Mars conjunct Jupiter
When you are born with Mars conjunct Jupiter you are a strong, confident and sexy individual. In Astrology, this aspect is one of the most fortunate aspects to have on a birth chart, especially if you are involved in taking action and physical activities, as it gives you a good strength and willpower.. This aspect has always been known for successful actions and success in war. The only potential problems you may experience are going over the top regarding risk-taking, or overindulging in dangerous desires such as gambling or drinking, and even with this risk-taking under consideration, you should be generally lucky in all your endeavours because Jupiter does bring good fortune. With Mars conjunct Jupiter your confidence and initiative make you a desirable asset in your career, where you have the potential to take on a leadership role. People, in general, will be drawn to you as you are so optimistic and fun to be around, not to mention very attractive. In your relationships you will need a certain amount of freedom as you enjoy a range of activities and love to socialize. You would prefer to be around other positive people and should find a partner with a high sex drive. You are assertive and direct about achieving your goals and desires, and others will admire you for this upfront and honest approach. You have a fighting spirit and will be generally successful in any advances you make. You can also easily enlist the support of others. Your speciality is anything physical or courageous, so you should do well in sports, the military, or other competitive careers such as business or in law. Your creative talents would help you in more artistic fields.
With this aspect you put your all have into whatever you want to do, and it is like you don’t know how to play it small or why anyone would bother to do so, and this behaviour of your of all or nothing will likely prompts you to be impatient with other people. You believe in high-minded courage and endeavours that bring out the very best in everyone. Yet, you must wisely learn how and when to give your total dedication since you can’t give more than you have. You perhaps can accomplish more if you learn to break up tasks into chunks rather than believing that you should, and can, tackle everything all at once. To be sure, a big life lesson is learning the true scope of your capabilities and talents rather than relying on any inflated notions of what they are. No one, of course, can tell you who you are and what you can do. But you owe to yourself to know your limits, if only to surpass them.