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What the Venus Saturn Sextile means for your love life and relationships

What the Venus Saturn Sextile means for your love life and relationships
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On September 13, the zodiac signs experience the Venus Sextile Saturn - with Venus in Scorpio and Saturn in Capricorn. This transit in astrology will inspire us to explore our need for camaraderie and stability in relationships, which will, of course, be reflected in our horoscopes. Much of our current astrology supports strong engagements and dramatic changes in relationships, which means that the next few months could be one of the most memorable of our lives.

In astrology, a sextile is when both planets are within 60 degrees of each other, but energetically, this means that both planets work together to help each other bring out their best possible personality. This means that it is seen as a very supportive direction because it helps us to move forward, to bridge gaps we have missed before, and ultimately to move forward on our own path.

Venus in Scorpio is a very different energy than the goddess of love is usually used to. Venus prefers romantic love, beautiful gifts, flattery and well-planned appointments. In Scorpio, however, she travels through a darkness that is not necessarily the dark side of love, but the deeper, more hidden aspects of our heart.

This means that Venus in Scorpio does not care about looks. She is not interested in status or wealth. Venus in Scorpio does not care about gifts, dates or flowery words that would make us blush.

In Scorpio she is crude, real and focused on just one thing: the connection that exists between her and another. She is ready to explore deeper levels of intimacy, but also to show her partner who she really is by transforming herself from Scorpio's waters.

Venus in Scorpio is not after one-night stalls or trolling on tinder for the perfect Friday night date. But she is focused on love; it just has to be the kind that will last a lifetime.

The current energy of Venus is that she is after her soul mate, the person who is destined to come into her life and never go. At this time we focus on it. We have no use for those whom we know to cross only through our lives, and instead we will see that we are more focused on those relationships and individuals with whom we live together forever.

Saturn in Capricorn is the perfect companion for Venus. Otherwise known as the Lord of Time and Karma, the focus of this planet is that which should continue, or, in some situations, show us what should not last for our own benefit. Together, these two planets have only one focus: to show us that some people really come into our lives and live forever, but these are often just the people we think they will be.

Part of this journey can involve the self and lower our barriers to who we consider to be the perfect partner, and instead let us show the life that we may need something we did not even know.

We also have to face every persistent urge and pull that we have to need someone in our lives - a very specific person that is.

Often in relationships, especially those that we perceive as conscious or conscious, we feel that we should not need anyone; being independent means that we choose or want to be strictly for another person. In life, however, part of this journey of consciousness recognizes how connected we are. It understands that no one of us is destined to live life alone, and instead learn that the need for someone does not mean that we are not alone.

No one on earth is born and then set off into the wild to raise ourselves. Our whole life is built around the community to need others. In the beginning, our lives are focused on our families, then on friends, co-workers and romantic relationships. But often we get into romantic relationships because we do not want to be considered needy. But there is a difference between this stereotype and that of simply being in the same relationship in which both individuals fulfill one another's needs.

We should need our partner not to necessarily live or even make ourselves happy, but they should add abundance to life. Life should be better in love, and if it is not, sometimes we have to ask for what purpose the relationship even serves, in order not to improve our lives in any way.

Venus Sextile Saturn will help us to see that it is okay to need someone. It's okay to seek companionship and not want to spend our lives alone. It's about letting us see that we can be with someone who respects our independence, but knows when we need to be around.

Life is meant to be experienced, loved, and much of it opens in such a way that we can share it with others.

There are a lot of strong energies that affect relationships, commitment and togetherness, which means that we are also encouraged to move away from self-limiting beliefs and make the decision to allow love. Commit ourselves to these inspiring relationships. Sharing our lives with those who make the sun a little brighter.

To need someone does not mean that it is just someone, so we really only know what we need when we let something happen that we never thought we wanted. Love is in the secret of life. It's in those moments when we never thought we would have it, and it's often in the arms of those types of people we never knew existed. Because no matter who we are, we all need someone.

We should need our partner not to necessarily live or even make ourselves happy, but they should add abundance to life. Life should be better in love, and if it is not, sometimes we have to ask for what purpose the relationship even serves, in order not to improve our lives in any way.

Venus Sextile Saturn will help us to see that it is okay to need someone. It's okay to seek companionship and not want to spend our lives alone. It's about letting us see that we can be with someone who respects our independence, but knows when we need to be around.

Life is meant to be experienced, loved, and much of it opens in such a way that we can share it with others.

There are a lot of strong energies that affect relationships, commitment and togetherness, which means that we are also encouraged to move away from self-limiting beliefs and make the decision to allow love. Commit ourselves to these inspiring relationships. Sharing our lives with those who make the sun a little brighter.

To need someone does not mean that it is just someone, so we really only know what we need when we let something happen that we never thought we wanted. Love is in the secret of life. It's in those moments when we never thought we would have it, and it's often in the arms of those types of people we never knew existed. Because no matter who we are, we all need someone.

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