**sociable interactions

  • Mars in the 1st house/Mars in Aries: The essence is pure energy, life is energizing
  • Mars in the 2nd house/Mars in Taurus: The voice is energizing. Having self worth is energizing
  • Mars in the 3rd house/Mars in Gemini: Debate, learning, and the immediate experience is energizing, this people are like a hot plate
  • Mars in the 4th house/Mars in Cancer: Family and home draw energy, dreams and intuition run hot
  • Mars in the 5th house/Mars in Leo: Creativity is energizing, validation is a form of energy. The inner child emits energy
  • Mars in the 6th house/Mars in Virgo: Serving is energizing. The energy is nervous energy
  • Mars in the 7th house/Mars in Libra: Human interaction, sociability is energizing, kindness is a form of energy
  • Mars in the 8th house/Mars in Scorpio: Transformation, metamorphosis, dying and being reborn everyday is the essence of continual, powerfully released energy
  • Mars in the 9th house/Mars in Sagittarius: Putting philosophy into action through discovery is energizing, intimacy with God is the ultimate energy
  • Mars in the 10th house/Mars in Capricorn: When inspiration is unlocked, ambitious energy flows uncontrollably
  • Mars in the 11th house/Mars in Aquarius: Energized by ideas and vision like hot electricity, friends are energizing
  • Mars in the 12th house/Mars in Pisces: Energized by retreating into privacy to regenerate and renew, to flow with the energies of a winter saying goodbye
Romeo and Juliet: Romeo Montague [ENFP]

OFFICIAL TYPING by mysterylover123

Extroverted Intuition (Ne): Romeo thinks and speaks almost exclusively in metaphors. He has a fruitful imagination and almost compares things to bigger ideas and grand concepts. He has a wandering way of speaking and doesn’t stick to one conversation topic for very long. He’s fairly impulsive and bases most of his decisions on the heat of the moment. He’s very imaginative and tends to dream a lot, preferring to be on his own to let his imaginings run wild. He’s an idealist with a vision of his future happiness with Juliet. He falls in love very quickly, and is stimulated by the challenge involved in romancing his enemy’s child. He is far more extroverted and sociable than Juliet, interacting with a larger social circle and joking around with his friends, usually in playful connective language.

Introverted Feeling (Fi): He’s deeply in touch with his own internal feelings and takes long walks in the morning in order to sort them out. His internal emotions influence all his actions. He sticks with his personal feelings and usually maintains a live and let live attitude to others’ behavior - he disapproves of the Capulet-Montague feud, but doesn’t interfere with it. He wants to pursue what he feels is right for him, not what his parents or society might expect of him. His duel with Tybalt stems from a matter of honor, not his family’s feud - Tybalt has wronged him personally by killing his friend.

Extroverted Thinking (Te): He’s more than capable of taking action when the situation calls for it. He arranges his marriage with Juliet, he avenges Mercurio’s death, he sets out on a course of suicide at Juliet’s grave - all fixed plans that he takes into his mind and promptly puts into action. He doesn’t analyze why he does things, he simply acts. He’s usually scatterbrained and not focused on logical outcomes, but when he does feel the need to action he makes a commanding presence. He’s usually sweet and soft-spoken, but when angered his criticisms are swift and hurtful.

Introverted Sensing (Si): Romeo doesn’t contemplate much on the past. He’s mostly thinking about the present and the future. He doesn’t let details get in the way of his feelings or dreams - so what if the Capulets will kill him for being on their property? He’s in love with their daughter! He doesn’t stay committed to things for very long - one day he’s deathly in love with Rosaline, the next he’s devoted eternally to Juliet. He does use traditional icons of mythology in speaking to Juliet, tying his love to already existing concepts.

anonymous asked:

I saw the picture of the antisocial and asocial and I'm a little confused still. What's the difference ?

Asocial refers to someone who is not sociable, avoids interactions with others, and might not conform to normal standards for social behaviour. 

Antisocial can refer to Antisocial Personality Disorder, or someone who is hostile or disruptive to society, with a disregard for the well-being of others.

anonymous asked:

Top 5 fave things about samoyeds!

1) their undying loyalty to their owner - though samoyeds are very sociable and love to interact with everyone all the time, i personally think they tend to form an amazing bond to one person and it’s unbreakable
 
2) their floofiness - this one speaks for itself. not only do they look so beautiful and cute, they also feel soft, and look like baby polar bears. a small fact, if you’re worried about getting a samoyed because you will have to constantly clean them when they get dirty from their walk then honestly don’t worry at all. their fur stays very clean even without washing them after every walk. one hour they are really filthy, the next they will just look pure white again

3) their intelligence - i feel their intelligence often goes unnoticed, because samoyeds are very stubborn. but when they respect you, especially if they’ve formed a special bond to you, their learning skills are just so amazing. honestly, cloud learnt the commands paw and sit the day we brought her home. she learns commands within the first 10 minutes of teaching it to her, i’m just saying. 

4) their affectionate nature - a fluffy dog that LOVES to be admired and cuddled? samoyeds are exactly this. they love affection, they love sitting close to you, they love holding hands, they loved to be petted constantly, they love sitting on you, they loves hugs, the list goes on. they just love you so much

5) the way they are so vocal - this doesn’t just mean barking. they talk to you in all different noises, from aawwwooo to small mumbles (and yes, barking too) - you’ll slowly learn your sammy’s language and learn that each noise means they are asking/telling you about a certain thing. sometimes it’ll feel like you’re having an actual conversation with them 

i could list so many more things if you just said, list everything ever you love about them, but for now here is a short list. it’s not in an actual order. samoyeds are so good

anonymous asked:

Heyoo I have a problem. I reaally wanna start an artblog but I'm kinda scared that nobody will notice my work ^^ How was it for you when u started to post ur art on the internet? Will ppl automatically notice ur work when its good? I'm soo unsure >_<

Hold onto your hats, peeps, we’re going on an emotional journey though time!

When I first started posting my art online back in 2004, I was posting on Livejournal. Fandom communities there were smaller and way more interative on a personal level than they are on more general social media sites like Tumblr and Twitter. Imagine them like isolated pockets of intense interaction - each fandom had their own corner of the website, where everyone in that fandom hung out and commented on everything. There are actually still a few Livejournal people I’m in touch with, over a decade later <3 

For me as a young artist that nurturing environment was really important, but I know it’s a little different these days. 

When I moved onto DeviantART and, some years later, Tumblr, I honestly felt like I was flinging my artwork out into the void, with no hope of anyone noticing me other than the small group of fandom friends I’d dragged with me from my old haunts. 

It was…disheartening, honestly. 

That’s not to say that I only draw for attention, but I post my artwork online for a reason, you know? But every like and reblog and comment meant the world to me - that’s not to say it still doesn’t, because it really really does, but back then the difference between five notes and ten notes was enormous. And if a picture didn’t get any attention at all it was emotionally bruising, especially after putting so much time and effort into it.

Unfortunately the only way to get noticed is to keep going despite your ego taking a semi-regular beating in the beginning. I’ve talked a bit here about how to grow a following, but aside from drawing things you’re enthusiastic about (and occasionally things you know other people are enthusiastic about ayy) and tagging your content to make sure it’s easily found, you just gotta get on with it. It’s not even about being “good” at art. It’s about posting content that you and other like-minded people enjoy seeing, and creating an environment that people want to be part of. 

Be sociable, interact with people, draw the stuff you love and make sure your artwork is enjoyable to draw, rather than stressful. 

Think of it this way: if you never start that art blog, you can guarantee that no one will ever notice your art.

Go for it!