The specific personality traits of Wolf Schröder can be summarized by his nostalgic yearning for his roots – a “paradise lost” which is also a source of energy and vitality. His power is linked to memory, and he inhabits 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 him in melancholy and nostalgia, or shine as an ideal which motivates him to recreate a new harmony. His attitude and approach to the past are of key importance. If he thinks of the past as a refuge, his obsession with it may be such that his progress is impeded. If, on the contrary, he thinks of the past as a starting point or launching pad for his comprehension of the human condition, he will integrate it into his self-realization process. He possesses a potential for great maturation and wisdom. He is relatively slow-moving and may feel protected from the outer world by an armor of education, family surroundings (his most cherished environment), and social status. For this reason, he tends to limit the scope of his activities to a single well-defined sphere, and, within the boundaries he has established, release the entire spectrum of his rich and varied emotional expression. Sometimes he may feel overwhelmed by the prospect of situations which will introduce him to unfamiliar factors and elements; he sees them as intrusions. Before he judges an event, a person, or a thing, he attempts to absorb it into his private universe. Of a fairly subjective and introverted turn of mind, he defines everything in terms of the sensation it arouses in him as his consciousness embraces it. This predominance of sensation gives his extreme sensory finesse. His perceptions are intense, keen, penetrating right to the heart of people and things. His imagination, which is a function of his perceptions, is also lively, colorful, and prolific. Because he is sometimes self-centered, attentive to and protective of his inner self, he may tend to withdraw into his shell when he encounters aggression from the outer world. As a result, he may sometimes become distant and secretive. His tendency to be rather short-tempered and easily offended, a classic flaw, is also the consequence of his need for protection and security. Despite his sensitivity, and his ability to be genuinely virtuous, he is not always gentle. His outbreaks of hostility are all the more wounding because of their rarity. However, more than aggressiveness, his
Wolf Schröder needs movement. He is a talented communicator.
Wolf Schröder needs others to fulfill himself and accomplish his ambitions.
At the time of your birth, your rising sign was located in Virgo (the Virgin), while the sun was passing through the sign of Cancer (the Crab). A summary of the various clues mentioned above provide your personality profile. The following key words capture the essence of your character and indicate certain contradictions which may be sources of tension:
Modesty – Sensitivity – Analytical thought – Imagination – Strict logic – Eccentricity – Attention to detail – Savings and thrift – Perfectionism – Suspicion – Anxiety and worry – Obstinacy – Nervousness – Premonition.
Very shy due to your sensitivity and impressionability, you may sometimes feel paralyzed by your emotions and feelings. You are somewhat nervous about the future and might take refuge from this sense of foreboding in a nostalgia for the past. What you fear is disappointment. Note that these inhibitions could slow your personal development. Although you have many skills and a great deal of potential, you need encouragement and support in order to take full advantage of your qualities, which can be defined as a gift for analysis and criticism, and a striving for perfectionism.
Born on the day of the new moon, Wolf Schröder is said to be of the “balsamic moon” type. This soli-lunar configuration gives him a spiritualistic character closely attached to generous humanitarian ideals. He is sometimes sorely tried to limit himself to the narrow scope of individual ambition. Indeed, he aims for a humanitarian ideal which would include the outcasts and the unfortunate. He fervently hope the meek will inherit the earth. To bring about this ideal, he is likely to seize every resource placed at his disposal: physical effort, money (if he has it), speech, his writings, and his poetic or artistic talents. However, he should be wary of his unconscious guilt feelings. Actually, there is no reason for him to devote himself to his mission entirely; a simple daily effort should suffice to express his philosophy and free his conscience. Usually, the three days preceding the new moon will be time in the monthly lunar cycle most favorable to his activities and his general energy level.