mental interests and abilities
Clear, objective and realistic, he is unimpressed by exaggerated claims or promises. Paul Stanley insists on being shown the facts behind any statement he hears, and his natural skepticism often borders on cynicism. Stanley approaches problems clearly and rationally and maintains his poise and objectivity even in the midst of critical situations. Anyone seeking Stanley's advice is certain to get an unemotional and unbiased assessment of their situation, and Paul - therefore - makes a good arbitrator or judge. He is thorough, conscientious and disciplined in his thinking, and has an aptitude for business, organization and administration. Paul Stanley is also a good strategist, and he will plan and patiently follow a realistic course which will lead to his eventual success. Serious-minded and studious, Stanley enjoys quiet time alone for thinking or reading.
Paul has an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and wisdom, and for an increasingly broad understanding of life. Paul Stanley is the perpetual student who will be involved in higher education, philosophy or religion. Law, broadcasting, publishing or communication are also areas of interest to Stanley. World travel and studying other cultures are also strong urges of his.
Paul Stanley has an abundance of ideas, interests, and plans for the future, and may find it difficult to focus on any single area. He is not a specialist for he seeks a broad overview; he wants a glance of the whole picture rather than a close scrutiny of its components. Philosophy, religion or other areas of theoretical speculation interest him.
He also possesses foresight, numerous enterprising ideas and a gambling instinct - all of which contribute to his success in the business world. However, Stanley's optimism and grand vision can also get him into trouble. Paul Stanley sometimes promises more than he can deliver, glosses over important details that come back to haunt him later, and overestimates the potential of an idea or product.
Traveling is a great love of Stanley's, especially if there is a mind-expanding or educational aspect involved, and Paul Stanley may travel extensively in his work. Consulting or education would be ideal fields for him.
Although broadminded and interested in the philosophical or long-range implications of any plan (as mentioned earlier), Stanley's mind is clear and practical as well. His wide-ranging ideas and interests are grounded by a sense of realism and order. At times Paul Stanley may seesaw between his optimism and sense of broader possibilities, and his skepticism and need for facts and tangible proof.
Paul Stanley has an aptitude for solving difficult mental problems due to his careful, methodical approach, attention to detail and tenacity in following a matter through to its conclusion. Paul Stanley has well-honed powers of concentration and enjoys studying and thinking in solitude. Stanley can get entirely wrapped up in his own thoughts and completely engrossed in a minor detail. He is slow and cautious, but extremely thorough in his work. Conservative and somewhat of a skeptic, he may be narrow-minded or closed to any idea that has no concrete proof or scientific verification. He prefers dealing with facts rather than abstract speculation. Paul Stanley may also be distrustful or fearful of anything he cannot understand with his rational mind. He is well-suited to work in research or any field that requires careful study and thought.
Stanley will notice that the description below contradicts some of the statements made in the previous paragraphs. So far, Paul Stanley's thinking was depicted as careful, conservative, methodical and possibly narrow or rigid, while the following information defines his mind as quick and innovative. Both are true! Paul Stanley incorporates both ways of thinking - the inspired-inventive and the deductive-ordered. Here is a description of the more free-flowing aspect:
Paul Stanley has a brilliant, inventive mind, and Stanley's sudden flashes of insight and clear perception enable him to grasp concepts very quickly. At times Stanley's mind flits from one subject to the next so rapidly that Paul Stanley cannot thoroughly digest any of them. Paul gets bored and restless, and intellectually rebels against too much tedium. He may be abrupt and impatient with people who plan and plod along, because Paul Stanley likes to be open to inspiration and spontaneous. Stanley could invent or discover something truly original, unique or unheard of.
Paul Stanley has a charming disposition and loves to socialize and meet new people. Stanley also likes to be surrounded by beautiful things and likes to talk to others about his views on love relationships problems as well as his views on beauty, fashion and art in general.
His thoughts tend to go along artistic lines and he may very well pursue some kind of art as a hobby. In love relationships, Paul Stanley has a sympathetic understanding of his partner's desire for affection and he seems to be able to read their wishes from their viewpoint.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Capricorn
Mercury in 9th house
Mercury Square Jupiter
Mercury aspects Jupiter and Saturn
Mercury Square Saturn
Mercury aspects Saturn and Uranus
Mercury Opposition Uranus
Mercury Conjunct Sun/Venus
Mercury Conjunct Venus/MC