Well, you two are certainly very different... but you might just be able to help each other make things happen. On an artistic level, you're far enough apart that you might just be of some use to each other.
You each have some pretty unique and interesting ideas to bring to the table, and it could work well, exactly because you are so different. You open each other up to new ideas, new paths of creativity or spirituality that you might never have thought of before. You're able to help your partner with creative problem-solving; with illuminating the meaning of their dreams; with pretty much anything that has anything to do with thinking outside the box. You're comfortable with their most abstract ideas, which feels great for them. But you have to take turns, and you may not particularly want to. You have to cede the spotlight to each other and be willing to go for periods of time without it, because the way it can work between you can't make room for both of you to be creative at once. It's more like taking turns in helping each other, listening to each other and bringing each of your ideas into focus. This is potentially a really beneficial aspect, if you know how to deal with it.