drive and ambition
Jean-Paul Sartre is extremely strong-willed and he pursues his goals and desires with passionate dedication and determination. He is capable of total concentration and tremendous discipline, and he is very difficult to influence or sway once his mind is made up. When Jean-Paul Sartre wants something, Sartre can be very one-sided and almost obsessed with it. He is very instinctive and does not always consciously know why he feels as strongly and deeply as he does.
He also tends to be secretive and unwilling to reveal his aims and intentions, and the intensity of his will and desire may not initially be apparent to others. However, Sartre is very forceful in a quiet and subtle way. Jean-Paul Sartre often manipulates or forces his will upon other people, without being overtly aggressive. He is not interested in confrontation but he is a formidable foe if he encounters opposition or aggression. Jean-Paul is courageous and has a rather primitive, raw side as well.
He is a team player and works well in collaboration with others who share his goals, ideals, and intentions. Jean-Paul Sartre can coordinate group efforts and inspire people to work toward a shared goal.
Team sports are also a lot of fun for Jean-Paul, and he could be a leader, coach, or director of any group endeavor.
Sartre dreams up creative solutions to problems and takes an imaginative, unusual approach to getting a job done. When difficulties arise, Jean-Paul Sartre prefers to avoid conflict and confrontation in favor of more peaceful or subtle methods of resolving problems. Sartre finds it satisfying to work in order to help others or for a cause that transcends his own narrow, personal interests. Jean-Paul Sartre has an artistic flair and appreciates the colorful, unique or strange.
He is very sensitive to the inner qualities of sincerity, honesty, integrity and good will. Jean-Paul Sartre notices these qualities (or the lack thereof) more quickly than others and brings them up frequently. He is philosophical about life and very perceptive, but may have an exaggerated sense of his own wisdom and depth of understanding of religious, metaphysical, artistic, or intuitive subjects.
In meeting his challenges and difficulties in life, Jean-Paul Sartre does have allies: his ability to tolerate tension and ambivalence, his ability to compromise, and a capacity to endure discomfort. Remaining steady in the midst of crisis or sudden change is an aspect of this, as well as knowing when to wait and when to make necessary changes. Jean-Paul's timing is usually good.
Indecision and confusion over his ambitions or direction in life may hold Jean-Paul back from achieving anything solid, especially in his early life. He is very much a dreamer and his interests and inclinations may not translate very readily into concrete goals. Personal glory or accomplishment can never be Sartre's sole motivation or drive in life. Ministering to others in some way may be his calling, however. Or Jean-Paul Sartre could use his dreamy, imaginative energies in creative ways - the arts, music or entertainment field.
He is kind-hearted, social-minded and very popular. Sartre knows what he wants and has the necessary confidence to succeed. Future oriented, Jean-Paul Sartre lives in the joy of expectation. He is satisfied with himself, is honest and always ready to lend a helping hand.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Scorpio
Mars in 11th house
Mars Trine Neptune
Saturn Trine Neptune
Saturn Sextile Uranus
Neptune Square MC
MC Opposition Moon/Jupiter