drive and ambition
Nixon is aspiring, enterprising and forever following a bright and distant star, planning some new venture or investigating new potential. He is definitely "upwardly mobile" in either a material or spiritual sense. Richard Nixon aims high and is not content with a mere quiet, secure existence. Richard likes to stretch his limits, see how far he can go and take risks. He is a positive thinker, expects success for himself, and is philosophical about failures. Nixon is flexible and he bounces back from disappointments rather quickly, usually with another hopeful new idea he wants to try. His enthusiasm and confidence are contagious and enable Richard Nixon to enlist the aid and support he needs for his projects. However, Richard Nixon sometimes promises more than he can actually achieve, because he is overly optimistic or pays insufficient attention to the practicalities involved.
He also tends to get distracted and to have too many things going on at once. Although it is very difficult for him, there are times when Richard Nixon simply must cultivate commitment, perseverance and persistence in order to make his dreams and goals reality. Too often Richard Nixon falls short of what he could attain because he is unwilling to persist through the difficult or less exciting times.
Richard Nixon also enjoys competition and usually does not take it too seriously. Sports and entrepreneurial endeavors are good ways to channel Richard's energy.
It is not easy for Richard Nixon 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 Nixon and one or more of his relations is likely. Richard Nixon 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.
Richard Nixon has a positive, "can-do" attitude and he tackles life's challenges with relish. He is self-confident and has a strong will to succeed, to see how much he can do and how far he can go. No matter what Nixon accomplishes, he does not rest on his laurels. Richard wants to keep on going, to do even bigger things. He is proactive, enterprising and enthusiastic about new projects. He is not happy in situations that do not offer him challenges and the potential for future growth - no matter how secure or satisfactory they may seem in other respects. He enjoys competition, but Richard Nixon competes mostly with himself, to see how much of his vision and potential he can really achieve. He makes a good leader, inspiring courage and confidence in others. Richard Nixon usually enjoys good health and a high level of vitality.
Although enterprising and proactive, Richard Nixon is also capable of ample much self-discipline, patience and effort. He may swing from confidence and trust in the future to pessimism and doubt, when it comes to achieving his aims in life.
Nixon frequently meets a tremendous amount of resistance whenever he wants to assert himself in a decisive way, or do something just for himself. This resistance comes from within (in the form of self-doubt, fear, or a heavy sense of responsibility to others), as well as from practical and circumstantial limitations. Especially when initiating a project or acting independently, Richard Nixon may tell himself that he is not really prepared, or that he is not good enough (yet), and he puts a lot of pressure on himself. Despite the obstacles, setbacks, or lack of support he encounters, Richard Nixon can accomplish a lot in a patient, steady fashion. However, he is apt to aim too low, and not realize how much he is truly capable of.
Richard Nixon should try to recognize that he does not have to justify his existence or prove his worth by his accomplishments.
He is highly ambitious and will drive himself (and others) mercilessly when he wants to achieve something. Competition can become deadly serious and rather ugly where Nixon is concerned, as if his very life depended on winning or conquering. His relationships with men may be especially fraught with conflict and power struggles. He is capable of tremendous effort but Richard Nixon must beware of burnout.
Nixon is able to combine his vision with sharp perception and intellect, and therefore his actions are guided by common sense. Richard has great verbal ability and the gift of inserting his comments at the right time, but he may find it hard to stop talking.
Nixon is able to do his work and take responsibility for overcoming his own problems and challenges in life, while at the same time being open to spiritual comfort, aid and guidance. A good balance between being well-grounded and being receptive to spirit or the inner world is working in Richard's favor. Enjoying simplicity and cultivating peace enable Richard Nixon to evolve and to work through his challenges.
His career is apt to involve protecting, caring, and nurturing in some aspect. Home, family relationships, cherishing the past, continuing a tradition are also featured. Richard Nixon is apt to be quite popular through his profession or business.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Sagittarius
Mars in 4th house
Mars Conjunct Jupiter
Mars aspects Jupiter and Saturn
Mars Quincunx Saturn
Mars Opposition Pluto
Mars Conjunct Mercury/Jupiter
Saturn Sextile Neptune
Moon Trine MC