Although Reagan may seem quite poised, even-tempered, balanced and harmonious (as mentioned in the previous chapter), she is actually rather moody and emotional. Inside, she is much more subjective and biased in her attitudes than her fair-minded, reasonable demeanor may imply.
Nancy has powerful emotional attachments to the past, her family, her childhood, places she associates with safety and security, and her beginnings. It is very important to Reagan to maintain a connection with her roots and heritage and keep family bonds strong. Loyal, devoted, and sentimental, Reagan tends to cling to whatever is dear to her - be it a person, a familiar place, or a cherished possession.
She is sympathetic, nurturing, supportive and very sensitive to the emotional needs of other people. Nancy likes to be needed and to care for others, and she often worries about the people she loves. Nancy Reagan has a very strong need for a sense of belonging and acceptance, and much of her life centers on her home. She is more concerned about people and their feelings than with power, achievement, or position in society. Kindness, consideration and tenderness are more meaningful to Nancy Reagan than any sort of honor the world can bestow.
She is primarily emotional and her views are often dominated by her feelings and her own personal, subjective experiences, rather than reason, logic or abstract principles. It is difficult for her to judge situations fairly and objectively because her personal sympathies and loyalties usually factor in. Nancy Reagan takes things very personally and sometimes builds a wall around herself to shield herself from pain and rejection. Nancy Reagan feels rather shy and vulnerable at heart. She also tends to be moody and experiences frequent mood swings. Nancy Reagan needs to have a place and time in her life to withdraw, introspect, dream and replenish herself; otherwise Nancy Reagan becomes cranky and unhappy with those around her.
Nancy Reagan functions in an instinctive, irrational manner and likes to immerse herself in creative activities where she can express her feelings, imagination and instincts. Reagan often loves to cook, since it can be both creative and a way to nurture and nourish others. Nancy Reagan also has a great affinity for music, because it evokes and communicates feelings that may be difficult or impossible to put into words.
Her compassion, sensitivity, and imagination are Reagan's strong points. Her faults include an inability to let go of the past and move forward, clannishness and prejudice, and a tendency for self-pity when facing hardship.
World travel, foreign cultures, and studies which expand her intellectual horizons and broaden her understanding of the world are very attractive to Reagan.
Nancy Reagan has a philosophical turn of mind and is concerned with seeking answers to the big questions of life or getting the overview of any situation. Abstract concepts and/or plans for the future occupy her mind much of the time.
Nancy Reagan 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. Nancy Reagan has a clear mind, a love of learning and new experiences, and she needs constant mental stimulation and activity.
She is assertive, energetic, active, courageous and vital. Nancy Reagan has a very strong physical drive that expresses itself as sexuality and passion, a desire to compete with others, and a tendency to fight. Nancy Reagan has a victorious spirit and the will to win.
Her life is apt to be blessed with more than her share of helpful friends, fortuitous relationships, and doors opening to her at just the right time. Because Nancy Reagan is usually willing to share and to give back to others in a generous way, she continues to generate successes in her life no matter how unfortunate prevailing circumstances are. Nancy should beware, however, of becoming an opportunist.
The unusual and unorthodox appeal to Reagan, and she does not allow tradition, convention or other people's expectations to dictate how she is going to live her life. Nancy Reagan craves freedom, adventure, excitement and discovery, and is not afraid of change. Nancy Reagan possesses inventive and creative genius.
Inwardly she is zealous and fanatical, though she may hide her personal desires and intentions, as well as the intensity of her feelings. She is driven by a deep inner sense of destiny and mission and an almost compulsive desire for personal recognition. Nancy is infatuated with power, incredibly willful and stubbornly fixated on achieving greatness or being someone Special. Nancy Reagan tends to worship heroes who have powerful personal magnetism and charisma, and she often seeks to emulate them. Nancy has potential for tremendous good or tremendous evil.
Nancy Reagan tends to think and act bravely and has a positive and firm demeanor. Nancy has what it takes to make her own way in life. She may be a bit excitable, but never shy away from a good argument.
Nancy Reagan has a strong will and the desire to be successful no matter what obstacles or resistance she has to overcome. Whatever she does, she knows what she wants to get out of it and drives toward that end with great vigor.
Nancy has the ability to stand on her own feet and use the power of her own personality to attain success. Nancy Reagan needs to be a leader and she has a strong desire to obtain power and authority. It is imperative to Reagan that she be out in front of the parade.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Libra and Sun in Cancer
Sun in Cancer
Sun in 9th house
Sun Conjunct Mercury
Sun Conjunct Mars
Sun Sextile Jupiter
Sun Trine Uranus
Sun Conjunct Pluto
Sun Conjunct Mercury/Mars
Sun Conjunct Mars/MC
Sun Conjunct Pluto/MC