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for James Hanratty [Adb], born on 4 October 1936
Text by Liz Greene, Copyright © Astrodienst AG 2014

I. Introduction

This short extract gives you a taste of your personal "Career and Vocation" horoscope by Liz Greene. The small samples taken from various chapters convey an impression of the complete vocation horoscope (18-25 pages) which can be ordered as an E-Horoscope or a bound book in the AstroShop.

When we are children, people say to us, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" At that age, we usually have dreams. When we are children, we are still capable of hearing the voice of the soul. As we grow older, the questions change. There is no longer time for dreaming; we must now "face reality" and think about how to survive in the big, bad old world.

This astrological report is about your vocation. It is meant to help you get a sense of what you might be good at and what might be good for you, so that your working life has a meaning as well as a pay cheque.

II. How You See the World

This chapter briefly describes your personal perspective on life and explains how you can best express this in your career.

III. Your aptitudes and strengths

This chapter, which contains 8-10 pages, is one of the most comprehensive sections in the "Career and Vocation" horoscope. Here is a short selection of three samples from the numerous aptitudes described in the complete report.

An honest and realistic understanding of your fundamental strengths can help you to orientate yourself in the world and put your energy into areas where you can hope to shine and achieve at least many of your most cherished goals.

[..] You may find yourself pushed to your limits by those who have discovered that you can be trusted to do things reliably and well. Make sure your boundaries are firm, and learn to say "No!", strongly if necessary, so that you do not wind up "carrying the can" for lazier souls. Place a [...]

[..] Consider fields such as psychotherapy, for you would appreciate the discipline of a sound training and the confidence and sense of security it gives, and at the same time satisfy your need to delve into spheres which are anything but mundane. Some area of the arts might [...]

[..] From the world of the theatre to the world of gourmet restaurants, there are many spheres where your appetites -physical as well as emotional - could be satisfied. Best of all would be a sphere of work which combines financial stability and high rewards, beauty and taste, [...]

IV. Know Your Limits

This chapter describes your personal limitations and suggests how you can deal with these in your professional life. In the complete horoscope, this chapter is about 5-7 pages in length. Please click here to read a complete sample report

Recognising your innate limitations can help you to focus your energy in the right direction and get the maximum fulfilment from your work.

[..] You have intimations of subtler levels of reality, and are more receptive to life's mysteries than is sometimes comfortable. Yet it is in this less tangible realm that you might find inspiration to turn a well-paying job into a meaningful anchoring of inner values and dreams. You may [...]

[..] Try not to let your pragmatism trap you in work which is stable and financially rewarding but which requires you to struggle within the confines of too many codes and limits. If you do this, you may burst out in anger or sheer frustration, and endanger what you are trying [...]

V. Working with Others

The two final chapters of "Career and Vocation" deal with the way you work together with your colleagues in your everyday working life, and what success means to you personally.

One of the most important factors to consider in terms of your direction in life is how you work with others. Everyone has his or her own style of relating in the working environment; everyone has different needs and requirements.

VI. What Success Really Means to You

When people speak of "success", they generally mean a position of importance in the world's eyes, or a job that yields lots of money and all the material pleasures and comforts that implies. But success, in terms of the deeper issue of vocation, is a highly individual thing that means different things to different people.

Career and Vocation, Horoscope by Liz Greene
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