Your mysterious air and soulful demeanor magnetizes.
Phoebe Buffay, Friends
Annie, Annie Hall
You project a zen-like, earthy, soulfulness that is positively magnetic. At first glance, you may seem aloof, or even quirky due to your reclusive, often spiritual personality, but you are neither cold nor narcissistic.
Ruled by the mystic archetype, you focus your emotions inward. You crave neither fame nor constant attention. Spiritual fulfillment and inner peace are your highest priorities. You yearn to feel connected to something greater.
You don’t need validation, attention, competition, or connection to make you feel whole. You may even flee those things for the comfort of solitude. You are content within yourself and that extreme self-possession is your most attractive quality.
You are comforting, grounding energy. You make your lover feel seen and heard in a way that the rest of the world can not.
In her autobiography “My Art, My Life”, Mexican artist Frida Kahlo’s description of her lover, artist Diego Rivera, an otherwise comely man twenty years her senior, is positively breathtaking. It’s as if the beauty of his soul overrides any of his corporeal flaws. In spite of their monumental love, Frida and Diego maintained an “open” marriage long before that term even entered the popular vernacular, an extreme example of the enigma’s ability to love with a light grip.
You keep a part of you just for yourself. A man never feels he has “figured you out” hence you forever remain an enigma. Into your mystery a man may fall, hoping to find his redemption in the solution.
Your deep internal focus can be at odds with developing your full sensuality and creativity. It’s particularly hard for you to awaken the naturally magnetic, sensual energy of the lover. You may live in your head, at the expense of full body consciousness, which also compromises both your sensuality and sexuality. Your self-sufficiency and introverted nature can easily leave you lonely and closed off from deep connection and attraction.
The founder of Women Love Power®, Ayesha K. Faines is a writer, media personality, and brave new voice for feminine power and social change. Sought after for her provocative insights on culture, mythology and gender politics, she has been featured on MTV, Essence, Entertainment Tonight, The Michael Baisden Radio Show, AfroPunk, and Time among other media outlets. She’s traveled the world lecturing before a number of universities, and she pens a column for Zora Magazine that explores the intersection of love and power. She is best known as a featured panelist on “The Grapevine”. Ayesha is a graduate of Yale University and a former television journalist.