Though Margaret Thatcher at first seems rather intense, reserved and self-contained (as described on the previous page), she is really quite social and interested in people. And, while she is passionate and emotional, she is also quite capable of being fair, reasonable and rational as discussed below.
Harmony and balance are her keynotes. Margaret Thatcher instinctively understands the need to accommodate other people's interests and desires, and she is always fair and willing to meet others half way. Tactful, diplomatic, and quite socially aware, Margaret does all she can to avoid conflict and discord. Her spirit is one of cooperation and compromise, and she often achieves through charm and discretion what would have been impossible to achieve with a direct, forceful approach.
Getting along with and pleasing others may be too important to Thatcher since she can be too dependent on the approval and opinions of other to make her own decisions. Thatcher will rarely act without seeking the counsel and feedback of other people. She prefers sharing and doing things with others rather than on her own. Being alone feels very unnatural to Margaret Thatcher, and she has a strong need for a partner and intimate one-on-one relationships.
Margaret Thatcher invests a great deal of her energy in personal love relationships and she is very idealistic and romantic about marriage. Margaret Thatcher seeks a partner who is her equal intellectually, and who is capable of a mental relationship as well as a physical and emotional one. She makes a thoughtful, considerate friend or lover, and she enjoys the traditional symbols of love - courtship, flowers, etc. Thatcher perceives relationships like an art that requires time, attention and creative effort. Margaret Thatcher appreciates a partner who is subtle and polished, never coarse or blunt.
Fairness and equality, both in her personal relationships and in the world, are extremely important to her. If Margaret Thatcher fights about anything, it is often about something she feels is unfair and unbalanced. Balance is very important to Margaret. She believes in moderation in all things and avoids fanaticism and extremism at all costs.
Margaret Thatcher also has a strong need for beautiful, harmonious surroundings and a natural sense of artistic style and grace, which is reflected in the way Thatcher dresses and furnishes her home and workspace. Everything must be aesthetically pleasing and appropriate. Working with people as a counselor, advisor, consultant, or negotiator, or in an artistic field such as design or photography would be fulfilling to her.
Leading groups and classes, and being involved in community efforts, social activities, events or movements are areas where Margaret Thatcher really shines and expresses her creativity. An awareness of politics or the larger social impact of individual actions is natural to her.
Margaret Thatcher tends to see things from her perspective only and to be rather subjective. She also enjoys talking and expressing her views but does not always listen as well. Margaret Thatcher has a clear mind, a love of learning and new experiences, and she needs constant mental stimulation and activity.
At times Margaret Thatcher may feel an uncontrollable urge to radically alter her direction in life, or to act in ways that seem eccentric or at least highly uncharacteristic of her. When her life is becoming too predictable, Margaret may do something to upset the status quo, sometimes without realizing why or how she is doing this. These impulses may seem at odds with her conscious intent and desires for herself, and can be unsettling. However, there is a streak of unconventionality and creative genius in Margaret Thatcher which needs to be expressed now and then.
She is intensely willful, zealous, and fanatical though Margaret often hides the intensity of her feelings and her personal motives and desires. Thatcher is infatuated with power and has an almost compulsive desire for personal recognition and the desire to be "somebody". Margaret Thatcher tends to worship heroes who have powerful personal magnetism and charisma and often seeks to emulate them. Margaret Thatcher both fears, and is intensely fascinated with, death and the hidden, secret, dark side of life.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Scorpio and Sun in Libra
Sun in Libra
Sun in 11th house
Sun Conjunct Mercury
Sun Quincunx Uranus
Sun Square Pluto