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Venus in Sag: Roam If You Want To

by Sherene Schostak October 28, 2011 12:47 AM EST
Venus in Sag: Roam If You Want To
When love planet Venus moves into Sagittarius, wanderlust abounds. Sagittarius is forever seeking greater and greener pastures, and in relationships this can stir up trouble. Our inner free-bird takes hold. And, as the song goes, this bird will never change. There is no patience to deal with half-truths and there is absolutely no compromising one's principals in relationships now. It's time to tell the truth and nothing but the truth, so help you Venus. Think big, not desperate. Set your sights high and get honest about what you really want in your love life. Self-betrayal be damned.


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Jet-setting, long-distance relationships and a roaming eye are all par for the Venus-in-Sagittarius course. The grass-is-greener complex runs rampant, as does the fear of missing out. Venus in Sagittarius is the party-animal Venus placement. Excess is essential and the sky is not even the limit.

Luck be a lady tonight. We are more willing to take a risk, put ourselves out there and wear our hearts on our sleeves. Honesty is the only policy for the next few weeks. Speak your piece and own your truth. Humor, fun and travel are what please this Venus. And in the game of love, it's all about the pleasure and the beauty of the moment. Sagittarius takes a philosophical approach to love and reminds us to incorporate our truth, wisdom and humor in love. Why should we take the absurdity of the dating game so seriously? We're all a bit crazytown when it comes to falling head-over-heels.
 
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