Behind Wright's proud and magnanimous demeanor (as described on the previous page) lies a real go-getter. Others feel that he is rather narcissistic. Wilbur Wright should strive to always be aware of others' needs and concerns to prove this criticism wrong!
He is a person who thrives on challenge, and he often feels that he must battle his way through life, relying on no one and nothing but his own strength, intelligence and courage. Wilbur Wright believes in being totally honest, true to himself and his own vision and convictions, even if it means standing alone. Honesty, integrity, personal honor and authenticity are Wright's gods, and he has no sympathy for weakness of character in others.
Wilbur Wright craves the freedom to do things in his own way, and he works very well independently. Cooperating with others or carrying out another's will is not his style. Wilbur likes to be the chief - or to go it alone.
Wilbur Wright loves action and if others are settling down into a nice, comfortable little rut, then he is always ready to stir things up, do something new, make changes and introduce some fresh blood. Routine and sameness are tantamount to death for him. He is not afraid of trying something that has never been done before, and even though he may sometimes be perceived as a fool, Wilbur Wright also discovers, invents and initiates things that others will later emulate. Taking risks and following his own star are the breath of life for Wright, and he wilts (or gets very frustrated and angry) if he cannot do this.
He is spontaneous, impulsive, direct, enthusiastic and assertive. Wilbur Wright believes in the power of positive thinking and positive action, and he perceives himself as a strong, even invincible, person. Wilbur Wright hates being ill or in a position of dependency. Accepting his own human limitations and emotional needs is often difficult for him.
He is basically aggressive in his attitudes and less adept at relating to others, picking up on subtle messages and nuances, listening, nurturing and harmonizing. He is often so fired up about his own projects or goals that he inadvertently runs over or ignores other people's feelings and interests. Being receptive and appreciative of others' contributions, ideas and feelings would be highly instrumental in improving Wright's relationships. His impatience to get on with things causes Wilbur Wright to be rather insensitive, thereby alienating others unnecessarily. He also frequently tries to accomplish his goals through anger or temper tantrums. Wilbur Wright would gain much by learning to slow down, relax and sometimes just let things be, however his energetic, restless nature rarely allows Wilbur Wright to do so.
World travel, foreign cultures, and studies which expand his intellectual horizons and broaden his understanding of the world are very attractive to Wright.
Wilbur Wright has a philosophical turn of mind and is concerned with seeking answers to the big questions of life or getting the overview of any situation. Abstract concepts and/or plans for the future occupy his mind much of the time.
He is direct, energetic, sometimes aggressive and combative. Wilbur Wright often feels that he needs to fight to get what he wants, and he tends to have a "me-first" attitude that angers or irritates others. He is hasty, restless, impatient and sometimes reckless.
He keeps his feelings well under control, but is inclined to feel inferior and insecure. Wright displays a cool and reserved manner and tries to hide his inner discontentment. Wilbur Wright also has a tendency to cling to the past.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Leo and Sun in Aries
Sun in Aries
Sun in 9th house
Sun Square Mars
Sun Opposition Moon/Saturn