drive and ambition
Sigmund Freud seesaws between being too pushy, confrontational and insistent on doing things his way, and being too eager to please, without a clear, definite goal of his own. Sigmund Freud strives for a balance between acting independently and assertively - and working cooperatively and interdependently with others. He may feel frustrated at times that he cannot simply do what HE wants and that he must always accommodate the needs and desires of others. Or he may feel hesitant to act in a positive, assertive manner if he does not have the support and approval of other people. Either way, he is not a loner. Sigmund Freud achieves his goals by collaborating and joining forces with others, by being a team player. He is very concerned with the concept of fairness and becomes quite indignant and vocal if he senses someone is being taken advantage of. Sigmund Freud avoids extremism and favors a balanced, moderate approach to living. He is unlikely to push himself too hard or to become fanatically driven to reach his goals.
He is a team player and works well in collaboration with others who share his goals, ideals, and intentions. Sigmund Freud can coordinate group efforts and inspire people to work toward a shared goal.
Team sports are also a lot of fun for Sigmund, and he could be a leader, coach, or director of any group endeavor.
Sigmund Freud has an adventurous, entrepreneurial spirit and the instincts to achieve major success. Competition and rivalry spur Sigmund Freud on to do his best and push past his limits. He enjoys taking initiative and has positive expectations that generate positive results. At times, however, Sigmund Freud is overconfident, cocky and vainglorious. Sports and business are both suitable arenas for Freud.
He is intensely willful and can create trouble for himself by rather unconsciously forging ahead, without realizing that he is trampling over people. Sometimes, if Sigmund Freud cannot get what he wants directly, he will try to dominate, manipulate, or seek power in a covert, subtle sort of way.
Sigmund Freud really wants to leave his mark on the world in some way, to achieve stature and recognition for his contributions, and he is not willing to take a back seat - at least not for very long. In order to achieve his aims, though, Sigmund Freud will have to compromise and "give" more than he may be willing to. Thus, conflicts with others, particularly important men in his life, may arise. To accomplish his goals, Sigmund may have to put aside some of his self-centeredness, and learn from these men! However, Sigmund Freud may also be required at some point to make a break in order to stand on his own and fulfill his own destiny.
His drives and ambitions in life may seem crazy or eccentric to the more conservative people Sigmund knows. There may well be no security or safety net (no retirement pension, no insurance benefits) in the work Sigmund Freud does. He is suited for freelancing, or professions that involve lots of change, innovation, variety, irregular schedules, and the like. Sigmund Freud should expect the unexpected and numerous ups and downs in the course of his life. He may change course often, and try many different things.
His professional goals and long-range ambitions may be vague and difficult for Sigmund Freud to define for quite a long time. This is partly due to the fact that they are not very conventional, concrete, or worldly. Sigmund is apt to have more of a spiritual vocation or calling. Healing, counseling, the ministry, music, art - or some combination thereof - may well be part of his role in life. On the other hand, Sigmund Freud may simply be confused and seemingly not ambitious at all in the professional realm.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Libra
Mars in 11th house
Mars Opposition Jupiter
Mars Quincunx Pluto
Sun Square MC
Uranus Square MC
Neptune Quincunx MC