Shannon Noll has written a book about consciousness and the ideal of self.
Shannon Noll has a confidence in herself that sometimes falters. She might try to compensate for this weakness by insisting on her authority over others. With the people she is emotionally committed to, the same nagging feelings of insecurity prevent her from expressing her generosity and love fully; her extreme independence sometimes hides an inability to abandon herself and a lack of assurance.
Shannon has a good balance between his need for movement and his tendency to be sedentary. He is just as likely to adapt to situations which require outbursts of initiative as to those which demand patience and perseverance.
Shannon Noll has an immense need to assert her individuality. Her attitudes and actions are actually motivated by an unconscious desire for power. They puzzle the people close to her, who cannot understand whether her behavior is the result of pure selfishness or merely of an excess of energy. Shannon Noll is lively, alert, and determined, but she is too easily distracted from goals by futile competition or opportunities to exhibit her power. She has a short temper and must learn to control her impulsiveness, which might expose her to a great deal of unnecessary conflict.
Shannon does not always feel in tune with society's rules and conventions. The mask of sociability most well-adapted 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.
Shannon Noll 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.
Shannon Noll has a strong sense of freedom and independence. She expends a great deal of energy to ensure that her private life expresses these values. To avoid being tied down, she tends to be skittish when it comes to any profound involvement in a relationship. As a consequence, she might intellectualize her emotions and feelings and feel as though she can live more easily on friendship than on love. Shannon Noll is extremely socially-minded but idealistic, having a strong affinity with the ideals of some social reform movement. Her imagination looks to the future.
Shannon has a cool and distant demeanor, although her sensitivity is evident. 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 tend to forbid herself any emotional fulfillment whatsoever. An austere or somewhat traumatic childhood experience may be the source of this behavior. Shannon has the ability to overcome her mistakes, as well as great endurance and will power to achieve her goals. However, she must not repress her sensitivity in order to succeed.
Shannon Noll has a fear of emotional commitment. The truth is, she prefers to observe life from afar rather than come down and dirty her hands in it. However, this fearful and distant attitude will not necessarily enable her to know and love herself better.
Shannon Noll has an emotional and tend to react suddenly and excessively as soon as her sensitivity is touched. Although she feels that her independence, freedom, and self-sufficiency are fundamental values, she is sometimes frustrated by her need to rely on her family or friends. Moreover, she does not always grant the freedom of other people the same respect as her own. Likewise, she is sometimes angered by expressions of maternal tenderness, as if she feared that it would doom her to eternal dependency. Her ambivalent behavior, full of jagged edges, may be traced back to the relationship she had with her mother or a mother figure. Although she was dependent on them, they may have rejected her. Now this attitude is extended to any situation in which her sensitivity comes into play and emotional bonds are liable to form. To ward off her feelings of dependency, she sometimes tends to become destructive. Based on denial, her reactions might be fierce, impulsive, excessive, erratic, or contradictory.
Shannon Noll has a penchant for intense emotions. Sexuality is a prominent element in her life, and her relationships, which are usually passionate, are motivated by her desires. She likes to understand the hidden side of people, their secret or unconfessed motivations. She would thus find a career which placed her in contact with troubled people especially rewarding.
Shannon Noll has written a book on the topic of love and sensuality.
Shannon has fairly lofty amorous aspirations. The soulmate she imagines for herself is brilliant and dazzling with an array of talents and beauty. However, the gap between her splendid ideal and reality is sometimes wide. She should be careful not to confuse her romantic ideal with reality and become aware that her tendency to project may be a way of fleeing from herself.
Shannon Noll's birth chart indicates a somewhat introverted emotional function which is influenced by the cultural values traditional to her family and social class. Because she does not always trust her emotional urges and reactions, she generally prefers to hang back and acquire some perspective before committing herself emotionally.
Shannon Noll has a difficult time emotionally involving herself. The usual romantic behavior and the lifestyle values prevailing in this area are not really appropriate for her. As a result, she seeks few intimate emotional relationships or contacts. She tends to stay in the background and fulfill her emotional needs by sublimating. She might not attain full romantic satisfaction until she reaches middle age.
Shannon Noll has a romantic and idealistic although inhibited in love. She tends to seek the impossible. Although her love life may be marked by disappointments, she will never ignore her imagination… Her ideal of independence may nevertheless be frustrated by the constraints inherent to married life.
Shannon has a taste for a lively social life full of encounters with new people. She thrives on baroque adventures and seeks out partners who will add to her prestige or facilitate her success. She is quite adept at charming people who outclass her socially and may help her climb the social ladder.
Shannon has a strong sensual and affectionate urge which drives 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.
Shannon has a mental and intellect that is equally impressive. She is able to think outside the box, and come up with strategies which no one else has thought of.
Shannon 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. Shannon is also good at comparing, evaluating, and weighing information. This intellectual modus operandi has enabled her to develop an innate sense of values, both artistic and ethical, as well as a remarkable ability to relate to other people. Her appreciative, conciliatory attitude makes her a skillful diplomat able to untangle conflict situations deftly and with ease. In other situations, her artistic spirit is sensitive to a wide variety of harmonies.
Shannon 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.
Shannon has a lively and agile spirit. She is curious and open-minded, approaching various life experiences with an attitude free of dogmatism and prejudice. As a result of her great mental vitality, she tends to have an opinion on every subject, but she does not always have the patience necessary to examine a subject in-depth.
Shannon enjoys manipulating expressions and concepts and amuses herself with witty remarks, satire, and controversy. If she learned to control her flow of words and elaborate her thoughts more, she could make a talented communicator. Because she is often too hasty to formulate and construct the arguments which would back up and inform her ideas, she is sometimes misunderstood.
Shannon is often blind to the rashness of her judgments and convinced they are well-founded and objective, which sometimes irritates the people around her. If she were to succeed in disciplining her mind somewhat, she would have innumerable opportunities to apply her communications skills to a great career. However, she would do well to be careful of her nerves.