Karen Martini has an ideal of which she is only partially conscious, but it has a great influence on her psychology. She is determined to preserve her integrity and purity. Even though she may not be aware of it, she is often preoccupied by this predicament. How can she live in this world and remain true to herself? How can she succeed in life without sacrificing her ideals? It's the eternal philosophical dilemma. She has developed a solution, however; she elaborates a fairly strict code of behavior and tries to obey it as much as possible. The path that she walks in life is straight and narrow. She yearns for a life that would reflect the ideal she has set for herself, as free as possible from irrational mysteries and human failings.
In fact, although she may sometimes seem a bit rigid, a bit lacking in perspective, it is because her mind understands the macrocosm through the microcosm, and she must observe the completed system before she will form her opinion. She is especially good at sorting and choosing, because her mind is like a filter. It rejects the impurities and only accepts the pure and useful. Analysis, deductive reasoning, and a sense of experimentation are her qualities. She possesses great meticulousness and precision which make her a quick and efficient worker. However, she may rely too strongly on her analytical faculties, to the detriment of an overall perception of reality.
She likes purity and therefore justice. Thus, she is sensitive to human suffering, especially as a result of social injustice, and she will try to remedy the situation according to what she has learned. Once again, the overriding themes of her personality emerge. She wants to preserve an ideal, avoid deterioration, change, adulteration. She is offended by imperfection and try to find ways to correct it. She is eager to help, to be useful, to serve a great cause, but she sometimes does not know whom or what she seeks to serve. Whatever purpose she adopts, she must learn to help without surrendering herself entirely; she tends to try to disappear into the background of a hierarchy. She is sometimes attracted by readymade systems, which soothe a certain anxiety she has. She wouldn't mind devoting herself to a state, a big corporation, or a dogma. It would be reasonable and satisfying. But she sometimes forget to rebel a bit – to evaluate whether the end justifies the means. She is reassured by predictability. When she commits herself, she wants to know exactly
Karen Martini needs movement. She is a talented communicator.
Karen Martini has a sense of selfless duty and devotion. Work is one of the most important aspects of life for her.
Karen has a good balance between her need for movement and her tendency to be sedentary. She is just as likely to adapt to situations which require outbursts of initiative as to those which demand patience and perseverance.
Karen Martini was born in the three days after the rising of the new moon. This “soli-lunar” configuration gives her a subjective character, somewhat impulsive and sometimes emotive. Generally, she does not see the world in objective terms; instead, she bases her attitude on the feelings various situations arouse inside her. Likewise, in human relationships, she tends to project her imaginary reality onto others instead of seeing them for what they are. As a result, her judgements and reasoning are sometimes deprived of perspective. She may want to make an effort to refrain from overinterpreting other people's actions, because, being the product of her imagination in most cases, her interpretations are mistaken. If she applies herself to listening more openly, people may reveal their deeper motivations. She'll be happier and more effective as a result.