originality and imagination
Areas Where Virginia Woolf is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
She is uninhibited and has an outrageous, crazy sense of humor. Virginia Woolf loves to get loose and she is often impulsive or "wild". Even if she appears conventional, Woolf is attracted to highly eccentric, creative, or unusual companions. In romantic relationships, Virginia Woolf is happiest when there is an element of surprise, unpredictability, and adventure. She may choose unstable love partners.
Compassionate and extremely sensitive to the emotional tones in the atmosphere surrounding her, Virginia Woolf is naturally "psychic" or able to sense and understand much about a person without talking to them or knowing them consciously at all. Virginia is deeply interested in the hidden realms of life and the afterlife. Her powerful sensitivity may also remain latent or repressed through much of Woolf's life and then be fully awakened in adulthood.
Virginia Woolf has a deep interest in secrets, the underworld or unconscious, and anything hidden and mysterious. Psychoanalysis, investigating her dreams, and other methods of uncovering secrets are very interesting to her. Virginia Woolf may be exceptionally perceptive intuitively or psychically. Her emotions and subconscious energies are complex, and periodic transformations and personal crises are sprinkled liberally throughout Woolf's lifetime.
Virginia Woolf tends to be a bit unsettled and discontented and could find it difficult to feel real joy. She seems to have an inner conflict between a conservative and liberal attitude, making her relationships with others, especially where love is concerned, rather tense.
She is able to organize activities well and to seek active cooperation with others. Some of Woolf's meetings could occur suddenly, or she may unexpectedly start to work on a project with others. At times Virginia Woolf could also have joint upsets or anxieties.
Virginia Woolf seems to be in a continuous state of excitement, is quite aggressive and quick to anger. Virginia wants to be in control in her relationships and is inclined to force her will on others. Her parents may be impatient and Virginia's up-bringing could have been too demanding.
Virginia has very deep emotional fears of failure and because of this she may over-extend herself in order to succeed. She is a hard worker and has great endurance, but her objectives may become obsessive and Virginia Woolf can be cruel and brutal.
Virginia Woolf has a strong desire to make a good impression and to influence many people. Virginia likes to be the center of attention and naturally assumes the position of a leader. Others acknowledge her openly and Virginia Woolf is likely to receive public recognition.
Her ambitions tend to be a bit fanatic and Virginia Woolf pursues her objectives very energetically. Woolf seems to have an extraordinary amount of energy, but should use care not to overwork herself and end up with a nervous breakdown.
Virginia does not seem to be at ease with the world around her and may experience periodic states of depression. She should guard against underhanded schemes or misrepresented facts when dealing with others in order to prevent being hurt or disappointed.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 5th house
Neptune in 12th house
Pluto in 12th house
Uranus Opposition Venus/Saturn
Uranus Conjunct Mars/N. Node
Pluto Opposition Sun/Uranus
Pluto Conjunct Moon/Mars
Pluto Conjunct Jupiter/Asc.
Pluto Opposition Uranus/MC
Pluto Conjunct Neptune/Asc.