Hu does not appear to be an intensely emotional or sentimental person, and he is often unaware of his own or other people's deeper feelings and emotional needs. Tears and tantrums bewilder him and make him very uncomfortable. Hu Jintao would rather settle differences by talking things out reasonably and rationally, but he tends to ignore or poke fun at any attempt to probe his own or others' inner depths.
Hu Jintao avoids heavy, demanding emotional relationships and is wary of making personal commitments.
He needs ample mental stimulation and feels close to people with whom he can share thoughts and intellectual interests. Conversation is very important to Jintao. The strong, silent partner is not for him.
Hu Jintao often makes decisions solely for emotional or personal reasons, because something "feels right" or because he has always done it a certain way and is uncomfortable acting otherwise. Even when Jintao thinks he is being rational, his prejudices, intuitions and feelings influence his thoughts a great deal. Hu is comfortable talking about feelings and personal subjects, and sharing confidences, which enables others to express their own inner feelings with him as well. Hu Jintao has good psychological insight into others.
Serious and emotionally reserved, Hu Jintao was probably never an exuberant, playful child, and he rarely expresses himself in a spontaneous, childlike manner. He is cautious about letting others get close to him and sometimes withdraws from people altogether. At times, Hu Jintao feels lonely or isolated, even when he is with people. Learning to appreciate his own company and find satisfying solitary activities is essential to Hu's emotional well-being.
Hu has an instinctive understanding of other people and is very sympathetic toward them. Relationships are very important to Hu Jintao, and he is likely to feel a strong inner bond with many of his friends.
He is definitely not one to wear his heart on his sleeve. Hu Jintao cares very much about others' opinions and craves love and appreciation as much as anyone - however one would never know it from Jintao's reserved and seemingly detached demeanor. Casual, superficial relationships do not interest Hu at all. He is cautious and serious about love and really desires deep, genuine, lasting relationships. Hu Jintao is old-fashioned about courtship and love relationships, and will remain faithful to his loved one in good times and in bad.
Hu Jintao may be attracted to older persons who are emotionally mature and reliable and can provide the security Hu desires.
Promoting beauty, the arts or entertainment can make Hu Jintao very happy. Hu wants to contribute something positive and loving to the world at large and he wants to be recognized for his beauty, artistic gifts or loving generosity. Hu Jintao may be "married to" his work - namely he may be more involved in his career than in his private life. Jintao is a natural host or diplomat.
Hu Jintao tends to deprive himself of pleasure, friendship and love, either because he feels he does not deserve it or he thinks it is wrong to enjoy life too much. Jintao may have been indoctrinated with a duty-and-work-before-all-else attitude early on. He may also think of himself as unattractive or unlovable, and thus close his heart to opportunities to share love and companionship, never quite believing that others actually like him. Hu Jintao is apt to prefer solitude to being in uncomfortable relationships or social situations, and his shyness may be intense - especially when young. Learning to truly love and accept himself - including whatever flaws or imperfections Hu believes he has - is vital for him. This process of self-appreciation and self-love will reap rewards, especially in later life.
He is prone to getting involved in highly intense, even obsessive relationships - "fatal attractions", so to speak. At its darkest, this urge for intensity in the personal arena may compel Hu Jintao to choose friends or mates who are rather dangerous or dishonorable characters with a penchant for manipulating and inflicting pain on their "loved ones". On the other hand, Jintao may be tempted to use his own sexuality or charm to play the same sort of game, to use love or friendship as a bargaining chip or to gain power over others. Even if his intentions are basically good, Hu Jintao will find that his closest relationships are rather tumultuous affairs in which some rather unsavory aspects of his character (such as jealousy and the desire to dominate or to be a victim) keep surfacing. These are qualities that need to be understood and ultimately outgrown.
Hu has great self-discipline and knows exactly what he can demand of himself. His love relationships are inclined to be connected with a lot of problems and Hu Jintao may wish to give up love altogether and retreat to a life of solitude and seclusion.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Gemini
Moon in 3rd house
Moon Conjunct Saturn
Moon Conjunct N. Node/Asc.
Venus in Capricorn
Venus in 10th house
Venus Quincunx Saturn
Venus Quincunx Pluto
Venus Opposition Saturn/Pluto