Aries: Love & Relationships
2012: Aries Love
Throughout Saturn's residence in your partnership house over the past few years, you have endured some of the most challenging and rewarding relationship lessons of your life. In October, after putting you through the karmic ringer, the cosmic taskmaster will finally leave this sector of your chart for another 30 years. You'll happily bid farewell to the trials, tests, tribulations and insecurities, despite all the wisdom they've imparted.
When Saturn enters Scorpio this fall, you'll discover deeper levels of your sexuality and resourcefulness than you have in 30 years - if ever. You're ready for the real thing, and that's because you've finally developed the most important relationship of all - the one with yourself. Now that you're crystal clear about what you will and won't put up with in your intimate relationships, there's no turning back! You've set your standards high and there's no need to compromise. You've also learned that you often get what you think you deserve ... or at least what you have the capacity to put up with (consciously or unconsciously). You're also learning not to drag things out - your time is too precious.
Although Mars, your ruler, will take up prolonged occupancy in your work sector for the first half of the year - leaving you little time to even think about dating, mating or relating - you'll more than make up for it during 2012's second half. September is potentially one of your most romantic months of the year, so put yourself out on the dating scene without excuses. And finally, December is your most auspicious time for meeting someone you could settle down with. This is your make-or-break year - so let it rip!
This is a day of anticipation, one of many to come. A lunar eclipse brings a strong sense of new and wonderful things around you to explore with your little one. No need to do it all at once; this is a long-term cycle, so enjoy the process.
You're totally open to a new person or notion today -- and it's a good thing, too! This is one of those days that you will look back on as a turning point, so roll with whatever comes your way.
A little planning ahead makes National Brown Bag It Day a lot more memorable. And remember, it doesn't necessarily have to be lunch that you bring from home -- an egg sandwich on an English muffin is tasty and a great start to the morning.
Old issues may surface, but they're no match for your current efficiency. So if your skirt re-tears where you thought you'd mended it or your nails keep chipping despite a new topcoat, just calmly find a better fix.