This short extract gives you a taste of the personal "Child's Horoscope" by Liz Greene. The small samples taken from various chapters convey an impression of the complete horoscope (18-25 pages) which can be ordered as an E-Horoscope or a bound book in the AstroShop.Most parents long to provide their children with the best they can offer on every level. But what is "the best"? The birth horoscope of a child is a map of patterns and potentials which exist in that child from the moment of birth. Encouragement of these potentials in childhood can help a child to develop greater confidence and hope for a future which is more authentically his or her own, so that greater happiness and fulfillment are possible later in life. II. Your Child's Psychological Type
In this concise chapter Liz Greene describes the child's general temperament and his characteristic approach to life.The rich array of individual abilities and potentials portrayed in Oliver's birth horoscope is set against the background of an inherent temperament bias which may be partly hereditary but is also the reflection of a mysterious essence which belongs to him alone. This mysterious "something" is already at work within Oliver, helping him to develop his personality along the lines which are healthiest and most natural to him. [..] He needs to loosen up, not be tightened up through the pressure of being made to feel "bad". Emotionally loaded lines such as "If you don't do what I want you're a selfish and unfeeling child," and high-handed commands like "Do it because I say so", delivered in an effort [...] III. The Characters in the Story
This is one of the most comprehensive chapters of the "Child's Horoscope". This short version touches only on a few of the central characters in your child's personality. The complete report provides a detailed description on 7-9 pages.The tension between the main characters in Oliver's inner story is the source of energy which provides the impetus for growth, movement and the formation of a healthy individuality. [..] He recoils from anything base, coarse or brutish, whether on the physical or the emotional level, and in early childhood may show his distress at prolonged exposure to this rougher side of life through constant crying or psychosomatic symptoms. He is not "weak" or cowardly. But [...] [..] His natural fastidiousness and rather introverted need for quiet may make him withdraw from the rough-and-tumble of the playground, and he is likely to be rather shy when it comes to making new friends. Sensitive and discriminating, he will recoil from more aggressive children, [...] Hidden traits [..] In early childhood his emotions may erupt in a perfectly ordinary way, but as he increasingly forms as an individual he will begin to conceal and even disown his cruder feelings and needs. Yet such basic instincts are not only healthy and natural they can also offer him [...] IV. Emotional Needs and Patterns in Relationships
This chapter contains valuable information on the child's basic needs and the relationship with his parents. The complete horoscope covers this chapter on 5-6 pages.Every child has particular ways in which he or she experiences and seeks emotional contact with others, and this may not always accord with other, more dominant personality traits. [..] Also, it is through experiencing difficulties in relationship separations, quarrels, disappointments and discovering that the love is still there that he gradually builds up a solid and permanent sense of bonding. For this reason friends whom he makes in childhood will [...] [..] Because Oliver longs to share his father's feelings and inner world of dreams, the quality of the time father and son spend together is extremely important even if work pressures or family conflicts necessitate periodic separations. Parental battles should never be used [...] V. Fears and Insecurities
Knowing about their child's fears can help parents to react with love and understanding in challenging situations. The child's main fears and insecurities are described on 2-3 pages in the full report.VI. Looking toward the future
Many parents wonder about the future of their child. Every child has his own way to develop his potential. What this means for the individual child is described on 2-3 pages in chapter six of the complete Child's Horoscope. Please click here to read a complete sample horoscope.