The Inner War Zone, Projections and Relationship Karma Meters:
You want the nitty-gritty, right?
You're ready to know the real deal when it comes to your own true nature and psychological issues... the ones that prevent you from finding and holding on to that ideal love you dream of.
Reading your Love Life Remedy report will give you that in-depth picture, but these three meters show an at-a-glance view of the lessons you have yet to learn.
Remember, whether your scores on the meters are high or low, you're in good company: We ALL have plenty of emotional baggage that comes from past relationships, our childhoods, and even past lives.
And we ALL have a lot of room for improvement when it comes to changing our lives for the better and improving our relationships, including our love connections.
7-10 Repressed anger, defensiveness and a seriously short fuse can turn your love affairs into an all-out war.
4-6 You've got some issues and inner conflicts to work through, but who doesn't?
0-3 You're so laid back in your relationships it could actually be a problem.
7-10 Seeing all sides of every issue is actually a detriment. You don't know what to believe!
4-6 You know your own mind, but you can see their point too. That's a good thing.
0-3 You see your sweetie as they really are...but do you understand them?
7-10 It's beyond time to work through your baggage from past relationships, or even past lives. Try moving forward!
4-6 Some of your relationship issues have been around for a while. It's time to sort them out now.
0-3 Good news: It's not just a new affair with the same old story. But can you compromise?
You're a picture of loyalty, and that's admirable. Once in a relationship -- not an easy task in itself, due to your shy and vulnerable nature -- you'd no sooner leave than you'd sell your favorite piece of furniture. Too bad you forgot to warn your sweetie about your 'cold spells.' You're not unlike a turtle; you're just fine as long as you feel safe and comfortable, basking in the sun, arms and legs stretched out. But the moment anything happens, you snatch yourself inwards, withdraw under your shell, and there's no getting you out until you feel comfortable once again, at some undetermined point in the future. In real life, this translates to moodiness, cold shoulders and sealed lips, and it's no mystery why someone else would quickly get tired of such behavior.It's not so bad out here, Cancer. Your ideal partner will provide a warm and safe place for you to express your fears, but you'll never know that if you don't come out and try. It will take a big leap of faith, but it's one that will pay off in spades for you.
Stopped talking again, did you? Did the cat get your tongue? Oh, we know you're the master of nonverbal communication. Past partners have all felt it. You wouldn't talk, but you felled them with your 'evil eye' glance, or rejected them soundly with your cold shoulder and huffy exit. Body language speaks volumes, after all. There was no question in your mind that they understood exactly how you felt. You wouldn't actually tell anyone what set you off; you expected them to know. It was in those situations when you felt threatened or even the tiniest bit unsafe that you clammed up and held back the very words you should have been speaking. Past partners eventually gave up trying to unravel the puzzle of your emotions.But you know what? The people in your life prefer direct communication. Believe it or not, they really do want to know just how you feel -- but they want you to tell them outright. Yes, your thinking is all balled up with your emotions, but with practice and support, you can learn to express them to those you love.
Another crowd gathers around you. You're warm, affectionate, pleasing to the eye and a lot of fun to be around. And boy, do you love the attention! The sun shines, and you radiate the joy of being you. The spotlight is great -- that is, until someone steps in and tries to share it with you. 'This will never do,' you think to yourself. Dramatically, you turn a cold shoulder to the interloper, nose in the air. The crowd laughs and fades away. Rewind back to your previous partners. The sad truth is, they were all made to feel like interlopers, as though their needs were secondary to yours. Is this any way to treat a lover? Now that it's been brought to your attention, pride will prevent you from behaving this way toward your future beloved. You have so much to offer your ideal love -- ardent passion as well as loyal devotion and warm affection -- so it shouldn't be difficult to find someone who appreciates those qualities in you. When you find such a gem, be sure to give them credit where credit is due. Equal sharing of attention keeps everyone happy.
You want things how you want them, and that's just the way it is. Your strict schedule doesn't leave a lot of time for love, unless, of course, your lover makes an appointment with you. And spontaneous love sessions? Well, they disrupt your entire day! Why would you do that? Can you see how your previous lovers got weary of just being another item on your 'to-do' list? And that they resented the fact that you made them take a shower before they got into bed, as if they were some type of public heath hazard? Then there's your performance anxiety, which is sky high and certainly doesn't contribute to successful bed play.What's up with all your rules, anyway? Are you 'should'-ing all over yourself? Can you not find some release, some way to redirect all your nervous energy away from the love situations in your life to someplace where it will be more useful? Like your job, perhaps. When it comes to love, you've got to let go a little bit. Try to enjoy yourself on the path to perfection. It will make your trip much more enjoyable, and that's important since you'll never reach perfection, anyway.
You're flagrantly sentimental, weeping openly at the cinema, moved to tears by any tale of woe; you're sympathetic to small animals and underprivileged children. Given to bouts of emotionality, you may sit at home dreaming of your ideal relationship, but unwilling to get off the couch to go find it. Other times you may wallow in self-pity, seeking escape in substances that can give only temporary relief, at best. And your romances? Well, if your partners don't tire of your overemotional expressions, they may grow weary of your unilateral caretaking. You'd be amazed at how others would be willing to take care of you, too, if you'd only give them a chance.You do know how to take care of someone, and if not carried to excess, this is a fine quality to bring to relationships. Strange as it sounds, your problem will be in holding back, not in giving too much. If you find yourself at all resentful (be honest, now!) of your partner, it's time to pull back a little and give them the chance to step up to the plate. You may be pleasantly surprised at the results.
Your difficulties in love come not from without, but from within yourself. Instead of feeling confident in yourself, building a strong ego or developing your obvious capacity for leadership, you flog yourself constantly for not being good enough. When others compliment you, you don't believe them. When someone indicates interest in you, you may not even notice it. Oddly enough, you may act as though you are quite superior to others, thus appearing stuck up and aloof. This mask of superiority is merely a defense mechanism, designed to throw others off the track. You're sure that they'll discover at any moment that you're a fraud.But you're not! Stop being so hard on yourself. Relax those elevated expectations and give yourself a break. In fact, you have an amazing amount to offer your ideal partner. If you will but open your heart a little for someone to love you, you'll immediately feel better. Bit by bit, love will flow stronger and stronger. You have an amazing capacity for love, commitment and loyalty. All you have to do is believe that it's possible.
Have you noticed that it's all the rage now to be bisexual? The world has you and your generation to thank for that; you are opening doors on new ways of being, particularly in the sexual arena. Experiences and orientations that have been taboo since forever are coming up for review. You and your peers open these areas confidently, seeking to find out what's going on behind the closed doors. You let the full light fall on subjects that were previously off-limits. In fact, you accept no limits on your sexuality; it's obvious to you that everyone should be free to love whom they want, when they want and how they want. This new way of viewing sexuality is only part of what your generation is called upon to open up; the human psyche is no less a target for your revolutionary ways. Your job is to shine the light on all areas that have been taboo up until now. The effects of the changes started by you and your peers will be long-lasting, indeed.
You and your generation idealize freedom and adventure more than the stability of a single long-term relationship. You are much more likely to enjoy a series of relationships, often with people who are radically different from you -- perhaps people from another country or a completely different culture. You appreciate the exposure to habits and beliefs that diverge from your own, because in this way you learn deeply about people from different places on earth. In your eyes, there is no better way to expand your consciousness than to do it through another person's eyes. Relationships are roads to learning for you; and there are many roads to learning, are there not?
You and your peers will revolutionize the arena of relationships and romances. As a child, you watched partnerships crumble all around you, if not your own parents', then the relationships of your friends' parents; and you decided early on that you wouldn't repeat the same pattern. You take relationships very, very seriously, and for this reason may wait to start dating or getting serious about anyone. You're not in any hurry, which provides you with enough time to understand yourself and your relationship needs. Don't delay too long, though! Fear of relationship can be just as harmful as hooking up too early. Your challenge will be in finding the right balance of independence and partnership, and in knowing how much of your personal energy to expend toward each.
Yikes! Your previous love relationships have been a rather tense place to be. There was more than enough suspicion to go around, and what was crystal clear was the tension it caused. Pockets were gone through, emails intercepted. Phone bills were pored over. It was all so tedious and tacky, two lovers treating each other like enemy agents instead of best buddies. Yet the friction kept erupting, no matter how you struggled to subdue it. Both of you analyzed just about everything the other said and did, seeking hidden meanings. Was that argument really over the laundry, or was it about something deeper? And the breakups? Well, they weren't pretty.Chill out, Sherlock. The problem at the root of all this instability is your insecurity, coupled with your secretiveness. Take these words to heart: No one who's happy will stray. In order to hold on to the one you love, you have to be the kind of person you'd like to come home to. Don't demand and bluster and question; be the easy, lively you that you are when you're running on all your cylinders. You'll see very shortly that your ideal lover is wooed by your wiles alone.
Yours are the kind of romances that make for great stories later -- in other words, they haven't always been easy. You and your lovers were drawn to each other right from the start. It always happened so fast. One minute you were on your first date, and the next you were on the phone to your best friend, saying, 'This is the ONE!' You kept falling into love so quickly that you didn't look where you were headed, and therein lies the problem. You keep choosing such darned tricky, unstable sweeties. They are full of electric excitement, of drama and blistering, little-hairs-standing-up-on-the-back-of-your-neck passion. But as you've no doubt found out, they also signify upheaval, disruption, a heaping helping of the wrong kind of excitement.Well, if nothing else, you've had yourself one heck of a ride so far. And if you're willing to hang on, accepting all the bumps and jolts that are sure to come your way, more thrills will be yours. One thing you can say for your relationships -- they're absolutely never boring. For best results, learn to enjoy the wild ride.
Hey, jealous lover! It can't be helped that you've chosen such intense and difficult partners, but did you have to reveal your insecurities so nakedly? You should have had a little pride -- no one likes to be begged. Particularly not your button-pushing significant others, who enjoyed your predicaments just a little too much. You were over a barrel, wondering where they were every second you weren't together. What's worse, you then went searching for clues. Emails, phone calls, notes in pants pockets... Shame on you. You let your emotions get the better of you, and it was not a pretty picture. Time to pick yourself up and dust yourself off.The problem lies in the lovers you've picked. Your partners were sexy and compelling, magnetic and irresistible. But there were a lot of negatives along for the ride as well. You're a strong soul, but you'll never be the one in complete power. So it's time to muster your inner confidence, and vow neither to control nor to be controlled. Be your own person instead. Make your own choices. Follow your own path. Your ideal sweetie will come around once it's clear that you're no mere worm to be trod upon -- and won't being wooed feel great for a change?
You're pretty secure in your own viewpoint. You're not the wishy-washy type, and if you are, you're absolutely dedicated to each particular opinion -- even if you completely change your mind five minutes later. In short, you've got the courage of conviction, but in your past relationships, this often looked to your partners like smugness, or even emotional neglect. Even when you felt certain that you understood them and their feelings, they were still upset that you just didn't get where they were coming from. If they were the patient, communicative type, they might have kept trying for a while before giving up on you. If they were the short-fused type, they probably left in a huff the first time you gave them that blank look that meant, 'What's the problem, babe?' Sympathy and empathy are essential to a functional intimate relationship. You and your lover are two completely different people, and while you'll each experience life from your own unique perspective, you still need to be able to translate your experiences to each other, and you both need to feel respected and understood. In future relationships, you'll have to work on listening to your partner when they describe their feelings or how they view a particular situation. Even if what they describe sounds utterly foreign -- and therefore negligible -- to you, take them seriously anyway. You may even need to remind yourself on a regular basis that their feelings and perspective are every bit as valid as your own.
If your love life were a dining table, it'd be one of those long mahogany jobbies you see in the movies about awkward rich people. You'd be at one end, your lover at the other, and stretching between you would be a vast, unnavigable distance. You've had problems melding with past partners. Conversations suffered, and miscommunications abounded. You clearly didn't understand each other, and in the end it was difficult to see why you bothered with each other at all. Finally, one of you walked -- despite the great, overwhelming attraction you felt at first. What a charmer they were!Sad truth is, you may always have problems completely understanding another. So why bother agitating over the differences between you and your current or future partner? Yes, yes, you'll lack commonality in many areas, but who said that one person had to be everything to their lover? Seek out simpatico pals for the activities your lover would rather skip. Keep up a busy social life, but be sure to spend plenty of time alone, just experiencing your love as it comes instead of thinking that you have to dissect it to understand it.
You're usually the calm, cool, collected one who sidles through life confidently, while those around you are knocked over by your magnetism and power. But something about your love life puts you at a disadvantage. You keep choosing spiritual, ephemeral lovers whose feet barely touch the ground. Then you'd start to feel almost as if you were addicted to the affection you got, particularly since you never got quite enough of it. You always felt like your lovers were holding out on you. You felt hungry, like you never got quite enough to eat. And worst of all, your lovers were so 'spiritual' that they weren't concerned with your lack of satisfaction.The answer to your conundrum lies in your past. Who in your history had a manner similar to this? Who withheld physical affection from you? Who taught you to beg for crumbs and scrabble for love? Think carefully, because solving this riddle will put you on an easier path for the rest of your life. It's time to stop acting out old psychodramas from your past. It's time to lay your ghosts to rest. And once you manage to get past the whiny/begging pattern you're locked in, your ideal lover is apt to find you a lot more attractive.
I hope you have enjoyed the valuable insight, wisdom and guidance of this astrology report. You might be a little curious about astrology and perhaps wondering how an astrologer can know so much about you!
Astrology is a mathematical system. It's all about applying meaning to numbers, or more specifically, finding meaning in the movements of the planets around the Sun, as viewed from our perspective here on earth. These planetary movements are easily captured and recorded with measurements, calculations, angles and so on.
That's why astrology works so well with computers, whose programs are also based on numbers and formulas. In 'the old days' -- thousands of years ago, when astrology was first recorded -- those early astrologers had to painstakingly observe the heavens and catalog their observations for the next generation of astrologers to build upon. Thank goodness for the computer age! Now we can simply use computers to make those calculations quickly and pull just the applicable pieces of information. Now, astrology is instant, based upon thousands of years of observations obtained through careful methodology.
Interpretations of planetary positions are based in part on ancient Greek and Roman mythology, but your astrological report is unique, describing you and you only. Even in the case of twin siblings, their birth charts differ from each other's in at least a few ways. And besides, no one amounts to just a simple interpretation of their birth chart; everyone's personality is complex. Your astrological report leaves plenty of room for variations based on your free will, personal growth and transformation over a lifetime.
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