Libra: Love & Relationships
2012: Libra Love
Uranus, the planet of unexpected surprise, continues to play tricks on your relationship sector in 2012. The method to all this madness is to persuade you to think outside the box about dating, mating and relating. Co-dependence is set to become a thing of the past for you, as the planets insist you find your inner warrior and forge ahead on a new path of individuality and freedom. This doesn't mean you have to be alone, nor will you; in fact, this could be one of the most rewarding relationship cycles of your entire life, if you play your cards right. With Saturn continuing to exert its grave, but wise influence over your chart until October, relationships are nothing to take lightly. No more flirting just to see if you're liked. If you're in it, you've got to back up all your subtle innuendo with substance!
You can expect to forge a better sense of grounding in who you really are, which can only translate into more passionate relationships. With Saturn helping improve your integrity over the past few years, you have a clear sense of self and boundaries. It's finally become easier for you to say no without worrying so much about disappointing others. This allows for more authentic relationships and romance to enter your life. And when Saturn leaves your chart in October, you'll be ready to apply all the powerful relationship lessons you've learned over the past two-and-a-half years.
Love may be blind, but you're thankfully about to have one of its veils lifted after February. Neptune, the planet of illusion and delusion, leaves your romance sector after haunting you for several years. Instead of projecting your ideal onto lovers, you'll be more inclined to look for a partner who is your equal. Fancy that!
So you went out of your way to take your tyke to see Santa in person. And now you're stuck inching along in line. You may have to be content with slow progress today, but no reason why you can't have a great time together along the way.
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