Open and generous, Yoko Ono enjoys a wide circle of friends and acquaintances and she thrives on sociability and fellowship. She is adventurous, playful, freedom loving, and always ready for a good time. Yoko rarely allows obstacles or difficulties to keep her down, for no matter how bleak the past or present, Ono always expects a better, brighter future. In fact, she is uncomfortable with her own or other people's problems and emotional pain. Yoko Ono often tries to "cheer up" or offer philosophical advice to those who are hurting, but she unwittingly avoids or ignores the emotions involved.
Friendship means a great deal to Yoko, perhaps even more than love relationships or romance. For Yoko Ono to be happy, her mate must be her best friend and encourage Ono's aspirations and ideals. Yoko Ono also needs a great deal of emotional freedom and mobility.
Yoko Ono often makes decisions solely for emotional or personal reasons, because something "feels right" or because she has always done it a certain way and she is uncomfortable changing it. Even when Yoko thinks she is being rational, her prejudices, intuitions, and feelings influence her thoughts a great deal. Ono is comfortable talking about feelings and personal subjects, and sharing confidences, which enables others to express their own inner feelings with her as well. Yoko Ono has good psychological insight into others.
She is temperamental and impatient and can be very difficult to live with. Yoko Ono tends to respond with a temper tantrum (overt or subtle) if her desires are frustrated. Yoko Ono becomes very irritable and bad-tempered if she lacks vigorous physical activity or other outlets for her aggressive, feisty spirit.
Yoko Ono genuinely appreciates and understands women, and is likely to have many female friends, a network of women who love and support her. It is relatively easy for Yoko Ono to attract companionship and affection, and there will never be a lack of such relationships in her life. Children are very important to Yoko also.
Although Yoko gets hot under the collar rather easily (as mentioned above), she also has a certain degree of emotional self-control and composure, which enable Yoko Ono to rein in some of her more aggressive tendencies. This side of her is described below.
She is dedicated to the people she cares about and conscientious about meeting her responsibilities, especially to family. Family solidarity and cohesiveness are very important to Yoko Ono and so, therefore, are the traditions, rituals, and memories that keep the bonds strong.
Yoko Ono is apt to do more than her fair share in the family, to go the extra mile, but for the most part this is satisfying rather than burdensome to her.
Although Yoko Ono was portrayed above as being assertive and combative, she also has a diametrically opposed tendency - namely the urge to escape all contention and ugliness. This may mellow Ono's fiery reactions somewhat, or she may seesaw between the two. Her softer side is described in the following paragraphs.
She is a dreamer who is attracted to the inner, mystical side of life, and may have trouble distinguishing the real from the imagined or illusory. Ono does not enjoy confrontation and becomes very evasive when problems in her personal life or relationships arise, and escapes into her imagination in order to avoid dealing with them directly. She is also rather gullible and naive about people, especially if her sympathy has been aroused. Yoko Ono is very sensitive to music and can use it to achieve emotional balance and harmony.
Her health should be good and her recuperative powers are strong. Yoko Ono is able to express her feelings harmoniously and she considers herself wealthy either on material or spiritual planes. She is well liked and her relationships with others are congenial.
Her thinking and acting are strongly influenced by her feelings. Ono has great mental energy, is somewhat restless, curious and impatient, and at times she may need to slow down. Yoko Ono loves debate and argument and also has good writing ability.
She is likely to be noted for her good looks and good taste in clothes. Yoko Ono is able to attract and influence others because she is so pleasant and so sincere in her approach. Having an innate parental instinct, Yoko also is strongly attached to her home and family.
Her attitude toward other people is very emotional and Yoko Ono feels a certain soul affinity with them. Ono has an inner need to express her feelings to others and is especially partial to groups where she can help to further their accomplishments.
She is open and unconventional in her attitude towards love relationships, romance and sex. She enjoys socializing, bringing people together and having many friends of both sexes. Yoko Ono values friendship very highly and in fact, she is more comfortable being a friend than a lover. Ono desires an intellectual rapport or spiritual bond with her love partner, but deep intimacy and emotional bonding do not come easily to her. The traditional "husband" and "wife" roles do not appeal to Yoko, and she abhors jealousy and possessiveness since she feels that no person truly "belongs" to another. Yoko Ono appreciates relationships in which her love partner allows her plenty of freedom and is not very emotionally demanding.
Yoko Ono loves romance and wishes that the honeymoon phase of her love relationships would last forever! Yoko needs dramatic romantic gestures and displays of affection from her partner, and she wants to feel very, very special, like a royalty, to her beloved. Yoko Ono also has an artistic flair and she enjoys creating art or beauty in some form.
There can be a lack of harmony or satisfaction in Yoko's romantic relationships - not necessarily a great deal of open conflict, but simply an underlying tension or discontent. This is because the people Yoko Ono finds likeable, lovable, and agreeable to she may not be at all attuned to her sexual tastes and needs. Another, more direct way of saying this is, the people Ono loves and the people Ono wants to make love with are very different from one another. Yoko Ono may be confused about what she really needs and wants in personal relationships. Yoko needs to acknowledge that she has some conflicting desires (such as a partner who is very gentle and sensitive but also a powerful, dominant personality, or security and commitment in love relationships but also a lot of freedom and excitement.) Trying to satisfy both sides of the equation can be a tricky challenge.
Intimacy does not come easily to Yoko Ono and she may appear cold or unfeeling to others due to her emotional reserve and caution. Perhaps due to painful relationships and separations in her early life, Yoko does not trust others very easily and it takes a long time to break down all of her barriers and defenses. She may feel that she has few friends or people that really care about her. Yoko Ono needs to learn to value and love herself more and to express her appreciation for others more openly.
Her feelings are very rich and Yoko Ono has an enormous capacity to express her love. She is very cordial and likely to experience happiness in love relationships. Yoko Ono may also have artistic aspirations or aims and could be very successful in some kind of artistic work.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Sagittarius
Moon in 3rd house
Moon Square Mars
Moon Sextile Venus
Moon aspects Mars and Saturn
Moon Sextile Saturn
Moon aspects Mars and Neptune
Moon Square Neptune
Moon Conjunct Sun/Jupiter
Moon Conjunct Mercury/Mars
Moon Conjunct Venus/Asc.
Moon Conjunct Mars/N. Node
Venus in Aquarius
Venus in 5th house
Venus Quincunx Mars
Venus Conjunct Saturn
Venus Opposition Jupiter/MC