The ego, which in astrology is related to the Sun and the fifth house, is necessary but, how can we balance our ego to have healthy relationships with ourselves, with others and with society?
A. I get that a healthy ego is one that is in balance. When the scale is weighted in one direction your ego can become too large and you lose the ability to be truly humble and empathetic. An ego that is too low creates self doubt, depression and negative feelings around self worth.
The real question is "How to put your ego in check or balance?" Work at being of service to others while also put effort into being service to self (without guilt). Giving to others and helping people balances out time given to take care of yourself. This practice or thought nurtures your subconscious and aids in balancing the ego.
Q. An interesting question came up in my mind as I came across things that happened to various celebrities and sportspeople that have went public against President Trump. Examples of events include a celebrity's home being destroyed in a hurricane, their acting career being derailed by sex scandals, an athlete getting injured or suffering a poor performance, etc. All of these things happen in some form a while after their negative comments against him emerge in the media and Trump supporters have labeled these happenings part of the Trump Curse. Is there truth to the Trump Curse being legit or is a lot of that merely a coincidence?
A. When I tune into this I see that the negative events these celebrities experienced had nothing to do with Trump himself (or his administration). It is more about putting / spreading negativity which brings it back into their life (the Law of Attraction at work). It's ok to have an opinion (everyone does), but it is what you do with it, and how you express it that matters. If you don't like something or someone, inspire a positive change, like focusing on finding a good running candidate for your party, volunteer, create opportunity (that is a positive focus for the greater good) which brings positivity and light into your life.
As I scanned the attached article (link above) to tune into this question, I see that a sampling of Trump supporters also made unfair judgment saying these celebrities deserved what they got (I get the journalist crafted their words to allude the few people interviewed were representative of a large amount of Trump supporters, which is not true, and an anti-Trump journalism tactic). This isn't a matter of "getting what you deserve" but rather drawing the negativity back to their life. The Trump supporters that did agree with the statements most likely drew some form of negativity back to themselves as well.
I'm left with hearing "Some that oppose Trump want to blame him for all the wrong doings and events they see. This comes from a place of emotion and not logic." We are dealing with The Universe striving for balance and the Law of Attraction which are both powerful forces to be reckoned with. Much more powerful than Trump.
Q. Hi Lynn, some people believe that Donald Trump is the reincarnation of Hitler. Do you see truth in this, or a connection between the two? Thank you.
- Ego. Both had large ones. That translated into self-confidence and helping them to be successful at achieving their goal. It did; however, look to prevent them from being humble. It's like they know the hard working people around them, but have a hard time truly relating.
- Vision. They see what they want, and have the drive to get there.
- Intelligence. Both look to have a high IQs
- Political Correctness: Neither one has or values it. They will say what they think and not think twice. You know where you stand and what they think.
- Poor "Poker Face": Again, they don't hide what they think. Very direct.
- High Expectations: Don't accept less than the best
- Value Logic over Emotion
- Both Oppose/Opposed the PTW (Powers That Were) and will be vilified for it.