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When transiting Saturn contacts Venus in one’s birth chart, there are looming questions surrounding what one considers to be important to their existence as well as the durability and purpose of particular relationships.
While there’s no sure shot way to say for certain how this may materialize in one’s life, keep in mind that you may feel a certain strain which prompts you to explore the relevance of what have previously been regarded as important associations.
This can be a tough period, because you may come to the realization that you’ve been wasting your time with certain people. Or, the effort that you’ve expended far exceeds your return on investment.
While there’s a possibility that such situations could be restructured or redefined, you must take a more ruthless approach and prune all unions which don’t contain the degree of depth and substance that you desire. Where others are concerned, you’re better off facing the reality of who they are underneath the veneers rather than succumbing to any idealized fantasies about them.
Initially, you may label this approach as tedious and socially isolating, but given a healthy growth-oriented perspective, you can gain maturity and appreciate the newly offered gift of solitude as compared to loose, superficial bonds.
If this transit is successfully navigated, there will be very little doubts as to what relationships you can proceed with and solidify enduring bonds, and those which to not carry that potential. In the clutches of sobriety you can gain the capacity to realize that some things just aren’t worth saving. However, what you DO save and/or create during this time is more likely to be REAL if you allow immediate pleasure to take a back seat and give the wheel to self-control.
Intertwined with these lessons, there’s also a clarification and declaration of values which needs to take place. It’s important to be solid in what’s important to you. If you know the answer to this question, you must then ask if it’s reflective of your present mode of life. Also ask: What can I live with? What can I live without? Consulting your inner authority to address these concerns will be your best and most rewarding course of action.
Economically, there’s not so much of a “shortage of money”, but there’s a call for you to use what you have constructively; to be deliberate in your decision making when it comes to expenditures. While it’s said that ‘the road to excess leads to the palace of wisdom”, it also lends itself to consideration that “enough is better than too much.”