drive and ambition
Aldous Huxley has a warrior's attitude - decisive, courageous, and bold. Aldous tends to always crave action, even when waiting for an opportune moment or not doing anything at all would actually be effective in the long-term. He absolutely cannot tolerate being passive or even patient about getting what he wants. Aldous Huxley feels that it is up to him to take the initiative and he pursues his goal or desire very aggressively.
He is also self-reliant, in that he does not depend on others to do things for him or help him along, and Aldous Huxley is often irritated when other people offer advice or direction. Cooperation rarely comes easily to him. He is willful and can be quite oblivious to others' desires or feelings when he is pursuing something he wants. He is highly competitive, enjoys a challenge or a good fight, and may be downright pugnacious at times. Abounding in energy and enthusiasm at the start of a new venture, Aldous Huxley needs a very positive response and encouragement in order to sustain his interest throughout. If a project is not successful from the start, he is liable to drop it and move on to something else rather than rework or refine it. He has a strong desire to blaze new trails and put his own twist to things. Huxley can discover, invent and initiate new things, but he is impatient and may lack the stamina and perseverance needed see a long-term project through.
Aldous Huxley expects to work hard for anything he accomplishes and he has no patience for people who do not pull their own weight. Work is a passion for Aldous at times, and he pushes himself too hard. Huxley can also be too demanding of the people he works with.
If his energy is not invested in a job or career, Aldous Huxley can become fanatic about his health, and may exercise or "work out" vigorously and perhaps excessively.
Aldous Huxley struggles with feelings of discouragement, self-doubt, and the sense that life is a constant uphill battle. He is also prone to suppressing his feelings - especially aggressive or angry ones. This could lead to chronic resentment and bitterness, which actually undermines Huxley's goal far more than openly expressing his anger would.
On the positive side, Aldous Huxley is capable of immense patience, endurance and tireless effort in order to attain his goals and desires. Aldous Huxley seems to have to work very hard, and without much outside help. However, if he can avoid a negative attitude and keep "plugging along", Huxley will achieve something substantial. Moreover, he is much more effective when working for someone else.
He is very sensitive to the inner qualities of sincerity, honesty, integrity and good will. Aldous Huxley notices these qualities (or the lack thereof) more quickly than others and brings them up frequently. He is philosophical about life and very perceptive, but may have an exaggerated sense of his own wisdom and depth of understanding of religious, metaphysical, artistic, or intuitive subjects.
Positions of honor, affluence, influence, and stature in his community can be his. Aldous Huxley feels he has a destiny which involves leadership or distinguishing himself in some line of endeavor. Aldous possesses an innate sense of greatness or importance, and a strong drive to achieve recognition for his talent. Aldous Huxley should avoid excessive egotism and arrogant pride, for these could limit his opportunities.
Language, words, communication, networking, clarity of speech or writing, being a messenger or go-between - these are key features in his career, as well as how Aldous Huxley goes about achieving his goals and ambitions. "Work smarter, not harder" is Huxley's motto.
His self-control is well developed and Aldous Huxley is patient, cautious and responsible. Huxley knows that success comes with hard work and is willing to do his share. Aldous likes to be by himself and to do his own thing, but at times he may also feel lonely and deserted.
Huxley relates to others with great feeling and empathy and is able to feel out the mood of people so that he can appeal to their deepest emotional concerns. Aldous Huxley is likely to build his personal relationships on a spiritual basis.
Aldous Huxley tends to be a bit stubborn and wants to achieve his goals at any cost. Very independent, Huxley resents authority and wants to gain control over others. Aldous Huxley is capable of extraordinary achievements, but could resort to drastic measures in order to succeed.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Aries
Mars in 6th house
Mars Opposition Saturn
Saturn Trine Neptune
MC Conjunct Sun
MC Conjunct Mercury
MC Conjunct Moon/Saturn
MC Conjunct Moon/Asc.
MC Opposition Mars/Uranus