Neptune in Leo
Neptune in Leo is creative and has a natural flair for entertainment, film, theatre and fashion. They have such magnetism that others are easily influenced by them. They are flamboyant and extravagantly idealistic.
Leo Neptune is generous, sociable and warm-hearted. They are fond of pleasurable pursuits. They have artistic abilities and are successful in their educational careers. They are conscientious with others and usually have successful relationships. Alternatively, they can be disappointed in love. They can act by impulse rather than intellect. They may lack the wherewithal to face up to challenges or be fickle.
Neptune in Leo loves color and drama. They like movie stars and other famous people. They may project their fantasies on their partner, and they will have to learn to face reality. They may use movies or theatre to escape reality.
They also love children. In fact, they have a difficult time identifying with any adult authority figure, even they are the adult. They can get so off track that they can think they are fighting against tyranny when they are, in fact, the tyrant themselves. They are creative problem solvers, however. They can figure out answers that will get them out of trouble and come out smelling like a rose.
Some whom are born with Leo in Neptune feel that the world owes them automatic appreciation. If they have any common sense, they will keep this to themselves. If not, they may find out that the world feels differently. Leo Neptune is usually popular, and will have many followers. Their natural charisma makes them into a beacon to those inclined to admire those who lead.
Symbolized by the lion in astrology, Leo is fiery, fearless and a natural-born leader. So with Neptune in Leo, they inspire others with their innate charisma and infectious zest for life. Their passion and energy gets others moving, and those people are usually on-board with whatever their bold counterpart has in mind.
Neptune symbolizes intuition, illusion, spirituality, confusion, drama, beauty and addiction to nicotine and drugs. Naturally artistic and creative, Neptune in Leo finds inspiration wherever they go. They are social creatures and love being the center of attention, which means they often have many admirers. This is a huge ego boost, and that’s what gives them their ability to come up with quick, strong ideas that inspire others to follow them.
Leo Neptune Sign: Positive Traits
The best part about Neptune in Leo people is their ability to envision something that others may think impossible and find a way to get it done. This is why many Leo Neptune sign people get into the entertainment industry. They can let their imaginations run wild. They can create any kind of character, landscape or action-packed situation where special effects make their dreams come alive.
They love fantasy and illusion and can get swept away by books or movies that allow them an escape from reality. Sometimes it’s difficult bringing them back down to earth, because of the amazing fictional environment they have created in their mind.
But if anyone can bring truth to fiction it’s Neptune in Leo, for their skills in art, music and technical design are often unmatched. They know what they want and they know what it takes to make that dream come true.
Leo Neptune Sign: Negative Traits
The only thing the Neptune in Leo people have to be careful of is their tendency to take over any situation when they weren’t asked to. They can sometimes come off as bossy or worse, a bully, because they automatically take charge.
This can be helpful or hurtful, depending on whether or not they are expected to work within a group dynamic. When brainstorming, they often have great ideas, but they can also dominate the conversation. They have to learn to take a step back and let others participate.
This also means Neptune in Leo expects a lot of praise and admiration for what they do, because they feel they are the best at many things. Because they are so confident and witty they think they can figure out how to do anything. So when people criticize their efforts they grow angry, and their roar is quite loud! They even have trouble with constructive criticism, making it very difficult for anyone to help make their work better.