Imagine for a moment that you are six months into a new relationship and you've just had your first really BIG argument. You freak. Does this mean the beginning of the end? Is all hope lost? Should you just give up now?
Of course not! Yet, until you make peace with each other and you re-establish the connection that drew the two of you together in the first place, it's inevitable that you might feel a little wobby around the edges. One thing you can do to reassure yourself is to take a look at your astrological charts to see how compatible the two of you are.
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First, check out the basics such as "Is Venus aspecting the other person's Mars?" or "Is Venus aspecting the other person's Uranus?" Both these aspects suggest sexual attraction and are the sparks that may start a relationship. Yet, how do you know if the sexual attraction that you already know exists is going to develop into a connection that means the two of you will stay together for a long time to come?
Well, for the more advanced astrology students out there, try taking a look at the progressed charts. Once again you're going to want to look for any aspects between the progressed Venus or Mars in one person's chart and the natal or progressed Venus / Mars in the other person's chart. You can also take a look at the progressed positions of the sun, moon, and Ascendant. Does anything leap out at you as suggesting a powerful connection or perhaps the opposite, a sign of stress and tension? Often a powerful transit can effect what would otherwise be a great relationship, so check out transiting planets too. For example, if one person has Uranus transiting their natal sun, they're unlikely to be in the mood to get married and settle down, no matter how strong the bond is between the two of you.
Looking at the compatibility of two people is a long and complex process and so these suggestions are just the tip of the astro-iceberg. However, they should be enough to get you started and hopefully...feeling much better about your relationship! Enjoy!
Marjorie Orr has an M.A. (Hons) in English Literature and Philosophy from Glasgow University, and was a current affairs journalist, award-winning BBC TV documentary producer and then a psychotherapist. She has a worldwide following for her astrology... read more