Consciousness and The Ideal of Self:
Penelope Disick needs others in order to structure herself. She intuitively senses this need and seeks a balance between her individual ambitions and need to give to others and be loved and recognized in return, although it sometimes eludes her. Marriage and friendship could be realms to which she is especially devoted, but they may also prove to be a source of conflict and disillusion.
At the moment of Penelope Disick’s birth, the two celestial “lights” (the sun and the moon) were symmetrically aligned. This is a portent of harmony between the masculine and feminine archetypes which is extremely beneficial. It is the source of balance and understanding between the two main psychological realms which may be said to compose the personality. Penelope Disick thus enjoys a positive complementarity and understanding between the conscious and unconscious aspects of her psyche, between her determination and her routines, between her drive for self-assertion and her receptivity, her ideal and her sensitivity.
Penelope Disick’s parents almost certainly reflected a positive image of the marriage relationship to her, and it is likely that they encouraged her to develop her own individuality. As a result, Penelope Disick was and is able to be comfortable with herself as she is instead of striving to attain her parents’ ideal. This has definitely contributed to the maintenance of a good relationship with them and the rest of the family.
In Penelope Disick’s emotional relationships with her peers, one of the effects of the masculine/feminine harmony is that the images her ego projects on the other are especially constructive. The bonds of the relationship are not felt to be constraints, the energy which flows between the two people is a source of mutual happiness, not regret. No major personal conflicts are projected onto the “other” – that is, the significant other.
Penelope Disick is sober and rather reserved and may even strike people as harsh and austere at times. Perhaps she was raised in an atmosphere of rigor and sobriety, and, as a result, grew up very fast. She has acquired a spirit of self-sufficiency, tends to be rather uncompromising, and has a touchy sense of her personal dignity and worth. It is almost as though she is fighting an inner battle with her father or a father figure. The psychological models she received from her father or a father figure as a result of her interaction and her own interaction with authority may not have played a major role in shaping her relationships with the outer world and society. She may thus have been forced to compensate for this lack with individual determination.
As a result, although she is skillful, meticulous, conscientious, and efficient, a lack of self-confidence and personal assurance sometimes makes her timid and hesitant. She sometimes feels as though she is only masquerading as a respectable, sober adult. She tends to be far too critical of herself and rarely feel satisfied that she is living up to her ideal. These unnecessary guilt feelings may lead her to turn down the prominent career positions for which she is fully qualified. She is aware that early success is often short-lived and fragile and that time rewards those who know how to be patient and persistent, like her.
Due to Penelope Disick’s need for security, she tends to limit the scope of her activities, and sometimes must struggle to muster the energy to face unfamiliar situations. She is more or less passive and has a strong urge to take refuge in the past.
Penelope Disick is an ardent free thinker and individualist who is convinced that her most precious basic values are freedom and independence. She has thrown off what she perceives as the burden of the convention and customs of her social class and adopted an innovative lifestyle. Her passionate convictions, bordering on proselytism, sometimes trouble her relationships, as she may be an uncompromising partner. She would do well to learn to recognize her own limitations and accept the responsibilities she has to other people, or she is liable to find herself continually embroiled in conflicting relationships.
The roots of her somewhat extreme behavior probably lie in her relationship with her father or her teachers in childhood and adolescence. For one reason or another, she may have rejected the paternal image or refused to identify with her father, in the same way as she now refuses to adopt any values related to convention, tradition, or widespread usage. In every important life decision she makes as an adult, she is forced to rely on herself to elaborate the appropriate behavior, and the limits she must impose on her desires in relation to reality and the law.
Adaptation and Sensitivity:
Hypersensitive, Penelope is extremely receptive to the mood in her surroundings. She is unconsciously able to perceive the parapsychic signals or aura people give off, in addition to their words. As a result, she is extremely compassionate and ready to devote herself to their well-being. Her imagination has formulated the dream of an ideal life, and she sometimes feels ill-equipped for the realities of this existence. She tends to dodge difficult situations. With her partner, she seeks fusion.
Although Penelope Disick’s demeanor is cool and distant, she is extremely sensitive. In some cases, her rather austere and rigid behavior and her refusal to yield too readily to sentimentality discourage others from being too demonstrative of their tenderness and affection. She has spells of melancholy in which she does not feel worthy of being loved and tends to forbid herself any emotional fulfillment whatsoever. An austere or somewhat traumatic childhood experience may be the source of this behavior. It is difficult for her inner self to be detached from this past life, and she sometimes has trouble reconciling the image she has of herself as an adult with the one she acquired back then. The idea she has of herself as an individual is related to the image her parents projected onto her as a child. Nevertheless, the past is history, and she is now an adult. Through self-work, she can rid herself of these phantoms. She has the ability to overcome her mistakes, as well as great endurance and will power to achieve her goals. Nevertheless, she must not repress her sensitivity in order to succeed.
Sometimes sensitive and emotive, Penelope Disick cringes from life, passively hoping for a better future, a utopian society, or a transcendent state of consciousness. However, by taking refuge in dreams, Penelope Disick may expose herself to adversity, both socially and in her private life.
Love and Sensuality:
Penelope Disick enjoys captivating people with the elegance and ease of her expression. She is a witty and engaging flirt, an avid player of the game of love. As a result, the history of her affections is liable to be episodic, a long series of chapters about conquests or fleeting love affairs. She may carry on some love relationships by writing letters.
Penelope Disick’s birth chart indicates 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.
The epitome of sensitivity, delicacy, and intuition, Penelope Disick’s personality and charm arouse protective instincts. Penelope Disick’s tendency to flee from realities which hurt her and her need to delude herself may nevertheless lead to major emotional failures (with people who are too weak to protect her, who deluded themselves upon meeting her). Once Penelope Disick settles down, she will become devoted and happy. The bonds of commitment are the best protection she can give herself. Penelope Disick’s ideal match would be a sensitive or artistic soul who would do everything to make her happy. Penelope Disick’s parental instincts are highly developed, and if she chooses to have them, her children will bring her fulfillment.
Penelope Disick is very flirtatious and radiates charm and grace. She is attracted to considerate people who are sophisticated and attentive, as well as being drawn to artistic and fashionable circles. She uses her tact and easy-going nature to smooth things over and put everyone at ease. After many brief romances in her youth, she may settle down with someone special. If it’s going to last, romance must not be allowed to disappear from this relationship.
Penelope Disick may be characterized by strong sensual and affectionate urges which drive her to seek pleasure. Her need for romantic fulfillment may compel her to marry, because she also seeks the legal and social legitimacy the institution of marriage confers on an emotional bond. Indeed, the household is liable to be prosperous and even opulent, as if this offered further evidence that she had indeed achieved success. However, privately, she might be less committed to certain obligations and duties.
Penelope Disick has an ardent and amorous character, and her relationships with the other sex are enlivened by intensity and passion. A charmer perpetually engaged in a quest for the ideal love, she is often more in love with the idea of love than with her partners. As a result, her love life may be subject to some instability. She is generally attracted to original people who defy norms, standards, and classifications, and expects them to amaze and fascinate her. Love is often a matter of luck with her. Even when a relationship falls apart, she does not see the experience as a failure or a tragedy; instead, she seems to learn valuable lessons from her mistakes. Psychologically, her emotion contributes positively and efficiently to her evolution. From another standpoint, her acute sensitivity predisposes her to original and subtle tastes; she is so receptive to beauty and attached to the concepts of truth and balance that they may all combine to yield remarkable creative potential.
Penelope Disick has a romantic imagination, soaring with idealism, dreams, and poetry. Penelope is emotive and hypersensitive, making Penelope especially vulnerable emotionally, since Penelope is sometimes overwhelmed by Penelope’s feelings and affects. Although Penelope seeks an ideal soulmate, a partner with whom Penelope could maintain blissful, smooth relations, Penelope is sometimes met with disillusionment. Because Penelope’s rather excessive sensitivity and Penelope’s need to merge with the other are deep and powerful enough, they can submerge Penelope’s judgment and discernment, so Penelope sometimes forms extremely intense bonds too quickly with individuals who are not appropriate partners in many ways. When Penelope meets someone, Penelope falls under the enchantment of Penelope’s dream of ideal love and cannot keep Penelope from delighting in a reverie of future romance, placing the other on a pedestal. Early on in the relationship, Penelope yields to another of Penelope’s characteristic urges and loses Penelope in the individual who is so dear to Penelope, melding with them, only to awaken one morning and find Penelope as if in the arms of a stranger, greatly astounded and disappointed. Actually, Penelope’s psyche is constructed in such a way as to make Penelope’s sensitivity a function of the environment, in many cases; it follows the flow of momentary emotions and impressions. Before Penelope takes on any major commitments, Penelope should make a conscious effort to evaluate the relationship realistically, and see whether the person really reciprocates Penelope’s intense love, for Penelope may merely be in love with the mirage of an ideal partner. Penelope’s tendency to believe in Penelope’s illusions may mark Penelope as an easy prey for people with bad intentions. It would be a good idea for Penelope to find a different object for Penelope’s affections, or a form of sublimation, because Penelope tends to be so disappointed by Penelope’s great emotional investments. The delicacy and subtlety of Penelope’s imagination procure artistic refinement for Penelope, and Penelope loves the arts, music, and literature, which could all be good sources of emotional involvement and fulfillment. Because Penelope’s sensitivity also makes it easy for Penelope to empathize with the psychological or social difficulties Penelope’s peers are struggling with, Penelope might also find it rewarding to commit Penelope to social work.
From the outside, Penelope Disick seems to be detached and aloof, but on the inside she is an extremely complex individual, full of contradictions. Because she sometimes feels vulnerable emotionally, she tries to control not only her own feelings and urges, but may also strive to manipulate those of her partners. She aspires to a profound and enduring spiritual unity, but at the same time, the idea of abandoning herself and yielding to the other terrifies her. This anguish may be a source of rather extreme behavior patterns and a somewhat self-focused attitude which could damage the relationship. Because she is guarded and somewhat secretive, she tends to be suspicious and is especially uneasy about spontaneous intimacy, although she is fascinated by sexuality. Within the privacy of the couple, she will not express her feelings unless she is subject to some tension. Life may be peppered with frequent crises and feuds, arguments and spats which usually act as erotic provocation. This derivation of eroticism from anxiety tends to be one of the fundamental characteristics of her emotional and sexual functioning. As a result, she is likely to be attracted by stormy and complicated relationships.
Mental and Intellect:
Powerfully ruled by Penelope Disick’s determination and vital needs, her intellectual abilities come to the forefront when her purpose is to communicate her ideal and plot her action or strategy. She can be both logical and astute and have gifts for theorizing but may sometimes lack perspective.
Penelope Disick tries to shun subjectivity and be as objective as possible. Her thoughts are usually structured, and her reasoning, based on objective facts or experience, usually relates to practical goals.
In relations with other people, Penelope Disick’s behavior is usually kind and benevolent. Penelope exerts a certain charm, knows how to speak persuasively and convincingly, and is adept at smoothing the asperities of what Penelope has to say when it is necessary. This aspect of Penelope’s personality is a great advantage to Penelope socially; however, in situations where Penelope must either compete or deal with direct conflict and hostility, Penelope may be somewhat at a loss for how to behave.
Penelope has an undeniable gift for oratory which could be applied to a communications-related occupation or to artistic expression (as a stage or screen actor). Writing and dance, two other arts which associate expression and movement, might also be fields in which Penelope would excel.