How does Aquarius learn to deal with "community" when they have so little empathy?

I refer to the sign, not the "person". As a sign, Aquarius is said to be 'detached", remote, etc. How do they learn to deal with the collective (which is what they are said to be expected to do) when the sign is known for such emotional distance? Or is this detachment in some way useful to Aquarius for this ?

Asked By: ḯґḯṧℌ ẘґ☤ṧ⊥ ẘ@☂ḉ♄ - 6/29/2011
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I think for Aquarius, detachment means to distance oneself from emotions. Aquarians enjoy being part of a club, a community , a group of some kind, but when they are involved, its usually mental and not emotional. They arent equipped to deal well with the emotions that arise from a situation they work in, but they... More
Answered By: Go Go f****h Ranger - 6/29/2011
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Aquarius are also humanitarians, so dealing with 'community' comes very naturally. True we are detached, but that does not equate an inability to express empathy. We are not sociopaths.
Answered By: Ava - 6/29/2011
It is not because Aquarians have no empathy. Aquarius rules the 11th house of friends, groups, associations, and goals. The 11th house is considered to be what one "wishes for" in life. Aquarius wants all humans of this planet to get along with each other. That is the goal. That is why they are often involved with... More
Answered By: Amethyst33 - 6/29/2011
when dealing with the community it is very possible to work from afar and yet still cater to their needs.
Answered By: Love You Like A Love Song Baby - 6/29/2011
In my opinion, dealing with the community does in fact require a certain distance and a certain quietening of empathy. I feel that it is quite natural that Aquarius symbolically represents a distance from emotions and yet a desire to help and build on a wider scale... More
Answered By: Sparrowbird - 7/1/2011
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