Princess Nori of Japan
challenges and difficulties
Princess Nori has difficulty asserting her will and desires directly and openly. She may also suppress her anger and aggressiveness. Developing self-confidence, courage, and faith in herself are important tasks for Sayako Kuroda.
It may be difficult for Princess Nori of Japan to play spontaneously or just let her hair down, for she tends to inhibit that side of her by being too self-conscious and concerned with the impression she is making.
Princess Nori may work very hard at some sport or creative medium in order to excel, for she wants very, very much to be noticed, acknowledged and recognized as special in some way. Though she may indeed be outstanding, Princess Nori of Japan also needs to learn to relax and enjoy herself more.
Her faith, optimism, and sense of possibilities are tempered by a great deal of caution, and often doubt or skepticism as well. Whatever hopes or visions Princess Nori of Japan has for her life are firmly held in check by her sense of reality. At times she may wish for more freedom, but Princess Nori also fears it and holds back. Princess Nori of Japan may blame practical limitations, some external condition or the prevailing Authority for her own inhibitions.
The side of Princess Nori of Japan that wants and needs structure, order, stability, and a disciplined way of life is at odds with her urges for unfettered freedom, change, excitement, and discovery. There is apt to be much discontent, inner stress, and tension as a result, and at times Princess Nori finds it hard to relax. Princess Nori of Japan may act out in a rebellious way now and then, or clamp down hard on herself, in an attempt to strictly control her "wild" impulses. Sayako Kuroda's task is to try to find a reasonable balance between order and creative chaos in her life.
At times Princess Nori of Japan struggles with nebulous worries, insecurities and fears that may be difficult to pinpoint. Mostly, she may be afraid of getting acquainted with the inner workings of her mind and soul, feeling uneasy with anything irrational or intangible. Princess Nori of Japan has to work hard to overcome being overly serious regarding the spiritual side of life, especially if her religious upbringing emphasized guilt and retribution. Reorienting herself in the direction of spiritual optimism will do much to lift the cloud of worry that settles over Princess Nori occasionally.
Princess Nori of Japan tends to be somewhat gloomy and may feel that life is difficult and that her will is blocked in some way. Princess Nori may find it hard to make decisions and to concentrate on her goals, which she may consider unworthy.
Because she lacks self-confidence, Princess Nori of Japan has the feeling that her luck has abandoned her. She is inclined to sit and wait for the right opportunities to come along, place too much emphasis on wishful thinking, and then get disappointed when nothing happens.
Princess Nori is inclined to be quite reserved and cautious in her relationships with others, yet she may also have an exaggerated regard for other peoples' views, thereby giving them more credence than they are worth.
She is somewhat pessimistic and prone to depression. Princess Nori of Japan may feel like withdrawing from everything, wi