And misunderstandings can be understood! Once you really get a sense of the planet in the sign that’s squaring yours… it becomes less painful. Trust me on this. It’s a lesson I just learned and it rings so damn true.
I was talking about a situation with the girls in the private forum. We were chatting about various synastry things, sharing opinions, and I was complaining about someone close to me, his Saturn square my Moon and how shitty that felt.
And then one of the girls suggested I dip into Liz Greene’s Saturn book (which I do have) and I took it on the train today and I read but ONE sentence in that book about my friend’s Saturn in Sagittarius and it all became clear.
And less painful. In an instant. That’s the amazing thing about astrology.
See, a square is a difference between the two of you. That’s all. A difference with sharp edges. Jarring, jangling energy at times. But with a little time (Saturn) and maturity (Saturn) and sensitivity (Moon), you can soften that square. Although you may always need to be aware. At least now you know!
Today when I went for a walk with my friend and I got all philosophical as I tend to do… I didn’t get annoyed when he couldn’t get all philosophical back! He’s got Saturn in Sagittarius! He don’t go there! Saturn is a limit, a fear! It refuses! And Sagittarius is the expansive, philosophical, wandering, pondering mind.
But Saturn is also our work! Saturn rules Capricorn!
I’m his Sagittarius is what I told the room. And I don’t have any planets in that sign. But that’s how it began to feel. I have Jupiter in Libra sextile Venus and it’s exact. And Saturn in my 9th House: I am seriously philosophical 🙂
So there you have it. Astrology can make YOU and your relationships more sane.