originality and imagination
Areas Where John Dewey is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
Dewey needs a lot of freedom in his close one-to-one relationships and he may experiment with nontraditional forms of relationships. When it comes to marriage or personal relationships John Dewey rebels against conventions and restrictions, and he is likely to choose a highly unusual, eccentric, or unconventional partner.
Daydreaming, lack of concentration, and inattention to his surroundings can be problems for John Dewey. His mind tends to wander unless he is using it in an imaginative, creative way. Dry facts and cold logic hold no appeal for John, and unless a subject has a colorful or personally inspiring element, John Dewey will not stick with it for long. Dewey has a sensitive, intuitive bent.
John has very strong creative forces and whatever he does, he wants to do to the fullest. In love relationships and romance, John Dewey gets totally, passionately, even obsessively involved. In other forms of creative release and self-expression, Dewey is also very driven and he has a deep need to prove himself. His desire for personal recognition is compelling, and if John Dewey does not achieve creative success, he may try to force his children to fulfill his dreams for him.
He is able to organize activities well and to seek active cooperation with others. Some of Dewey's meetings could occur suddenly, or he may unexpectedly start to work on a project with others. At times John Dewey could also have joint upsets or anxieties.
A bit impulsive, excited and restless, John Dewey is apt to create a disturbing effect on his community. Changing from one thought to another, he constantly supplies others with a lot of new ideas to be implemented.
John Dewey tends to underestimate his ability to succeed and is often unable to follow through on his intentions. He is quick to resign, easily drained and should guard against depression and negative mental, emotional or physical reactions.
Dewey tends to be guided by his feelings and he gets distracted easily. He has a very active imagination and is inclined to be too trusting. Idealizing others, John Dewey may often delude himself, but he could also be deceived or disappointed by others.
John Dewey tends to be subject to changes of mood, feeling great joy one moment, and deeply depressed the next. Very impressionable, Dewey has a tendency to be easily tempted or seduced. His feelings of love are apt to be somewhat misguided or misdirected.
John Dewey tends to have feelings of defeat and weariness and that he is unable to succeed. Dewey could be excessively concerned about himself and may think that what he is doing is worthless and pointless.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 7th house
Neptune in 3rd house
Pluto in 5th house
Uranus Opposition Mars/N. Node
Uranus Opposition N. Node/MC
Neptune Opposition Sun/Saturn
Neptune Opposition Moon/Mercury
Neptune Opposition Moon/Venus
Neptune Opposition Mars/MC