drive and ambition
Charles Jeanneret is proud and ambitious and he strives to excel, stand out and be recognized for who and what he is. Le Corbusier has a very dominant ego and likes to be Number One. Le Corbusier finds it difficult to take orders from others or to stay in the background, and he hates being wrong; Le Corbusier always insists that he is right!
He is forceful, strong, energetic, determined and highly competitive. Le Corbusier plays hard, plays to win and does not give up easily. In fact, he sees life as a competitive sport or performance. Le Corbusier loves admiration and applause, and he has a strong sense of personal honor and integrity. Le Corbusier tends to be very self-confident, even arrogant. Because of his self-confidence, Le Corbusier is able to accomplish a great deal, but if his confidence is ever undermined, Le Corbusier becomes self-conscious, defensive and rather belligerent.
It is not easy for Le Corbusier to show the world at large his angry or competitive side, but his family sees this side of his more often. Temper tantrums, tumultuous family relationships, or a great deal of competition between Charles Jeanneret and one or more of his relations is likely. Le Corbusier likes to be the one in charge in his home and he puts a lot of energy into making it the way he wants it.
Ordinary life often seems drab and uninteresting to Le Corbusier and he must have something that stirs his imagination - a vision or ideal or dream to motivate him. Le Corbusier has a strong urge to act out his fantasies or to live his dream, and Le Corbusier will act where others merely talk or dream. Artistic creation, drama or other areas in which Charles Jeanneret can express himself imaginatively are excellent for him.
Work that only serves his own narrow personal interests does not satisfy Le Corbusier. He may lack the competitive edge, the fighting spirit, the "me first" attitude that is often required for material advancement and success. He also tends to either overestimate or underestimate his own power and abilities.
His communication is likely to be clear and concise and Le Corbusier expresses himself in a way that is easily understood. Charles Jeanneret stands up for his rights and tells people how he feels about things, but may find it difficult to compromise.
He is capable of overcoming tremendous odds, and of enormous self-discipline and focus. When Le Corbusier sets his sights on achieving something or is presented with a thorny challenge, it is his capacity for eliminating the superfluous, getting along with very little, and riding through tough times that enables Le Corbusier to triumph eventually.
Sometimes his emotional or romantic interests detract Le Corbusier 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 Charles Jeanneret in a roundabout way. It seems that Le Corbusier must choose either business or pleasure - work or love. These two arenas simply do not go together very well for him.
Le Corbusier has the ability to unite his own individuality with his community and considers other people's feelings as important as his. Charles Jeanneret works with others in successful cooperation and harmony and is a very good partner or colleague.
A big dreamer, Le Corbusier loves comfort and is likely to promote human welfare. But Charles Jeanneret could be somewhat of a fortune-hunter, likes to speculate, and has a tendency to squander his money. Le Corbusier is always hopeful and does not take life too seriously.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Leo
Mars in 4th house
Mars Square Neptune
Mars Conjunct Mercury/Asc.
Saturn Sextile Pluto
Venus Quincunx MC
MC Opposition Mars/N. Node
MC Opposition Jupiter/Neptune