mental interests and abilities
Jawaharlal has the ability to concentrate and become completely immersed in his work. Jawaharlal Nehru seems to know things at an instinctive, nonverbal level and prefers learning through direct experience or apprenticeship rather than through books or lectures. Jawaharlal has mechanical ability and works well with his hands. Nehru could become adept at sculpture, pottery, carpentry or anything that involves manual creativity.Biology (and related fields such as medicine) interests him as well. Jawaharlal Nehru also has an instinctive rapport with animals, and may feel that he relates better to them than to people! Jawaharlal Nehru tends to become narrowly focused on his own specialized interests and may not have much to say or communicate outside of that particular field.
He is quite verbal and communicative and eager to get his own ideas and opinions across to others. Jawaharlal Nehru says what is on his mind. Others see Nehru as a lively, intelligent person, and perhaps something of a chatterbox at times.
He is not interested in subjects that are wholly abstract or technical. There must be a personal, human element to spark Nehru's interest. His interests revolve around people and their inner motivations, feelings, personal lives and experiences. Jawaharlal Nehru is a natural listener with a talent for getting others to talk about their lives, relationships, dreams and desires - namely the things that are meaningful to them. Nehru could also be an excellent writer, reporter or biographer.
Jawaharlal Nehru has a particular interest in the past. He is concerned either with personal history (childhood and early family experiences, genealogy, etc.) or with the roots and origins of societies (archeology, mythology, history, etc.).
Jawaharlal Nehru is nostalgic and he loves to hear others' life stories and to discuss his own experiences and feelings. Jawaharlal likes to read biographies and memoirs, and he probably keeps a diary or journal himself. Jawaharlal Nehru also has the ability to be a successful public speaker.
He is mentally restless, intellectually thirsty, and immensely curious. Jawaharlal Nehru may study and travel widely in order to satisfy these urges and he is even happier if he shares his journeys with companions. Jawaharlal's gifts lie in his capacity for learning about the beliefs of a broad spectrum of people, making long-distance connections, opening up channels of communication and understanding, bringing people together from foreign lands, and promoting social and cultural exchange.
Jawaharlal Nehru has a basic need to reform and is constantly looking for change in hopes that it will lead him to a life that is more exciting. Nehru may not always be tactful and his ideas and opinions sometimes are likely to be strongly challenged by others.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Scorpio
Mercury in 1st house
Moon Square Mercury
Mercury Sextile Jupiter
Mercury Conjunct Sun/Uranus