originality and imagination
Areas Where Mother Teresa is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
Mother Teresa is an unconventional and innovative person, and she is seen as a rebel, reformer, or highly unusual in her manners, appearance, or attitudes. Mother Teresa enjoys being unpredictable, and she does not conform to the standards that other people have set. Above all, Mother Teresa is an individualist, and she does what she pleases regardless of customs and norms. Her environment and life circumstances may change frequently and abruptly.
Mother Teresa often has very naive, idealistic, or overly romantic attitude toward people, and it is difficult for her to see others realistically. Mother Teresa may prefer to keep her relationships on an idealistic or platonic level, so that she does not have to deal with the more prosaic, earthy, human aspects of relationships.
Thoroughly investigate potential marriage or business partners, as her gullibility and desire to see only the best in people may blind Mother Teresa to the truth about others with whom she forms close relationships.
Emotional intensity, compulsive attraction, and a sense of fate or destiny characterize Mother Teresa's one-to-one relationships. It is as if she simply cannot have light, superficial relationships; they are inevitably profound, intense experiences which reveal Mother Teresa's depths to her. Mother Teresa may be drawn to powerful, charismatic, willful people that challenge, thwart, and ultimately evoke her own power and strengths. Her marriage is likely to be the arena for Agnes Bojaxhiu's greatest growth.
Her amorous feelings are likely to be very intense and Mother Teresa tends to prove her love for someone through exaggerated gestures. Mother Teresa feels very powerful and irreplaceable and has a tendency to become obsessed by someone or to force Agnes Bojaxhiu's partner to love her.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 1st house
Neptune in 7th house
Pluto in 7th house
Pluto Conjunct Moon/Venus