drive and ambition
Jawaharlal Nehru 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. Jawaharlal Nehru 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. Jawaharlal Nehru 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. Jawaharlal Nehru 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 team player and works well in collaboration with others who share his goals, ideals, and intentions. Jawaharlal Nehru can coordinate group efforts and inspire people to work toward a shared goal.
Team sports are also a lot of fun for Jawaharlal, and he could be a leader, coach, or director of any group endeavor.
Nehru dreams up creative solutions to problems and takes an imaginative, unusual approach to getting a job done. When difficulties arise, Jawaharlal Nehru prefers to avoid conflict and confrontation in favor of more peaceful or subtle methods of resolving problems. Nehru finds it satisfying to work in order to help others or for a cause that transcends his own narrow, personal interests. Jawaharlal Nehru has an artistic flair and appreciates the colorful, unique or strange.
Jawaharlal Nehru has a strong sense of mission and instinctively knows that in order to achieve anything great, one must eliminate superfluous activities and give oneself wholly to the task at hand. His zeal, enthusiasm and clarity of purpose enable Jawaharlal Nehru to succeed and to achieve whatever he sets his mind to. Jawaharlal Nehru has a strong will, but is usually quiet and understated by nature.
Jawaharlal Nehru has a great deal of energy and a strong need to accomplish what he sets out to do. His demeanor tends to be somewhat nervous and excitable and Jawaharlal is inclined to be the dominant one in his partnerships, marriage, and other relationships.
Jawaharlal Nehru tends to be on the defensive and fears rejection in love relationships. There could be a violent streak in Nehru and he is inclined to be rather jealous. Because of his strong sense of duty Jawaharlal may also sacrifice his own happiness for others.
Jawaharlal Nehru has a good balance between idealism, optimism, and vision for the future on one hand and a realistic sense of what can actually be achieved on the other hand. His judgment and business sense are usually quite good. Jawaharlal possesses patience and the ability to accept limitation and frustration on the way to his goals.
Older, more experienced individuals or mentors are likely to play a significant and beneficial role in Jawaharlal's life.
Jawaharlal Nehru is apt to receive much publicity and popularity through his professional pursuits, for he has a way of winning the hearts and trust of many people. Jawaharlal has an instinct for what the masses of people will respond to emotionally, and this feeling-sense of what other people want enables him to succeed in sales, promotion, and so on. His career could also involve protecting and caring for people, and nurturing them in some capacity.
To achieve his long-range goals and ambitions, the process must be interesting and mentally stimulating, as Nehru gets bored with work that is not challenging intellectually. Jawaharlal Nehru needs variety and social stimulation as well. One problem he may have is saying the wrong thing at the wrong time, or to the wrong person. Jawaharlal needs to watch his words. His tongue or even his sense of humor can get Jawaharlal Nehru in trouble with superiors at times.
Jawaharlal has an aptitude for detective or research work, or any field that involves digging beneath the surface for the hidden elements. An interest in psychology, hypnosis, and utilizing subconscious forces or subliminal messages may well be a key factor in his career.
Whatever his choice of profession, Jawaharlal Nehru is apt to feel a sense of inner mission about it and may pursue it with great zeal and intensity.
Jawaharlal wants very much to be in a position to be able to positively influence and help many people. However, he may believe that he has to sacrifice his idealism or convictions in order to attain his ambitions. At times his desire for prominence, popularity, or stature may make Jawaharlal Nehru do things that put him in a dubious situation with his superiors.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Libra
Mars in 11th house
Mars Trine Neptune
Mars Trine Pluto
Mars Conjunct Sun/Moon
Mars Conjunct Venus/Saturn
Jupiter Trine Saturn
MC Conjunct Moon
Mercury Square MC
Pluto Sextile MC
Jupiter Quincunx MC