mental interests and abilities
She is a progressive thinker and she is open and receptive to new technologies and breakthroughs in science, and the latest discoveries in any field. Virginia Woolf has high expectations and a profound belief that mankind's problems can be solved through the use of man's creative intelligence and inventive mind. Virginia has no patience for those whose conservative, unimaginative outlook limits their capacity to find solutions and envision a better future. Woolf also likes to keep abreast of current developments in world affairs, for she instinctively knows that what happens in one part of the world affects everyone. Virginia Woolf has a strong humanitarian drive. Practically speaking, Virginia Woolf has an aptitude for organization and enjoys being involved in cooperative endeavors or businesses that are contemporary and innovative.
Virginia Woolf thinks a great deal about her career, her reputation and public image, and the way she makes a contribution or impact on the world at large. Public speaking or communications of some other kind is likely to be an important aspect of the work Virginia Woolf does.
Virginia Woolf has an abundance of ideas, interests, and plans for the future, and may find it difficult to focus on any single area. She is not a specialist for she seeks a broad overview; she wants a glance of the whole picture rather than a close scrutiny of its components. Philosophy, religion or other areas of theoretical speculation interest her.
She also possesses foresight, numerous enterprising ideas and a gambling instinct - all of which contribute to her success in the business world. However, Woolf's optimism and grand vision can also get her into trouble. Virginia Woolf sometimes promises more than she can deliver, glosses over important details that come back to haunt her later, and overestimates the potential of an idea or product.
Traveling is a great love of Woolf's, especially if there is a mind-expanding or educational aspect involved, and Virginia Woolf may travel extensively in her work. Consulting or education would be ideal fields for her.
Her mind works in a rather electric, inspired, sometimes brilliant way, and Virginia Woolf grasps new concepts very readily. However, her retention may be poor, as Woolf tends to leap from one idea to another in a flash, and often without thoroughly digesting any of them. Her mind may race so quickly that it is hard for Virginia Woolf to sit still for any length of time. Virginia has a highly sensitive nervous system and needs a relatively calm, stable environment to be at her best. Virginia Woolf should avoid over stimulating, frenetic places in order to stay balanced.
Her mind is highly imaginative and creative and she possesses dramatic, artistic or musical abilities. As a child, Virginia Woolf enjoyed daydreaming, fantasizing and pretending, and probably lived in "her own little world" a good deal. She perceives things that are not obvious to other people and Virginia Woolf has an uncanny ability to "read" people and situations without being told anything about them. However, Virginia Woolf must learn to discriminate between true psychic perception and her imagination. Learning to discipline and focus her mind is necessary if Woolf wishes to use all of her creative potential. Otherwise, Virginia Woolf could be simply a dreamer.
Communication with others is difficult for Virginia Woolf because she often finds words frustrating and inadequate to express her experiences and perceptions. Also, Virginia may purposefully mystify or deceive others.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Aquarius
Mercury in 10th house
Mercury Square Jupiter
Mercury Quincunx Uranus
Mercury Square Neptune