drive and ambition
George Orwell seesaws between being too pushy, confrontational and insistent on doing things his way, and being too eager to please, without a clear, definite goal of his own. George Orwell strives for a balance between acting independently and assertively - and working cooperatively and interdependently with others. He may feel frustrated at times that he cannot simply do what HE wants and that he must always accommodate the needs and desires of others. Or he may feel hesitant to act in a positive, assertive manner if he does not have the support and approval of other people. Either way, he is not a loner. George Orwell achieves his goals by collaborating and joining forces with others, by being a team player. He is very concerned with the concept of fairness and becomes quite indignant and vocal if he senses someone is being taken advantage of. George Orwell avoids extremism and favors a balanced, moderate approach to living. He is unlikely to push himself too hard or to become fanatically driven to reach his goals.
He is a doer and an achiever. Energetic, courageous, and often impatient, George Orwell will forge ahead with his plans regardless of others' reservations. In fact, Orwell often feels other people get in his way and he prefers working on his own. George is active, assertive, and rather competitive as well.
George Orwell has the gift of endurance and perseverance, as well as the willingness to work hard to achieve his objectives. Once he decides he wants something or makes a commitment, George Orwell will do it "even if it takes forever". Self-discipline comes naturally to George and he instinctively realizes that any creative achievement is "10% inspiration, 90% perspiration". Orwell chooses practical, realistic goals and pursues them step-by-step in a well-planned, orderly fashion. George Orwell likes to concentrate on one thing at a time and he does a thorough job. He enjoys working in solitude, and often feels he does his best work when he is alone.
He may find it difficult to communicate with others and has a tendency to quarrel. It is hard for George Orwell to express himself and his ideas and opinions may often be challenged by others. Because of frequent disagreements, George is likely to feel that his relationships are incompatible.
George has an extraordinary drive for power and influence in the world, which can be used for good or ill, for his own personal aggrandizement or for achieving some wider aim.
George Orwell could be a channel for healing, transforming, revivifying energies in society or in individuals. His work will involve stimulating deep, fundamental changes and bringing to light hidden, taboo, repressed, or secret information and knowledge.
In order to achieve his ambitions in life George Orwell may well feels that he must make a significant break from his personal past, especially the influences of his childhood environment, his family relationships, or familial traditions. Orwell is apt to be the black sheep, or the one who left home and never really returned.
What George Orwell wants to do in life may seem "off the wall" or "way out in left field" to some people.
George has grand aspirations and may be inordinately ambitious at times. That is, he is apt to be discontent with small successes and to feel like a failure unless he achieves extraordinary things. George Orwell should avoid get-rich-quick schemes which promise tremendous returns for little energy expenditure. Even if they do seem to succeed, Orwell's ideals and values could be compromised.
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 George Orwell does not take a back seat to anyone.
His emotional life is likely to be strained and George has a tendency to be a loner. His outlook could be a bit one-sided and George Orwell may find it hard to compromise. It is difficult for him to maintain good give-and-take relationships.
George Orwell has a strong desire to acquire wealth and may have the good fortune to live in affluent circumstances. His pleasant and harmonious personality makes George very popular, and he will probably have a large circle of friends.
George Orwell tends to have a very deep soul-life and a great need for deep spiritual understanding and truth. George has the ability to open himself up to the spiritual dimensions and what he may learn could prove to be of permanent value to him.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Libra
Mars in 1st house
Mars Trine Saturn
Mars Opposition Mercury/Saturn
MC Conjunct Pluto
Uranus Opposition MC
Jupiter Square MC
MC Conjunct Sun/Pluto
MC Conjunct Moon/Pluto
MC Opposition Jupiter/Asc.
MC Conjunct Neptune/Pluto