Princess Kako Akishino of Japan
Though Kako of Akishino appears somewhat unconventional or liberal in her approach to life (as mentioned in the previous chapter), she also has a very down to earth, practical, and rather conservative side. She is more attached to tradition and respectful of the ways of the past than she might let on. Balancing, or reconciling between the old and the new is a constant struggle for Kako of Akishino.
Serious, disciplined and quietly ambitious, she is driven to prove herself and to achieve material accomplishments and success. Her work, her position in the world, and her contributions to society are very important to Kako of Akishino. Princess Kako Akishino of Japan will persevere through enormous hardship and frustration in order to reach a goal she has set for herself, and she often sacrifices much in the area of personal relationships and home life in order to do so.
Princess Kako Akishino of Japan has a thoughtful, quiet and self-contained disposition and does not readily show her inner feelings and needs. Princess Kako Akishino of Japan seems to always be in control, capable, efficient and strong. She is often the person in the family or group who is given more responsibility (and more work) than the others. She is highly conscientious and even as a child she possessed great maturity, soberness, and worldly wisdom.
She is basically a pragmatic realist, and though she may have all sorts of dreams, ideals and colorful theories, she feels that the ultimate test of a concept is its practical usefulness. Princess Kako has an innate shrewdness and business sense, and there is a bit of the cynic in her as well.
She is clear-headed, detached and objective, and is not swayed by emotional dramatics. She is often authoritarian - strictly fair, but without mercy. Princess Kako Akishino of Japan has a great respect for tradition and even if she does not agree with certain laws, she will abide by them or strive to change them, but never flagrantly disregard them. Cautious and conservative, Princess Kako Akishino of Japan plays by the rules.
She is subtle, understated, quiet, deep, not easy to get to know intimately, and never superficial. She is a modest person and sometimes overly self-critical. Giving herself (and others) permission to feel, play, be spontaneous and silly, and sometimes weak and vulnerable is not easy for Kako of Akishino.
Kako of Akishino's strong points are her depth and thoroughness, patience, tenacity and faithfulness. Her faults are a tendency to be rigid and inflexible, and too serious.
Leading groups and classes, and being involved in community efforts, social activities, events or movements are areas where Princess Kako Akishino of Japan really shines and expresses her creativity. An awareness of politics or the larger social impact of individual actions is natural to her.
She is a positive, vital, energetic and active go-getter. She enjoys competition, and her initiative and self-confidence make Princess Kako Akishino of Japan a winner.
While Princess Kako Akishino of Japan does have a strong drive, she frequently holds herself back. One of her challenges lies in learning to endure frustration and to patiently overcome the obstacles in her life (or her own internal caution and resistance!).
Princess Kako Akishino of Japan has a healthy amount of self-control and self-discipline. Kako of Akishino also radiates a rather responsible, trustworthy, solid feeling about herself which will win her the confidence of others, especially her superiors.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Aquarius and Sun in Capricorn
Sun in Capricorn
Sun in 11th house
Sun Trine Mars
Sun aspects Mars and Saturn
Sun Sextile Saturn