ZODIAC CHILD

 

A Solar Writer Report

for Eugenie, Princess of York

 

 

 

Written by Stephanie Johnson

 

 

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Christine Bennett

 

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Astrological Summary

 

Chart Point Positions: Eugenie, Princess of York

 

Planet

Sign

Position

House

Comment

The Moon

Aquarius

22°Aq59'

4th

 

The Sun

Aries

2°Ar55'

6th

 

Mercury

Aries

7°Ar41'

6th

 

Venus

Aquarius

16°Aq38'

4th

 

Mars

Aquarius

9°Aq01'

4th

 

Jupiter

Cancer

1°Cn58'

9th

 

Saturn

Capricorn

23°Cp55'

3rd

 

Uranus

Capricorn

9°Cp23'

3rd

 

Neptune

Capricorn

14°Cp25'

3rd

 

Pluto

Scorpio

17°Sc29'

1st

 

The North Node

Aquarius

15°Aq34'

4th

 

The South Node

Leo

15°Le34'

10th

 

The Ascendant

Libra

21°Li22'

1st

 

The Midheaven

Cancer

28°Cn16'

10th

 

The Part of Fortune

Sagittarius

1°Sg18'

2nd

 

 

 

Chart Point Aspects

 

Planet

Aspect

Planet

Orb

App/Sep

The Moon

Semisquare

Mercury

0°18'

Separating

The Moon

Conjunction

Venus

6°21'

Separating

The Moon

Semisquare

Uranus

1°24'

Applying

The Moon

Square

Pluto

5°30'

Separating

The Moon

Conjunction

The North Node

7°25'

Separating

The Moon

Trine

The Ascendant

1°36'

Separating

The Sun

Conjunction

Mercury

4°45'

Separating

The Sun

Semisquare

Venus

1°17'

Separating

The Sun

Square

Jupiter

0°56'

Separating

The Sun

Square

Uranus

6°28'

Applying

The Sun

Sesquisquare

Pluto

0°26'

Separating

The Sun

Trine

The Midheaven

4°39'

Separating

The Sun

Trine

The Part of Fortune

1°36'

Separating

Mercury

Sextile

Mars

1°20'

Applying

Mercury

Square

Uranus

1°42'

Applying

Venus

Sesquisquare

Jupiter

0°20'

Applying

Venus

Square

Pluto

0°51'

Applying

Venus

Conjunction

The North Node

1°03'

Separating

Venus

Opposition

The South Node

1°03'

Separating

Venus

Trine

The Ascendant

4°44'

Applying

Mars

Conjunction

The North Node

6°32'

Applying

Mars

Opposition

The South Node

6°32'

Applying

Jupiter

Opposition

Uranus

7°25'

Applying

Jupiter

Sesquisquare

Pluto

0°30'

Applying

Jupiter

Sesquisquare

The North Node

1°24'

Separating

Jupiter

Semisquare

The South Node

1°24'

Separating

Jupiter

Quincunx

The Part of Fortune

0°40'

Separating

Saturn

Square

The Ascendant

2°32'

Separating

Saturn

Opposition

The Midheaven

4°20'

Applying

Uranus

Conjunction

Neptune

5°01'

Applying

Neptune

Sextile

Pluto

3°04'

Applying

Neptune

Semisquare

The Part of Fortune

1°53'

Applying

Pluto

Square

The North Node

1°54'

Applying

Pluto

Square

The South Node

1°54'

Applying

The North Node

Trine

The Ascendant

5°48'

Separating

The Midheaven

Trine

The Part of Fortune

3°02'

Separating

 


Introduction

 

 

"There are stars whose radiance is visible on earth though they have long been extinct. There are people whose brilliance continues to light the world though they are no longer among the living. These lights are particularly bright when the night is dark."  -- Hannah Senesh

 

This report has been written to introduce you to the concepts of astrology and how to get started with a child's natal chart. Astrology is a complex and meaningful science which takes years to study and apply successfully; however, we would like to whet your appetite with this report, and encourage you to deepen your understanding through other means.

 

Astrology is a study of the connection between planets and life on Earth. It is based on a concept that energy patterns form between other planets and Earth and that these energies affect our lives as individuals and communities.

 

An astrological chart, also known as a horoscope, natal chart, or birth chart, records the relationship between the planets and the signs of the Zodiac. Charts can be calculated for the birth of a person, a community, an event or anything that seems momentous. The horoscope is as individual and unique as a fingerprint.

 

The aim of this report is to act as a guide for parents and mentors of children. All parents want the best for their children. We want our children to live happy and fulfilled lives. All mentors and teachers would like to see children reach their full potential. This can be achieved by recognising and accepting each child's individual gifts and weaknesses. In accepting these traits, we can help our children overcome obstacles and provide them with as many opportunities as possible to develop their talents.

 

The journey from babyhood to adulthood is full of joys and challenges. This report is intended to help parents and mentors to support and encourage their children through the difficult times and to provide them with as much love and joy as possible. Then childhood can become a true foundation for a rewarding and joyful adult life. Both children and their parents can be satisfied with a strong and healthy emotional bond, happy memories and many possibilities for future success.

 

When using these interpretations, please bear in mind that, inevitably, every chart will contain some contradictory influences and, as a result, certain interpretations of different items in the same chart may seem difficult to reconcile. However, this may still be an accurate reflection of a child's chart, as it is likely that any child will experience conflicting desires, events and circumstances in their life. Usually it is the responsibility of an astrologer to synthesise these apparent contradictions in order to present a cohesive and meaningful interpretation of the dilemmas of the chart. Any advice given is meant to be an aid and the author and publisher accept no liability for any adverse effects of this report.

 

Family and Friends

 

 

"Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength while loving someone deeply gives you courage."

-- Lao Tso

 

The Moon

The Moon tells you about your children's emotional nature and basic needs. It is also the key to how they experience intimacy in relationships. The Moon tells you about your children's relationship with their mother, how they experience their mother's nurturing. As a result it can also give you insights on how to best nurture your children as babies and maturing young adults. When a child feels safe and has their basic needs met, they are better able to achieve their goals later in life.

 

The Moon is in Aquarius

Princess of York is unpredictable from birth. Life is topsy-turvy when young Princess of York enters the world. A delightful and charming child, Princess of York ensures that life is fun and unpredictable. If adults try to adhere to a routine, little Princess of York simply makes loud protesting cries, particularly if she is bored. This child needs stimulation. As a young child, Princess of York is impulsive and gregarious, enjoying socialising with other children and with adults. Princess of York loves company. Princess of York is intelligent. She is also inventive and curious about how things work. Therefore she will ask lots of questions and enjoys toys such as Lego(r) or simple engineering models. At times Princess of York finds it difficult to co-operate with other children or with parent's wishes, preferring to pursue her own fascinating activities. Young Princess of York may prove to have quite a temper, particularly in conflicts with her mother. Princess of York does not respond well to discipline, preferring to be left to her own devices. For this reason parents need to have patience and to gradually teach Princess of York the art of negotiation and teamwork.

 

The Moon is in the 4th House

Princess of York is a homebody. Little Princess of York likes nothing more than to be surrounded by loved ones in a comfortable home. She is particularly attached to her mother, drawing emotional sustenance from mother's warmth and loving affection. For this reason it is important that Princess of York's mother ensures that baby Princess of York gets plenty of tender loving care and that her home is warm and inviting. Any change in mother's routine needs to be undertaken with sensitivity to Princess of York's feelings. Otherwise she could become distressed.

 

Childcare may be better carried out in the home environment or by another caring woman, rather than at a child care centre. As she grows older young Princess of York may prefer to play at home rather than go to visit friend's homes. She is likely to fill her room with comforting toys, little treasures, and books or anything to which she has become attached. It is not that Princess of York is shy; rather that she enjoys the comforts of home. Of course, this does depend on the sign of her Moon. A child with a Moon in the sign of Gemini, Libra, Aquarius, Leo, Sagittarius and Aries may be more gregarious. However, a child with a Moon in the sign of Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces, Taurus, Virgo or Capricorn is more likely to be introverted. Either way Princess of York is a like a little bird that needs to be nurtured in the nest and then gently encouraged to explore the world at her own pace.

 

Venus

The planet Venus describes your children's personal relationships with family and friends. Like a Moon, Venus is important in describing how your child prefers to interact. This planet also gives vital information about your child's receptivity to love. This is important because a child feels loved in different ways. Some children feel cherished when loved ones are paying them lots of attention, whereas others feel most loved when given the freedom to go their separate ways. Therefore gaining an understanding of the planet Venus in your child's chart can give you insights into how to encourage rewarding relationships with family and friends.

 

Venus is in Aquarius

Princess of York is bright and intelligent. Princess of York is comfortable sharing intellectual pursuits with loved ones, but baulks at sharing emotions. She prefers the stimulation of books or computers rather than sharing intimate moments with friends and family. Princess of York is not interested in close family ties because she is keen to pursue her own interests. In fact she can be quite stubborn about her need to be independent. Young Princess of York is likely to wriggle free of her parents' attempts to hold her close. She is eager to run free. Sentiment does not sit comfortably. Therefore Princess of York enjoys a series of friendships, based on common intellectual pursuits, rather than close emotional bonds.

 

While Princess of York is keen to be free of any expectations or shackles of close, personal friendships, she is keen to fight to save humanity. Even at a young age Princess of York has the ability to perceive the faults of social systems and to stand up for those weaker than herself. Princess of York's keen intellect can pinpoint faults in any argument. Therefore her parents need to set firm boundaries and only use reason that is truthful. Princess of York also needs to be encouraged to see the value in long-lasting friendships and in showing sensitivity to other people's feelings. Princess of York benefits from many social activities, particularly those that encourage discovery of new and unexplored territories. Technology, debating, politics, media, conservation and science clubs may all appeal.

 

Venus is in the 4th House

Princess of York is a little homebody. She doesn't like to stray far from her home, or perhaps even from her own room. Princess of York may be unusual in that she enjoys spending time tidying her room, placing all of her favourite things in special corners and making sure that everything is clean and neat. She may have an artistic flair for home decoration, which is apparent at a young age. Princess of York finds her family members a great source of comfort, particularly any women in the family. For this reason, it is important that Princess of York's mother, or any other female relatives, treat Princess of York with much love and tenderness. Princess of York enjoys socialising with family members, although she may prefer relatives to visit her at home rather than venturing out. Visits of friends and relatives are important to young Princess of York. She can be quite the little host.

 

At the same time Princess of York does need to be encouraged to take part in activities outside of her home. Ancient astrologers believe that this is a powerful placement of the planet Venus meaning that young Princess of York's early home life can provide a very beneficial foundation for her achievements later in life. For this reason it is important that Princess of York's parents create a warm, loving and stable home environment.

 

Talents and Schooling

 

 

"Dance like no one is watching. Sing like no one is listening. Love like you've never been hurt and live like it's heaven on Earth."  -- Mark Twain

 

The Sun

The Sun represents your child's identity. It describes your child's basic personality traits and their talents. It also tells you how your children think of themselves; how they need to express themselves; how they need to shine in their lives; how they feel alive. It is the centre of a child's self-expression. The Sun can also tell us about a child's father.

 

The Sun is in Aries

Headstrong and enterprising are two words that spring to mind when describing an Aries Sun child. Princess of York is aggressive, impatient, and enthusiastic. She excels at tasks that require initiative and which enable her to be boss. She has a tendency to go headlong into new areas. This can be a little frightening for Princess of York's parents, who need to encourage Princess of York to explore new territory while providing safe limits. Otherwise Princess of York may experience a few head injuries during childhood. Parents also need to teach Princess of York to take other people's feelings and thoughts into account. This can be done at a young age by gently teaching Princess of York to share some of her toys, to take turns at certain activities and to consider her friends in play activities. As a result Princess of York will grow into a talented and successful leader.

 

Young Princess of York is independent and able to explore new activities on her own, liking nothing better than to learn and then test her newfound skills. However, she also becomes bored easily and may need to be encouraged to be persistent. This may lead to some frustration and temper tantrums, because patience is not an Aries virtue; however, Princess of York benefits from a patient and firm hand. Parents may need to find distractions and creative solutions in their teaching efforts rather than meeting Princess of York head-on. This is also true for childcare workers, kindergarten teachers and school teachers. Ideally Princess of York's natural initiative and independent spirit is encouraged to shine long into adulthood.

 

The Sun is in the 6th House

Some children are born with the ability to handle the practical side of life. They seem to shoulder responsibility from a young age and thrive on hard work. Princess of York is such a child. She enjoys having a purpose and being involved in activities that reflect her purpose. She loves to take part in the business of running a family, happy to do her share of the daily chores. It is enough for her to know that she is an important part of the family. For this reason parents and other mentors can encourage and teach young Princess of York to help with cooking, cleaning, gardening and other maintenance jobs. As Princess of York grows she happily attends school tackling schoolwork and homework with relish. Problems may only arise because Princess of York is keen to get into the workforce in order to show her skills and belong to the working community.

 

Princess of York has a real talent for organisation. This does depend to a certain extent on the sign of Princess of York's Sun. A child with the Sun in Aquarius, Gemini, Libra or Pisces may be less organised and practical than a child with the Sun in the other signs. Regardless of the Sun sign, Princess of York responds well to a routine whether it be self-applied or established by those around her. In particular, regular meals are important for Princess of York as a baby and a young child. A healthy diet and regular exercise are key ingredients in helping young Princess of York lead a balanced life. A natural hard worker, Princess of York needs to be encouraged to incorporate recreation into her hectic schedule. Habits established early in life set a foundation for adulthood.

 

Mercury

The planet Mercury describes your children's intellectual abilities. The sign and placement of Mercury can describe whether or not your child finds it easy to concentrate at school. Your child may be a daydreamer or have great concentration. Your child may be shy or interact easily with other people. Either way it is possible to boost your child's self-esteem by choosing study methods and schooling that suits their needs rather than forcing them to fit into an alien environment. Gaining an understanding of the planet Mercury can help in these matters.

 

Mercury is in Aries

Princess of York is forthright, learning to talk and read early in her development and quickly developing a reputation for blurting out what she thinks. Princess of York calls a spade and spade, sometimes embarrassing adults with her honesty. She has an agile mind and is keen to understand matters as soon as possible. In fact she is frustrated if she cannot learn new tasks and topics rapidly. Princess of York is eager to learn fresh things, but loses interest quickly. She needs the stimulation of new activities. Parents and mentors need to provide plenty of inspiration, while also helping young Princess of York to learn the value of persistence. It is all too easy for young Princess of York to drop a project the moment that it loses its appeal. School and study are easy challenges for Princess of York. She is likely to be top of her class, enjoying a competitive environment at school. Her quick wit also entertains classmates. Reward systems are a good encouragement to keep Princess of York on track; however, she is mostly self-motivated.

 

Princess of York simply enjoys the pleasure of coming first in intellectual pursuits. She has a real talent for original thinking and acquiring knowledge. She may also excel at debating, crosswords, and creative writing. Princess of York has the ability to excel in communication and study, provided she can persevere. Her tendency to make impulsive decisions and to be headstrong may detract from her talents. However, if she can learn to consider the consequences of her decisions then she is a formidable force.

 

Mercury is in the 6th House

Now here is a child who likes to be busy. The saying "busy hands make a light heart" could be little Princess of York's motto. She is curious about everything that happens in the household, eager to take part in daily chores. Princess of York is not necessarily a tidy child, but rather she likes to have plenty of projects on the go. Often she can be found juggling two or more activities such as doing a floor puzzle while watching television. Parents or mentors need to be available to teach Princess of York all manner of tasks. She can be quite handy with her hands and benefits from learning "handyman" tasks from a young age. In other words Princess of York's intelligence needs to find a practical outlet or she feels very frustrated. Once young Princess of York has mastered a task, she can be quite critical of the way others do things. Parents may find it amusing to watch Princess of York try to teach her peers how to do certain tasks. She is quite the little expert. The challenge is for Princess of York to complete one task before starting another. Juggling many ideas or tasks sometimes results in all of the balls dropping. Parents and mentors need to support Princess of York's efforts while encouraging her to discern between what is important and what is not.

 

Goals

 

 

"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams."  -- Eleanor Roosevelt

 

The Ascendant

The Ascendant, or Rising Sign as it's sometimes called, is considered to be an important component of an astrology chart. Ancient astrologers believed that the Ascendant depicted a person's primary motivation. Some believed that it was one of the links to discovering what makes a person happy. It could be said that when we're accomplishing our primary motivation then we're happy. By gaining knowledge of a child's Ascendant and discovering this child's primary motivation in life, parents and mentors can then help them achieve their goals. Caring adults can encourage the child with love and support. In turn your child experiences a sense of happiness and fulfilment.

 

The Ascendant is in Libra

Princess of York is likely to actively seek her goals in life, taking the initiative rather than waiting until circumstances are comfortable. She also wants to achieve these goals through the co-operation of other people. Libra is a Cardinal sign denoting enterprise, enthusiasm, self-assertion and initiative. However, it also an Air sign indicating a love of ideas, communicating and intellectual prowess. Relationships play a central role in Princess of York's life, even at a young age. As a baby Princess of York thrives in a calm and harmonious household, one in which her parents communicate with love and understanding. As she grows older Princess of York enjoys relating with other children and adults. Princess of York is courteous, affectionate, thoughtful, modest although perhaps a little indecisive at times.

 

Relationships are Princess of York's primary motivation in life. For this reason little Princess of York is eager to please others to the extent that she forgets to please herself. Parents may need to remind Princess of York to attend to her own need as well. It is also important that Princess of York is taught at a young age that her parents' relationship is their own concern. Much of Princess of York's happiness depends on whether or not her loved ones are happy. Therefore she may try to "fix" situations beyond her control. Parents can gently remind Princess of York of her special qualities and offer reassurance during emotionally turbulent times, which are an inevitable part of human affairs. Princess of York is a child who benefits from social contact and enjoys a pleasant and easy-going childcare arrangement, kindergarten or school.

 

Mars

Ambition and drive, like many traits, can be powerful positive forces in your children’s lives, helping them achieve their dreams. Too much ambition can hinder your child’s ability to collaborate. On the other hand, without motivation your child may not be able to establish a healthy sense of self and successfully leave home and family. Studying Mars, the planet of drive and energy, assists parents and mentors. Mars describes vitality in your child’s birth chart. If our children are free to pursue their own dreams and ambitions, their joie de vivre is a wonderful thing to see. By understanding the placement of Mars in your child’s chart, you can help support their goals. You gain insight into whether or not your child lacks motivation in certain areas and why. You can also see if your child has an excess of passion. As a result you can either patiently try to motivate your child, or you can provide plenty of stimulation and direction.

 

Mars is in Aquarius

Princess of York is full of contradictions. On the one hand she is an excitable and frustrating young child; on the other hand she can be very charming. It just depends on her mood. In astrological terms this is because the energy and drive of Mars does not combine well with the intellectual nature of the sign of Aquarius. In other words, Princess of York is delightful when she is stimulated by tasks, but can also be badly behaved when she is not. Princess of York needs parental guidance to learn how to best direct [his/her/1 impulsive nature, particularly before [he/she/1] learns to talk.

 

As a youngster Princess of York often feels frustrated at her lack of ability to complete tasks and achieve her own ambitions. It is tempting for young Princess of York to vent this frustration on a loved one. Tantrums and rebellious behaviour are common occurrences when Princess of York is young. This is likely to abate as she matures. Parents and mentors need to help Princess of York find an outlet for her pent-up emotions and to teach her the value of setting goals and achieving them. Once Princess of York finds an interest or cause worth focusing on, then she is on the right track and is virtually unstoppable. Language, reading, writing, and other intellectual pursuits are likely to spark Princess of York's enthusiasm. She enjoys investigating the truth of a matter and realises that knowledge is a powerful tool. As Princess of York matures, she is also able to co-operate with others and may even become a leader in her field of interest. She may be a formidable force once fighting for a cause that she believes in. Even at a young age this can be evident in her ability to fight on behalf of a friend or against an injustice at school.

 

Mars is in the 4th House

Princess of York enjoys a noisy household. Some children delight in a peaceful routine, but not young Princess of York. She prefers action and variety. In fact she is likely to be very disruptive when the household is quiet, creating disturbance to alleviate boredom. Parents and mentors need to provide stimulation around the home. A large garden with challenging outdoor activities could prove beneficial. These could include a trampoline, swimming pool, play house and play equipment. Princess of York benefits from a demanding hobby at home. Parents, if so inclined, could also plan a hectic social calendar with a constant flow of houseguests. Princess of York may enjoy camping trips, even delighting in setting up a tent in the back garden. With very best of intentions parents are still likely to clash with young Princess of York. She seems determined to do things her own way no matter what advice is given by caring parents, particularly her father. This can be very frustrating for both Princess of York and her parents and mentors. Princess of York does need parental support, but seems to aggravate situations with a fiery and rebellious attitude. She needs plenty of patience and understanding, while being taught how to resolve conflict in a positive manner. Ancient astrologers believe that planets in the 4th house can be a portent of great achievement. Therefore, with the right foundation in life, young Princess of York is likely to achieve her personal dreams.

 

Childhood Journey

 

 

"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm."  -- Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

Wouldn't it be ideal if we could isolate one trait in our personalities, capture it in a glass for observation and dissection? Of course this is not possible. Neither is it possible for us to isolate one part of a birth chart. The different aspects of our children's birth charts intermingle in a complex manner to make the little person that we know and love. However, it is possible for us to influence the development of our children, to support them in their journey. The aim of this section is to give vital clues for parents and mentors on how to guide, but not coerce, the development of your child.

 

Uranus is Semisquare The Moon

Change is likely to play a prominent role in young Princess of York's life. Parents and family members may try to provide a set routine for baby Princess of York, but the routine is destined to be unsettled. This could be due to positive changes in Princess of York's home life or because of upsets in her early life. Princess of York's birth may have coincided with problems in her mother's life or perhaps her mother is a free spirit. In some cases Princess of York's family or mother may have an unusual occupation or lifestyle. Depending on other aspects of Princess of York's chart, she either enjoys the stimulation of a changing environment, or is unsettled by the lack of routine. Either way Princess of York has the opportunity to develop as a resourceful, inventive and independent person. As a young child she may experience sudden mood changes as she learns to come to terms with life's challenges.

 

Parents do well to encourage Princess of York's unique talents, and try to discipline through creative means rather than traditional ones because it is likely that Princess of York is a non-conformist. Strict discipline brings out the rebellious side of young Princess of York's nature and parents can be surprised at how stubborn she can be. Creative solutions to problems help Princess of York learn without having a strong, negative emotional reaction. She may also have an unusual talent, which needs nurturing rather than thwarting. Princess of York fares well when loving adults enjoy her unique approach to life.

 

Pluto is Square The Moon

Princess of York is a sensitive and reflective child with a strong emotional nature. As a baby Princess of York is likely to form a strong bond with her mother or another important female caregiver. This bond plays a crucial role in her upbringing. The advantages of this are that Princess of York enjoys an intensely rewarding relationship with an important woman, which helps her blossom as a young adult. She learns how to express her feelings in a positive manner within a safe and rewarding relationship. However, it is also possible that Princess of York can demand a little too much from the woman in her young life, and therefore feel disappointed when someone important fails to live up to her expectations. As a youngster this is the likely time when Princess of York's intense feelings erupt in the form of tantrums. Therefore it is important that Princess of York is allowed to express her feelings in a safe manner, but that any manipulative behaviour is not rewarded.

 

Hobbies and pastimes that either demand concentrated effort or that encourage emotional self-expression are important. These could include the dramatic arts, energetic sports, or building models. A pet could also be an ideal way for Princess of York to learn about the emotional side of relationships.

 

Jupiter is Square The Sun

Princess of York is a sunny and optimistic child with an infectious smile and joie de vivre. Baby Princess of York is welcomed into a warm and loving family. Princess of York's father, or grandfather, is particularly excited by her birth and a warm and loving bond results. Princess of York responds well to her father's praise, or to the positive comments of any male parental figure. She may share a close bond with her grandfather. These positive childhood relationships with adult males augur well for Princess of York's relationships with men throughout her life. However, it is possible to spoil young Princess of York. An overindulgent father figure could give Princess of York the wrong message. It is particularly important that the adult males teach Princess of York with a kind and loving approach, balancing affection with a firm hand. Indulgence, in particular too many material gifts, could lead to a spoilt, lazy child who believes that the world owes her. In astrology the planet Jupiter is considered to have a positive affect, therefore balanced parenting is likely to result in Princess of York being content and well loved.

 

Uranus is Square The Sun

From the moment Princess of York is born, family life takes a different direction. In fact even her birth may have taken her parents by surprise and challenged family members to make changes. Princess of York is one of a kind. She is a restless baby, fed up with inactivity and eager to be on the move. It is true that Princess of York is easily bored. She quickly outgrows activities, friends and even family members. She may not enjoy cuddles and the safety of a warm home, but rather takes pleasure in exploring new things. Princess of York enjoys doing things on her own, as well as playing with others. However, she is more likely to be a leader than a follower. She is also likely to be impulsive and determined to have her own way. Young Princess of York can be quite stubborn. This can cause friction with any adult in a position of responsibility, particularly men.

 

Princess of York's father, or a father figure, plays an important role in her life. In some cases her father may have an unusual occupation or hobby that takes him away from his family responsibilities. Or perhaps Princess of York's father is absent at a crucial stage of her development. As a result Princess of York may become rebellious, even uncontrollable for a period. In other cases, it may simply be that her father is an independent person capable of encouraging Princess of York's independent spirit in a positive manner. It is important that Princess of York's father provide safe limits for little Princess of York's explorations so that she can discover new activities without taking unnecessary risks. Princess of York's father, or a father figure, needs to have an abundance of patience as she tests the limits.

 

Pluto is Sesquisquare The Sun

Princess of York is a powerful child, challenging herself and those who love her to stand up and take notice of life's abundance. She is curious and keen to explore new territory. If extroverted then young Princess of York is likely to end up in trouble as a result of her curiosity and resulting adventures into the outside world. She is a real character, a regular Tom Sawyer or Pippi Longstocking. However, a more introverted child may simply enjoy spending time on her own studying the inner workings of toys, nature and/or household equipment.

 

From the moment of birth Princess of York's father plays a pivotal role in her life. Her childhood relationship with father, or a strong father figure, determines the extent to which she feels able to carve her own niche later in life. Princess of York is likely to adore her father as a young child. As the patriarch of the family he earns the respect of those surrounding him. A growing child keenly notices this. However, there may be a time when this adoration is transformed by a sense of betrayal. This is not necessarily within father's control. No one can live up to God-like expectations. However, he can make sure that Princess of York feels supported as much as possible.

 

Both Princess of York and her father have strong personalities and therefore they clash, each determined to express their own views or have their own way. It is important that Princess of York's father shows self-restraint, otherwise these clashes could become violent. He needs to ensure that young Princess of York is kept safe, away from emotional, verbal and physical abuse. In other words Princess of York's father needs to provide a safe environment in which he and Princess of York can both assert their own wills and gain greater understanding of themselves and each other. If this is not achieved then young Princess of York loses a sense of her own identity and cowers in the face of adversity. She eventually rebels, probably in her teenage years. However, if Princess of York's father can allow her the freedom to develop her own powerful personality then young Princess of York is likely to develop great personal power, the ability to lead others and to achieve her own goals.

 

The theme of death can also play an important role under this influence. Young Princess of York is both more sensitive to the grief process and also more able to grow in strength through this process, be it the death of a family member or the death of a pet.

 

Uranus is Square Mercury

Princess of York is a little rebel. She is intelligent, quick to grasp concepts and to make up her mind. Once her mind is made up, she is unlikely to change it. Princess of York is wilful. This is a challenge for parents and mentors because little Princess of York can be quite uncooperative.

 

Even as a youngster Princess of York is opinionated and prone to argue rather than listen to adult advice. Princess of York needs to learn by experience and is constantly testing limits. Parents and mentors can influence Princess of York positively by making sure that all rules are fair and consistent. Princess of York also needs to be given plenty of freedom to explore her environment and learn new activities within safe boundaries. Princess of York is likely to act before she thinks of the consequence. Her rash behaviour can get her into all sorts of trouble. She does not respond well to physical discipline. Parents would be advised to try innovative discipline approaches such as having some quiet time in her room. Princess of York soon misses the stimulation of other people's company and household occurrences. She is more likely to rebel against authoritarian parenting methods of her father, or a father figure.

 

Princess of York does well at school in a kind of erratic manner. Left to her own devices, she can quickly rise to the top of the class. However, she can also easily plummet once she loses interest or if she clashes with a teacher. Plenty of patience is needed to help young Princess of York overcome her wilful ways and to learn to consider other people.

 

Jupiter is Sesquisquare Venus

Princess of York is charming and fun loving, popular with family members and friends. She is showered with love, affection and gifts from the moment she is born. The combination of the planets Jupiter and Venus is very fortunate. Princess of York is a little ray of sunshine, adored by friends and family. However, there are some challenges for young Princess of York. Family members, in particular an important mother figure, can overindulge her instead of teaching Princess of York the benefits of independence. As a result Princess of York is charming as a young child, but can become lazy as she matures. She unwittingly learns how to use her appeal to manipulate loved ones into running errands or taking over her tasks. Little Princess of York can also become a bit greedy, wanting more and more of the good things to which she has become accustomed. Parents and mentors need to discourage such selfish behaviour as early as possible, teaching instead the importance of gratitude, goodwill and self-discipline. Once these lessons have been learnt, Princess of York's natural enthusiasm and generosity surfaces and good fortune flows.

 

Pluto is Square Venus

Princess of York forms strong emotional connections with friends and family. She is more likely to single out one friend or family member, rather than relate to many. This starts when Princess of York is a baby and she forms a close attachment to her mother or a mother figure. Princess of York demands this woman's full attention, refusing to share her mother with siblings or anyone else. On the one hand this can be a positive trait. Princess of York is able to fully depend on a caring adult and therefore develop good self-esteem in the knowledge that she is deeply loved. She is able to deeply love in return.

 

A passionate child, Princess of York throws herself wholeheartedly into her own life and relationships. Loved ones respond, aiding her development through the different stages of childhood. On the other hand Princess of York's intensity can cause some problems. Princess of York may closely guard her relationship with her mother. Siblings may be jealous. Mother may inadvertently break the bond with little Princess of York thus sparking feelings of abandonment and rejection. Ill feeling and a lack of self-confidence then mar normal childhood development. Princess of York resorts to manipulative means to try to maintain her dependence on her mother. Parents can best help Princess of York by teaching her to understand and express her feelings in appropriate ways. With strong parental support Princess of York becomes self-confident, able to form and maintain close ties with friends and family members. Commitment to associations and projects then becomes a major strength in young Princess of York's life.

 

Conclusion

 

 

”When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be 21, I was astonished at how much the old man had learned in seven years.” -- Mark Twain “Bringing Up Father”

 

This report has been written from a child’s point of view with the aim of helping parents and mentors better understand their youngsters. Of course, each person is ultimately responsible for their own actions, but the support that children get early in life goes a long way to helping them live rich and rewarding adult lives. Children need to be given the freedom to be their true selves rather than being forced to live up to parental expectations or to fulfill parents’ own personal journeys. They need their parents to live their own lives to the full, joyously and responsibly. Above all children need love and support. What great gifts and what a challenging role for parents! It is the author’s hope that this report may help in the process of childhood development, supporting both child and parent. My own father often quoted the above saying by Mark Twain. So I thought that I would share it in this report. My mother gave me many of the aforementioned gifts. I hope that these have shone through in the writing of this report.

 

About the Author: Astrologer Stephanie Johnson lives in the Adelaide foothills in Australia. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) and was a journalist in Australia, England and the USA for 15 years before becoming a professional astrologer. She is a consulting astrologer, Company Director of Esoteric Technologies Pty Ltd in Adelaide, Australia, Editor of the Australian Data Collection and a parent. She holds the FAA Diploma qualification for her share in the design and development of the Solar suite of programs and was a former editor of the Journal of the Federation of Australian Astrologers.

 

About the Artist: Artist Janet Bridgland lives in the picturesque town of Bridgewater in the Adelaide Hills in Australia. She is an artist, illustrator and teacher. Janet has held a number of exhibitions in art galleries in the city of Adelaide, as well as having a permanent exhibition of selected works in the boutique book shop, Back Pages Books, in the Adelaide Hills which she runs with her husband. Janet has illustrated a number of books for the publishing company, Calypso. She teaches illustration at the Douglas Mawson Institute of TAFE, as well as individual art classes for children and adults.

 

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