There are several different sides to your character. Your strongest attribute, your significant potential for spiritual awareness, is probably of little importance during your youth and adolescence. It usually becomes more prominent during your early twenties but is probably not fully developed until you’re at least in your thirties. Many people with this special potential, curiously enough, are hardly aware of the great gift they possess. If you choose to use and develop this ability, though, you may be able to act as a channel for special spiritual understanding. As this potential develops, others may recognize and appreciate your knowledge and wisdom, and you may be asked to share your understandings.
During your early years — and during your adult years if you choose not to develop your spiritual side — the other facets of your character, described below, are probably of more significance than the spiritual aspect of your personality. During those early years, you may experience a good deal of nervous tension. There’s likely to be a reserved and introspective side to you, and some of your youth and adolescence may be spent in improving your communication and learning to feel comfortable with other people. During your early years, you’ll struggle to balance your various interests and desires. You’ll sometimes take care of one, sometimes another, but rarely to your complete satisfaction. As you get older, you’ll begin to understand how to make the best use of your diverse capabilities.
You have a fine analytical mind and are capable of much in the way of learning. You probably have the potential to understand fundamental truths as well as the capacity to search for ultimate meanings. You may involve yourself in complex technical, scientific or philosophical studies. One of your major lessons in life is to use your abilities to learn the peace of mind which can only come from knowing yourself and accepting and expressing your deepest feelings. You are likely to enjoy meditation or similar practices aimed at inner development.
When you use your spiritual awareness, you probably intuitively perceive a great deal about the non-material world — and religious, psychic or metaphysical forces. Other people will see your ability to act as a channel for these awarenesses. You may receive some recognition for your efforts when you transmit your unique knowledge and increased perception of the deepest truths to others. You may want to devote yourself to a career in which these spiritual forces play an important role.
— Your 2 Expression:
That intuitive and spiritual side is a primary part of your character. There are other aspects of your personality which contribute to the overall picture even though they’re of lesser importance than your intuitive side. When some of these lesser characteristics conflict with that inner-directed side, the inner-directed side usually determines your course.
You are a very sensitive person with an extreme awareness of your own and others’ feelings. Because you are so touched by the subtleties of everyone’s emotions, you can understand a great deal from a word, a gesture or even an unspoken thought. Others will recognize this sensitivity and turn to you for the support and understanding you can provide. With this ability, you may choose to work with groups of people where your diplomatic approach and sensitivity can be of much help. Although you may become hurt or resentful in your younger years because of your unusual sensitivity, you will probably learn to use your responsiveness for your own and others’ benefit.