///Interpretations and writings from Rubyxia have the purpose of integration and the understanding of the variations and mental changes that happen within a lifetime along with the reminder of the infinite essence beyond the psychological world – the infinite awareness that is simply presence without judgment. All astrological expressions represent a frequency of the overall one energy and awareness of such concepts and traits is one gateway to remembering this as all aspects of the Zodiac have the same potential to remember the underlying one true self. Happy Reading Readers 🙂
Venus needs love. As Venus IS love. Perhaps she functions on our impulses, and our instant gratifications allowing us to reach states of love beauty and ecstasy in moments. When she’s doing that (acting super impulsively for momentary pleasures) we can surely know we’re missing her somewhere else in our lives.
Saturn needs work. As Saturn LOVES work. Perhaps he functions on giving us copious amounts of hard labour, boring and dull tasks based on the fact we haven’t utilised our imaginations efficiently. Perhaps we haven’t given given him a baseline to begin building the creations we have conjured up, so instead, he shows up elsewhere. He needs to be needed. Just like Venus.
When there is a relationship between the two, perhaps we need to add a little love to our work, and vice versa. Saturn gives us a sense of reality so we don’t topple off into the abyss when we fall into states of bliss. Instead of acting like the magnifying glass and curtain remover in our required romantic role-play, perhaps he can instead be our life float that is just an arms length away when we have got lost in the sea of wonder that we find ourselves in once we’ve opened ourselves up to another person or opportunity. The ocean is a vast and deep place after all.
When we’re busy at work and we’re getting bored, tired, a little irritated and lacking sight of what and why we’re still working in the first place, the relationship Saturn has with Lady Venus can be a God-send. When she’s called for, she can be used most constructively to add pleasure to duty, perhaps adding a little play to planning. She can mix it all up fruitfully so we’re not left slaving away with no sight of an end. When she knows she’s included, her urge for instant satisfaction, attention or spontaneity that pops up at other times, lessens, and she becomes the oh-so feminine worker that partakes in the trade, choosing to add a little sugar and spice to the production line.
Just like Mars and Saturn, or most relationships between seemingly incompatible aspects, when there is harder work to be overcome by the merging and blending these two traits, a greater awareness and knowledge is gained. The harder the work, the greater the momentum, the larger and more prosperous the results.