The Natural Manager
Diana is the preserver of youth and the protector of the “underdog.” When angered, she can disrupt her environment.
As a Diana, you are a competent woman, with a strong character and a will to succeed. You are smart, witty, attractive, and good with details. You have an immeasurable amount of common sense. Although you may act as if personal security is not important to you, you prefer being secure above all else. You thrive when you have a steady job, money in a savings account, and a safe home environment. You tend to be conservative, especially with your finances. When you feel secure, you are extremely generous with your time and your money, and often go out of your way to support humanitarian causes. You make a good counselor or healer. You love home, family life, and long-lasting friendships.
- A generous and considerate nature
- Superior intellectual capabilities
- Counseling and healing abilities
- A strong drive for success
- Steadfast in friendship
- Innate resourcefulness
- Diligence with details
- Physical and emotional reactions to stress
- Insecurities born from survival phobias
- Unrealistic concerns about the future
- Overly sensitive to outside opinions
- A tendency to be over-anxious
- Inability to handle loss
- Low self-esteem Overly sensitive to outside opinions
Your obsession with security is partially due to your early personality development. Most likely you experienced physical hardship in your formative years, or watched someone close to you suffer. This deprivation may have caused you to fear for your survival, based on an illusion that you must always protect yourself, or be protected, from harm. Your fears, which come from your obsession with security, may reappear at any time and in any form throughout your adult life, yet are usually irrational and unfounded.
You, more than any of the other personality type, are capable of making yourself physically and emotionally ill. Since anxiety and negative attitudes can harm your health, it is important that you understand yourself. For instance, you can become unnecessarily preoccupied with worries about being criticized, losing the respect of others, projecting an image of incompetence, or the outcome of future events. Any loss or threat to your security creates undue duress for you, which centers in your pancreas and liver and affects your digestion, your blood chemistry, your gall bladder, or all three.
Meeting Your Creative Wellness Challenge
Because you tend to make excuses for your low self-esteem, you need to identify your problems and alter your detrimental habits to restore your health. By improving yourself, and drawing on your natural ability to rejuvenate yourself, you will find the energy you need to be the nurturer that you are. To make the most of your Minerva personality, you can
- set goals for yourself
- join a dance or exercise class
- go on a diet with a support group
- set time aside in your busy schedule for daily meditation
- take classes in a favorite subject and share your knowledge with others
- participate in community activities, like picnics, craft shows, and festivals to feel emotionally secure and creatively challenged.
You’ll discover that others will recognize the changes that you are making in yourself and will compliment you for your efforts. What a nice reward to be recognized as the “community mom” – a real role model to all
I acknowledge that in my past I have worried unnecessarily about my security
and failed to comprehend the laws of cause and effect.
To transform my life, I now take positive, constructive action
and put my faith in my soul to develop a sense of well-being within myself.
Through my faith and willingness to change,
I bring health to my body, security to my mind, and peace to my spirit.