mental interests and abilities
He is more of a poet than a rational scientist, for his mind does not function in a strictly logical, linear fashion. The language of music, art or poetry comes naturally to George Chisholm, and he is also able to think in highly abstract and symbolic terms. Translating his thoughts and impressions into concrete, everyday language may be difficult for Chisholm at times he may consequently appear less intelligent or at least less quick-witted and verbal than others. This was especially true of George Chisholm as a child, and he probably daydreamed a good deal as well. He is intuitive and able to sense the thoughts and feelings of others even before they say anything to him. George often forms an opinion about a person or situation without much factual knowledge of them, and his impressions are usually correct. Chisholm can be somewhat absent-minded and he becomes so immersed in his own thoughts that he overlooks things in his immediate, tangible environment. George Chisholm is extremely open-minded and believes that anything is possible. Intangible or spiritual forces seem just as real to George Chisholm as anything in the concrete world. His imagination and sympathetic understanding of other people are two of his greatest gifts.
George does not speak up readily, even when he has a lot to say! Also, his mind tends to drift and Chisholm finds it difficult to absorb very factual material that does not have much color or imaginative appeal. His intuition and first impressions are likely to be quite accurate, however, and George Chisholm tends to depend upon this faculty when making decisions.
George Chisholm has very little interest in or knack for the technical or mechanical. Chisholm's forte lies in the human, personal side of life, people, psychology and life's inner workings. George Chisholm understands children and enjoys conversing with, counseling, listening to and learning about them. Chisholm also needs a variety of social and intellectual experiences on a regular basis, and becomes restless, nervous, and irritable if he cannot get out and about. Chisholm often needs to be mobile, to go for a walk or a drive, to regroup and to reestablish his emotional equilibrium. George Chisholm tends to dwell on the past, to ponder its significance, and at times, to long for it. Nostalgia and sentimentality substantially color George's thinking.
His desire to make a point sometime overrides his receptivity to others' views. He can be a good listener, but George Chisholm often finds it hard not to speak out.
George Chisholm has a sharp mind and a sharp tongue as well, and he loves a vigorous discussion or debate. He expresses his thoughts in a clear, decisive, convincing style. George dislikes vagueness and fuzzy thinking, and is quick to point out the discrepancies in another person's argument. At times Chisholm is verbally aggressive and abrasive toward others, and he tends to overstate his case or offend people with his unadorned frankness. George Chisholm can be an effective spokesperson, lawyer or salesman. He has an aptitude for writing as well, particularly criticism or satire. Chisholm enjoys mental challenges and mental work.
He enjoys philosophical speculation and theorizing about abstract ideas and concepts. Chisholm is interested in a broad perspective, universal principles and systems, and connecting relationships and patterns - namely, he prefers to see the whole picture rather than the sum total of its components.George Chisholm has a great respect and thirst for knowledge and education, and is the proverbial "perpetual student". George Chisholm also has a talent for teaching and sharing his knowledge, and as a teacher, George presents himself as a fellow participant in the ongoing quest for understanding rather than as a figure of authority.
He may become involved in television, publishing or other fields that involve sharing ideas with large groups of people. George Chisholm excels in areas that require long-range planning and foresight, and can therefore be very successful in business, but he is rather sloppy and haphazard when it comes to implementing his ideas concretely. George Chisholm should leave the details to someone else. Travel or long-distance contacts and communication will play a major role in his life and work.
George Chisholm has a basic need to reform and is constantly looking for change in hopes that it will lead him to a life that is more exciting. Chisholm may not always be tactful and his ideas and opinions sometimes are likely to be strongly challenged by others.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Pisces
Mercury in 12th house
Moon Opposition Mercury
Mercury aspects Moon and Mars
Mercury Conjunct Mars
Mercury Conjunct Jupiter
Mercury Conjunct Sun/Uranus