline, and utilitarianism.



  • MzRedFlower, your issues are -

    RECOGNITION

    Need for a public identity/to be somebody on your own, apart from the family

    Fear of being a nobody or just an average person

    Purity and innocence vs ambition

    Loving a bad reputation

    Lack of credit

    False sense of success

    People who cheat others out of credit

    Plagiarism

    Society's repressive force

    Mistrust of authority figures

    Lack of faith in parents

    Poor leadership in the home

    Expecting punishment if you shine too brightly

    Fear of being censured or ignored

    How to get your power back - appreciating family, resisting a temptation to seize the floor, avoiding dirty politics, coping with dirty politics, knowing what success is, exposing fraudulence but not succumbing to it, and using a pseudonym to maintain anonymity.

    MARRIAGE

    Staying in a bad relationship too long/leaving prematurely before you can be abandoned

    Obsession with having somebody/fear of being alone

    idealising people/disappointment in one you've leaned on

    Commitment to a self-destructive person

    Embarrassment for what your mate is

    Poor role model from opposite sex* parent

    Men draining women, woman dominating men

    Someone not being there when you need them

    Wanting to be rescued by a white knight

    Getting involved too quickly or dumping someone who bores you

    How to get your power back: by being strong and independent, maintaining your identity as a couple, relating without guilt, allowing people their pain and weakness without feeling you have to cure it, not idealising people then being crushed when they turn out to be human, and shedding false notions about marriage.



  • Dear Captain.

    Thank you for your answer. I pray to God that I will be a good parent and be able to protect my daughter from such problems. Thank you for your assistance.



  • Dear Captain,

    Please tell me what my issues are - DOB is December 5, 1969

    Thank you in advance. I really appreciate the time and effort you put into giving clarity to all of us on these different topics.



  • Dear Captain,

    Please add me in the list. Sep 22,1983. Thank you for the time.



  • Dear Captain,

    And here I thought I was okay for an old broad, lol. Some of those things very definately ring true for me.....a few do not, but now I can be more aware for sure.

    Thank you so much.

    MzRed



  • Monisha5, your issues are -

    CONTROL

    Obsession with running the show or an obsession with having someone more sober to run your show, thus losing faith in your own abilities

    Fear of obsolescence or dispensibility

    Congenital or hereditary risk factors

    Inconsistent health habits

    Illness as submission to parent figure

    Illness as attention-getting device

    Handicaps excluding you from normal competition

    Terror of contamination in relationships

    Fear of making a mistake

    Obsession with health/work because you don't dare get close to people

    Fear of falling ill or being attacked just when things are going well

    Fear of letting go (and letting the Universe take care of you) or making a mistake

    How to get your power back - finding spiritually fulfilling work, surrendering to the protective power of the Universe, discovering your version of God, forgiving, accepting imperfections and chaos, being able to accept criticism, and living for spirit not flesh.

    RECOGNITION

    Need for a public identity/to be somebody on your own, apart from the family

    Fear of being a nobody or just an average person

    Purity and innocence vs ambition

    Loving a bad reputation

    Lack of credit

    False sense of success

    People who cheat others out of credit

    Plagiarism

    Society's repressive force

    Mistrust of authority figures

    Lack of faith in parents

    Poor leadership in the home

    Expecting punishment if you shine too brightly

    Fear of being censured or ignored

    How to get your power back - appreciating family, resisting a temptation to seize the floor, avoiding dirty politics, coping with dirty politics, knowing what success is, exposing fraudulence but not succumbing to it, and using a pseudonym to maintain anonymity.



  • Khatie, your issues are -

    RELIGION

    Fantasies about the perfect mate

    Looking for answers

    Praying to a deaf God

    Absurdity of a college degree

    Pain of education

    Brain damage

    Irrelevance of religion

    Restlessness

    Racial/ethnic prejudice

    Obsession with being sane and/or intelligent to the point where you are seen as a hypocrite

    How to get your power back - making connections and reaching out, learning by doing, renouncing archaic systems of belief, shedding cultural bias, and trusting your own perceptions.

    SECURITY

    Fear of being overrun by your own or other's dependencies/feeling you are not strong or smart enough to move on without family support

    Abandonment issues

    Obsession with personal safety and being takn care of

    Clinging and overprotective attitude towards family

    Inability to detach

    Constant retreat from worldly responsibilities/being so responsible you have to beat people off with a stick to get some peace

    Living with fear of impending eviction

    Dealing with agoraphobia

    Getting stuck with sick parents

    Overinvesting in a traditional family

    Feeling as if the nipple was yanked from your mouth

    Curling up by a fire that went out

    How to get your power back - finding pride in making your own way, resisting the urge to turn everyone into your parents, maintaining professional distance, setting limits and boundaries, shedding inappropriate bonds of intimacy, saying goodbye to conventional bloodlines, rising above your origins, appreciating the career that sustains you, and pursuing success despite a lack of inner tranquillity.



  • MzRedFlower, these are just general lists and all the items will not be relevant to everyone.



  • March 8th 1990.



  • MissChaos, your issues are -

    LOVE:

    Need to be adored and honored

    Addiction to passion without affection

    Obsession with proving your worth through being loved

    A need to fall in love with all the wrong people/an insatiable urge to pursue impossible love

    Unrequited love

    Affairs that go nowhere

    Infantile need for attention

    Propensity for romantic tragedy

    Feeling unwanted and unloved as a child and as an adult

    Obsession with love and novelty to the point of stopping your development around the age of sixteen

    Fear of emotional enslavement/pushing away those who love you

    How to get your power back - allowing others freedom and space, relating more fully to another person, letting children go, giving up personal love for a greater cause, outgrowing the thrill of high-risk gambling, appreciating the vast resources of people at your disposal, and loving all beings - freed from traditional bonds and conventional attachments.

    CONTROL

    Obsession with running the show or an obsession with having someone more sober to run your show, thus losing faith in your own abilities

    Fear of obsolescence or dispensibility

    Congenital or hereditary risk factors

    Inconsistent health habits

    Illness as submission to parent figure

    Illness as attention-getting device

    Handicaps excluding you from normal competition

    Terror of contamination in relationships

    Fear of making a mistake

    Obsession with health/work because you don't dare get close to people

    Fear of falling ill or being attacked just when things are going well

    Fear of letting go (and letting the Universe take care of you) or making a mistake

    How to get your power back - finding spiritually fulfilling work, surrendering to the protective power of the Universe, discovering your version of God, forgiving, accepting imperfections and chaos, being able to accept criticism, and living for spirit not flesh.



  • february 21, 1982



  • Noafeb21, your issues are -

    FREEDOM

    Separations from dear friends

    Being scapegoated

    Being left out/fear of being walked out on unexpectedly

    Not wanting something once you get it

    The disintergration of a tight group

    Uncertain direction

    The politics of democracy

    Cliques and forces eroding group unity

    Feeling you don't belong

    Avoiding intimacy by finding safety in numbers

    Unable or unwilling to give yourself emotionally

    Inability to deal with a 'grownup' love relationship

    Fear of loss of independence and stability

    Fear of being controlled by society's values

    Fear of being trapped by your need for love and sex

    How to get your power back - accepting a parenting role, overcoming fear of being close and needed, enjoying romance without hiding behind groups and causes, letting friends go when they must, not testing people where you know they can't comply, recognising differences between people without judging them, exploring creativity for its own sake, and giving up liberty for personal happiness.

    RECOGNITION

    Need for a public identity/to be somebody on your own, apart from the family

    Fear of being a nobody or just an average person

    Purity and innocence vs ambition

    Loving a bad reputation

    Lack of credit

    False sense of success

    People who cheat others out of credit

    Plagiarism

    Society's repressive force

    Mistrust of authority figures

    Lack of faith in parents

    Poor leadership in the home

    Expecting punishment if you shine too brightly

    Fear of being censured or ignored

    Obsession with being part of a group you don't even want to belong to

    How to get your power back - appreciating family, resisting a temptation to seize the floor, avoiding dirty politics, coping with dirty politics, knowing what success is, exposing fraudulence but not succumbing to it, and using a pseudonym to maintain anonymity.



  • The Captain, was the Independence and love reading for the leo/virgo cusp, or for scorpio. leo/virgo date is 8/20/55 and scorpio is 11/08/52. please do issues, where we can tell what belongs to which one of us , we have ques. about(1) relationship(2) marriage, please address our concerns separately and tailored for us . thank you



  • April 11 1971 thank you 🙂



  • Niblett - sorry, in Australia, we read our dates differently which is why I asked for the date to be written out, not just numbered.

    The Leo/Virgo's issues are -

    COMMUNICATION:

    Frustration at not being heard or understood

    Language barriers

    Speech impediments

    Addiction to immature behaviour

    Instincts that are stronger than conscience

    Needing an audience in oreder to creatively express yourself

    Narrow unhealthy anxious perspective in relationships

    Fear of being thought of as crazy or deluded

    How to get back your power - continuing education, thinking in bigger terms, developing mental faculties that heal splits, shedding the drone of meaningless chatter, developing respect for your own mind, telling the whole truth and nothing but, and searching for wisdom - not an audience.

    FREEDOM

    Separations from dear friends

    Being scapegoated

    Being left out/fear of being walked out on unexpectedly

    Not wanting something once you get it

    The disintergration of a tight group

    Uncertain direction

    The politics of democracy

    Cliques and forces eroding group unity

    Feeling you don't belong

    Avoiding intimacy by finding safety in numbers

    Unable or unwilling to give yourself emotionally

    Inability to deal with a 'grownup' love relationship

    Fear of loss of independence and stability

    Fear of being controlled by society's values

    Fear of being trapped by your need for love and sex

    How to get your power back - accepting a parenting role, overcoming fear of being close and needed, enjoying romance without hiding behind groups and causes, letting friends go when they must, not testing people where you know they can't comply, recognising differences between people without judging them, exploring creativity for its own sake, and giving up liberty for personal happiness.


    The Scorpio's issues are -

    RECOGNITION

    Need for a public identity/to be somebody on your own, apart from the family

    Fear of being a nobody or just an average person

    Purity and innocence vs ambition

    Loving a bad reputation

    Lack of credit

    False sense of success

    People who cheat others out of credit

    Plagiarism

    Society's repressive force

    Mistrust of authority figures

    Lack of faith in parents

    Poor leadership in the home

    Expecting punishment if you shine too brightly

    Fear of being censured or ignored

    Obsession with being part of a group you don't even want to belong to

    How to get your power back - appreciating family, resisting a temptation to seize the floor, avoiding dirty politics, coping with dirty politics, knowing what success is, exposing fraudulence but not succumbing to it, and using a pseudonym to maintain anonymity.

    LOVE:

    Need to be adored and honored

    Addiction to passion without affection

    Obsession with proving your worth through being loved

    A need to fall in love with all the wrong people/an insatiable urge to pursue impossible love

    Unrequited love

    Affairs that go nowhere

    Infantile need for attention

    Propensity for romantic tragedy

    Feeling unwanted and unloved as a child and as an adult

    Obsession with love and novelty to the point of stopping your development around the age of sixteen

    Fear of emotional enslavement/pushing away those who love you

    How to get your power back - allowing others freedom and space, relating more fully to another person, letting children go, giving up personal love for a greater cause, outgrowing the thrill of high-risk gambling, appreciating the vast resources of people at your disposal, and loving all beings - freed from traditional bonds and conventional attachments.


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