challenges and difficulties
Hull fears of becoming emotionally dependent upon others, and may distance herself or deny her needs for relationships of closeness and intimacy so that she will not be vulnerable to rejection or abandonment. On the other hand, Verna Hull may cling excessively or need constant reassurance from loved ones and family. Developing a deep, inner sense of security, as well as the ability to give and receive nurturing are important tasks for Verna.
Hull is generally not a "joiner" and she does not feel comfortable in clubs, organizations or other groups of people that are centered on some common ideal or interest. If Verna Hull does participate in a group, she may find the rules and procedures restrictive - or she may simply feel that she does not fit in with the others.
Being alone or with older, more experienced people suits Verna Hull better than being with groups of her own peers.
Now we will discuss patterns of behavior which Verna Hull 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 Verna Hull needs to follow in order to develop balance, greater awareness, and wholeness is also described.
Verna Hull's path lies in cultivating idealism and humanitarian feelings, being concerned with how Hull's actions impact the world at large, perhaps becoming more aware of the social implications of Hull's life style and personal choices or becoming active politically. Participating in organizations that support Hull's ideals is one way to do this.
When under stress she is likely to become overly focused on herself and her own little world.
Instead of "how will this benefit or hurt me?" Hull's focus needs to shift to "how will this affect us all?".
Ideally, Verna Hull needs to strike a balance between doing for herself and doing for others, by discovering how Hull's unique gifts can benefit others.
It is in her work and her relationships with co-workers, employers, and employees that she is most likely to wrestle with these issues. Integrating the qualities described above into Hull's work and daily routine will lead to greater satisfaction, improved health, and personal growth.
The specific habits which are likely to hold Verna Hull back, or which she is prone to overdo, especially during stressful periods, include:
The need to be first all of the time and demonstrate an aggressive or bossy attitude, impatience or irritability; an over-eagerness to use force or violence to gain advantage and the tendency to resort to fighting or using confrontation too quickly.
The following are specific activities that will support Verna Hull in her growth. These may or may not feel natural to Hull, and she may initially resist or feel awkward about them, but they are crucial to her path to wholeness.
Verna Hull should care for and nourish children, plants, pets or other people. She needs to make a home, create and sustain strong relationships with her family or a community that can support her and give her a sense of safety and belonging.
Verna Hull should develop her listening skills and deepen her understanding and appreciation of women and their perspective. Verna Hull has to learn to trust her own feelings, intuitions and emotional needs. She needs to care for herself in an accepting, non-judgmental way.
It is in Verna Hull's best interest to take all that is good and helpful from her past and use it in a new way. (If she is so inclined, Verna may want to explore the potential of past-life regression to tap into gifts she has already developed).
Verna Hull has to learn to communicate and express herself through the written or spoken word. It is best for Verna to study, learn skills and develop her intellectual interests and capacities. Hull needs to become involved in sharing and exchanging information with others and in developing her intellectual reasoning ability. Verna Hull should practice using her mind, her thinking skills and her ability to be objective. "Work smarter, not harder" might be a motto for her.
Writing, teaching, recording, transcribing, dialoguing, negotiating, mediating, communicating, or facilitating clear communication are significant activities for Verna Hull to pursue.
Her relationships with others could be rather unstable and unreliable. With a somewhat negative attitude and weak will, Verna Hull avoids opposition and escapes her responsibilities. In her relationships she is likely to choose people who are asocial.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Saturn in Cancer
Saturn in 11th house
N. Node in Aquarius
N. Node in 6th house
N. Node Opposition Mars
N. Node Conjunct Moon
N. Node Conjunct Mercury
N. Node Opposition Mars/Neptune