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How important is Psyche in synastry?

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How important is Psyche in synastry?


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Psyche means perseverance of love, connection of a psychic nature, awakening of intuition, soul seeking completion, and is pretty significant in synastry.

Answered about 3 years ago
owly 5850

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It’s more likely that the sun person activates the inner psyche of the other…as in the psyche person will become more aware of themselves and how they function. The psyche person may be very drawn to the sun and be prepared to go that extra mile too. In myth psyche had a heap of quests to do before she could get back with Eros…

updated 8 months ago
hieronimuss 4007
from United States
Answered almost 3 years ago
hieronimuss 4007
from United States

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There isn’t much information online concerning Psyche in synastry. There is a book you can order from Amazon: Asteroids in Synastry by Emma Belle Donath

With Psyche in conjunction it could very well mean a deep soul connection or soul mates from what I have read.

“Psyche into life” can be put in many ways. Most simply I mean the freeing of psychic phenomenon from the curse of the analytical mind. This involves reflection upon the analytical mind, realizing its predilections for psychopathology and the fact that psychology has become a massive yet subtle system for distorting the psyche into a belief that there is something “wrong” with it and, accordingly, for analyzing its imagination into diagnostic categories. Moving the psyche into life means moving it, not from its sickness, but from its sick view of itself …

The helping professions- education, social work, pastoral counseling, psychotherapy- all must envision suffering and illness as something “wrong.” They have a vested interest in psychology as it is now conceived. They must see sickness in the soul so they can get in there and do their job. But suppose the fantasies, feelings, and behavior arising from the imaginal part of ourselves are archetypal in their sickness and thus natural. Suppose they are authentic, belonging to the nature of man; suppose even that their odd irrationalities are required for life, else we wither into rigid stalks of reason.“ –James Hillman, The Myth of Analysis: Three Essays in Archetypal Psychology , pages 3 – 4

Answered 8 months ago
hieronimuss 4007
from United States

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