drive and ambition
Jiddu Krishnamurti avoids direct confrontation as much as possible and is uncomfortable with aggressiveness, competition, and personal power. His ego drive is not very strong and Krishnamurti is not especially ambitious or eager to push his way to the top. He may feel inadequate in situations that call for strong, forceful action. The only instance in which Jiddu Krishnamurti will really fight is when he feels his loved ones, or something dear to him, is being harmed, for then he is a fierce defender. Jiddu Krishnamurti has a very strong protective side. He acts on impulse and instinct and may lash out at anyone he perceives as threatening to Jiddu's home or family. However, Jiddu Krishnamurti will rarely initiate a confrontation. His goals also tend to be very personal and centered on family closeness and inner satisfaction rather than worldly achievement.
He is sensitive to stress and does not handle a high-pressured, competitive atmosphere very well. Jiddu Krishnamurti is very touchy, irritable, and difficult to live with when there are many demands or tensions at work. His energy level is inconstant and is very much dependent upon the emotional harmony (or lack of it) in his home. A supportive partner is of great benefit to Krishnamurti in helping him to achieve his goals and desires.
Krishnamurti plays vigorously and enjoys competitive games and physical rough-and-tumble activities. Athletics and/or physical activities have great appeal for him. Jiddu Krishnamurti takes the initiative in sports and also in romantic relationships: he is ardent in pursuing anything he desires.
Jiddu Krishnamurti has a positive, "can-do" attitude and he tackles life's challenges with relish. He is self-confident and has a strong will to succeed, to see how much he can do and how far he can go. No matter what Krishnamurti accomplishes, he does not rest on your laurels. Jiddu wants to keep on going, to do even bigger things. He is forward-looking, enterprising, and enthusiastic about new projects. He is not happy in situations that do not offer him challenges and the potential for growth and expansion in the future - no matter how secure or satisfactory they may be in other respects. He enjoys competition, but Jiddu Krishnamurti competes mostly with himself, to see how much of his vision and potential he can really achieve. He makes a good leader, inspiring courage and confidence in others. Jiddu Krishnamurti usually enjoys good health and high vitality.
He is likely to feel depressed frequently and has a strong desire to overcome it, but may not be able to count on much support from others. Jiddu Krishnamurti tends to separate himself from others and he feels like being expelled from society.
Jiddu Krishnamurti 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. Jiddu 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 Jiddu's life.
His ambitions and long-range goals in life are apt to be personal, subjective, and related to inner development or inner satisfaction. Others' recognition or accomplishing something great in material or public terms is quite secondary to Jiddu.
A great deal of Krishnamurti's energy, attention, and fulfillment may be related to home, family, or fulfilling his heritage in some manner.
His ambition and/or role in life involve communication, message-carrying, writing or speaking, languages, or being an intermediary. Sometimes Jiddu Krishnamurti is apt to feels that he has to work harder than others to get the word out or receive public recognition. "Work smarter, not harder" should be his motto.
Sometimes his emotional or romantic interests detract Jiddu Krishnamurti from his professional progress and the achievement of his long-range goals. Friendship with colleagues and especially superiors may be lacking, or prove to be a detriment to Krishnamurti in a roundabout way. It seems that Jiddu must choose either business or pleasure - work or love. These two arenas simply do not go together very well for him.
Jiddu has confidence in himself and a healthy self-assured attitude. He makes up his own mind and has a clear idea of where he is headed. Jiddu Krishnamurti does not feel the need for recognition from others, but is likely to receive recognition anyway.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Cancer
Mars in 5th house
Mars Conjunct Jupiter
Mars Opposition Saturn/N. Node
Jupiter Trine Saturn
Sun Opposition MC
Mercury Opposition MC
Venus Quincunx MC
MC Opposition Sun/Mercury