challenges and difficulties
Marcia Clark 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 Marcia enters into any close relationship cautiously and conscientiously. Marcia Clark also fears entrapment in close relationships.
Clark is generally not a "joiner" and she does not feel comfortable in clubs, organizations or other groups of people that are centered on some common ideal or interest. If Marcia Clark does participate in a group, she may find the rules and procedures restrictive - or she may simply feel that she does not fit in with the others.
Being alone or with older, more experienced people suits Marcia Clark better than being with groups of her own peers.
Marcia Clark takes her ideals and dreams very seriously and goes through periods of fervent dedication to a lofty ideal or vision. Marcia has the ability to acquire true spiritual or imaginative insight, but she can also become so involved in her imaginative, idealistic pursuits that she looses perspective and develops feelings of alienation and isolation.
Marcia Clark becomes tense and upset rather easily. She becomes irritated by the unwillingness of others to make changes. In her eagerness to see her inspirations materialize, Clark is inclined to forego tact and diplomacy in favor of achieving her goals. Her occasional outbreaks of brusque, insensitive behavior often do more harm than good.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which Marcia Clark 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 Marcia Clark needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
Marcia Clark's path lies in cultivating idealism and humanitarian feelings, being concerned with how Clark's actions impact the world at large, perhaps becoming more aware of the social implications of Clark's life style and personal choices or becoming active politically. Participating in organizations that support Clark'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?" Clark's focus needs to shift to "how will this affect us all?".
Ideally, Marcia Clark needs to strike a balance between doing for herself and doing for others, by discovering how Clark's unique gifts can benefit others.
It is in her way of thinking, processing information and communicating that Marcia Clark is most likely to wrestle with these issues. In Clark's relationships with neighbors, colleagues, and acquaintances, she needs to try to bring out the qualities described above.
The specific habits which are likely to hold Marcia Clark back, or which she is prone to overdo, especially during stressful periods, include:
The tendency for self-indulgence, laziness, and over-reliance on the generosity or affection of others, as well as making love relationships, social life and superficial pleasures more important than anything else in her life.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Libra
Saturn in 11th house
Saturn Conjunct Neptune
Saturn Square Uranus
N. Node in Aquarius
N. Node in 3rd house
N. Node Opposition Venus