Bouncing is fiery and fire is what Tigger does best. It makes him larger than life. It makes him the most loveable character in the hundred-acre wood.
Yet being larger than life doesn’t always make one happy – despite his or her cheery smile.
“Fiona” is a young Irish woman with a Grand Fire Trine. She has her Sun and Mercury in Sagittarius (gregarious, optimistic, and naïve). Her Saturn (organisation) is in fall in Aries (reckless and impatient). Her Moon (nurturing and belonging) in Leo (proud and confident yet easily duped).
With that fiery line up there’s little surprise her life is a continuing drama.
Her father was the local vicar. He kept his mistress as a housekeeper and worked undercover for British intelligence. According to Fiona, her mother was a mouse who roared only on her way out of the marriage.
Fiona’s friends know her as a ‘good time girl’ who had an enviable sex life – that is before she got married. Seems that now the party is over. Fiona’s husband (who apparently was fine before the marriage) is now impotent.
She can’t understand his problem.
Seeing her Mars (assertion and survival) in detriment in Libra (compliant and evasive) across the MC/AC (4th house/10th house or ‘parental’ axis) we suspect it’s her problem.
One day Tigger loses his famous stripes. He is inconsolable until he learns that it’s what’s ‘inside’ not ‘outside’ that counts.
Likewise Fiona must look within for answers.
But how do you get a fire-type to do that?
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