Author: Jan Scholten
They have a tendency to make themselves bigger in order to overcome their fear of being an anxious child. They think that if they shout and stretch to their full height, others will start fearing them and do not dare to threaten them. It is the tactic of out voicing others, adversaries.
Later in life they try to be successful, to reach a high and powerful position. But underneath there is still the frightened child. Typical seems to be that they take the position of the helper of a successful person. Then they are in the background, out of the spotlight and thus less threatened. At the same time they can borrow from the success. It is like a child helping a parent or a grown-up in order to feel protected and safe. They can even be the ones who do all the work and then their boss gets the glory of it.
They feel as if they are losing everything in a strange world.
They feel lost and confused. They do not know where to go and survive. And they fear to lose what they have, to lose their last resources. And they will be left with nothing in this threatening world.
Delusion: not seen for their true value.
They give themselves up, lose themselves.
The second position; the directory secretary.
They help others to find greatness; they do the work, someone else gets the laurels.
Mistakes, in judging space and time, inaccurate measures, too big, small, diminished, enlarged, thick, thin.
Feels alone, isolated, lonely.
Delusion: ludicrous, strange, weird.