Ascendant Aquarius

His salient personality is provided by a constant creative and inspiring flow. 

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Idealist Aquarius is characterized by his bright mind and creative spirit. He develops many ideas to create and improve his environment. He accompanies actively what occurs and hopes to counteract stagnation – but most of the time his plans could fail because he dislikes to assume responsibility.

Ascendant Aquarius attaches identity and frank self-development. He dislikes being just one among many others and does not believe in a rigid system and structure. Certainly he has the attitude that particular rules have to be renewed regularly. Rank systems are not taken as their priority. They dislike subordinate themselves and would not expect it from others. Caused by their way of perception and intuition their built their self-concepts. He looks from a distant point of view sometimes and formed new concepts of independence and change.

Positive characteristics:

Firm, vigorous, energetic, frank, independent, unconventional, progressive, enthusiastic, creative, philanthropic, idealistic, innovative, individual, witty, intellectual, stimulating.

Negative aspects:

Unstable, objectless, neurotic, confused, extravagant, dissolute, hedonistic, excessive, complicated, immoral, obstinate, revolting, reserved, noncommittal.

They associate with others in a friendly way - they appear friendly and open minded – in some cases they prefer being non-committal. Aquarius actually is in fear to lose his independence and individuality. He easily feels restricted and boxed in. By the way when he feels like that he would withdraw from one another.

Within his relationship it is rather hard for him as well to engage a long-term commitment. But if to him is given enough personal space and freedom ascendant Aquarius would develop as a faithful and likeable partner. Ascendant in Aquarius was given descendant in Leo. So in Aquarius course of life he learns to direct his attention to permanence and responsibility – guided by his very own interest in creativity.

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