Federico García Lorca
drive and ambition
Federico García Lorca has a warrior's attitude - decisive, courageous, and bold. Federico 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. Federico García Lorca 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 Federico García Lorca 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, Federico García Lorca 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. Lorca 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.
Federico García Lorca often buys things on impulse and he can be reckless with his material resources and money. Federico has certain possessions that he is extremely attached to and possessive of.
While Federico García Lorca enjoys challenging himself to extend his abilities or try new activities, he is apt to bite off more than he can chew. Failures or accidents due to his overestimating his prowess or capacities and being overly eager and poorly prepared may result. Fortunately these disappointments or blunders do not dampen Federico's spirits or his ambitions permanently; he has a lot of resilience and optimism. Most likely Federico García Lorca will need to develop his physical coordination and sense of timing in order to practice some of the activities he dreams of.
Fits of temper and impatience, and a sudden, erratic sort of recklessness can all work very much against Federico García Lorca, especially when he needs to be working cooperatively as part of a team or in a partnership. When he is upset or fired up about something, Federico often does things that are risky and outrageous. When out of balance, Lorca tends to be accident prone.
Federico García Lorca seems to be compelled to defend his rights and may be subject to angry upsets or quarrels in his relationships. At times Federico García Lorca could be the force behind the scenes and may be attracted to some kind of secret mission, such as a secret agent.
Federico García Lorca is likely to receive much publicity and popularity through his professional pursuits, for he has a way of winning the hearts and trust of many people. Federico has an instinct for what the masses will respond to emotionally, and this sense of what other people want enables him to succeed in sales, promotion, and so on. His career could also involve protecting and caring for people, and nurturing them in some capacity.
He is likely to play a role of great responsibility in his life and Federico García Lorca takes his tasks very seriously, which places considerable burden on him as a result. He may have been unusually ambitious or mature at a tender age. Federico García Lorca progresses and attains his aspirations through dedication and perseverance, rather than fortune.
His ambitions and long-range goals in life are apt to be personal, subjective and related to inner development or inner satisfaction. The recognition of others or significant accomplishments in material or public terms are quite secondary to Federico.
A great deal of Lorca's energy, attention, and fulfillment may be somehow related to his home, family or heritage.
Deep, compelling drives that Federico García Lorca does not entirely understand are likely to be the source of his rather extraordinary ambitions. He may find that a drive for dominance, power and control stem from the rather problematic and intense relationship Federico had with one or both of his parents. If Federico García Lorca is willing to delve deeply into his own fears and inner life and clear away much of the conditioning of his earliest years, he will indeed discover tremendous inner resources which can be used to fuel his rise in the world.
Sometimes his emotional or romantic interests detract Federico García Lorca from his professional progress and the achievement of his long-range goals. Friendship with colleagues and especially superiors may be lacking, or prove to be a detrimental to Lorca in a roundabout way. It seems that Federico must choose either business or pleasure - work or love. These two arenas simply do not go together very well for him.
He is very conscious of his purpose or objective in life and he is ambitious with a strong desire to succeed. His leadership ability is apparent to everyone and Federico García Lorca does not take a back seat to anyone.
His self-control is well developed and Federico García Lorca is patient, cautious and responsible. Lorca knows that success comes with hard work and is willing to do his share. Federico likes to be by himself and to do his own thing, but at times he may also feel lonely and deserted.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Aries
Mars in 2nd house
Mars Quincunx Jupiter
Mars Quincunx Uranus
Mars Conjunct Neptune/Asc.
MC Conjunct Moon
MC Conjunct Saturn
Sun Opposition MC
Pluto Opposition MC
Venus Quincunx MC
MC Opposition Sun/Pluto
MC Conjunct Moon/Saturn