With no quincunxes -- one type of stressful planetary connection -- between you, there's good news: It's safe to say that you two are together purely because you want to be. You aren't drawn to each other for some deep, unfathomable reason; your mutual attraction is bold and aboveboard -- and what a relief! After all, plenty of couples are pulled together by forces even they don't understand, forces like karma and unconscious, psychological urges that stem from their deep pasts.This doesn't mean that you two don't have relationship issues to work out; every couple has them.
The previous chapters in this report will help you to clarify and understand the issues you face together, and how you can use these challenges for growth and positive transformation. For example, you each bring your own unique family conditioning and relationship history into your current pairing. But these are issues you can think about, talk about and work on together with great openness and awareness. And frankly, these types of problems are a lot easier to work through than karmic baggage that's been carried forward from previous lives that you can't even remember, much less articulate.One area of difficulty you two may experience together, however, concerns the issue of compromise. Every successful relationship requires that both partners learn the art of give-and-take. With no quincunxes forcing you to learn to adjust to each other's quirks, flexibility and compromise may not come easily for you two. But with practice, each of you can learn the cues that will let you know when it's time to back down from an issue or give your sweetie center stage for the good of the relationship.So, consider yourselves fortunate among couples. There's no heavy odor of karmic debt permeating the air of your relationship; the problems you face together are rooted in this lifetime, and can be worked through in this lifetime, too. You two can bring great awareness to each other, and if you can lear