Valid during many months: This critical influence could awaken considerably conflicting emotions within you. You might have an increasing urge to finally tell someone straight to their
face what you think of them, while at the same time being ashamed of having such hurtful and spiteful feelings. Others will possibly have difficulty coping with you at the present time,
so that you are more reliant than usual on their patience and understanding. The best thing you can do now is to be compassionate with yourself. Your inner unrest is an unmistakable sign
that something is coming to light which has long been causing havoc in the depths of your unconscious. Most people bury the emotional pain resulting from rejection, embarrassment or
experiences of ridicule and abandonment deep within their psyche, without ever venting the rage and hate which accompany it.
Problems with colleagues or rows within the family could trigger powerful emotions which no longer stand in relation to the outer events. If you now have to cope more often with feelings
of rage and aggression, this is probably because you are stronger and more able to deal with such emotions and the reactions they cause in others. Just admit to having such unpleasant
feelings! Only then will you become increasingly able to react to situations in a more appropriate way, and not to punish people for things which they are not responsible for. Rage is a
completely natural emotion which protects us, often arising in situations in which we suffer injustice. If your upbringing has made you incapable of expressing such feelings, you will
continue to feel helpless, used, guilty and at the mercy of others, denying yourself the chance to fight back.