challenges and difficulties
Sheridan doubts her own intelligence and mental capacities, and she may work very hard at studies in order to compensate for this. Ann is often overly serious and disinterested in light or superficial conversation. Spontaneous communication, social give-and-take, and making small talk are likely to be difficult for her.
Her childhood or her relationship with her parents was restrictive, unloving or unhappy in ways that may prevent Ann from allowing other people to get close to her in later life. Ann Sheridan feels that she was deprived in one form or another, regardless of whether she actually was or not. Her early life - at least as Sheridan remembers it - may have been marked by emotional separation or repression of her needs and feelings. Forgiving her parents and/or letting go of any resentments she has about the limitations that she experienced early in her life is crucial. Also, Ann Sheridan needs to build her own solid foundation, and investing time and energy into her home, domestic relationships, and inner life can help Ann accomplish this task.
She is suspicious of groups, crowds, and social organizations. Sheridan is quick to pick up on social charades and insincerity and avoids the limelight and glamour. Ann Sheridan is direct and to the point in speech and manner, stubborn and inflexible, and often unwilling to communicate her innermost feelings and thoughts.
Ann Sheridan tends to be very sensitive to her surroundings and is strongly influenced by the prevailing conditions surrounding her. Ann may feel that she has more obligations than she can properly handle, and that it is hopeless to even try.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which Ann Sheridan instinctively and habitually reverts to when under stress - a mostly subconscious process that she is apt to over indulge in because it is so familiar and hence easy for her. The direction Ann Sheridan needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
Ann Sheridan's path lies in cultivating idealism and humanitarian feelings, being concerned with how Sheridan's actions impact the world at large, perhaps becoming more aware of the social implications of Sheridan's life style and personal choices or becoming active politically. Participating in organizations that support Sheridan's ideals is one way to do this.
When under stress she is likely to become overly focused on herself and her own little world.
Instead of "how will this benefit or hurt me?" Sheridan's focus needs to shift to "how will this affect us all?".
Ideally, Ann Sheridan needs to strike a balance between doing for herself and doing for others, by discovering how Sheridan's unique gifts can benefit others.
It is deep within herself, as Ann Sheridan faces her own demons, fears, and struggles - those aspects of life that are not easily or readily shared, those parts of her life that Ann Sheridan keeps hidden from public view where she is most likely to wrestle with these issues.
The qualities described above can also be beneficially channeled into some sort of charitable work, altruistic service or ministering to people in need.
The following are specific activities that will support Ann Sheridan in her growth. These may or may not feel natural to Sheridan, and she may initially resist or feel awkward about them, but they are crucial to her path to wholeness.
Ann Sheridan should develop true self-confidence and the willingness to put herself "out there", be seen and shine. Ann needs to be willing to take on a leading role. She needs to be a hero - a protagonist in her own story - by cultivating the courageous, active, and positive masculine qualities she possesses. Doing creative work that she is proud of - anything that comes from Sheridan's heart and bears the stamp of Sheridan's individuality - is important. Also, being a mentor, a helpful, encouraging force in the life of someone less experienced than she is a way for Ann Sheridan to grow and become more whole herself.
Ann Sheridan has to learn to communicate and express herself through the written or spoken word. It is best for Ann to study, learn skills and develop her intellectual interests and capacities. Sheridan needs to become involved in sharing and exchanging information with others and in developing her intellectual reasoning ability. Ann Sheridan should practice using her mind, her thinking skills and her ability to be objective. "Work smarter, not harder" might be a motto for her.
Writing, teaching, recording, transcribing, dialoguing, negotiating, mediating, communicating, or facilitating clear communication are significant activities for Ann Sheridan to pursue.
Sheridan is able to cooperate with people harmoniously, and others see her as a welcome comrade. Ann likes to work hand-in-hand with everyone and has excellent teamwork ability.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Gemini
Saturn in 4th house
Saturn Conjunct Pluto
Saturn Conjunct Moon/Neptune
N. Node in Aquarius
N. Node in 12th house
N. Node Conjunct Sun
N. Node Conjunct Mercury
N. Node Conjunct Mars/Jupiter