challenges and difficulties
Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson takes her personal relationships so seriously that they may seem more like work, constant effort and compromise, rather than a free and enjoyable sharing experience. She may feel that relationships in general require more of her than they are worth, and Ivy enters into any close relationship cautiously and conscientiously. Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson also fears entrapment in close relationships.
She is serious by nature, and may have difficulty making small talk or participating in friendly, personal exchanges.
Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson tries to be strictly accurate and is critical of people who exaggerate or discuss subjects they really know little about. Jacobson withholds her thoughts and opinions until she has thought everything through quite thoroughly, and sometimes Ivy's silence discomforts others.
Her mental concentration is very good but her breadth of understanding may not be.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson 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 Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
Seeking harmonious interpersonal relationships, cooperation, and togetherness, as well as the desire to please or appease other people, are drives that come very naturally to Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson - so much so that she seeks them out at her own expense. When she is under stress, Jacobson tends to look outside herself for approval or answers, and she leans on others too much. Therefore, developing self-reliance, and the courage to look inwardly for answers and forge her own path through life is a key factor in her self-development.
Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson is often tempted to be less than completely straightforward about her intentions or desires, and she can become enmeshed in a quagmire of "little white lies". Stark honesty - both inward and toward others - is the only way out! This, however, leads to the need to confront some of Jacobson's most deeply ingrained fears, such as "what if they do not like me?" and "what if I have to go through this alone?".
Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson needs to cultivate her ability to be assertive, take initiative and act on her own behalf. Directness and self-reliance are imperative.
It is in her public life and career that Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson is most likely to wrestle with these issues. The latter will impact Jacobson's reputation and standing in her community or professional circle, as well as how Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson achieves her important life goals and aspirations.
The following are specific activities that will support Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson in her growth. These may or may not feel natural to Jacobson, and she may initially resist or feel awkward about them, but they are crucial to her path to wholeness.
Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson should develop true self-confidence and the willingness to put herself "out there", be seen and shine. Ivy 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 Jacobson's heart and bears the stamp of Jacobson'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 Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson to grow and become more whole herself.
Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson should develop faith and confidence both in herself and in a higher power that can guide, nourish, and help her. She needs to expand her willingness to dream and envision better things in life by studying religion, philosophy and other subjects that enable her to acquire a larger, more inclusive view of the world.
Being generous with her time, energy and resources in helping others achieve a better life will in turn benefit Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson.
She is very socially minded and it is easy for Ivy Goldstein-Jacobson to show her affection. Her family or community probably provided fertile ground for her development. Jacobson may love to show off a little and she thrives on being involved with others in joyful group activities.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Libra
Saturn in 3rd house
N. Node in Aries
N. Node in 10th house
N. Node Conjunct Sun
N. Node Conjunct Jupiter
N. Node Conjunct Sun/Jupiter