Planetary Portraits : Venus in Sagittarius

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First of all, Venus in Sagittarius doesn’t “make you act” any certain way. The placement speaks to your relational needs and values.  With this placement, mutual growth, honesty and independence is of paramount importance. You require the type of relationship where each partner isn’t threatened by the expansion of the other’s world.  By no means is this a license to do hurtful things in the name of exercising one’s freedom, but rather a call to share your ever broadening perspective with a person that you love and share space with. To serve as each other’s “tour guide” for the adventure of living.

Venus in Virgo, Mars in Leo

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For those with this Venus/Mars blend, liberation rests in relinquishing the fear of getting “caught slipping”. The modus operandi is to honestly put their best self forward and to forget about looking incompetent. It’s important to apply energy toward the honoring and promotion of one’s special attributes and achieving recognition for that. There can be the push/pull between feigning “humility” and wanting the limelight. Realize that helping and serving others will always be important to you, but one need not sacrifice appreciation of one’s self simply to be a champion for other people and nothing else.

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How Do I Obtain a Free Copy of My Birth Chart?

 

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For those wondering where and how they can get a copy of their birth chart for free, I always recommend astro.com, which is an excellent site and has tons of information for the Astrological novice, as well as those who may be further along in their studies or practice.

The steps are relatively simple to retrieve your birth chart:

(1) Go to: http://www.astro.com

(2) Click on the ‘free horoscope’ link on the menu at the top of the page

(3) On the next screen, you’ll want to click the link for guest users if you haven’t established an account with the site. When you click the link, you should see a form that allows you to enter in your data (first/last name, gender, date/time of birth as well as country, city and state)

Note; You’ll want to use the extended settings feature to make sure the time zone is correct.

After this, you’ll hit the ‘continue’ button.

*The methods section will be set to ‘circular charts’, which is what you want.

(4) On the drop down menu select ‘natal chart wheel’, which should automatically be there. The chart drawing style will say ‘web default style’. you can keep that setting.

(5) Under the options setting, it should be populated with the current date in the ‘Start date for charts marked with’ section.

(6)  For House systems, you can either leave it at the default setting or choose Placidus.

(7) For Image size, you’ll want to keep it at full size for good print quality.

* You can skip ‘additional objects’ as well as the menu to the right unless you’re familiar with how that setting alters the appearance of the birth chart.

(8) Push ‘click here to show the chart’

You should have an official copy of your chart for your records. There are also sections on the site which give you free mini interpretations to get you started. Note that these “cookbook” interpretations aren’t designed to serve as an official consultation, but more as narratives to describe potentials. In order to get a personalized analysis of your chart, it’s advised that you invest in a consultation with a professional Astrologer.

The Sagittarian Mind Mission Statement

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For those who may not be familiar with me or my blog, I’ve been a practicing counseling astrologer for nearly eight years.

One of the questions which proves to be ever pervasive in my mind concerns what will become of Astrology in the world’s ever-changing state.

I often think about the future of what I consider to be one of the most comprehensive systems of psychological and spiritual development our world has ever seen.

As a professional Astrologer, my mission consists of employing my ability to translate ancient concepts, symbols and forms into a practical everyday language which is totally accessible to the layperson.

In my mind, there’s no reason to engage in esoteric masturbation when clients want to be helped right here on earth.

My mission also consists of assisting others on their quest for self-discovery and a more complete understanding of their inner dynamics.

I aspire to be the best guide possible when exploring the parts of the individual psyche which require integration and synthesis for the development of the total person. I am not only an Astrologer, but I’m also a writer, educator, healer and a nurturer of human potential.

My style is holistic. It’s important to me that I open doors for others to locate the place within themselves which helps them to obtain a more multi-leveled and expansive view of themselves.

To grasp a larger sense of their ultimate life purpose and realize how their route of fulfillment is intimately interconnected to the cosmos is my ultimate aim.

Not only do I want others to realize their life has a special meaning, but I also wish to distribute the message that our lives are ultimately about the meaning which WE assign to it.

Astrology is about how we may work in tune with the cosmos to blend our separate fragments into a whole. How we join forces with the all to form a powerful and unified entity.

My mission consists of getting the word out that Astrology is only as limiting as we allow it to be. The signs, planets, houses and aspects don’t “make” us anything. It’s our responsibility to infuse purpose into every set of instructions contained within our birth maps.

We’re not stuck in a proverbial box, or symbolically held hostage by a zodiac sign telling us we have no behavioral options outside of the astrological cookbook variety.

In actuality, the entire universe containing ALL of the signs and planets is INSIDE of us ready and willing to be used as resources for our growth and development. THIS is the type of Astrology that I am elated to practice, and I dedicate myself to the propagation of this philosophy. I accept my calling from the universe of uplifting my fellow human beings with the utmost joy and enthusiasm.

Taurus Sun, Sagittarius Moon

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When Taurus and Sagittarius combine in the solar and lunar realms, the phrase “knowledge is wealth” immediately comes to mind.

Building an economy of knowledge and creating value through understanding are two of the major life tasks for those with these placements.  By expanding one’s lens of perception and encouraging others to do the same, one is able to gain confidence in operating in the world while enjoying its “simple pleasures.”

The fuel of security that sustains one’s vitality is reflected through a personality which has an emotional need to guide, teach and create avenues of telescopic vision.

Through making things “bigger”, one’s senses become gratified, one sight becomes clearer, and one’s internal growth becomes an accurate barometer of things going “according to plan.” This development also opens up pathways for tangible rewards and the acquisition of possessions on a material level.

The challenges faced with this blend arise when what is uncovered in one’s personal quest for truth conflicts with an ideology which has become solidly rooted in one’s psyche.

If there’s the presumption that “truths” revealed that produce opulence are more valuable than those that force re-evaluation of our personal belief system, the struggle to fuse aspirations and emotional needs can be particularly problematic.

However, if the desire for holistic understanding is greater than the fear of leaving one’s “safe zone” , an incredible amount of personal growth can take place.

Utilizing knowledge through building a business or institution which is a testament to your patience, fortitude and “green thumb” is a fantastic use of the synthesis of these energies.

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Planets Activating The Moon-Mercury Midpoint

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Moon-Mercury themes:  Understanding emotional communication, a.k.a : the “language of the heart.” To be in touch with one’s emotions while communicating. rationalizing instead of discussing feelings. Employing sensitivity in dealing with others. Intuitive thinking. Communicating with the ancestors. Verbal and emotional memory. Instinctively knowing how to make others feel comfortable.

Sun: “Down-home” communication. Soulful, rhythmic speech. Versatility and dexterity where you can talk to anyone. relating to those of a particular national origin.

Venus: Finding value in national heritage or racial group. Thinking about cultural beauty standards. Appreciation of biological and ideological family.

Mars: Taking heartfelt action. Instinctive assertion supported by logical analysis. passionate urge for emotional closeness. Battling with emotions as “competition’.

Jupiter: Counsel on using feelings/emotions as a form of richer, more amplified self-expression. Exaggerating feelings. Expressing feelings “religiously”.

Saturn: Tightly controlled feelings. Learning difficult, but timely lessons concerning emotional boundaries, or limiting one’s emotional involvement. Mastery of feelings, or allowing one’s reactions to be a hindrance.

Uranus: Inventive methods of communication. Original slang. Creating one’s unique language of intimacy. A mental/emotional connection to the avant-garde. Flashes of intuitive insight. Speaking impulsively.

Neptune: Poetic thought and communication. Understanding the subtle undercurrents of emotional expression. An imagination rich with feeling. Erotic stimulation through learning. Active fantasy life.. Empathizing with or “playing on” another’s “soft spots”. Spiritual thought. Spiritual deception.

Pluto: Sweeping transformation in one’s thought patterns. A significant change in one’s emotional intelligence. Re-thinking and re-framing emotional responses. Communication which stirs up subconscious fears.

Node: Emotional need to exchange thoughts/ideas with a close-knit group of people. Contacts which are “familial” in feel.

ASC:  Fulfillment comes through conversation which synthesizes thought and feeling.

MC: Seeking one’s tribe or clan in the larger world. The human family is connected to one’s highest aspirations.