Although he is outwardly polite, modest and circumspect (as described on the previous page), Jacques Lacan actually has a lot of courage and drive, as discussed below. He may feel like Clark Kent at times! Underneath his quiet, unassuming appearance lies a much more dynamic individual.
He is a person who thrives on challenge, and he often feels that he must battle his way through life, relying on no one and nothing but his own strength, intelligence and courage. Jacques Lacan believes in being totally honest, true to himself and his own vision and convictions, even if it means standing alone. Honesty, integrity, personal honor and authenticity are Lacan's gods, and he has no sympathy for weakness of character in others.
Jacques Lacan craves the freedom to do things in his own way, and he works very well independently. Cooperating with others or carrying out another's will is not his style. Jacques likes to be the chief - or to go it alone.
Jacques Lacan loves action and if others are settling down into a nice, comfortable little rut, then he is always ready to stir things up, do something new, make changes and introduce some fresh blood. Routine and sameness are tantamount to death for him. He is not afraid of trying something that has never been done before, and even though he may sometimes be perceived as a fool, Jacques Lacan also discovers, invents and initiates things that others will later emulate. Taking risks and following his own star are the breath of life for Lacan, and he wilts (or gets very frustrated and angry) if he cannot do this.
He is spontaneous, impulsive, direct, enthusiastic and assertive. Jacques Lacan believes in the power of positive thinking and positive action, and he perceives himself as a strong, even invincible, person. Jacques Lacan hates being ill or in a position of dependency. Accepting his own human limitations and emotional needs is often difficult for him.
He is basically aggressive in his attitudes and less adept at relating to others, picking up on subtle messages and nuances, listening, nurturing and harmonizing. He is often so fired up about his own projects or goals that he inadvertently runs over or ignores other people's feelings and interests. Being receptive and appreciative of others' contributions, ideas and feelings would be highly instrumental in improving Lacan's relationships. His impatience to get on with things causes Jacques Lacan to be rather insensitive, thereby alienating others unnecessarily. He also frequently tries to accomplish his goals through anger or temper tantrums. Jacques Lacan would gain much by learning to slow down, relax and sometimes just let things be, however his energetic, restless nature rarely allows Jacques Lacan to do so.
Jacques Lacan craves intense experiences and is attracted to aspects of life that are strange, unfathomable or taboo. Jacques may hide his interests or inclinations, except from those who know him very intimately. Jacques Lacan is rarely content with himself and his life, and he has an inner urge to continually delve deeper than ever before. Jacques is also highly interested in social power and the role that money and economics play in people's lives.
Jacques Lacan is loving and well loved by others, and has a strong need for relationships that offer kindness, friendship and affection. His artistic and creative powers are also well developed and Jacques does everything in a harmonious, gracious, pleasing manner. Aesthetics are very important to Lacan, as are his personal appearance and attractiveness.
Although Jacques Lacan prefers harmony and accord, he also has a confrontational side.
He is a positive, vital, energetic and active go-getter. He enjoys competition, and his initiative and self-confidence make Jacques Lacan a winner.
Along with his energy and drive, Jacques Lacan has high ideals and an active fantasy life. There is a dreamer and an idealist in Lacan, as well as a doer and a fighter. Jacques wants to win but not at the expense of others, and this may be somewhat of a dilemma for him.
He is very open and receptive to the spiritual, intangible, and subtle realms, and can easily receive or give conscious guidance based on his inner attunement. Jacques Lacan takes many things for granted, such as the existence of an afterlife or the effects of subtle influences like aromatherapy, spiritual healing, etc. These things seem obvious to Jacques, whereas to many people they are a matter of conjecture or even illusory. Jacques Lacan may not realize he has spiritual gifts because they come so naturally to him.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Virgo and Sun in Aries
Sun in Aries
Sun in 8th house
Sun Conjunct Venus
Sun aspects Venus and Mars
Sun Trine Mars
Sun aspects Mars and Neptune
Sun Sextile Neptune