Paige Taylor lives in the here-and-now, immediately obeying her impulses. She is guided by a fire burning within her. She rarely heeds the warnings of reflection and reason; instead, she listens to her instincts, as if her unconscious were perpetually emerging. This is the source of her spontaneity and passion. Because she is continually being born, she champions all phenomena symbolic of birth: breaking ground, beginning, clearing. She has little interest for pursuing the new ideas she brought into being, because her inner flame is always urging her to move on quickly to the next innovation. She is not a good manager. She is straightforward. When she commits herself, she does so with mind, body, and soul. Restraint and moderation are concepts which are totally foreign to her, because she lives by the fullness of her instinct, the force of her desire.
Due to her energetic temperament, her determination immediately invents the action necessary to fulfill her desires. It goes without saying that her attitude engenders certain risks. Sometimes her impetuousness, or a lack of maturity or patience, or a keen appetite for experience leads her into a blind alley. But risk is a part of her life. Since her fervor is immune to calculation, second thoughts, and cunning, she has no fear. She is the type of hero whose courageous deeds are difficult to distinguish from acts of bravado or of sheer foolhardiness. Her top priority is to take action, immediately. Delay is torture to her. She is in a hurry to live, to take her urges and impulses to their ultimate conclusion, even though her lack of forethought may actually make her goal take longer to accomplish. She rarely evaluates obstacles objectively: instead, she dash into the fray, bristling with determination, oblivious to the size or scope of the difficulties. She rides home triumphantly, whether she has battered her head against a brick wall or met no resistance whatsoever. But she has a true hero’s courage and vitality. She is undaunted by challenges and real danger, to the surprise of outside observers.
Like everyone, she sometimes experience failure. But she rarely despair or become overly discouraged by it; it never overcomes her. She doesn’t see it as a tragedy; she just figure she missed that time, but next time, she won’t. In fact, she’ll muster even more strength and power for the next attack, since she is convinced she can succeed. She sometimes has problems finishing something she has started. Once the glamour of the initial urge and enthusiasm is dulled, she loses some of her potency and find herself faced with a sluggish material reality which does not always inspire her. It is important for her to tackle short-term tasks only. Of course, she will have recognized all of the above qualities as being the stuff of which great leaders are made. Sharing her enthusiasm and drive, and delegating the follow-up tasks to more patient assistants, she can accomplish amazing things. Stirred by all the stimuli of the outside world, this animal is indifferent to nothing.
As a result, her emotionalism can sometimes trouble or destabilize her. Moreover, she is eternally impassioned. And since passion is by definition uncontrollable, once it is kindled it is either consumed or consuming. The fire will either fuel her and drive her along or sputter in frustration. She should be aware of her penchant for excess. If she is subject to a negative passion, she can be irritable and heedless to everything except her impulses, which are not always reasonable. She must channel her energy in positive directions. Her vigor is only an outer armor. Although she may seem to embody strength itself, full of self-assurance and courage, she has a vulnerable underbelly: her inner self.
As a result, the quality of her emotional relationships has an important impact on her overall well-being. She would do well to take the time to get a good education. It will counteract her tendency to oversimplify. People and things are more complex than she might imagine, and her intellectual efforts will help her understand them.
Paige Taylor yearns for a purpose in life, even faraway or abstract.
Paige Taylor is attentive to work and profit. Paige Taylor will probably be financially comfortable throughout life.
At the time of Paige’s birth, her rising sign was located in Scorpio (the Scorpion), while the sun was passing through the sign of Aries (the Ram). A summary of the various clues mentioned above provide her personality profile. The following key words capture the essence of her character and indicate certain contradictions which may be sources of tension:
Pugnacity – Individualism – Charisma – Vitality and passion – Dignity – Pugnacity – Shrewdness – Impatience – Concentration – Impetuosity – Optimism – Enterprise – Common sense – Innovation.
Her impulsiveness and determination combine to yield a courageous, enterprising, and bold personality, convinced she is a person of great destiny. Honing her self-discipline can help her use her energies to the best advantage.
She is bound to offend some people with her proud, impulsive demeanor, and it may also make her blind to her own possibilities for personal and spiritual self-improvement. Once her impetuosity and vitality are properly channeled or sublimated to a creative goal, she will attain better psychic harmony and great practical efficiency. She can then face her great destiny.
Born three and a half to seven days after the rising of the new moon, Paige is said to be a “crescent moon” lunar type. This “soli-lunar” configuration indicates that Paige may need to make an effort to free herself from the past. Something related to her childhood, parents, or ancestors is holding her back, impairing her effectiveness and could stand to be overcome.
Due to her past, Paige refuses tried-and-true models, is always fighting to justify her innovative viewpoints, and tends to break away from tradition. She is hardly ever aware that she is making career and lifestyle choices which are based on an urge to modify her relationship to society, and the rigid standards and models from the past.