Tenderhearted and sympathetic to an unusual degree, John Boswell has an understanding of other people's feelings and needs which borders on telepathy. John Boswell is extremely compassionate and cannot bear to see any fellow creature - human or animal - suffer. Because of his kindness and nonjudgmental attitude, people suffering from pain or confusion are drawn to Boswell for help, which he readily gives. Sometimes Boswell's soft-heartedness is taken advantage of.
He is a gentle, poetic soul and has a great love and affinity for music. Because many of his feelings are vague and he cannot easily verbalize how he experiences life, music seems a natural language for Boswell. He is also extremely romantic and often "in love with love".
Boswell depends a great deal upon other people for emotional support and he has a large "family" of friends who care about him and treat him as kin. The women in John's life are particularly important to him, and his relationships with them have a powerful impact on his sense of security and happiness. John Boswell may be overly dependent and unsure of himself without a close partner.
John Boswell feels that he must always be doing something, and he becomes impatient and irritable if he has to slow down or wait for anything. A stormy home life may be the result of his own tendency to fight for what he wants, rather than compromise. John may not realize how competitive he is.
Although John Boswell was portrayed above as being assertive and combative, he also has a diametrically opposed tendency - namely the urge to escape all contention and ugliness. This may mellow John's fiery reactions somewhat, or he may seesaw between the two. His softer side is described in the following paragraphs.
Highly sensitive and rather easily taken in, John Boswell needs to beware of deceiving himself and allowing others to take advantage of his impressionability or gentleness. Daydreaming, fantasizing or other forms of imaginative, escapist behavior (such as watching television excessively or living his life through romance novels) could be something of an addiction for Boswell. John Boswell tends to confuse images with reality and needs to learn to be more circumspect and discriminating. Disenchantment with women and close relationships could ensue as a result.
John has an optimistic outlook, good intuition and the ability to find and use opportunities to his advantage. His quick understanding of things allows John Boswell to see beyond ordinary limits, and he has the courage to exploit unexpected breaks.
John Boswell tends to be a bit pessimistic and is inclined to feel emotional depressed a lot. John may feel like withdrawing from everything, but should try to listen to others' point of view in order to balance his overly pessimistic views.
He is open and unconventional in his attitude towards love relationships, romance and sex. He enjoys socializing, bringing people together and having many friends of both sexes. John Boswell values friendship very highly and in fact, he is more comfortable being a friend than a lover. John desires an intellectual rapport or spiritual bond with his love partner, but deep intimacy and emotional bonding do not come easily to him. The traditional "husband" and "wife" roles do not appeal to Boswell, and he abhors jealousy and possessiveness since he feels that no person truly "belongs" to another. John Boswell appreciates relationships in which his love partner allows him plenty of freedom and is not very emotionally demanding.
When he cares about someone, John Boswell likes to show his affection with small favors or tangible gestures.
John Boswell also has considerable artistic or creative skill. In fact, John is suited for a profession involving beauty or pleasure or making people happy in one form or another.
He is open and progressive in his attitude towards love relationships and romance, and spontaneous and free in the way he expresses his love. John Boswell is always willing to experiment and try anything new that his partner suggests, and he enjoys being surprised. A relationship in which both John and his partner have a good deal of freedom and independence will hold Boswell's interest much more than a safe, predictable one.
His association with those around he may have a depressing influence on John Boswell causing him to shy away from relationships of any kind. Finding it difficult to express himself emotionally, he is quite likely to become a loner.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Pisces
Moon in 7th house
Moon Conjunct Mars
Moon aspects Mars and Neptune
Moon Quincunx Neptune
Moon Opposition Jupiter/Uranus
Moon Opposition Saturn/Neptune
Venus in Aquarius
Venus in 6th house
Venus Trine Uranus
Venus Opposition Saturn/Asc.