Although Mary Pickford is a team player who puts the group's welfare ahead of her own, she is also very competitive and aggressive. When her colleagues do exude as much energy as she does, Mary Pickford quickly becomes discouraged, frustrated and alienated from the group. Pickford can also make an excellent leader, manager or coach by leading the team, group, or company to excellence.
She is a person who thrives on challenge, and she often feels that she must battle her way through life, relying on no one and nothing but her own strength, intelligence and courage. Mary Pickford believes in being totally honest, true to herself and her own vision and convictions, even if it means standing alone. Honesty, integrity, personal honor and authenticity are Pickford's gods, and she has no sympathy for weakness of character in others.
Mary Pickford craves the freedom to do things in her own way, and she works very well independently. Cooperating with others or carrying out another's will is not her style. Mary likes to be the chief - or to go it alone.
Mary Pickford loves action and if others are settling down into a nice, comfortable little rut, then she is always ready to stir things up, do something new, make changes and introduce some fresh blood. Routine and sameness are tantamount to death for her. She is not afraid of trying something that has never been done before, and even though she may sometimes be perceived as a fool, Mary Pickford also discovers, invents and initiates things that others will later emulate. Taking risks and following her own star are the breath of life for Pickford, and she wilts (or gets very frustrated and angry) if she cannot do this.
She is spontaneous, impulsive, direct, enthusiastic and assertive. Mary Pickford believes in the power of positive thinking and positive action, and she perceives herself as a strong, even invincible, person. Mary Pickford hates being ill or in a position of dependency. Accepting her own human limitations and emotional needs is often difficult for her.
She is basically aggressive in her attitudes and less adept at relating to others, picking up on subtle messages and nuances, listening, nurturing and harmonizing. She is often so fired up about her own projects or goals that she inadvertently runs over or ignores other people's feelings and interests. Being receptive and appreciative of others' contributions, ideas and feelings would be highly instrumental in improving Pickford's relationships. Her impatience to get on with things causes Mary Pickford to be rather insensitive, thereby alienating others unnecessarily. She also frequently tries to accomplish her goals through anger or temper tantrums. Mary Pickford would gain much by learning to slow down, relax and sometimes just let things be, however her energetic, restless nature rarely allows Mary Pickford to do so.
Ownership gives Mary Pickford a sense of security, and she has a strong attachment to her possessions. Mary also has a natural instinct or understanding of economics, finance, trade, and appraising the value of merchandise.
There is an ongoing, subtle conflict within Mary Pickford, between her conscious attitudes and aspirations, and her deeper emotional and subconscious beliefs, needs, and feelings. This creates considerable inner stress and sometimes paralyzing indecision, mostly due to the fact that Mary may be trying to follow a path that is at odds with her subconscious desires. Chronic tightness or tension in her body may well be a signal that Mary Pickford is denying or suppressing the messages from her subconscious or emotional self.
Ideally, Mary Pickford will learn to accept the two quite different aspects of her and to express both of them. If she cannot do this, Pickford is apt to attract many relationships into her life with people who reflect her denied or repressed qualities, and who seem to make her life difficult. (Read also chapter 4 in order to get a better picture of the duality described here.)
She is direct, energetic, sometimes aggressive and combative. Mary Pickford often feels that she needs to fight to get what she wants, and she tends to have a "me-first" attitude that angers or irritates others. She is hasty, restless, impatient and sometimes reckless.
Mary Pickford probably has great intellectual ability and curiosity. Mary never seem to run out of ideas and always welcomes the study of new subjects, the more abstract the better. But she also has the basic sense to translate abstract ideas into practical reality.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Aquarius and Sun in Aries
Sun in Aries
Sun in 2nd house
Sun Quincunx Moon
Sun Square Mars
Sun Conjunct Mercury/Jupiter