My hippie side comes out sometimes. Except I believe that astrology finds her roots in ancient times, and far deeper than Sixties. Simple wisdom.
I like to investigate, not the future, but the traits of charachter and birth chart. In brief, I am costantly looking for answers. And I admit that I am finding too. This time I was surfing my North Node (soul mission), which I keep for another time, and I found this intuitive ginger girl very intriguing. She was explaining how Chiron in tenth house was dealing with an abusive autority, which can be a father figure, or teachers, or bosses. Bingo. Not quite. Only after gone exploring her channel, I found more details about my wound. And I remind you that I have been recording about my father this week… holy shit 🙂
“Out of every tragedy, ” she said, “comes new strength.”Diana x
If you want to calculate your Birth Chart, and see where is your Chiron, check out the link here https://astro.cafeastrology.com/natal.php
The wound of identity is when we feel we don’t have the right to exist.
The following part of this article is credit of https://astrobutterfly.com/
Aries is the very first sprout to emerge from the soil in the spring, choosing life, choosing to ‘get out there’ into the world, and express itself. Chiron is where we feel wounded, ashamed, broken, and inadequate. Chiron in Aries is about the greatest wounds of all – the wound of identity.
Symptoms of the identity wound
- “I am nobody” – an overall feeling of emptiness and disconnection
- “I am not enough” – a desire to “prove” oneself
- “If I don’t fit in, I don’t exist” – a desire to be liked by everyone
- A tendency to copy other people, but at the same time a lack of defining role models
- A desire to remain unnoticed, a fear of expressing one’s opinions and beliefs
- Difficulty to connect with one’s body or feelings
- …or on the contrary, a continuous to prove one’s uniqueness by behaving oddly
- A tendency to hurt oneself, physically or psychologically – self-inflicted wounds, abuse of drugs, alcohol and medication, overworking, feeling ‘numb’
How to Overcome the Wound of Identity with Chiron in Aries
What can you do about your feelings of worthlessness? Can you heal your wound of identity?
No achievement, no money or success can heal this wound – because being you is not about becoming something you are not, but is about learning to accept that it is OK to be you!
Chiron in Aries will ask you to address and heal – once and for all – the wound of identity, a wound that we are all born with.
Chiron in Aries is about taking responsibility for your existence, is about being present with your wounds, with your pain and with your shame.
Show yourself despite the pain. You are going to feel it, no doubt. But no matter what, you need to show up, do what you need to do, take a step forward, to BE YOU.
You are Here for a Reason
Your existence is the very proof you deserve to BE. There is a reason why out of billions of genetic possibilities, it was YOU who made it.
Yes, not only you have the right to exist, but you are here for a reason. You were born with a unique mission.
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