He is not easily moved by emotional displays and can be curiously detached from his own and others' emotions. It is almost as if he could turn his feelings on and off at will; Arthur should be careful not to leave the switch "off" too often, for he could easily become too impersonal. Family relationships and attachments are not as important to him as they are to most people and Miller often considers his friends closer to him than his blood relatives. Certainly, Miller's sympathy and concern extends much beyond his immediate family. In his personal relationships, Arthur Miller insists upon a certain amount of independence and the freedom to pursue friendships with as many people, of both sexes, as he chooses. Arthur does not appreciate a jealous, possessive partner.
Arthur Miller feels comfortable in an atmosphere that is open and experimental, and he has little taste for convention and tradition.
He is emotionally expressive and often dramatizes his feelings, acting them out or blowing them out of proportion. Arthur Miller cannot hide his instinctive emotional reactions to people or situations, and he does not make any pretenses about his personal sympathies or antipathies.
Arthur Miller has a childlike openness and playfulness which is very appealing to others, but which sometimes gets him into trouble, as Arthur takes risks on impulse or whim.
Miller can be hard to get close to. Subconsciously he may feel that too much closeness in his relationships will interfere with doing what he needs to do and being his own person, so Arthur Miller puts up subtle walls and distance himself when someone begins to want more of him than he can comfortably give. However, Miller may cut off sources of emotional nourishment and support that way, and end up feeling alone and lonely. Arthur Miller might even develop digestive problems. Overcoming his fears of intimacy, while at the same time affirming and acting on his autonomous needs, is the challenge here.
In addition to Arthur's rather introverted, serious, or self-contained side, he has a wild streak and urge for emotional freedom that breaks through erratically. Arthur Miller craves both stability and excitement, and the conflict between these two impulses can make Miller rather tense and irritable. However, they can also balance one another. His more free and unpredictable side will now be described.
Arthur has an unusual sense of humor and enjoys acting a little bit crazy or outlandish sometimes. Miller craves excitement and emotional freedom and he likes to break the rules and take risks. Anything new or untried appeals to Miller and he has little patience with restrictive customs. Arthur Miller is attracted to unusual, creative, or offbeat people and nontraditional lifestyles and relationships.
In love relationships, Arthur Miller desires a deep, intense, passionate union with his beloved and forms very strong emotional bonds and attachments. Arthur "marries" the person he loves at a very deep emotional level, and is often extremely possessive and jealous of any threat to that union. Miller can be very demanding with his love partner. Arthur Miller tends to be somewhat suspicious of even platonic, friendly relationships his partner has. If he is ever betrayed, Arthur Miller is capable of hating with as much force and intensity as he once loved. He is attracted to people who have an aura of mystery about them.
Miller is very much aware of his personal appearance, attractiveness, and charm, and he can be rather narcissistic. On the other hand, Arthur Miller is concerned with getting along with others and he has a pleasing, agreeable manner that people find quite appealing. Arthur uses tact or charm to get what he wants rather than intense effort or force. His desire for love and affection colors everything Arthur Miller does.
He is intensely amorous and attractive to the opposite sex, and is not inclined to friendly platonic relationships. There is much tension in his love relationships - often because Arthur Miller puts his desires ahead of his partner's, and is impatient about having his love needs satisfied. The whole arena of love relationships, romance, and sex is endlessly fascinating for Arthur Miller and he is not happy without a love partner. Miller can "burn himself out" by pouring so much of his energy into romance.
Arthur Miller 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 Arthur frequently fantasizes about love-relationships and romance he may avoid becoming intimately involved with anyone or making definite commitments. Miller 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.
Arthur Miller loves deeply, passionately, and wholeheartedly, and others may find his intensity either extremely attractive or threatening. He is charismatic and can have a powerful emotional influence on others, especially those of the opposite sex. Miller may use his attractiveness to manipulate others, sometimes without even realizing it.
He may be subject to periodic changes of mood, is serious, somewhat somber, and he seems to lack confidence in himself and could have trouble giving of his. Arthur Miller tends to avoid close relationships, expecting to be disappointed if he lets anyone come too close.
It is hard for Arthur Miller to express his feelings and emotions to other people. He may feel especially inhibited in matters of love relationships and could feel dissatisfied and unfulfilled. Arthur Miller tends to feel lonely, even when he is in the company of others.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Aquarius
Moon in 5th house
Moon Quincunx Saturn
Moon aspects Saturn and Uranus
Moon Conjunct Uranus
Venus in Scorpio
Venus in 1st house
Venus Square Mars
Venus Square Neptune
Venus Trine Pluto
Venus Opposition Moon/Saturn
Venus Opposition Saturn/N. Node