Christian Psychic Readings & Astrology Charts for All Faiths

Asteroid Jung(11518)


I have the asteroid Jung conjunct my Sun. That which conjuncts your Sun defines you, for better or worse. There is really no “worse”. God created every person with a LIFE PLAN. The life plan is revealed by the natal chart. The natal chart depicts our EARTH SUIT. For some people, the earth suit is very much more difficult than for others. However, who is one to really judge when God made the chart? Face yourself and heal! In the case of the Jung Asteroid, we are given a gift because we can simply study his body of work and draw conclusions. I will list some of his quotes, so we can get a sense of this amazing man.

The word ‘happy’ would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness.
Some people want to keep all of life on the “light and happy”. This is not consistent with good emotional and mental health. These natives are in a great deal of denial and there is little hope for an authentic life.

Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people.

Jung admonishes us that we must face our own darkness, in order to have any real understanding of human nature

I think the practical lesson of the Jung asteroid is to face oneself, with all of one’s meandering inner nooks and crannies. Shakespeare, another brilliant individual, of course, admonishes us to do the same. To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man.

8 thoughts on “Asteroid Jung(11518)

  1. amiannS

    I have Jung conjunct my sun as well, plus those other asteroids that I’m not fond of. I’m still coming to terms with them and trying to find the positive. I have been through a lot my whole life, but these past couple of years have been the toughest so far. I’m trying to do self reflection and working on all my issues.

    I have my true node in the 8th house, which can be related to inheritance and other people’s money. It’s been one of the themes of my life. Let’s just say that I’m entitled to things in my family, but it hasn’t been given to me. I’m learning to let go of things and moving on.

    During these past couple of years, I have had to be brutally honest with myself, perhaps this is where Jung comes in to play. I know I can never depend on family for anything. Sometimes people get away with cheating and stealing. Life isn’t fair. I’m slowly getting my life back together and not looking back. I need to deal with things head on instead of feeling sorry for myself.

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