Open and generous, Al Pacino enjoys a wide circle of friends and acquaintances and he thrives on sociability and fellowship. He is adventurous, playful, freedom-loving, and always ready for a good time. Pacino rarely allows obstacles or difficulties to keep him down, for no matter how bleak the past or present, Al always expects a better, brighter future. In fact, he is uncomfortable with his own or other people's problems and emotional pain. Al Pacino often tries to "cheer up" or offer philosophical advice to those who are hurting, but he unwittingly avoids or ignores the emotions involved.
Friendship means a great deal to Pacino, perhaps even more than love relationships or romance. For Al Pacino to be happy, his mate must be his best friend and encourage Al's aspirations and ideals. Al Pacino also needs a great deal of emotional freedom and mobility.
He is emotionally expressive and often dramatizes his feelings, acting them out or blowing them out of proportion. Al Pacino cannot hide his instinctive emotional reactions to people or situations, and he does not make any pretenses about his personal sympathies or antipathies.
Al Pacino has a childlike openness and playfulness which is very appealing to others, but which sometimes gets him into trouble, as Al takes risks on impulse or whim.
He needs love, affection, and nurturing in his relationships, and enjoys being pampered - all of which is fine, as long as Al is willing to give as well as receive the attention and "babying". There is a rather childish dependency on loved ones which can make Pacino cling to them, or to be very uncomfortable with any conflict which could conceivably lead to separation. Creating a loving family is certainly a challenge for Al Pacino, one that can be enormously satisfying if he can achieve it - and a source of great sadness if he cannot.
He is easygoing, agreeable, and tolerant, willing to overlook others' mistakes, forget the past, and begin again on a positive note. He enjoys making others comfortable and happy, and he overdoes sometimes his generosity. Al Pacino often feels that "everything will turn out all right no matter what I do", and so becomes lazy and lackadaisical.
Al Pacino tends to have strange quirks, idiosyncrasies, or domestic habits, and he may feel that he does not fit in with "normal" people. These could be endearing eccentricities, or truly outlandish tastes and behavior. Establishing a steady routine and rhythm in his life and relationships would be very beneficial but may not be easily achieved. Ideally Al Pacino can create a unique lifestyle that affords him a lot of personal space, freedom, and flexibility to follow his own somewhat erratic rhythms - while at the same time providing some order and consistency. There is a current of emotional discontent or restlessness within Al also, which may be reflected in unstable personal relationships of the on again/off again variety. Al Pacino craves change and excitement whether he realizes it consciously or not.
He is a dreamer, attracted to the inner, mystical side of life, and may have trouble distinguishing the real from the imagined or illusory. Al does not enjoy confrontation and becomes very evasive when problems in his personal life or relationships arise, escaping into his imagination in order to avoid dealing with them directly. He is also rather gullible and naive about people, especially if his sympathy has been aroused. Al Pacino is very sensitive to music and can use it to bring himself into emotional balance and harmony.
In love relationships, Al Pacino is more interested in a person's sense of humor and intelligence than in their physique. Al likes a partner who is mentally alive and who keeps him guessing a little bit, and Al Pacino becomes restless and bored with someone who never asks questions, never changes or surprises him. Talking, sharing ideas, going places together, and learning new things together is very important to his happiness. Al Pacino needs lots of social stimulation, is something of a flirt, and likes to have many friends of both sexes. A possessive, jealous partner is very stifling for Pacino.
Pacino is a very sociable, congenial person and he wilts very quickly without relationships with good friends and people to share good times with. Al Pacino thoroughly enjoys working with others on group projects or community activities. He is quite happy when he is a part of a club, support group, or team of some sort.
Al Pacino is extremely amorous and it is difficult for him to go without romantic relationships for very long. When he is attracted to someone, Al Pacino pursues them very ardently and sometimes comes on too strong. Doing creative work or artistic work can also satisfy the very strong desire for love and beauty that Al feels.
Al Pacino has a very romantic, idealistic vision of love and may be disillusioned to discover that no real, flesh and blood human being ever quite lives up to his dream image of the "perfect love". Though Al frequently fantasizes about love-relationships and romance he may avoid becoming intimately involved with anyone or making definite commitments. Pacino can be evasive and dishonest with himself and others, when it comes to love. Some of his love yearnings may be expressed through art, music, or an involvement with mysticism.
Al has an affectionate nature and is in harmony with his environment. Charming and friendly, he is on good terms with most of the people in his sphere. His friends and associates mean a lot to Al Pacino and his relationships are positive and loving.
His association with those around he may have a depressing influence on Al Pacino causing him to shy away from relationships of any kind. Finding it difficult to express himself emotionally, he is quite likely to become a loner.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Sagittarius
Moon in 5th house
Moon Opposition Venus
Moon Trine Jupiter
Moon Quincunx Uranus
Moon Square Neptune
Venus in Gemini
Venus in 11th house
Venus Conjunct Mars
Venus Square Neptune
Venus Conjunct Sun/Asc.
Venus Conjunct Saturn/Asc.