Even though Che Guevara comes across as headstrong and independent (as mentioned in the previous chapter), he is not a loner. As the following paragraphs describe, he is really a very social and gregarious creature at heart. Communication is very important to him, but Ernesto de la Serna often speaks too forcefully and he may not be as good a listener as he is a speaker. Moreover, Che Guevara should be careful not to let his fast-paced life cause him to become high-strung and nervous.
Che Guevara is, in many ways, an eternal child. His mind is bright, alert, curious, flexible, playful and always eager for new experiences - and his attention span is often quite brief. Ernesto de la Serna grasps ideas quickly and once his initial curiosity has been satisfied, he is ready to move on. Che Guevara craves frequent change and variety, as well as new situations and people.
It may be hard for Che Guevara to decide just where his talents and true vocation lie, for he has a multitude of interests and is loathe limiting himself by concentrating on just one. He is easily distracted by all of the other fascinating possibilities. His curiosity and restlessness propel Che Guevara toward many different experiences in life, and he is willing to taste or try anything once. Doing the same thing over and over again, even if it is something he does well, is tantamount to drudgery for Ernesto de la Serna.
Che Guevara lives in his head a great deal - reading, observing, thinking, spinning ideas around - and he needs mental stimulation every bit as much as he needs food and drink. In fact, if Che Guevara had to choose between a good book or movie and a good lunch, he would very likely choose the former. Che Guevara has a creative mind and he often lives by his wits.
He is also a very social creature, with a strong need to communicate and interact with people. He enjoys using and playing with words and has a real flair for getting his ideas across in a clever, interesting, articulate manner. Writing and/or speaking are areas he has talent for.
Che Guevara also has a rather lighthearted and mischievous sense of humor, and often does not take anything too seriously. Though he craves emotional involvement, it is hard for Che Guevara to achieve it, for he is frequently unwilling to commit himself to anything, to take responsibility or to limit his personal freedom and mobility.
His happiness lies in using his creativity and language skills to communicate something meaningful, teach, inspire, or bring people together. Che Guevara has an unbiased mind and can usually offer a fresh, clear, uncluttered perspective. His faults are his lack of constancy and persistence, and his tendency to overlook or ignore deep emotional issues and other people's feelings.
Ownership gives Che Guevara a sense of security, and he has a strong attachment to his possessions. Che Guevara also has a natural instinct or understanding of economics, finance, trade, and appraising the value of merchandise.
Che Guevara is loving and well loved by others, and has a strong need for relationships that offer kindness, friendship and affection. His artistic and creative powers are also well developed and Che Guevara does everything in a harmonious, gracious, pleasing manner. Aesthetics are very important to Ernesto de la Serna, as are his personal appearance and attractiveness.
Although Che Guevara prefers harmony and accord, he also has a confrontational side.
Ernesto de la Serna can be an inspiring leader of a team or group effort. His dynamism and energy evokes the same in others, and he sees healthy competition between people as a plus. Generally, Che Guevara enjoys fine health as well.
Along with his energy and drive, Che Guevara has high ideals and an active fantasy life. There is a dreamer and an idealist in Ernesto de la Serna, as well as a doer and a fighter. Che Guevara wants to win but not at the expense of others, and this may be somewhat of a dilemma for him.
He is very open and receptive to the spiritual, intangible, and subtle realms, and can easily receive or give conscious guidance based on his inner attunement. Che Guevara takes many things for granted, such as the existence of an afterlife or the effects of subtle influences like aromatherapy, spiritual healing, etc. These things seem obvious to Che Guevara, whereas to many people they are a matter of conjecture or even illusory. Che Guevara may not realize he has spiritual gifts because they come so naturally to him.
His vitality is not up to par and his will-power a bit weak, making Che Guevara vulnerable to swindle or deceit. His inner discontent and casual attitude could easily lead Ernesto de la Serna into dubious schemes. Che Guevara should refrain from any activity that seems to be subversive.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Aries and Sun in Gemini
Sun in Gemini
Sun in 2nd house
Sun Conjunct Venus
Sun aspects Venus and Mars
Sun Sextile Mars
Sun aspects Mars and Neptune
Sun Sextile Neptune
Sun Conjunct Mars/Neptune