Open and generous, Pablo Picasso enjoys a wide circle of friends and acquaintances and he thrives on sociability and fellowship. He is adventurous, playful, freedom-loving, and always ready for a good time. Picasso rarely allows obstacles or difficulties to keep him down, for no matter how bleak the past or present, Pablo always expects a better, brighter future. In fact, he is uncomfortable with his own or other people's problems and emotional pain. Pablo Picasso often tries to "cheer up" or offer philosophical advice to those who are hurting, but he unwittingly avoids or ignores the emotions involved.
Friendship means a great deal to Picasso, perhaps even more than love relationships or romance. For Pablo Picasso to be happy, his mate must be his best friend and encourage Pablo's aspirations and ideals. Pablo Picasso also needs a great deal of emotional freedom and mobility.
He is emotionally expressive and often dramatizes his feelings, acting them out or blowing them out of proportion. Pablo Picasso cannot hide his instinctive emotional reactions to people or situations, and he does not make any pretenses about his personal sympathies or antipathies.
Pablo Picasso has a childlike openness and playfulness which is very appealing to others, but which sometimes gets him into trouble, as Pablo takes risks on impulse or whim.
Pablo Picasso genuinely appreciates and understands women, and is likely to have many female friends, a network of women who love and support him. It is relatively easy for Pablo Picasso to attract companionship and affection, and there will never be a lack of such relationships in his life. Children are very important to Picasso also.
Picasso can be hard to get close to. Subconsciously he may feel that too much closeness in his relationships will interfere with doing what he needs to do and being his own person, so Pablo Picasso puts up subtle walls and distance himself when someone begins to want more of him than he can comfortably give. However, Picasso may cut off sources of emotional nourishment and support that way, and end up feeling alone and lonely. Pablo Picasso might even develop digestive problems. Overcoming his fears of intimacy, while at the same time affirming and acting on his autonomous needs, is the challenge here.
Pablo Picasso possesses the gifts of tact, courtesy, consideration, and a strong desire to please and understand his love partner. Because he values harmony so much, Pablo Picasso will compromise a great deal to avoid any discord or conflict in his relationships. Pablo does not like to dwell on controversial or emotionally difficult subjects, and often tries to "smooth things over" or "sweep them under the rug".
In love relationships, Pablo Picasso wants an intellectual peer, an equal, and a friend. He is attracted to people who have a certain finesse, delicacy, and subtlety. Pablo Picasso appreciates good manners and refinement and is not happy with a coarse, blunt type of person.
Beautiful, elegant, and harmonious surroundings are very important to Pablo Picasso, and he has an innate sense of style, design, and form. Socially, also, good form and politeness are important to Picasso and he instinctively avoids crudeness and dissonance.
He enjoys talking about love, relationships, art and the beautiful side of life. Pablo Picasso appreciates artistic people.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Sagittarius
Moon in 5th house
Moon Sextile Venus
Moon Quincunx Saturn
Venus in Libra
Venus in 3rd house