"With the Sun positioned in the 10th house of your natal chart, you have agreed to apply the hard-earned expertise of your Sun sign to the ambitious pursuit of worldly success. This means that you must now use the powerful influence of your solar degree to become a powerful somebody in the outside world. Not to worry. With your political savvy, you know your powerful way around the inside track, which is ultimately a good thing because, officially, you’re here to establish your place in society by rising to a position of authority. No wonder you’re chronically compelled to impress the powers that be. You have a rendezvous with destiny to become one yourself, and you will, but only through the trials and tribulations of courageously calling the shots, respectfully running the show, and, oh yes, honorably following the rules, not manipulating them.
Accessing your maximum potential depends on your ability to demonstrate the responsible use of power, but not without first keeping your soul’s promise to devote your earthly elbow grease to the hard work of earning it. That explains why the cosmos expects you to shine with supremacy when it comes to all aspects of parental authority, professional status, and public leadership. It also explains why every one of your occupational achievements is sure to be the result of your own father’s recognition or, as is more often the cosmic case, motivated by the lack of it.
Either way, with your Sun committed to the global goldfish bowl of the 10th house, you’ll find that you just can’t avoid the spotlight of success whenever you’re out there really trying to earn it.
Nor, for that matter, can you escape the white-hot notoriety of public scrutiny whenever you’re not trying. After all, you did come into a world that was universally prepared to expect great things of you, a world that, as far as you’re concerned, seems to be constantly waiting for you to accomplish something, while never letting you get away with anything.
That’s because you were born at that time of day when the Sun was climbing to its highest point in the sky. A time when we only have to lift our eyes to see a brilliant star reach its most powerful peak. Evidently, the universe is expected no less from you.
Your Lazy Sun Syndrome Complaint: “I never get the recognition I deserve;” “Why is everyone always in my business?”
From Cosmic Karma, by Marguerite Manning"