What Makes Rachel Maddow Tick?

Rachel was wounded in the INTIMACY STAGE (13-19) of  Childhood Development and chose the role of the Rebel: Basic Fear (Wound):  Being controlled by others (parent/partner)

 

Spades - Wisdom - Labor - Acceptance

7 of Spades - Victory of Materiality Peace in the Higher Self

 Karma for the 7 of Spades Recognition of Power 

Maddow has dealt with cyclical depression since puberty.[76] In a 2012 interview, she stated, "It doesn't take away from my joy or my work or my energy, but coping with depression is something that is part of the everyday way that I live and have lived for as long as I can remember."[77] She has explained why she decided to speak about it in interviews: "It was a hard call ... Because it was nobody's business. But it had been helpful to me to learn about the people who were surviving, were leading good lives, even though they were dealing with depression. So I felt it was a bit of a responsibility to pay that back."[49]

The April 1st Card of FAITH

 

Astro-Psychometric Quadrants

 

 April 1st  BIRTHDAYS: Abraham Maslow, Rachel Maddow, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Lon Chaney, Paul Manafort, Otto von Bismarck, Susan Boyle, Wallace BeeryDebbie ReynoldsAli MacGraw (film actress), Jane Powell (film actress), Samuel Alito, Terry Nichols;

 

 

SEVEN  of Spades: The Card of FAITH This card is regarded as one of the most spiritual in the deck and these people can have great success in their life as long as they do not disregard the wisdom that is intended to guide them through life. These people are here to learn to TRUST and keep going in spite of circumstances. Their main challenges will come in the areas of work and health. The underlying King of Diamonds  mandates that they must live the higher values they know if they are to have the blessings and power that is inherently available to them. Being the Seven of Spades puts them on the line. They must think, speak and act from a higher perspective or suffer innumerable ills. They are protected by a high, spiritual force but even this is not as powerful as their own actions and attitudes. They must live what they know and follow their intuitive guidance. Many marry into money or receive support from associations. They can always do well if they work hard and maintain honesty. Nothing can stop them but themselves.

 

 Ego: FINANCIALLY CREATIVE Card

The JACK  of Diamonds:This is the salesman's card. These people are sharp, clever and always able to make a good living using their wit and charm. They are very independent and creative, and operate as much on their instincts as they do on their quick minds.

  -Karma: The BUSINESS OWNER Card

The KING  of Diamonds is the master of values. In this regard he or she can do very well in any business pursuit, applying the inherited knowledge to their business with much success. These people always do better as heads of their own business. They can be very mercenary when it comes to money and business, but they don't have to be. This is the only "one-eyed" King in the deck which means that they tend to see everything from their own point of view exclusive of others.

  +Karma: The EMOTIONAL POWER and CHARM  Card 

The EIGHT  of Hearts: success with people, especially the opposite sex: The Eight of Hearts has "power in love" and all eights have to exercise discrimination and responsibility in its use. Both karma cards of the Eight of Hearts are sevens. This tells us that they will see almost immediate results when they misuse their power with others. With wisdom and spiritual awareness they can rise to great heights in sharing their love and healing power with others. Operating out of their fear, we find those who are the dominators of those they love and seek to manipulate others through guilt and withholding of affection and acknowledgment. These people have high ideals about love and  relationships, sometimes these ideals are too high to ever be met. They have great minds, make excellent teachers or they can excel in any occupation where a good mind will make a difference. 

INTIMACY STAGE (13-19)

The Rebel:  Minimizer, Rigid Boundaries
Basic Fear (Wound):  Being controlled by others (parent/partner)
Internal Message:  Don't grow up
Core Belief:  "I am not trusted"
Relationship Belief:  I'll be controlled if I give up dissent
Image of Partner:  Too nice; counter-controlling; devalues partner
Relationship to Partner: Rebellious; controlling; devalues partner

Core Issue: Freedom to break the rules
Typical Frustration:  You are never on my side
Recurrent Feeling: Anger and disappointment
Conflict Management: Rebellious; suspicious of motives
Growth Challenge: Maintain self-identity; be responsible to others; learn to trust others
 
The Conformist:
 Maximizer, Diffuse Boundaries
Basic Fear (Wound): Being different from others; disapproval of parent (partner)
Internal Message: Don't make waves
Core Belief: "I have to be good"
RB: I have to hold things together
Image of Partner: Rebellious child
Relationship to Partner: Condescending; critical; controlling
Core Issue : Stability and cooperation
Typical Frustration: You won't grow up; you always want to be different
Recurrent Feeling:  Angry self-righteousness
Conflict Management:  Tries to impose rules
Growth Challenge Experiment with being different; take risks, develop identity

 

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