drive and ambition
She is a perfectionist and has high standards for her own work. Indira Gandhi often feels that if she wants something done right she must do it herself, for others do not do as thorough a job as she does. Doing a task well is very important to her, and she may labor over minute details that others would not bother with. Indira Gandhi strives for accuracy, efficiency and precision, and she becomes very irritable when things are not done "right".
On the other hand, Indira Gandhi can become so much of a perfectionist and so self-critical that she will not even attempt many activities and projects, feeling that her efforts will simply not be good enough. She is usually modest and realistic in assessing what she can accomplish and, if anything, Indira Gandhi underestimates herself. Of course, practice makes perfect, and if Gandhi does apply herself diligently in a given area, she gradually gains self-confidence as she masters skills and develops expertise.
Indira Gandhi conserves her energy and paces herself so that she does not waste or diffuse her efforts. An unwillingness to take risks or venture from the beaten track can sometimes limit her opportunities. In short, Gandhi may not aim high enough, thereby settling for too little in life.
She is a doer and an achiever. Energetic, courageous, and often impatient, Indira Gandhi will forge ahead with her plans regardless of others' reservations. In fact, Gandhi often feels other people get in her way and she prefers working on her own. Indira is active, assertive, and rather competitive as well.
She is enterprising, ambitious and has a strong desire to succeed in a big way. Forever on the lookout for new opportunities and promising new ventures, Indira Gandhi is willing to take risks if she senses a winner. No matter how much Indira accomplishes, she never seems to be completely satisfied. Indira Gandhi always feels that she can do more, and sets her sights on another goal. Indira Gandhi feels frustrated in limited circumstances, and she will abandon secure and reasonably successful situations if they do not offer challenges and future growth potential. Gandhi likes to keep stretching her limits, to see how far she can go. Sometimes Gandhi overextends herself or promises more than she can actually achieve, due to an overly optimistic or confident assessment of her own capacities. Indira Gandhi relishes healthy competition and feels that it spurs her on to even greater achievements.
When Indira Gandhi wants something, she can be amazingly persistent and unrelenting, even a bit obsessed, although quiet about it. In fact Indira may hide her deep purposes and intentions even from friends. Whenever she does a thing, it is done wholeheartedly and thoroughly - and if Indira Gandhi does not want to do something that others wish her to do, somehow she will find a way out of it. Gandhi is strong, though subtle.
Indira Gandhi has a good team-spirit and intensely works together with her colleagues. She may join an organization or association that fights for upholding common issues and principles. Gandhi is likely to accomplish more as a team.
Indira Gandhi perseveres through numerous obstacles, frustrations, delays, and setbacks in order to attain her ambitions in life. Sometimes it may feel as if she is pushing a boulder uphill. Indira Gandhi should try to avoid bitterness or comparing her lot to others', as these could weaken her resolve.
Her drives and ambitions in life may seem crazy or eccentric to the more conservative people Indira knows. There may well be no security or safety net (no retirement pension, no insurance benefits) in the work Indira Gandhi does. She is suited for freelancing, or professions that involve lots of change, innovation, variety, irregular schedules, and the like. Indira Gandhi should expect the unexpected and numerous ups and downs in the course of her life. She may change course often, and try many different things.
In many ways Indira's rise in the world is an easy one, aided by her personal charm and attractiveness, her ability to please people, and her excellent social instincts. Artistic ambitions are also an aspect of this.
Her decisions are based on the demands of the situation and she is able to take advantage of the right moment. Strongly career oriented, Indira Gandhi may have inner conflicts between her professional personal lives.
Indira Gandhi is always trying to escape routine and has a strong desire for new experiences. Gandhi may feel that the course of her life is oppressive and will use all the strength at her disposal to rebel against it.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Virgo
Mars in 1st house
Mars Square Jupiter
Mars Sextile Pluto
Mars Opposition N. Node/MC
Saturn Square MC
Uranus Square MC
Venus Trine MC
MC Opposition Moon/Mars
MC Conjunct Saturn/Uranus