challenges and difficulties
Susan George 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 George knows it should be done.
She frequently over analyzes or picks things apart mentally. Susan George may also be somewhat of a hypochondriac. Susan 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.
It may be difficult for Susan George 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.
Susan 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, Susan George also needs to learn to relax and enjoy herself more.
Susan George has a tendency to think on the dark side, is somewhat gloomy and touchy and easily disappointed. She may find it hard to keeps her attention on the real world and may become obsessed with strange ideas and fanciful beliefs.
Susan George tends to have a pessimistic outlook and she seems to be plagued by deep inner conflicts, which could severely undermine her strength. Self-critical and uncertain about her goals, Susan feels that she cannot live up to her ideals and ends up disappointed.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which Susan George 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 Susan George needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
Seeking harmonious interpersonal relationships, cooperation, and togetherness, as well as the desire to please or appease other people, are drives that come very naturally to Susan George - so much so that she seeks them out at her own expense. When she is under stress, George tends to look outside herself for approval or answers, and she leans on others too much. Therefore, developing self-reliance, and the courage to look inwardly for answers and forge her own path through life is a key factor in her self-development.
Susan George is often tempted to be less than completely straightforward about her intentions or desires, and she can become enmeshed in a quagmire of "little white lies". Stark honesty - both inward and toward others - is the only way out! This, however, leads to the need to confront some of George's most deeply ingrained fears, such as "what if they do not like me?" and "what if I have to go through this alone?".
Susan George needs to cultivate her ability to be assertive, take initiative and act on her own behalf. Directness and self-reliance are imperative.
It is in any involvements she has with teams, clubs, organizations, networks, and the like that Susan George is most likely to wrestle with these issues. The qualities described above need to be channeled into some sort of group effort or experience, or have some impact on society at large.
Susan George has a vivacious and lively manner with a tendency to shock others at times by blurting out blunt comments. Susan loves to be with people, but tends to get overly excited when she is with them.
George is somewhat shy and tends to feel inferior when she is with others. Susan George is inclined to establish relationships with weak or sick people and is always willing to help or take care of them.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Virgo
Saturn in 5th house
Saturn Conjunct Mercury/Neptune
Saturn Conjunct Neptune/Pluto
N. Node in Aries
N. Node in 11th house
N. Node Opposition Moon/Uranus
N. Node Opposition Saturn/Neptune