Virgo Profile Snapshot

Virgo Astrology Profile Snapshot

David Linda onabreak IMG 2816 15 150x150 Virgo Profile SnapshotGoing forward, I will refer to the described Virgo Astrology profile (Virgo CType), for both men and women as he, his, or him. The reason for this is that all descriptions herein are of the Masculine Mind (astrology sun sign), which is the masculine aspect of each of us. When we refer to the Masculine Mind, we refer to the thinking mind, the part of us that thinks, talks, and reasons. Reading about a Virgo being described as he, his, or him can be confusing at times, especially when we are talking about a Virgo woman. It may feel as though we are talking about Virgo males only. We aren’t. Man or woman, herein we are talking about you, the masculine (thinking) aspect of you.

We look at the Masculine Mind, as opposed to the Feminine Mind, Authoritarian Mind, or Spiritual Mind, because the Masculine Mind is easiest to access and work with in enhancing Virgo relationships with others. For practical purposes, the training required to work with the other Astrological parts of the mind precludes them from general usefulness. Fear not. Working with the Virgo Masculine Mind is a powerful tool for understanding others and proactively creating and deepening Virgo relationships with self and others. Working with the Masculine Mind naturally opens up space for other parts of the mind to heal and grow. When Virgo Masculine Mind evolves and heals, so do his/her Feminine, Authoritarian, and Spiritual Minds. As Virgo CType men or women grow and heal, their relationships, both opposite or same sex, deepen and mature.

Virgo CType Principle:

It is very important to keep in mind that every Astrology profile (CType) gets in trouble in life when he or she does too much of his or her natural Astrology profile. Virgo Astrology profile creates problems for itself and in its relationships when he or she does too much Virgo. The solution to Virgo CType problems and the way Virgo grows personally and professionally is for Virgo to move toward its opposite, Pisces CType profile. The move to its opposite is difficult for all Astrology signs. However, it is the move toward our opposites that allows all human beings to grow and evolve holistically–mind, body and spirit. It is also the move to our opposite CType that allows us to heal and enhance our relationships with the most important people in our lives. The move to one’s opposite CType profile becomes a mastery—we become masters in creating the relationships of our dreams.

Let’s take a look at a snapshot of Virgo Masculine Mind Profile (astrology sun sign).

Virgo — The Balanced One, Inwardly Directed Will  - Aug. 23–Sept. 22 (opposite Pisces)

Virgo Profile Snapshot

1 Virgo3 300x300 Virgo Profile SnapshotVirgo is Inwardly Directed Will. Virgo Masculine Mind thus looks in to the Feminine Mind and exerts will or action over her. Virgo constantly tells the Feminine Mind to organize, to keep everything in order. However, his organizational approach is more like a librarian who shelves books precisely in catalog number order, than a bookstore owner, who arranges books with an eye toward the aesthetics of their presentation. Virgo wants complete power over his life and, above all, balance, with no one element or aspect being significantly more important than anything else. Virgo is like a cement egg: everything fits perfectly. And it is difficult to get inside a cement egg. So change is not easy for a Virgo mind, which tends to be resistant to new things. Virgo’s biggest fear is that something new will come into his life that will require rearranging everything within the egg to accommodate the change. For Virgo, accommodation means a perfect egg with all parts being equal again. Virgo doesn’t like things that stand out; he loves integrity, balance, self-containment, and control over what he knows and feels. Virgo will painstakingly protect his inner world from outside influences.

Virgo Masculine Mind has a tendency to experience himself as separate from the world. By virtue of this separateness, the world becomes what Virgo is thinking inside. Virgo has organized everything so he knows where every piece resides in a neatly arranged whole, Virgo’s own little universe, and the result is a very opinionated idea of what the world is. Virgo feels his isolation when a new piece of information from the outside is presented to him. Thus, Virgo Masculine Mind dislikes new ideas that challenge his view of the world which he will tend to resist, fearing that the new concepts may require a complete rearrangement of the carefully constructed, functional whole.

A man with Virgo Masculine Mind can be very resistant to letting his Feminine Mind express emotions, which the thinking mind is attempting to suppress. He often feels a need to control women, because the Virgo Masculine Mind seeks to constantly control and exert will over the Feminine Mind, his female aspect. On the other hand, a Virgo woman may feel that men are trying to control her and may naturally resist that control. She may also feel a strong need for privacy because outside influences (new things that are not a part of the existing egg) are her main source of distress.

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More detailed information on Virgo Astrology profiles (CTypes) and other Astrology profiles is included in my book, C-Types – Models for Relating – Creating Intimacy and Deeper Meaning Between Couples at All Stages of the Relationship. If you wish to go more deeply into Astrology profiles, both at home and at work, please see our Astrology profile-specific Relationship Guides for Couples at all stages of the relationship and our Astrology profile-specific Leadership Guides for improving relationships and solving problems in the workplace. These and other useful Astrology profile information and practical application guidelines are available at

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