She is not easily moved by emotional displays and can be curiously detached from her own emotions and those of others. It is almost as if she could turn her feelings on and off at will; Ursula should be careful not to leave the switch "off" too often, for she could easily become too impersonal. Family relationships and attachments are not as important to her as they are to most people and Andress often considers her friends closer to her than her blood relatives. Certainly, Andress' sympathy and concern extends much beyond her immediate family. In her personal relationships, Ursula Andress insists upon a certain amount of independence and the freedom to pursue friendships with as many people, of both sexes, as she chooses. Ursula does not appreciate a jealous, possessive partner.
Ursula Andress feels comfortable in an atmosphere that is open and experimental, and she has little taste for convention and tradition.
Andress depends a great deal upon other people for emotional support and she has a large "family" of friends that care about her and treat her as kin. The women in Ursula's life are particularly important to her, and her relationships with them powerfully influence her sense of security and happiness. Ursula Andress may be overly dependent and unsure of herself without a close partner.
Ursula Andress craves excitement, change and discovery, and cannot tolerate a routine or lifestyle that offers little in the way of surprise or challenge. Excitable, spontaneous and enthusiastic about anything new, she may be perceived by others as being too impulsive, especially in personal relationships. It is not easy for Ursula Andress to make or keep commitments, since she does not know how she will be feeling from one day to the next. Emotional freedom is very important to Andress. Her domestic life may be very unstable - but Andress likes it that way.
Tremendously softhearted and sympathetic, Ursula Andress gives very selflessly and devotedly to those she loves and often allows others to become overly dependent upon her. More compassionate than passionate, Ursula Andress may become romantically involved with a person because she or she expresses a need for love, rather than out of mutual pleasure or attraction.
She is drawn to sensitive, imaginative, gentle souls - poets, musicians, dreamers - or to someone Ursula feels she can have a deep spiritual relationship with. Ursula Andress idealizes love and has a very beautiful, romantic vision of what love relationships can be.
Ursula Andress craves very intense, deep, emotional relationships, and would even prefer stormy, tumultuous relationships to ones that are smooth but lacking vitality and passion. Ursula loves wholeheartedly and expects all-consuming, total devotion and attention from her partner. Casual, light relationships hold no appeal for Andress.
She needs a lot of emotional and romantic stimulation, and may not be very interested in having just one mate or love partner. Variety, excitement, spontaneity, and freedom are quite important to Ursula, and "settling down" is not that appealing. Ursula Andress tends to surround herself with unusual, creative, unconventional people that keep her life lively. Music or dancing or both play an important part in Andress' life.
She is strongly attracted to the opposite sex and her relationships tend to be harmonious. Ursula Andress will probably marry for love and her mate will be a friend to her as well as a lover. The atmosphere in her family life is affectionate and protective.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Aquarius
Moon in 7th house
Moon Square Uranus
Venus in Pisces
Venus in 8th house
Venus Sextile Uranus
Venus Conjunct Sun/Moon