Venus square or opposite Saturn in the solar return is associated with limits and inhibitions in regard to both relationships and finances.
The house placement of Saturn denotes where restrictions arise.
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Saturn rules structures and definitions which can support and stabilize an already strong relationship, but stressed or weakened relationships will be under a lot of pressure and may not survive.
If you are already in a good relationship, you need not worry, however, you will be dealing with some challenges this year.
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There are times of stress in every relationship and Saturn square or opposite Venus might be an indication of pressure arising from either an internal or external source. Roles and responsibilities may shift out of necessity to address issues.
Saturn aspecting Venus might be an indicator of tension. Creating a little distance can foster individual expression and achievement.
- Venus sextile or trine Saturn in the solar return chart suggests stability in relation-ships and in finances. Learn more...
- Venus conjunct to Saturn can have one of two different manifestations: the solidification of a relationship, or the inhibition of a relationship. Learn more..
If you are already married, perhaps one partner must stay home with a new baby or child. If you or your spouse needs to travel for work, someone will be home alone. You may need to care for an elderly parent or family member. Stressful jobs, relocation, or an illness can also put pressure on your partnership. Decisions you make as a couple in regard to is-sues will define your roles for the coming year. If you stand together, your relationship and commitment to each other will strengthen and stabilize.
During times of transition and stress, it is important to give each other space, understanding, and support. A little distance might make it easier to function both as individuals and as a couple. This can foster individual self-expression, achievement, and the creation of options. It lets each person step back a bit, and rediscover his or her sense of self, wants, and needs.
Inhibition occurs when the structure and definition of the relationship are used to limit expression rather than convey a sense of purpose, stability, and commitment. This is more likely to occur in those relationships which are already in trouble. You may not be allowed to give and receive love in a relaxed manner since love is always controlled, defined, withheld, rejected, or not accepted at all. There is an impediment to the relationship. You, yourself, may refuse to make a further commitment, or it can be your partner who backs off. This may be true even if you are married. The relationship might have grown stale.
Counseling or date nights might help unless you or your partner is resistant to methods for renewing and refreshing your relationship. Those who are not in a committed relationship may be prevented from further closeness by statements such as, Were just friends," or "This is only an affair and I could never leave my spouse." These comments establish a limiting structure that defines and contains the stagnant relationship in the status quo that you may be expected to accept. If a relationship is unfulfilling and you are unhappy, you could decide to leave.
This is not that uncommon when Saturn squares or opposes Venus in the solar return. Very poor relationships may end in separation and/or divorce.
As responsibility shifts, one person may become the stronger partner in the relation-ship and assume custodianship for a second person. This might be protective, healing, sup-portive, and temporarily necessary in cases of trauma, illness, and pregnancy. On the other hand, in highly dysfunctional relationships, the "parent" acts as the person in charge of the "child." The child is seen as irresponsible, immature, addicted, or mentally ill. In this case, the relationship loses all sense of balance and equality, and the child is not accountable for his or her actions. You cannot heal someone who does not wish to be healed, and you can drain away your energy, resources, and love trying.
Financially, you will probably be working with less cash during the year. Your budget may be tight, either because you have limited funds and increased expenses, or you choose to conserve money and pay off debts, or save money for a rainy day or future major pur-chase. If you are normally very free with your money, this is a time when you are forced to be careful with spending practices. Even the very rich will want to know where their money goes. If you normally give handouts to grown children or relatives, you might choose to cut back. Financial changes can arise because you quit your job, cut back on hours, took a pay cut, became self-employed, or experienced a dramatic change in lifestyle such as retirement.
- VENUS IN : ( | 1ST | ) , ( | 2ND | ) , ( | 3RD | ) , ( | 4TH | ) , ( | 5TH | ) , ( 6TH | ) , ( 7TH | ) , ( | 8TH | ) , ( | 9TH | ) , ( | 10TH | ) , ( 11TH | ) , ( 12TH | ) HOUSE
Planet in Solar return Apecting in SATURN
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