originality and imagination
Areas Where Eleanor Roosevelt is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
She is unconventional, even iconoclastic, in her attitude toward religion, philosophy, and politics. Eleanor Roosevelt tends to see traditional religion as restrictive, meaningless ritual with little to offer, and she is eager to experiment with other, alternative pathways. Eleanor has lots of creative, innovative ideas and she often feels that others are unwilling to take risks and venture out of their deeply ingrained perspectives and views.
Her creative self-expression has a very imaginative quality, and Eleanor Roosevelt has a particular affinity for drama, theater, film, and other artistic mediums in which creative fantasy plays a major role.
In love relationships and romance, also, Eleanor Roosevelt often have glamorous fantasies that have little to do with reality.
Eleanor can become obsessed with her health, self-improvement and personal development. The psychological elements of disease interest her, and Eleanor Roosevelt may endlessly psychoanalyze herself and others.
Also, she may work compulsively and exhaust herself through overwork. Eleanor Roosevelt can be a tyrant with co-workers, and it may be easier for Eleanor to work in solitude.
Daring and adventurous, Eleanor Roosevelt rushes in where others fear to tread and are willing to take on any challenge. Eleanor does not mind quarreling or arguing with people and has a strong desire to dominate her surroundings and relationships.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 9th house
Neptune in 5th house
Pluto in 6th house
Pluto Opposition Mars/Asc.