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Sun opposition Jupiter

Being born with Sun opposition Jupiter may give you difficulties when it comes to expanding your horizons and venturing outside of your comfort zone. Pressure to grow or explore may often feel like an imposition on your sense of stability and identity, and when you are forced to take risks or push your luck, you may have a tendency to overestimate what you can achieved. You may have an internal struggle to control Jupiter’s expansive nature, which can be shown as an inflated ego, over-exuberance, and excesses in pleasure-seeking. Ups and downs in life are possible concerning wealth, happiness and relationships, and it may be difficult to remain happy or content during these growing pains, with the sensation that you may feel unfulfilled and even unlucky. Once a personal integration is found within you, then generosity, optimism, good cheer and prosperity will become strongest points. Popularity and even fame is possible with this astrological configuration. As with all Sun versus Jupiter aspects, the energy can often be best expressed through philosophy, religion and spirituality, travel, studies, and involvement in social causes.

Sun opposition Jupiter

When Sun opposition Jupiter, it means that you were born around the time of the midpoint of the Jupiter retrograde transit, when Jupiter is in its brightest phase in the night sky. You have a growth-oriented personality that is drawn toward cultivating fellowship within your relationships based upon shared interests and meaning. There may be some inner tension between your drive and determination with your social awareness of group dynamics. For example, your desire for achievement, personal power, and taking on leadership roles will be counterbalanced by the importance you place upon sharing your charitable spirit with others generously. Ideally you can discover a larger social cause you can be active within that allows you to work toward uplifting others. This will also give you an expansive role to cultivate for yourself. It will be important to pursue work in the world that aligns with the personal philosophy you find meaningful. You will undergo inner conflict and turmoil if you strive for personal power in a way that is at odds with your ethical considerations.

Sun opposition Jupiter can be great achievers

Although their intentions are generally good, people with the challenging aspect of Sun opposition Jupiter are given to overdoing things. They can easily gloss over realistic details and get themselves into debt, overindulge in pleasures such as food and drink, and promise more than they can deliver. For the most part, they find help for their excesses. Somebody’s there to bail them out, as plenty of people believe that their hearts are in the right place. Generally, this is the case, but if excessive behavior becomes a pattern, and the natives continually face light consequences, there is the danger that they will not learn from their mistakes and abuse the “system”, relying on their friends and family to help them out a little too often. Their reputation for being good people, thus, can eventually be used to further their purposes. Many people with the Sun opposition Jupiter aspect don’t fall into the trap of losing their sincerity. They are generous, helpful, and charitable. Still, the tendency to live beyond their means is a real possibility that many struggle with much of their lives. Another thing to watch for is depression. These people tend to go through periods of intense highs when they are excessively optimistic. These periods are so marked that they seem to be unnatural and a fall seems to be inevitable. They can make promises they intend to keep, but have a problem with follow-through. Self-control can be a real problem, but over time, it’s possible to work on discipline. Usually quite knowledgeable and generous with their time, Sun opposition Jupiter people have many talents that they may take for granted.


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