Aquarius On First House Cusp
Aquarius in 1st House – Aquarius on the cusp of the First House
You identify yourself through your social circles and group associations and affiliations. You may also identify yourself your your technological knowledge or proficiencies.
You likely identify yourself as a unique individual, yet you also want to know that your individuality makes a contribution to something that cares for others or serves humanity well in some way.
Your sense of self is rooted in your ability to be important in a group or team dynamic. Be aware that whether you are seeking affiliation or shunning it, you depend on others to give you your sense of self, and that without a group to join or rebel against, you may not be able to easily define yourself…for yourself.
The karmic responsibility of 1st House in Aquarius is the full development of a personality which would be relating to life itself, facing the reality of self. Aquarians tend to be too futuristic, their heads in the clouds and their feet not on the ground. They must become realistic about themselves and about others and about life.
Too often the Aquarius ascendant can be a nonconformist individual, the rebel, the revolutionary, and as stated before, too futuristic. They must learn to live within the present, the ever-eternal now.
The negative qualities Aquarius on the cusp of the First House could be being unpredictable, unreliable, often irrational. This irrationality appears in the eyes of others, although the Aquarian feels that he is being rational.
The ascendant sign gives the qualities that other people see as the personality and therefore is much more visible. They not only wish to tear down existing standards and ways of doing things, but they resent any authority which would try to prevent them from having that freedom.
There is also a certain degree of irresponsibility with Aquarius on the cusp of the first house, and might often appear to others as being irresponsible when it comes to life itself.
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