Astrological transit of JUPITER in the 7th house of Marriage

People get excited when they see this transit coming, especially if they are single and un-happy about it. 

When the luckiest planet in the solar system enters the house of relationships, 

it can only mean good things—right? Yes, but it may not mean exactly what you expect it to mean. 

You will almost certainly encounter people who open your mind to new relationship possibilities, who encourage you to take risks and have adventures. If you're a good student, your relationships will certainly teach you a lot during this transit. But if you're expecting your noncommittal boyfriend to propose to you, don't hold your breath; if he's not certain he wants to be with you, this may be when he'll call it quits—and it'll be the luckiest thing that ever happened to you, because you deserve someone who will really make you happy. 

Jupiter may bring you the relationship you want, but it's also a planet that craves freedom. This may be a better transit for liberating yourself from relationships that feel confining than for leaping into new commitments. 

 If you want to know when to expect the major transition periods of your life, consider the cycle of the transiting outer planets learn more here..



THE SEVENTH HOUSE: GROWING WITH IMPORTANT OTHERS 

Traditional name: House of Marriage 

Terrain: partners, marriage, relationships between equals, open enemies, judgment, ne-gotiation, arbitration, mediation 

Shares common ground with: the sign of Libra; the planet Venus 

Traditionally, the seventh house was called the House of Marriage. To our modern minds, this conjures visions of romantic couples. Certainly, we find committed marriage partners in this house. But we also find other relation-ships of great importance. This is a house of  equals, so our closest peer friendships and business partnerships are found here, as well as our sworn and open enemies. If you are being sued, the plaintiff will be represented by this house. 

The seventh house describes your close relationships, yes. But since it's in your birth chart, it also tells us about you. So the seventh house symbolizes the way others perceive you in relationships, the way you approach relating, and whom you can hope to become through close relationships. 

Transits in the seventh house provide catalysts to begin or end relationships, renegotiate their terms, and learn significant lessons that you can only understand through your closest relationships. 




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