challenges and difficulties
Nancy Reagan has a penchant for order and precision, and an almost compulsive attention to detail. She is often hypercritical and can be such a demanding perfectionist that she discourages herself or others from even attempting something that will not be done exactly the way Reagan knows it should be done.
She frequently over analyze or pick things apart mentally. Nancy Reagan may be something of a hypochondriac also. Nancy must learn that she does not have to rationally understand everything in order for it to be valid, and also to relax her unnecessarily high or strict standards.
Reagan 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 Nancy Reagan 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 Nancy Reagan better than being with groups of her own peers.
Her aspirations and dreams are always tempered by realism and practical considerations. Nancy Reagan pursues her aims in a systematic, disciplined, and thorough manner, and she is willing to takes her time, advancing slowly and steadily on her way towards her goal.
Sometimes Nancy Reagan underestimates what is possible, and holds herself back unnecessarily due to a lack of faith or an overly cautious attitude.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which Nancy Reagan 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 Nancy Reagan needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
Instinctively she is a fighter and an individualist who can stand alone when necessary. Very often, however, Nancy stands alone when she does not need to, not realizing the support, assistance, and resources others may have to offer. Nancy Reagan has a tendency to "reinvent the wheel" and to feel that she must be self-reliant and that only she can come up with the answers she needs. Implicit in this attitude is a kind of arrogance as well as a rather competitive approach, which - at its worst - can alienate her from others, or make Nancy Reagan feel that "it is me against the world".
Social skills and graces and what Nancy Reagan calls social "games" do not come naturally to her. Nancy Reagan needs to learn how to share and join others, and how to negotiate and resolve conflict with others in a cooperative way.
It is in her relationships with others that she is most likely to wrestle with these issues. There is a dynamic balance (or conflict) within Nancy Reagan between acting spontaneously and being true to herself versus modifying herself or her behavior to suit others. Nancy Reagan seesaws between being inordinately concerned with her self to being overly conciliatory and concerned with others' needs, rights, or opinions about her. Learning to act authentically and forthrightly regardless of possible consequences is Reagan's task.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Virgo
Saturn in 11th house
Jupiter Conjunct Saturn
N. Node in Libra
N. Node in 1st house