approach to life and appearances
The following is a description of Rosa's basic stance toward life, the way others see her, the way Rosa Parks comes across, the face she shows to the world. In the page about motivation you will read about the inner Rosa Parks - her real motivation, which describes the kind of person she is at heart and where her true priorities lie. Study this page and the next one and compare them - there may be significant differences between the two, in which case "the inner Rosa Parks" may not shine through and others may be in for so a few surprises once they get to know Rosa a little better. This page describes the disguise Parks wears, her role in life, while the page about motivation talks about the real person beneath the disguise.
Rosa Parks is always questioning and learning, and she seems young and alive no matter what her chronological age, for her mind is always alert, curious, flexible, and open to new experiences. Rosa Parks has a childlike enthusiasm for anything new and she learns easily, but she also gets bored rather quickly. Parks can be somewhat of a scatterbrain, for she tends to have so many ideas and irons in the fire that it is hard to keep track of them all. She needs and craves variety, change, mental stimulation, and an active social life.
Articulate, clever, often funny and witty, she is always a refreshing and interesting conversationalist. Rosa Parks enjoys meeting and interacting with a variety of different people. She is friendly, flirtatious, and charming in a playful way, and no matter how badly she may be feeling, Rosa never comes across as melancholic or somber. She may seem frivolous to other, more serious souls. Rosa Parks has a sense of humor and a sense of perspective that prevent her from taking herself or life too seriously. In fact, Parks may seem flippant or unconcerned about matters that others consider very important.
In general, Rosa Parks responds to life mentally and objectively rather than emotionally, and she may not empathize with people very much. Rosa does not like to be weighed down with too much responsibility or with others' emotional burdens. Furthermore, if she cannot fully grasp something with her reason and logic, Parks will often choose to ignore it, including her own and other people's irrational feelings, desires, and needs.
Consistency and reliability are not great virtues of Parks' and her life is apt to be full of changes and movement due to her restlessness. Rosa Parks becomes nervous and fidgety if things are not moving quickly enough. She is interested in what is current and up-to-date, the newest trends in thought or style.
Her gifts are a quick mind, verbal facility, a flair for language, social sophistication and polish, the ability to communicate, converse, and build bridges between people and between ideas. Rosa Parks tends to become an incessant chatterbox or gossip if she does not have work or other activities that utilize her mental, verbal, and social skills.
Bright, alert, quick of tongue and/or of movement, there is youthfulness about Rosa's manner and appearance regardless of her chronological age. Rosa Parks also always appears busy and active, and somewhat restless. Parks needs mental stimulation from her environment, or she will rapidly get bored.
Rosa Parks appears to be liberal and open-minded. Anything new, innovative, unusual, or off the beaten track arouses her interest. Parks infuses her environment with enthusiasm, new life and excitement. Though not intentionally disruptive, Rosa Parks does enjoy startling or waking people up a bit.
Rosa Parks has a sweet, appealing demeanor and seems instinctively to grasp the concept that "one catches more flies with honey than with vinegar". Her personal brand of charm is usually quite winning. Rosa coax rather than coerce. However, if she does not get what she wants, Rosa Parks is likely to resort to insincere flattery, wheedling, whining, or pouting rather than stating directly what she needs, or doing for herself. Parks seems to need others' approval first.
At times her desire to impress other people, to be important, or to be popular may make Parks does things that go against her better judgment. Even Rosa's sincere attempts to be generous or helpful may be misinterpreted, seen as pompousness or interference. Rosa Parks needs to be aware of her tendency to overdo - to go all out - even when it is not appropriate.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury Trine Asc.
Uranus Trine Asc.
Venus Sextile Asc.
Jupiter Quincunx Asc.