approach to life and appearances
The following is a description of Margaret's basic stance toward life, the way others see her, the way Margaret Thatcher comes across, the face she shows to the world. In the page about motivation you will read about the inner Margaret Thatcher - her real motivation, which describes the kind of person she is at heart and where her true priorities lie. Study this page and the next one and compare them - there may be significant differences between the two, in which case "the inner Margaret Thatcher" may not shine through and others may be in for so a few surprises once they get to know Margaret a little better. This page describes the disguise Thatcher wears, her role in life, while the page about motivation talks about the real person beneath the disguise.
She is very strong-willed and proud, but intensely private and not easy to know well. Behind Thatcher's quiet exterior lies a great deal of emotional depth, sensitivity, complexity, and also fierce determination. When Margaret Thatcher wants something she goes after it rather quietly but insistently and wholeheartedly - and what Margaret Thatcher wants, Margaret Thatcher usually gets.
She is not a person who lives haphazardly or superficially. Margaret wants to live passionately and intensely and is not averse to challenge, danger, or to facing the darker side of life - human pain and struggle. Margaret Thatcher functions well in crisis situations and she often seeks them out, for she enjoys the feeling of living at full capacity.
She is very intuitive about other people and especially about their unspoken feelings and hidden motives. Margaret Thatcher usually has strong, immediate gut reactions, either positive or negative, which prove to be correct. Thatcher approaches life very instinctively and is not always fully conscious of why she feels or acts the way she does. Margaret Thatcher also has a very strong affinity with animals - an acute sensitivity and a nonverbal rapport with them.
In new relationships she is rather cautious, sometimes even suspicious, until she gets to know and trust someone - and trust does not come easily to Thatcher. When Margaret Thatcher commits herself emotionally to someone, be it friend or lover, she is intensely loyal and devoted to them and she also expects the same kind of unwavering, undying loyalty in return. If she is ever betrayed by someone she cares deeply for, Margaret Thatcher is capable of hating and retaliating with as much fervor as she once loved. Nothing is done halfway. In fact, she is intensely involved and often jealously attached to whatever she cares about, be it person, idea, or cause. There is definitely a streak of emotional fanaticism in her.
Because of her natural reserve, others may see Margaret Thatcher as something of an enigma. She is quite self-protective and often defensive. Margaret Thatcher also has a very magnetic quality, especially to members of the opposite sex.
Margaret Thatcher has a great fear of losing control or letting down her guard, which prevents her from opening up to other people.
Expressing herself in an open, non-defensive way does not come easily to Thatcher, and at times she feels like a pressure cooker, holding a great deal of her passionate feelings and drives inside. Because she does not share her deepest self readily, Margaret may begin to believe that the feelings she has are uncommon and even shameful or evil. Margaret Thatcher tends to think the worst of herself. She projects a secretive, dark, mysterious, or "bad" image to others.
On the positive side, Margaret Thatcher is capable of enormous discipline and serious, sustained effort in whatever area she chooses.
There is a certain intensity, charisma, or compelling attractiveness about Margaret Thatcher that may have little to do with her physical features. It is energy, a subtle sexuality that she emanates. Also, Thatcher tends to do everything wholeheartedly and with passion, which is quite fascinating to other people. Her instincts and psychological perceptions about others are quite incisive.
Thatcher projects a feeling of broad-mindedness, generosity, and beneficence, a sense that she is someone others should listen to and treat with respect. Because Margaret Thatcher generally makes such a favorable impression on people, many doors are open to her, and it may seem that she Margaret somehow luckier than other people. Mostly this is due to the confidence that Margaret Thatcher emanates.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn Conjunct Ascendant in Scorpio
Pluto Trine Asc.
Jupiter Sextile Asc.