Your Inner Visionary Revealed #ElonMusk #JimHenson

We all have a visionary within.

All of us.

Just because your inner visionary does or does not conform to societal standards about what a visionary should be, doesn’t make your inner visionary any less important.

            For instance, maybe your inner visionary daydreams about fabulous interior design layouts.

Still an inner visionary.

Will your inner visionary revolutionize society? Maybe. Maybe not. Your inner visionary needs to be honored for its uniqueness either way.

            Believe it or not, in some people the inner visionary shows up as a preternatural capability to envision what might go wrong. These inner visionaries are very helpful! They help us avoid a lot of trouble. Even though they may seem like a wet blanket during bright forward glancing conversations, they are actually the exact inner visionaries we want and need around!

            Your particular inner visionary can be relatively easily spotted by taking a peek at your astrological birth chart. Specifically, we want to look at the position of Neptune. In an astrological birth chart Neptune represents the archetype of hope, faith, wonder, and dazzling entrancement. Neptune is broadly associated with spirituality, imagination, and dreams. The position of Neptune in the chart and the other planetary archetypes that Neptune combines with tell us a lot about your style of “envisioning.”

            For instance, one of the most abundantly hopeful, bright and positive combinations of inner visionary shows up when Neptune is in alignment with Jupiter, the archetype of abundance, success, and high culture.

            On the other end of the spectrum, the archetypal combination that tends toward envisioning what is wrong and negative, involves Neptune aligning with Saturn, the archetype of the time, fear, and mundane limitations.

            So what happens if an individual has Neptune aligned with both Jupiter and Saturn?

            We end up with someone like Elon Musk. Musk, founder of Space X and one of the most picture perfect examples of a visionary today, says this about the future, “To have a future that is inspiring and appealing…there have to be reasons that you get up in the morning and you want to live. Why do you want to live? What’s the point? What inspires you? What do you love about the future?...If the future does not include being out there among the stars, and being a multi-planet species, I find it incredibly depressing.” So we see the big abundant hopeful (Jupiter) vision (Neptune) painted against a backdrop of fear and limitation (Saturn). Watch the video here.

            Others born with both Jupiter and Saturn aligned with Neptune include Jack Vance, author of novels about brightly imagined (Neptune) high cultures (Jupiter) of the past that have been lost to time (Saturn). Jim Henson demonstrated his Jupiter/Saturn/Neptune alignment in his movie The Dark Crystal, in which shadowy fear and despair (Saturn) temporarily separates a world of imagination (Neptune) from its hopeful brightness (Jupiter).

            Neptune in your chart could be combined with one (or both) of these archetypes. Or it could be combined with the Moon, or Venus, or Mars, or any other planetary combination. Once you understand the unique style of your own inner visionary, you have a new side of yourself to accept into your fold and a new lane to explore in the terrain of your full potential.

            To find out the position of Neptune in your natal chart, which other planetary archetypes it is combined with, and what it all means, click here.