Eva Cudmore searches for stability in her life. She wants to find a firm, unchanging structure, but her efforts are often vain because unconsciously, she desires the opposite. Every time she believes she has found a good balance, she realizes she wants something entirely different. She would do well to become aware that the concepts of stability and balance are difficult to apply to life. By definition, life is movement, change, and perpetual instability.
Eva Cudmore often feels out of place in society. The mask of sociability many people wear is difficult for her to assume, and it is hard for her to act out the roles expected of her as a normal member of the community. The usual social values and rewards, like money, respect, and prestige, only mildly interest her. Her refusal or inability to play the social game may make it hard for her to find a job, which may have negative consequences on her financial and legal status. Reluctant and unwilling to adapt to the demands of social life, she sometimes unwittingly makes mistakes when a new project is in the planning stages. For example, she may leave gaps in a job application, botch up an interview with a prospective employer, or make a big mistake when bidding for a contract. But her financial difficulties may clear up when her emotional ones do.
Eva Cudmore usually maintains a cool and detached demeanor, suppressing her emotions and sensitivity in order to avoid situations where she might be forced to express them. This inhibition is related to a feeling of not having been loved enough. In many cases, to the detriment of her love life, Eva is capable of plunging all her energy into her work. She seeks social recognition through her career achievements.
Eva Cudmore is an expansive, affable, and communicative associate. Indeed, some people find her generous almost to a fault! She gives of herself and her resources unstintingly. Paradoxically, there are times when she is self-focused. She reacts instinctively, without taking the trouble to analyze a given situation, and is prone to misjudge. As a result, her everyday life may be riddled with a whole variety of practical problems. Indeed, she senses a conflict between her social life and her family and will sometimes find it hard to fulfill herself in both spheres at the same time. Her attitude toward her private life may inhibit her ambitions for social or career expansion; at worst, society (the law) may impinge on her private life. She should be careful not to project her personal problems onto her partner. If, instead, the two of them analyzed the problem, they might be able to find opportunities to resolve it together.
Eva Cudmore is afraid to love. She is careful to protect her sensitivity, and she desires to maintain control of her feelings. However, her determination to be rational often stands in the way of intimacy and joy.
Eva Cudmore’s birth chart indicates that she has an emotional function which is expressed in a direct and fairly impulsive way. She enjoys reaching out to other people and making discoveries. An eternal teenager with her gaze riveted on the future, she is imbued with an eminently subjective and personal idealism.
Eva Cudmore’s timidity means she maintains a detached personality. She may be uncomfortable with herself and have irrational fears or anxieties. As a result, it is difficult for her to show her other qualities, such as a sense of duty, perseverance, and a good sense of organization. She accepts her circumstances as her fate and is likely to avoid opportunities for self-improvement, unless she throws herself into a career and becomes a shrewd businesswoman. She is likely to marry someone she will dominate but who will be gentle with her, providing her with a sense of self-fulfillment.
Eva Cudmore is a true romantic at heart. She dreams of a devoted admirer who will carry her off, far from home and who, most of all, will cure her latent emotional depression. But real life is more mundane and she may end up with a partner who won’t share the burden of practical constraints and responsibilities and chases after adventure. Maturity will help her to make a second relationship a happier one.
Eva Cudmore is a flexible individual, and her intellectual faculties draw on sudden flashes of pure intuition as well as logical, rational thought. She has progressive, inventive, and sometimes utopian ideas; they usually relate to human or social problems. She always strives to be in the vanguard, creating a better world for the future.
Eva Cudmore expresses her thoughts and ideas in direct, spontaneous outbursts. She is fairly extroverted and eager to discover and understand the outer world. An idealist, she looks forward to a bright future but is sometimes subjective and reckless.
Eva Cudmore has a structured mind and penetrating intelligence, but her thought processes tend to be somewhat plodding. This slow pace may be the consequence of some failure or humiliation during her formative years. She is fairly inhibited and pessimistic and tends to doubt in herself and her intellectual skills despite her undeniable gifts as a thinker. She should become aware that her thought patterns and habits are the sign that she is on the brink of a really big breakthrough which will give her an understanding of the complexity of things and phenomena; however, it will take time and effort. Her mind is deep and accurate and is attracted by the essence of things and their fundamental structure. As a result, she is particularly suited to the study of mathematics, architecture, engineering, or perhaps even politics. Her contribution to society will probably be most lasting and effective in the field of knowledge and expertise. Whatever career she chooses, she should learn to work alone, because she tends to be uncomfortable in some surroundings. She will also have to learn to conquer her impatience, because she tends to waste time agonizing over deadlines and schedules. Moreover, a lack of self-confidence could cause her to be fairly conventional and respectful of time-honored ways. Instead, she should find the courage to question her convictions.
Eva Cudmore has a great deal of intuition but sometimes has problems organizing her thought processes and making an intellectual commitment. The concepts of boundary and structure are inimical to her mind, which is open and all-encompassing, premonitory, and web-like. Her thoughts may be verbally indeterminate, vague, and ill defined. She tends to understand or sense things globally, without always noticing their component parts. Usually, she can’t see the trees for the forest. In daily life, although her perceptions are lively and subtle, she may display a kind of absent-mindedness, out of a fear of annoying people with her shrewdness or of fighting to assert herself. Her imagination sometimes escapes from the confines of logic, cringing from a confrontation with reality. This unwillingness to face the real world may cause relationship or career challenges.