Jessie James Decker experiences her inner life as a process of growth and maturation, nurtured by her involvement with others and the positive and negative encounters this generates.
Jessie James Decker’s tendency to introversion inclines her to live inside herself, amid her inner world. She is apt to listen to her subjectivity, her intuition, and her secret opinions rather than reason and logic.
Jessie James Decker’s uppermost concern is her personal, subjective interest. Because the development of her personal identity requires great individual freedom of action, she tries to free herself from outer restraints and limitations. Psychologically self-centered, she remains fairly detached from the social world. She reduces such commitments to the strict minimum. Individualistic and egocentric, she derives her feelings of inner security from her ability to command her will and handle her personal involvements freely and openly.
For Jessie James Decker, family is deeply meaningful. She remains attached to her childhood and the memories associated with it. Mentally, she is a seeker and a questioner who enjoys solving the mysteries of life. Heritage, tradition, and the origins of her family and ancestry might become hobbies or even a profession. She will be very conscious of the legacy she has received from her forebears and are eager to enrich it.
Thought, intuition, and inner perceptions predominate in Jessie James Decker’s psyche. Open and curious, optimistic and enthusiastic, Decker is eager to participate in everything happening around them.
Decker’s affections are lively and spontaneous, but may be more intellectual than sensual. In a partner, they would seek a source of mutual spiritual or artistic inspiration.
Light-hearted and perhaps even fickle, Decker never allows themselves to be overcome by outer realities or emotions. In its most exaggerated form, their buoyancy borders on indifference.
The numerous contradictions and tensions which are a recurrent feature of Jessie James Decker’s astral theme balance each other out and endow her with a stable, well-tempered character. Indeed, they are especially likely to protect her from unsolvable frustrations and, in terms of reality, will enable her to acquire a certain social and professional success without too much effort on her part. At that point, she must be careful not to take on too many responsibilities. Her confidence in her ability to accomplish things may make her spread herself too thin.