Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thinks if you really want to improve and transform yourself, the first step is to become aware of the weaknesses which may be holding you back and preventing your evolution. She believes that you should be aware of your dependency on other people, your uncertainty, your sentimentalism, and your weakness for comfort. Becoming aware of these weaknesses can help you to improve your life and make you a better person.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez obeys a drive to live and accomplish her purpose in an intense and immediate way. Whenever she encounters direct resistance, she might find herself beset by frustration. If the resistance lasts, she may eventually be overwhelmed by anxiety, nervous tension, and discouragement. In addition, she has the ability to focus her strength and leadership potential on problems which require immediate solutions. Her lack of patience and persistence may spur problems.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tends to be restless and impatient. Your dissatisfaction sometimes compels you to launch yourself into an energetic effort to transform society. Because you have the ability to conceive of fairly radical models for social change, you sometimes demonstrate a desire to spearhead a progressive movement. However, your determination to impose your own ideas forcefully could turn off people you are so eager to help. You will do well to realize that only a transpersonal vision of the world (that is, a vision which transcends your own personal ego problems) is appropriate nourishment for the archetypes which could bring about a real transformation and improvement of social structures.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez struggles with setting realistic goals and with organization. She idealizes potential partners in the beginning but then tries to dodge her commitment and desperately plot to extricate herself. In other life pursuits, she tends to rush into activities, of which she has a crude, confused concept. Life can step in to urge her to slow down and induce her to organize herself with more patience and forethought.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez can be hypersensitive and easily offended, although she frequently changes her opinion and doesn’t hold a grudge. She abhors conflict and is a good listener. Her key to self-improvement will be learning to control her impressionability.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez reacts peremptorily to all opposition and will brook no contradiction. Her desires are sometimes imperious, and she expresses them impulsively, by fits and starts, which may elicit resentment and antagonism in her partners. Life will force her to set more universal goals and centers of interest for herself. It would be a good idea for her to release some excess internal tension through physical exercise.