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; Jean-Paul 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 Sartre often considers his friends closer to him than his blood relatives. Certainly, Sartre's sympathy and concern extends much beyond his immediate family. In his personal relationships, Jean-Paul Sartre insists upon a certain amount of independence and the freedom to pursue friendships with as many people, of both sexes, as he chooses. Jean-Paul does not appreciate a jealous, possessive partner.
Jean-Paul Sartre feels comfortable in an atmosphere that is open and experimental, and he has little taste for convention and tradition.
He is likely to be a great collector of things - a real pack rat in fact - for his belongings give Jean-Paul Sartre a sense of security and continuity with the past, which is important to him. Antiques or things with sentimental value from Jean-Paul's past are especially dear to him.
Jean-Paul Sartre may also cling rather tightly to money and possessions, keeping them "in the family" rather than sharing freely with those outside of his immediate circle.
Jean-Paul Sartre has a buoyant, cheerful disposition and he reaches out to others in a warm, open and friendly way. His emotional generosity and lack of pettiness is well known among his circle of friends, and people often seek Jean-Paul out for help, sympathy or advice. Jean-Paul Sartre is always willing to overlook others' faults, and he sometimes overdoes his charitableness.
He enjoys emotional intensity and is attracted to the mysterious, the unknown, and dangerous or challenging experiences that draw on all of his inner resources. He is able to handle an emotional crisis very well and is interested in the underlying root of emotional problems and how to cure them. Jean-Paul Sartre insists on bringing feelings between people out into the open, for he craves real closeness and intimacy in his relationships, without barriers or secrets.
Jean-Paul Sartre seems to float above reality and has a very intense imagination. Jean-Paul likes to daydream and is apt to have many wishes and illusions that rarely have a chance to materialize. He is guided by his feelings and seems to live in a world of his own.
In love relationships, Jean-Paul Sartre is steadfast and loyal, especially if he has a warm, demonstrative partner. He is very sensual in nature and craves plenty of touching and physical affection. Jean-Paul enjoys being pampered with a good meal, a loving massage or other sensual delights. He is a wonderful lover who is very attentive to the comfort and enjoyment of his loved one. Jean-Paul Sartre responds intensely to beauty and physical appearance, and the physical attractiveness of his partner is very important to him.
Jean-Paul Sartre loves romance and wishes that the honeymoon phase of his love relationships would last forever! Sartre needs dramatic romantic gestures and displays of affection from his partner, and he wants to feel very, very special, like a royalty, to his beloved. Jean-Paul Sartre also has an artistic flair and he enjoys creating art or beauty in some form.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Aquarius
Moon in 2nd house
Moon Square Jupiter
Moon Trine Pluto
Moon Opposition Neptune/MC
Venus in Taurus
Venus in 5th house