originality and imagination
Areas Where Sigmund Freud is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
Freud needs a lot of freedom in his close one-to-one relationships and he may experiment with nontraditional forms of relationships. When it comes to marriage or personal relationships Sigmund Freud rebels against conventions and restrictions, and he is likely to choose a highly unusual, eccentric, or unconventional partner.
His childhood and early home life were colored by a great deal of confusion or by people with unusually active imaginations, aspirations, or fantasies. It is difficult for Sigmund Freud to see his childhood and his relationships with his parents in a clear, realistic light. Sigmund may search for the ideal, loving home he wishes he had, or believe he had, when he was a child. Finding inner peace and a sense of emotional security within himself is important to Freud.
Sigmund can become obsessed with his health, self-improvement and personal development. The psychological elements of disease interest him, and Sigmund Freud may endlessly psychoanalyze himself and others.
Also, he may work compulsively and exhaust himself through overwork. Sigmund Freud can be a tyrant with co-workers, and it may be easier for Sigmund to work in solitude.
He is mentally alive and tends to think and speak hastily. At times he may start out with one idea but then wind up with something completely different. Sigmund Freud has a natural talent for mathematics, science, technology and certain branches of the occult.
He is cheerful, optimistic and enthusiastic and able to establish relationships with others quickly. No matter where he is, Sigmund Freud seems to be at ease and feel at home immediately. Sigmund may have had a frequent change of care-takers in his early childhood.
He is a bit restless and is likely to join groups or associations to release the excitability he feels. Sigmund Freud can attract attention and has the ability to stimulate groups as well as challenge them.
He is inclined to dominate people and to use or manipulate others for his own ends. Sigmund Freud has a strong need to be in control in his relationships and to exercise influence over others. Sigmund Freud also has a desire to achieve record performances in groups he may be involved with.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 7th house
Neptune in 4th house
Pluto in 6th house
Uranus Conjunct Sun/Mercury
Uranus Conjunct Moon/Venus
Uranus Conjunct Moon/N. Node
Pluto Conjunct Sun/N. Node