He is not easily moved by emotional displays and can be curiously detached from his own emotions and those of others. It is almost as if he could turn his feelings on and off at will; Jacques should be careful not to leave the switch "off" too often, for he could easily become too impersonal. Family relationships and attachments are not as important to him as they are to most people and Lacan often considers his friends closer to him than his blood relatives. Certainly, Lacan's sympathy and concern extends much beyond his immediate family. In his personal relationships, Jacques Lacan insists upon a certain amount of independence and the freedom to pursue friendships with as many people, of both sexes, as he chooses. Jacques does not appreciate a jealous, possessive partner.
Jacques Lacan feels comfortable in an atmosphere that is open and experimental, and he has little taste for convention and tradition.
Jacques Lacan has a sympathetic nature and instinctively reaches out to people in need of help. Lacan also has a deeply ingrained tendency to want to improve or "fix" other people's lives, which can be annoying to the person who has no desire to be changed or "helped" in this way. For Jacques, affection and caring must be expressed in tangible acts of some kind.
His love feelings and desires are easily aroused but he may find it difficult to sustain his romantic interest in relationships after the initial, exciting "chase and conquest". Jacques Lacan enjoys a dynamic partner with a strong independent streak, and he does not like things to become too peaceful or predictable in the love arena. Jacques wants to see sparks fly once in awhile, even if it means instigating a fight.
Jacques Lacan craves very intense, deep, emotional relationships, and would even prefer stormy, tumultuous relationships to ones that are calm but lack vitality and passion. Jacques loves wholeheartedly and expects all-consuming, total devotion and attention from his partner. Casual, light relationships hold no appeal for Lacan.
He is serious and finds it difficult to enjoy himself in a lighthearted, open and playful way with others. Jacques Lacan rarely does something purely for pleasure, and can be very close-fisted and parsimonious. Perhaps due to painful separations in his early life, Jacques is very cautious about becoming involved in close relationships and sharing his feelings. Though Lacan craves love and affection, intimacy is difficult for him. He may become romantically involved with people who do not value him or treat him well. Jacques Lacan needs to learn to love and value himself before he finds happiness in love.
When it comes to love relationships, Lacan is likely to feel pulled in several directions at once. In addition to his desire for depth and security in his relationships, Jacques Lacan has an impulsive side and a need for a lot of variety and excitement, as discussed in the following paragraphs. These urges do not have to conflict, but they certainly can, especially if Jacques acts on his spontaneous impulses without much consideration for their long-term effects on his personal life.
He is open and progressive in his attitude towards love relationships and romance, and spontaneous and free in the way he expresses his love. Jacques Lacan is always willing to experiment and try anything new that his partner suggests, and he enjoys being surprised. A relationship in which both Jacques and his partner have a good deal of freedom and independence will hold Lacan's interest much more than a safe, predictable one.
His romantic relationships tend to be deep, intense, passionate and highly emotional. It is "all or nothing" with him. Oftentimes Jacques Lacan is irresistibly attracted to someone and feels that he has very little choice or control over his powerful feelings.
He may well be highly magnetic and sexually attractive himself. Jacques Lacan should beware of using this power to manipulate people, for he could gain the reputation of being a "user".
Somewhat over-enthusiastic in matters of love relationships, Jacques Lacan could fall in love with the wrong person. He may be too selfless and have the illusion that his only need in relationships is to make the other person happy, leading to disappointments and regrets.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Aquarius
Moon in 6th house
Venus in Aries
Venus in 8th house
Venus Square Saturn
Venus aspects Saturn and Uranus
Venus Trine Uranus
Venus Sextile Pluto
Venus Conjunct Moon/Neptune