You are an introverted person who is wary of the outside world. Your quest for identity with a spiritual whole gives you a voracious appetite for ideologies, structures, and theories. You are intrigued by difficult problems and enjoy solving them. You have a depth of vision, common sense, and caution, your tendency to be a bit calculating and sometimes conservative, your stamina, and your independent mind all give you the ability to tackle difficult tasks.
When you take an initiative, it is after careful forethought and preparation. Your great composure, ability to resist and overcome obstacles and wickedness, and your foresight give you a great potential to accomplish total self-control. However, you must beware of one pitfall: excess. You tend to be a bit too rigid and intolerant; in intellectual pursuits, you can tend to be dogmatic, hermetic, or conformist.
Some people criticize your obsession with labeling things. A creature of duty, naturally sober and relatively self-disciplined, sometimes a little too demanding of yourself, you might commit yourself to a productive lifestyle as readily as to a stoic philosophy. The path to liberty mapped by a respect for order is not the easiest to follow.
Your introverted personality gives you an attitude of reserve. You appreciate solitude and do not always enjoy sharing your feelings. You avoid superficial human contact as much as possible. Indeed, you sometimes feels uncomfortable at long, drawn-out social occasions and activities, and your interest in others is aroused only when they discuss subjects of special concern to you, such as your own business. This cold exterior hides a lively sensitivity and a heart eager for passion. Quite sensitive and sometimes vulnerable to emotional urges, you would rather be safe than sorry. You tend to avoid casual dating and meaningless love affairs because they may destabilize you. As in every other endeavor, any emotional enterprise you embark upon will be for the long-term, after careful forethought and deliberation.
You prize deep feelings and the intense passion they arouse. Once you find a kindred spirit, you will have to learn how to express your feelings and release long pent-up urges. It is important for you to succeed, because if your emotions are deprived of the energy to obtain a release, your personality will become mired in a bog of unconscious repressed desires and frustrated yearnings.
Abbey Sy often puts her emotions front and center. She is sensitive and sometimes vulnerable to the outside world’s influence.
Abbey Sy feels a strong bond with her friends and enjoys being part of a group. She finds fulfillment in her relationships with others.
At the time of your birth, your rising sign was located in Taurus (the Bull), while the sun was passing through the sign of Capricorn (the Goat). Both are ruled by the element earth, which augurs a certain cohesiveness for your personality. A summary of the various clues mentioned above provide your personality profile. The following key words capture the essence of your character and indicate certain contradictions which may create tension:
Deliberation – Opposition to progress – Need for security – Compassion – Inhibition – Perseverance – Application – Pragmatism – Methodical mind – Productivity – Foresight – Sensuality – Loyalty.
The extreme steadiness, loyalty, and tenacity of your character endow you with the ability to organize your work meticulously and work with a power and purposefulness that no obstacle can impede. Your energy comes to the forefront especially when the people around you encounter difficulties or crises. Your attachment to material possessions, which procure for you the stability and security you need, leave you little freedom to enjoy surprises and changes in your routine. Despite a penchant for sorrow, nostalgia, and solitude, you are fairly amiable and willing to help others. Emotionally, you will commit yourself only after serious deliberation, but your love is steady and profound.
Abbey Sy was born on the night of a new moon, between three and one-half and seven days after the rising of the moon. This made her a “shining moon” type, which is said to give her a shining personality which is apt to communicate and transmit ideas. Throughout her life, Abbey will be attracted to the idea of acting as a spokesperson for a cause, idea, or person whose message seems essential to her. She’ll have to develop her powers of discernment, to determine which subjects or people are really worth her personal commitment.