Robert F. Kennedy
approach to life and appearances
The following is a description of Robert's basic stance toward life, the way others see him, the way Robert F. Kennedy comes across, the face he shows to the world. In the page about motivation you will read about the inner Robert F. Kennedy - his real motivation, which describes the kind of person he is at heart and where his true priorities lie. Study this page and the next one and compare them - there may be significant differences between the two, in which case "the inner Robert F. Kennedy" may not shine through and others may be in for so a few surprises once they get to know Robert a little better. This page describes the disguise Bobby Kennedy wears, his role in life, while the page about motivation talks about the real person beneath the disguise.
Robert F. Kennedy has a sensible and realistic outlook on life and his two feet are always planted firmly on the ground (though he may, on occasion, have his head in the clouds). Others often see Bobby Kennedy as a rock of strength, solid, reliable, dependable, and constant. He is, in fact, amazingly consistent for he possesses great powers of endurance and does not like to make changes or adjustments to his regular routine. Robert does things deliberately and methodically and does not easily accommodate the unexpected. Though he has a gentle, even soft, appearance, Robert F. Kennedy is enormously strong-willed and stubborn. He follows his own pace and refuses to be rushed or pushed into anything before he feels sure about it. Bobby Kennedy can be coaxed and persuaded by charm, beauty, love or affection - but never forced. He will not fight either, but simply stubbornly resist any attempt at being coerced into doing something he does not want to do.
When Bobby Kennedy has a purpose, he is extremely fixed, immovable, and bullheaded about it. His obstinacy is often infuriating to others, especially since it takes much provocation to make him flare up or respond to their anger. Robert F. Kennedy appears calm, unruffled, and unemotional most of the time, but behind his easygoing and peaceable appearance there lies great strength. When it comes to a contest of wills, Robert often wins simply due to his relentless persistence and his ability to outlast just about anyone. Another reason for his reluctance to make changes is his very strong need for security. Robert is most comfortable in stable, relatively unchanging conditions and he also has a strong desire for tangible security - a home of his own, money in the bank, job security, etc. The flip side of Bobby Kennedy's hankering for permanence is that he easily gets caught up in a rut and will stay in a familiar situation (e.g. job, marriage) long after it has lost its vitality and interest.
Robert F. Kennedy has a keen appreciation of the natural world and he derives great joy from the down-to-earth comforts of the physical world, with its myriad of delights. He is quite sensual in a very natural, wholesome way and he knows how to enjoy himself. Bobby Kennedy is appealing to the opposite sex in an earthy way. He is also a great lover of beauty and his tastes are basically conventional or classic - not modern.
He may be seen as someone who provokes conflict because Robert F. Kennedy likes to get everything out in the open and he generally does not avoid disagreeable issues. His relationships with others may be characterized by a great deal of competition, anger, or friction as a result. Or, Bobby Kennedy may seem to run into more than his share of inconsiderate, pushy people. Learning to harness his energies into cooperative efforts and shared work is Bobby Kennedy's challenge.
Robert F. Kennedy seems to enjoy projecting himself differently to others than he really is, giving them a false impression of himself. He is inclined to associate with odd and peculiar people and is likely to have very strange romantic relationships.
Robert F. Kennedy seems to float between the worlds and prefers to live in a world of illusion rather than reality. Somewhat insecure and uncertain, he may try to avoid responsibility. His ideas tend to be a bit strange and Robert F. Kennedy should guard against pursuing the wrong objectives.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars Opposition Asc.
Asc. Opposition Venus/Neptune
Asc. Opposition Neptune/MC