originality and imagination
Areas Where Charles Aznavour is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
Charles Aznavour has a reckless, impulsive, or very unconventional attitude toward money, material things, and ownership. Above all, he does not want to be possessed by his possessions. The obligations inherent in owning things are likely to feel oppressive to him.
Also, Charles Aznavour may make his money in a field that is unconventional, highly unstable, or very inventive and innovative. His fortune is likely to fluctuate widely throughout his life.
Charles Aznavour often has a very naive, idealistic, or overly romantic attitude toward people, and it is difficult for him to see others realistically. Charles may prefer to keep his relationships on an idealistic or platonic level, so that he does not have to deal with the more prosaic, earthy, human aspects of relationships.
Potential marriage or business partners should be thoroughly investigated, as his gullibility and desire to see only the best in people may blind Charles Aznavour to the truth about others with whom he forms close relationships.
Charles can become obsessed with his health, self-improvement and personal development. The psychological elements of disease interest him, and Charles Aznavour may endlessly psychoanalyze himself and others.
Also, he may work compulsively and exhaust himself through overwork. Charles Aznavour can be a tyrant with co-workers, and it may be easier for Charles to work in solitude.
Charles Aznavour has a great need to be independent and free. His inner sense of rebellion makes it difficult for him to be adaptable. His domestic relationships may be filled with nervous tension and a tendency for excessive demands made on the family.
There seems to be a nervous unrest about Charles Aznavour, and he tends to be somewhat irritable and easily excitable. Others may consider his views of the world a bit peculiar, as Charles' grasp of reality is apt to be a little confusing.
There is an emotional nervousness about him, and Charles Aznavour is likely to act rashly and impulsively. Charles could become so fascinated by an idea that he no longer sees things clearly. His energies could easily be drained and Aznavour may periodically feel exhausted.
Charles Aznavour tends to frequently be engrossed in his own thoughts and occupy himself with fantastic ideas. He should guard against scattering himself in too many directions. As he is very receptive to external influences, Charles Aznavour could easily become depressed when involved with negative people.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 2nd house
Neptune in 7th house
Pluto in 6th house
Uranus Conjunct Sun/Moon
Uranus Opposition Saturn/Neptune
Neptune Opposition Moon/Uranus
Neptune Opposition Mercury/MC