Aries: Love & Relationships
2013: Aries Love
You'll be thrilled to know that any dry spell in the love arena is officially over, Aries. Saturn has officially left the building and won't be back to put you through trial and tribulation in your relationship zone for another three decades! All of the painful and difficult lessons you've learned about love since 2009 can now be put to good use as you prepare for deeper levels of intimacy than you have ever imagined. You've learned about the importance of boundaries and saying no to codependent patterns, and now you are about to learn the power of deep commitment, self-reliance and sexual monogamy.
Now that Saturn has come to teach you powerful lessons about your sexuality and regenerative powers as a woman and a partner, get ready to relinquish everything you think you knew about yourself. Secrets about your own inner workings will be uncovered whether you are actually in psychoanalysis (recommended) or not. 2013 could be one of the most intense years for confronting your fears around deep intimacy and loss, especially in love. Any part of you that is secretly jealous, terrified of losing emotional control or clings to security for dear life is about to be challenged and reformed for the stronger. This is the essence of self-empowerment.
Sexuality becomes a powerful theme in 2013 as you work to uncover and release any residual shame that holds you back from experiencing the depth and passion of your life force. Saturn in Scorpio in your house of sexuality and transformation proves to be a most healing force in bringing any darkness to the light so that you can fully embrace your true powers as a fiery and sexual being without any hangups, unconscious promiscuity or other self-destructive behaviors that actually deplete your vital energy and self-esteem.
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