Understanding the ASC, MC, DSC, IC
I'm definitely a Greenie when it comes to really understanding these angles, especially the MC.
ASC: Sort of the filter for everything else? The thing people immediately recognize, primal energy, public appearance that comes naturally and without thought.
DSC: approach and attitude towards relationships... self in relationships? piece of self which expresses itself best through relationships. description of private self (because it is opposite ASC?)
MC: professional persona, public image beyond the merely social "grocery-shopping" self described by the ASC. image that one is working for or towards (hence emphasis on its relationship to career?)
IC: this I don't understand at all, is this the private persona one must work? is this how one establishes power and influence on the domestic front (or doesn't do these things?) it has to be different than the DSC. describes childhood but then does the MC describe adulthood?
thanks for any thoughts...