The specificity of my personality can be summed up by my nostalgic yearning for my roots – a “paradise lost” which is also a source of energy and vitality. My power is linked to memory. I inhabit a present which draws sustenance from the past, from continuity and timelessness. The power of memory can either be dynamic or static. The consciousness of an inaccessible past can either immobilize me in melancholy and nostalgia, or shine as an ideal which motivates me to recreate a new harmony. My attitude and approach to the past are of key importance. If I think of it as a refuge, my obsession with it may be such that my progress is impeded. If, on the contrary, I think of it as a starting point or launching pad for my comprehension of the human condition, I will integrate it into my self-realization process. I possess a potential for great maturation and wisdom.
I am relatively slow-moving and may feel protected from the outer world by an armor of education, family surroundings (my most cherished environment), and social status. For this reason, I tend to limit the scope of my activities to a single well-defined sphere, and, within the boundaries I have established, release the entire spectrum of my rich and varied emotional expression. Sometimes I may feel overwhelmed by the prospect of situations which will introduce me to unfamiliar factors and elements; I see them as intrusions. Before I judge an event, a person, or a thing, I attempt to absorb it into my private universe. Of a fairly subjective and introverted turn of mind, I define everything in terms of the sensation it arouses in me as my consciousness embraces it. This predominance of sensation gives my extreme sensory finesse. My perceptions are intense, keen, penetrating right to the heart of people and things. My imagination, which is a function of my perceptions, is also lively, colorful, and prolific.
Because I am sometimes self-centered, attentive to and protective of my inner self, I may tend to withdraw into my shell when I encounter aggression from the outer world. As a result, I may sometimes become distant and secretive. My tendency to be rather short-tempered and easily offended, a classic flaw, is also the consequence of my need for protection and security. Despite my sensitivity, and my ability to be genuinely virtuous, I am not always gentle. My outbreaks of hostility are all the more wounding because of their rarity. However, more than aggressiveness, my stubbornness, slow insistence, and undying determination are the extremes which may complicate my life.
Once again, the family setting is vitally important to me. My attachment to my family in general and my mother or a mother figure, in particular, is deep. The way I resolve (or has resolved) the transition to adulthood and independence will be crucial to my well-being, both in terms of my inner harmony (the sensation and sensitivity which comprise my identity) and in terms of my romantic relationships.
Mckenna Grace is highly aware of psychological, metaphysical, or mystical questions. The future may hold a complete psychological metamorphosis in store for Mckenna Grace.
Friendship and membership in groups are vital to McKenna Grace's personal self-fulfillment.
At the time of McKenna's birth, her rising sign was located in Sagittarius (the Archer), while the sun was passing through the sign of Cancer (the Crab). 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:
Impetuosity – Sensitivity – Enthusiasm – Imagination – Group spirit – Eccentricity – Impressionability – Savings and thrift – Analytical mind – Worldly concerns – Obstinacy – Projection – Premonition.
Torn between her desire for independence and freedom and an undeniable need for security, she could have trouble finding an inner balance in the early part of her life. She is attracted by novelty and change and tempted by travel and exploration but also loyal to a small circle of interests and friends.
She is sometimes daring, sometimes cautious.
As an adult, she will probably achieve security and self-confidence when she creates her own home. At that point, all of her considerable resources will blossom: her mind will be open to intuitive intelligence emanating from her unconscious, and her fertile imagination will become a source of joy and creativity.
Born in the three days after the rising of the new moon, McKenna is said to be a “new moon” lunar type. 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.