George W. Bush
His desire for harmonious relationships and surroundings is so strong that he avoids personal confrontations or any expression of intense, unpleasant emotions. George W. Bush is an idealist who would like to paint the world in pastel colors, and live in peace and harmony with others at all times. He is able to see points of similarity and unity with people who are vastly different from him, and befriend many different types of people. He is a considerate and thoughtful friend, and has a real flair for making others feel accepted and appreciated. Inwardly George W. Bush is often torn with indecision and is much more at odds with himself than others would ever guess from his smooth, even disposition.
George W. Bush often makes decisions solely for emotional or personal reasons, because something "feels right" or because he has always done it a certain way and he is uncomfortable changing it. Even when Bush thinks he is being rational, his prejudices, intuitions, and feelings influence his thoughts a great deal. George is comfortable talking about feelings and personal subjects, and sharing confidences, which enables others to express their own inner feelings with him as well. George W. Bush has good psychological insight into others.
He is tolerant and forgiving, always ready to overlook mistakes and give others a second chance. George W. Bush expects the best from people and draws it out of them, and he enjoys making others comfortable and happy. Because of his emotional generosity, his life is rich with friends, and often financial blessings as well.
He is uninhibited and spontaneous and will often do something unexpected or humorous in order to loosen people up and get them out of their ruts. George W. Bush craves emotional stimulation, excitement, surprises, and anything new. Bush also loves to feel free and unfettered.
Warmhearted and generous in love relationships, George W. Bush cannot tolerate pettiness or stinginess in his partner. George wants a hero to idolize and adore, someone Bush wholeheartedly admires and can be proud of. George W. Bush is tremendously loyal and devoted once he gives his heart to someone.
George W. Bush craves love, appreciation, and attention from others and hates to be ignored. He is rather susceptible to flattery and loves to feel special. Bush enjoys some drama and color in his love relationships and grand romantic gestures or an extravagant expression of generosity impresses him.
Bush is very much aware of his personal appearance, attractiveness, and charm, and he can be rather narcissistic. On the other hand, George W. Bush is concerned with getting along with others and he has a pleasing, agreeable manner that people find quite appealing. George uses tact or charm to get what he wants rather than intense effort or force. His desire for love and affection colors everything George W. Bush does.
George W. Bush loves to laugh, celebrate, and to enjoy himself with his companions. Emotionally open and easygoing, George considers just about anyone a friend or potential friend. His good humor and friendliness make him quite popular and well-liked. At times, George W. Bush overdoes the festivities, but he rarely regrets this.
He needs a lot of emotional and romantic stimulation, and may not be very interested in having just one mate or love partner. Variety, excitement, spontaneity, and freedom are quite important to George, and "settling down" is not that appealing. George W. Bush tends to surround himself with unusual, creative, unconventional people that keep his life lively. Music or dancing or both play an important part in Bush's life.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Libra
Moon in 3rd house
Moon Conjunct Find Jupiter
Moon Trine Uranus
Venus in Leo
Venus in 1st house
Venus Sextile Jupiter
Venus Sextile Uranus