Who is she?
Bhavana is a woman who tends to play second fiddle: secretive, reserved, wary and cautious, she keeps her feelings and emotions on a short leash because she likes to keep a cool head. There are two contradictory or complementary tendencies present; the first could correspond to the first part of her life and is likely to result in a certain suppression of her emotions (inhibitions and more or less powerful moral prohibition). Bhavana could therefore appear somewhat cold or unfeeling, revealing herself to be determined and hardworking, she prefers to base her decisions on rational thought processes and always keeps one foot on solid ground. Later on, as she approaches maturity, Bhavana could start experiencing the influence of her master number; getting involved with large scale projects, those concerned with the collective and international domains as well as anything to do with business or broadcasting. There will be considerable opportunities for success, although this goes hand in hand with a high level of nervous tension. Depending on her chosen path, she could leave her mark on the world in one way or another; combining strength, rigour, determination and an above-average capacity for effort and action. She will have to choose between a fairly extraordinary life where nothing will be achieved without hard work - sometimes to the detriment of her personal life; and a more anonymous existence, less ambitious and perhaps rather unexciting at times, but which promises to be calm and peaceful most of the time. This duality could be particularly difficult to live with, especially if she is unable to live up to the high aspirations of her master number which gives her an ascendancy over others... Whatever she decides, Bhavana will favour her professional life, revealing herself to be a real « eager beaver », with an eye for detail that can occasionally threaten to consume her, a very strict attitude and a moral code that verges on narrow-mindedness, as well as rigidity and pettiness at times. As a child, her parents should encourage her sense of work, order and organization while nudging her to develop her artistic abilities and communication skills, in order to avoid her taking herself too seriously. It would also be a very good idea to get her to participate in group activities as this would help her become a more sociable person and teach her the notions of sharing and consideration for others.