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Venus opposite North Node

The Siren Song of Relationship

Kelli Fox

You love to be in love, but the unfortunate problem is that chronic involvement in relationships will not only distract you from your true life path, it will in fact lead you in the opposite direction from where you should be going. The hard part is that due to past-life influences, you are quite conditioned to being in relationships all the time, and may continue to believe even in this lifetime that you can't be happy unless you are in one. The connection, the passion and the intense emotions that result from new relationships keep you focused on what are essentially past-life activities, instead of concentrating on where you should be heading in your current life.

It will be difficult to put your social life and even your serious relationships on the back burner while you try to sort out what your true life path entails, and how to accomplish it most effectively. But that is what must be done, and the rewards of doing it are great, even if you don't recognize them right away. Be very careful not to be overly dependent upon relationships, using them as an excuse not to learn to take care of yourself properly.

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  1. M on May 18, 2019 at 8:23 am

    I have This aspect and I have only been in one long term relationship and I’m almost 30. I find it hard because I feel like it is a distraction. I actually don’t want become overly dependent on anyone. I like the idea of a relationship but I’m very picky. I also am not looking to repeat the cycle of my parents. I would say it could not only be interpreted in the way you described but this way too because I am not and never have been what you’re describing above.

  2. Maritta Tuulia on May 24, 2019 at 4:56 am

    Dear Kelli,

    I have my Venus in Leo 2 degrees in the 1st House opposing True Node in Aquarius/7th House,
    and my birthday is in September, 1953, so I am already retired, now divorced and live alone.
    I met my (now) ex-husband at the age of 19 just before my father died suddenly at the age of 46. We lived together for 8 years before we got married and soon we had two children. We divorced after 10 years of marriage, so lived together for 18 years. I have lived alone with my children who live now on their own. During these 25 years of living on my own & working I have met some males who are either married or live in another country (just met in my town). I have travelled during my last 10 years (alone mostly) and never met anyone to make my heart beat. One of them proposed me when I was 27 years & living with my boyfriend (to be the father of my children later) and I moved to another city. But we met 10 years later as I was already divorced, but he was now married to someone else. I just had to break the relationship after 18 months, because it was not a real one, just between two of us as I wanted.

    At this age I have understood that I am not meant to live in a tight relationship. I am very picky (of course as I am a Virgo), but would like to have some guy as a friend to do things together; so I need more like a partner, not a love relationship if I ever find someone to match.

    This time of retirement is very confusing; you are free to do what ever you want, but it you are a very private person as I am, it is not easy to know what is your true vocation. I am an independent character with my Uranus in the 12the House (i.e. a lot of dreams).

    I know quite a lot of astrology which I have learnt since 1995 so I know also myself pretty well.
    Now I am a bit puzzled where to aim my creative imagination, to concentrate enough towards some goal (like writing a book which is my deepest wish). My ruling planet is Gemini as well as my Moon sign which both make me restless and my rising Cancer 29 degrees makes me moody.

    The best way may be to live day by day without any special requirements outside my box.

    Would you please give me some comments. Thank you in advance!

    • Kelli on May 24, 2019 at 10:33 am

      Hi Maritta, thanks for sharing your story. You have a 29 degree Cancer Moon also known as the anaretic degree which may also provide you some deep insight into your relationship wants and needs. Wishing you all the very best.

  3. Anna on August 30, 2019 at 1:25 pm

    Hey Kelli,

    Looking for some insight on this aspect 🙂 I have it – venus in Cancer in 10th house in Gemini and North node in Sagg. So far I have been in chronic relationships all my life – the better part of 10 years now. Born 7th of August 1993. I wonder on what I can concentrate to break the cycle. I have read my natal charts for years now, but I still do the same mistake. Any info would be very helpful 🙂

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