In whatever astrological house (area of life) your Pluto is placed in, you might have a “fail for spite” attitude (that’s what she called it).
Especially if you have a strong Pluto, you subconsciously cause yourself to fail over and over again in that area of life just to say “i told you so!” to yourself.
Maybe in an even traumatic scenario, you’ve failed there before and you’ve gained a “oh whatever who even cares about that i dont need that” attitude towards that area of life and you will “fail for spite” just to proof yourself that you will never amount to anything there.
You try to convince yourself that you’ve been destined not to succeed in that area of life so you avoid it and/or fail in it by will (subconsciously).
|Become the phoenix rising from his own ashes!|
Become really clear about what area of life you are denying, where you dont allow yourself any succes just to prove yourself the idea youve been holding that youve been destined to fail.
Really beocme aware of it and then admit that you really used to suck horribly in that area of life. USED to.
You will not subconsciously cause your own failure anymore.
You will now work towards becoming that plutonian phoenix rising out of his own ashes.
Your pluto area of life can actually become your strongest point once youve been through the death and rebirth / transformation process.
The only problem is, you will have to die and turn to ashes before you can rise out of them as a phoenix.
Transformations are a really hard thing but they will be rewarded higher than you could ever imagine.
In Greek Mythology, Hades (the greek equivalent of Pluto) is the god of the underworld and he, as well, stands for death and rebirth.
In our western society nowadays, these are seen as bad things, but, actually, Hades used to be on one level with Zeus and Poseidon, because people understood that destruction is a form of creation and something has to die for something better to blossom.
Today, however, Hades is often portrayed as Satan-like, simply because he rules the underworld. This used to not be anything negative though.
|Zeus, Hades and Poseidon (Brothers aww)|
Fully acknowledge your plutonian problem and start conducting your tranformation consciously. Force yourself to try again and again, even after failure and keep in mind that once you’ve been through this transformation, you’ve been destined to become great in that area of life. Really believe in that.
You cannot be great at something if you havent been good before. You cannot be good at something if you havent been okay before. You cannot be okay if you havent sucked and you cannot improve if you never try.
Lose that “oh who needs that anyways im destined to fail so whatever” mentality.
That is the Plutonian Lesson.
It will be hard but it will be rewarded.
Become that phoenix.