The Venus Retrograde Pushes You to Re-evaluate All Relationships
Posted by Kevin Hunter
Venus is about to move retrograde this Saturday March 4th. It’ll be 40 days of reverting back to the drawing board where love, relationships, beauty, and money are concerned. The energy of the Venus Retrograde prompts one to reflect on those issues in a deeper way and examining where changes needs to be made.
The negative side effects to the Venus Retrograde can be a sudden tendency to feel greatly neglected, unloved, or be unable to love. Co-dependency and neediness will rise up to the surface. Examining ones overall sense of self and appearance to an unhealthy degree will become the theme from March-April.
Many relationships tend to break apart during a Venus Retrograde. These are the connections that were already on unstable ground to begin with. A solid relationship can withstand the Venus Retrograde energy.
It is possible to easily fall in love with someone new during a Venus Retrograde transit, but it’s best to wait until after Venus has moved direct before making a move. The energy prompts one to view others through a rose colored lens that seems to drop away when Venus goes direct causing one to wonder what they were thinking.
The benefits of the Venus Retrograde is the taking a step back to evaluate all of your connections and needs. Which ones need to be boosted up, which ones need to be dissolved, or modified. Release unhealthy partnerships whether it be friendships or lovers. This is also a good time to dust off projects, business ideas, and bring anything to completion that needs to be wrapped up.
Exes and old friendships tend to pop back in during a Venus Retrograde. I’ve already had numerous past lovers and friends popping back in again over the last number of days in a big way. Nostalgic feelings rise amidst the sudden neediness energy and one tends to realize what they lost or what’s missing in a bigger way during this transit.
It’s ironic that the planet Venus in this solar system has such a huge effect on love and relationships, but the planet itself is deadly to live on. One day on planet Venus equals to about 3 1/2 months of Earth time. The atmosphere is extremely toxic made up of sulfuric acid and temperatures reaching almost 900 degrees, which is hot enough to melt lead. The planet has an eerie look to it and at times even appears to have a glow in the dark effect.
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Posted on March 2, 2017, in Empowerment, Inspirational, Kevin Hunter, Kevin Hunter Author Writer, Love/Sex/Marriage, Mediumship, Planets, Romance, Self-help, Sex, Spirit Guides, Spirituality, Spirituality For Men, Warrior of Light, Well being, Wise One and tagged Love and Relationships, Venus, Venus Retrograde. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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