You have a dual nature. On the one hand, you have an instinctive side that is related to your material desires and inspires you with supreme strength and intense material desires. On the other hand, you have a higher psychic authority, the superego or human ideal, that inspires you with a precise awareness of your purpose and dignity as a human being among your fellows. The distinctiveness, if not the opposition, between these two tendencies is likely to trouble your quest for inner harmony at times. However, the difficulty you must overcome is not limited to a conflict between these two natures. Instead, you must choose which direction the energy generated by the contradiction will take. In other words, in more practical terms, if you identify with the power residing in society and the complex interactions of human beings, you can find one goal, one direction in which the power can lead. The positive side of this nature is the cohesive and all-encompassing understanding you derive from it. In daily life, you could be a resourceful and valuable organizer, designer, leader, or legislator. In fact, you have the native skills necessary for managing and leading a team of co-workers. The coherence of your thought is apt to enable you to budget and organize human energies for maximum profit and minimum loss. Overlooking from the outset trivial details and a tendency to be unable to see the forest for the trees, you can implement global, methodical systems and structures to solve problems. On another level, you have a nature profoundly attached to morality and ethics. You conceive of ethics as a practical system for human relations, not an idealistic and unattainable dream. Indeed, it should be noted that it is inexact to call you an idealist. If you seek an ideal, it is based on what already exists, by organizing it and putting it into practice, by seeing it operate smoothly and efficiently. Your originality comes from the fact that you always strive to go beyond common sense in search of a new perspective, which would enrich the spirit and transform values. All of these skills and resources predispose you to devote yourself to society. In the process, however, you are likely to overdo it to such a degree that your own personality is overshadowed. That is, you would identify too heavily with your social mask (your persona) and lose awareness of your individuality.
Daniel Davis needs movement. He is a talented communicator.
Daniel Davis’ personality develops mainly in the shelter of the home. He is attached to his family, his heritage, and his past.
At the time of your birth, your rising sign was located in Aquarius (the Water Bearer), while the sun was passing through the sign of Sagittarius (the Archer). A summary of the various clues mentioned above provides your personality profile. The following key words capture the essence of your character and indicate certain contradictions which may be sources of tension: Independence – Impetuosity – Rebelliousness – Enthusiasm – Originality – Group spirit – Fluctuation – Impressionability – Irritability – Analytical mind – Inventive spirit – Worldliness – Sense of paradox – Projection.
You are impulsively and dynamically independent, dreaming of faraway adventures and discovering novelty in every sphere. You are always surprised when your idealistic goals do not always elicit everyone’s interest, and at times, you feel misunderstood. Your fields of expression should be moral, so political philosophy, applied psychology, sociology, teaching, etc. would be great fits.
Born in the seven to ten days after the full moon rose, Daniel Davis is of the “last quarter” lunar type. As a result, his personality is fairly independent and self-sufficient. His ideas are original and often bold, but, to his dismay, do not often garner a majority of followers. His sense of humor is his best communications tool, but he often switches to a more severe tone which breaks his charm over his audience, and his methods do not always please the masses. His lack of flexibility hinders his strategies and projects, and he would gain by developing his sense of diplomacy and tact. Although he is not unduly attached to success, because he is so used to being ahead of his time, his failures take a psychological toll on him. Because each setback wears him down a little more, he should try to avoid further disappointments by conforming to contemporary reality a little more closely.