The Romance and Passion Meters read the placement of planets on the day of your birth and reveal the levels of romance and passion you have been gifted with in this lifetime. Now you'll know at a glance whether things will be smooth sailing or an uphill battle when it comes to matters of the heart.
Before you jump in... there's a trick to reading the meters. You might think you want a lot of sweet stuff with the Romance meter, but what you really want is balance.
Just imagine... with ONLY good feelings, pleasant times and nothing to break up the monotony, things would get pretty dull (yawn). And TOO much passion can also ruin a relationship.
Without a little breathing room between fights and lusty encounters, you'd tire your lover out fast! A healthy dose of passion means strong physical attraction plus a good argument every now and then.
One more word of caution before you get started…
Remember, no relationship or person is perfect. Even with what seems like the ideal balance of romance and passion, an affair could turn out to be a total flop. It all truly boils down to our free will.
7-10 Over-the-top: diamonds and heartfelt declarations
4-6 Indulgent: flowers, chocolates, back rubs
0-3 Thrify: the occasional rose
7-10: Revved and ready, morning and night.
4-6: Up for it almost anytime
0-3: A bit shy and reserved
In love, you're looking for a good time. Now, that's not to say that you can't get serious; it's that you'll only get serious about someone who makes you laugh, someone who knows how to let loose and have fun. Oh, and someone who's witty and intelligent, who can stimulate your mind first and -- if they're lucky! -- your body later. You really respond to keen intelligence and a sharp sense of humor; for you, those qualities are more important than, say, a great face or figure. You get restless easily, and you not only need someone who can keep up with you -- or, better yet, who can lead the way from one adventure to the next -- you also need someone who can keep you interested long enough to get intimate! Speaking of which, emotional intimacy can be a dicey proposition for you. You tend to push people away, lightly, of course; it's all in fun, after all! People who try to get too serious too fast scare you, though you'd never show it. Instead, you just laugh, get up and walk away. The person who nabs your attention and holds it for the long term will be someone as fun-loving and whip-smart as you are, who challenges your mind.
Even if you haven't yet managed to find that certain, special someone and settle down, you still might be the envy of all your friends for your success in love. You're so open, loving and generous with your pals, and your sweeties. You probably have an active social life because people just flock to you. You put out an energy that others want to be around, to soak some of it up, and that goes for your lovers as well. You like to make a mental, intellectual or spiritual connection that's as strong as the physical bond you share with a lover, because ideas are important to you. You love staying up late, philosophizing about life, love and the universe; and if you meet someone special who's willing to do this with you, they just might be a keeper. Your intelligence and strong sense of yourself shine through to your admirers, and your confidence in yourself is one of the first things they notice about you. You tend to be successful in whatever you apply yourself to, and the same goes for the game of love. Want to have fun with someone special? You know how to do it. Want to settle down and create something amazing? You can make that happen, too.
You rarely have trouble in romantic relationships with feeling that your individuality is threatened by your intimate bond with another person. You know how to protect yourself and your own personality even while connecting at a deep level with your sweetie, and that's a real feat -- plenty of people are commitment-phobes purely because they're scared that the other person, or the romance itself, will swallow them up! You're not afraid of this happening. You have a good grasp of yourself and who you are, but also of what you have to give to a relationship, and what you want to get out of it. Your goals in life don't become submerged when you enter a new romance with someone special; you're able to integrate the two and make them work together harmoniously. In part, this is true because one of your life's goals is to find a wonderful romance that can become a long-term, stable connection; but that's certainly not your only aim in life. You're naturally attracted to lovers who respect your choices and interests, and who will give you the space you need to push forward in life and achieve everything you want to achieve.
No matter how well a new love affair is going, it's hard for you to ignore the little voice in the back of your mind -- the one that whispers, 'When is it all going to go wrong?' It's not that you're pessimistic, exactly; it's that you have an innate sense of the fact that, as everything begins, so everything ends, including relationships. Nothing can last forever, even true love, and you know that; but you might take it too far by constantly reminding yourself, like pressing a bruise again and again, that this, too, could end at any moment. And it's likely that you'll respond to the uncertainty by trying to control the situation in a variety of ways. You have a tendency to get into very complex relationships with your lovers; you become obsessive over them and the relationship, and either subtly or overtly, you try to dominate them, controlling their feelings and their behavior through anger or manipulation. This can't work out for long, so you may have a past that's full of intense, failed love affairs. A much better method would be to accept the fact that there is no certainty in life or in love, and just to enjoy your sweetie without worrying about when and how it's all going to end.
Your mind moves fast. Your impressions and decisions come lightning-quick, often leaving others in the dust. You're a thinker and a talker, perhaps more than a doer (or a feeler). But words, ideas, philosophies -- they're all just so interesting! And emotions can get so, well, illogical, and messy. You don't like to be dragged down by heavy emotion; when it happens, you'll analyze and explore the feeling, ultimately intellectualizing it. In love, you want a relationship that lets you explore all your mental wanderings. You're incredibly logical and perceptive, but rarely does your mind stay on one subject for long. Your best date, in fact, will be one where you and your sweetie stay up half the night, riffing together on whatever comes into your minds, no matter how strange or far-reaching it might be. You'd never insist that the conversation take a linear pathway; you're attracted to people who can follow your train of thought wherever it might go. Your tendency, though, is toward intellectualism, and away from emotion. You're mentally curious and restless, and might quickly grow bored with someone who's less intelligent or talkative than you are.
You're a natural at diplomacy, and in a romantic relationship, that's a real gift. You probably shy away from relationships with overly aggressive types; brash displays of temper offend you, as do qualities like selfishness and irrationality. You prefer things to be in balance -- which isn't always possible. People are imperfect beings; we lose our tempers, we flail around, trying to impress and intimidate with our loud, reckless displays. But if anyone comes close to being in balance most of the time, it's you. And you're attracted to people who are similar to you; who appreciate art and beauty and refinement as much as you do. A great date for you might be visiting an art gallery or a museum, or going for a walk around the river on a gorgeous day in spring. Anything that's beautiful and that sparks conversation or the free flow of creative thought compels you, and the same goes for romantic partners. You want someone both sweet and inspiring; someone sophisticated and eloquent. You want to be wooed with poetry and flowers. And in return, you'll bring your own romantic nature to the relationship, and your gift at creative negotiation when times get tough.
Pay attention to your intuitions when getting to know someone new, because your unusual powers of insight will help you figure out whether that special someone is really all that special after all. That intuition is just one part of a unique mind, one that wows all your admirers. You really don't think about life or view the world in the same way that other people do; you go about things in your own way, and you like it like that. Anyone you fall in love with is going to be at least somewhat independent and freethinking themselves, because you can't stand spending too much time with a stick in the mud who can't break out of the bounds of what society has dictated as being 'normal' or 'acceptable.' For that reason, your love life will probably take some odd and interesting twists and turns before settling into any kind of groove, and once you do settle down, it will certainly be on your own terms. A great date for you won't just stop at cocktails, dinner and light getting-to-know-you chitchat; even if it's in conversation only, you'll roam far and wide with your potential sweetie, touching on strange and wonderful subjects that excite you both and make you look forward to more.
You're a true idealist in love. While idealism in itself isn't a bad thing -- it's good to know the heights to which you aspire in terms of intimacy with another person, how you want to treat them and to be treated -- it can lead to a highly unrealistic set of standards. You might reject relationship after relationship because it doesn't live up to your romantic fantasy of what love is supposed to be like, even though real life and real love aren't like the movies. In a real-life love affair, there are problems and obstacles, and days when you and your lover are both just acting silly. But in your fantasy world, there's no room for silliness and bad behavior, so when those happen in real life, you can feel utterly disappointed. It's not fair to hold someone else to unreasonable standards that exist only in your mind. You project all kinds of greatness onto your lovers, who, in the end, are only human; and you're disappointed in them when they fail to live up to your expectations. But could anyone live up to them? Only someone who existed solely in your dreams, or your imagination. When you learn to blend reality with your dreams, you'll develop a more holistic view of love and relationships.
For you, love and romance are a big, dramatic show, complete with all the trappings of any great production -- setting (think flowers and soft music...), lights (candles all the way!), costumes (anything silky or soft and definitely in fashion will do)... You love to set the scene for love, and you'll go to great lengths to make sure that you'll make the perfect impression on your sweetie. You're into sweeping your honey off their feet, and you're not above being swept off your own, either. And the thing about you is, all that drama is real: You really feel your passions that deeply, and you truly want love to change your world. You put your whole heart and soul into it when you're in a relationship, and you feel things at a deep and intense level -- and that goes for the bad stuff, as well as the sweet stuff. When you get your feelings hurt by someone you love, the hurt is intense, and it can take a lot of soothing and stroking to make things right again. You should seek out a lover who is as passionate and demonstrative as you are. With a cold, aloof lover, you would slowly starve for attention and affection, and you deserve as good as you give out.
In romance, you lead with your heart. That may seem obvious, but not everyone experiences love the way you do -- with such openness and sensitivity, such joy and compassion, or such vulnerability. While other people try to build up walls around their hearts, you're trying to open yours, to experience things even more fully and sweetly. You may believe in destiny, in true love, in fate bringing you together with your sweetie. For that reason, you also lead with your gut; you believe that you'll know it, the moment that you meet the person you're destined to love for the rest of your life. And that may be true. At any rate, such romanticism heightens the sweetness of your love affairs! Just make sure that you don't naively buy into someone's line that's less than heartfelt. As loving and compassionate as you are, you have to make sure that you surround yourself only with people who deserve such tender goodwill -- in short, people who are as spiritually attuned, as loving and generous as you are. Sometimes you can be a little too tolerant of mistreatment, in the name of being sweet and letting your sweetie off the hook.
You're not one to frown on dates with unusual people or odd, spontaneous expressions of love. You don't tend to be judgmental; you love it when people let their freak flags fly! You have a real taste for excitement, spontaneity and anything unusual or unexpected in love, so you've been attracted to all different kinds of people in the past. Your attitude is, Hey, I'll try anything once; after all, it's all interesting stuff to add to your list of life experiences! In your relationships, you may act almost as your sweetie's counselor, because you love helping people to break out of their shell, blast through their inhibitions and embrace the individual that they are. For this reason, you may have been through a lot of relationships in your past, none of which stuck for long; it's almost as if you entered these people's lives to help them find a new way of living and loving, and once you had an influence and your job was done, you moved on. This is fine, especially for your lovers, but sooner or later, you're going to want to settle down with someone special for the long term. When you do, it will be with someone as sweet, unique, spontaneous, creative and caring as you are.
Your love life might be like a roller coaster -- you're flying high and feeling exhilarating one minute, and the next, without warning, you're down in the depths, feeling sick to your stomach and wishing you'd never indulged in the first place. You adore the pleasures of love, and you jump into new relationships with your whole heart (and body, and wallet), without thinking about the consequences first. You may get into trouble by dating around indiscriminately, making each of your dates feel like they're the only one -- which isn't any fun for them or for you when the truth comes out. Beyond hurting other people's feelings, you can wear yourself out with your romantic antics. From the outside it may look like you're living it up and having the time of your life, but on the inside you feel worn out sometimes, empty and unexcited about the future. Overindulging in pleasure is like eating too much ice cream; after a while it no longer fills the void inside, and becomes meaningless. Taking a much more moderate approach to love and entertainment is your challenge in this life, as well as learning to treat your lovers as well as they deserve.
Emotions drive you, including your actions and your physical self. You need to feel an emotional connection with someone if sex is going to enter the picture; otherwise, the experience is just too empty to make it worthwhile. When you're in a stable, committed love affair, lovemaking takes on a powerful, tender and emotional flavor. It becomes a way for you to really connect with your sweetie at a deep, intuitive level. In fact, connecting intuitively is one of your strengths. You intuit your honey's needs and desires and respond as well as you can -- sometimes, to your own detriment. There's such a thing as being a little too selfless in love, and there's also such a thing as self-martyrdom. Make sure that your protective, nurturing urges aren't just a play for someone's sympathy or dependency. But generally, this isn't your aim. You truly want to help the people you love, and as long as they're loyal in return, you'll do just about anything for them. Your sex drive may fluctuate according to your emotions, since you're so unable to separate the two; when your relationship takes a dip in this department, just trust that your passion will return as soon as your positive feelings do.
You're not matched by many in your passion for life and love. You're a real go-getter, and when you see something -- or someone -- that you want, you go after it with a single-minded intensity. And you get mad when you don't get what you want, whether it's a winning score, a promotion at work or that hottie you've been eyeing. Your love life is probably a string of major ups and downs, because you don't know the meaning of moderation. When you're in love, you're overflowing with it. When you're sexually attracted to someone, you don't hold back in letting them know all about it. And when your sweetie makes you angry, you don't hold back there either. If you want a relationship to last long-term and develop some stability, you'll have to teach yourself to calm down a bit, because your high energy and hotheadedness can burn out an affair prematurely. When you're out with someone new and special, rather than playing devil's advocate on every possible point and pushing your own personality on them, try listening to them calmly to get to know them for who they are. That would be a good place to start, and a good, solid foundation to build on.
Your romantic past may be quite long indeed, because you really don't like to be alone. You're happiest in a romantic relationship, and even more than that, you're always working at getting it just right. You have some very high ideals when it comes to love affairs; you want harmony, affection and tenderness in spades, and you'll do what it takes to create this atmosphere with your sweetie. You're a born diplomat, and you bring this skill to your personal partnerships as well as your relationships with colleagues, clients and others. But your tendency is to be conciliatory when sometimes you should really put your foot down and fight for what you believe in. But this is hard for you to do, because you really abhor conflict -- even over an important and worthy issue. You might back down in an argument with your sweetie in order to keep the peace, or always let them choose the movie you see or where to go to dinner just to give them a sense of control. As you can see, this can go overboard sometimes, especially if you're involved with someone who's difficult or domineering. You have to learn to stand up for yourself, at least on the important issues that arise.
You want to find true, lasting love -- the stable, committed relationship you've always dreamed of. But you also want to 'sow your wild oats,' or maybe it isn't even that straightforward. Perhaps whatever it is that holds you back from a comfortable commitment with someone special is more abstract than that; maybe, deep down in your soul, you want some kind of intellectual freedom that you're afraid you can't have in a relationship. Your theories on life, after all, are very important to you -- as is your right and ability to philosophize. If you've ever been romantically involved with someone who wasn't interested in your theorizing, the experience might have left a bad taste in your mouth. You may think that falling in love for the long term will necessarily mean an end to all your spiritual questing, but it doesn't have to be that way. You could find a partner who was interested in traveling those paths with you -- even if it meant that, at times, you weren't together in the same place. But that's easier said than done, of course; and your first step toward finding that expansive love is letting go of your own fear that commitment will curb your freedom.
When it comes to love, you're either serious about it or you're not in the game. Casual affairs don't come naturally to you; you're much more about steady affection and quiet, rock-solid commitment. In relationships, you serve as that rock -- you provide support for your sweetie, sometimes financial, other times just emotional. You really want them to know that you're there for them no matter what happens. And that's both your strength in love and your occasional downfall, because your natural urge to commit, to stick grimly with it through thick and thin, can mean that you stay in a relationship long past when you should have just cut and run. Furthermore, while you're so steady and committed in your heart, you often forget to reassure your sweetie of that fact, or to back it up with simple affection. For you, love is a serious matter, not a playful one -- and because of this, you could inadvertently starve your honey of the adoration that they crave. You also open yourself up to heartbreak by being so serious about things. Not everyone has the steadfastness that you do, so choose carefully when you're seeking a long-term lover.
Your love affairs can be quite intense, because you love to find the roots of problems in relationships and expose them to the healing light. While other people might like keeping their skeletons comfortably in the closet (or uncomfortably, as the case may be), you don't want to live under the weight of old wounds. And you don't want to watch your loved ones do it, either. If you get involved with someone who's made a lifestyle out of avoiding some painful issue from their past, you'll be on top of the problem as soon as the relationship starts to deepen -- and maybe even before that happens. Be forewarned: Lots of people won't like this. They sweep their problems under the rug for a reason. So don't be surprised if you scare off a lover by digging a little too persistently at the source of their issues -- their relationship with their parents, their experience growing up in an emotionally cold household, their feelings about losing their grandmother at an early age, or any other old wounds you might unearth. Tread lightly with other people! Help them along their path, but gently. Turn that healing intensity inward, and you'll make huge strides in your own enlightenment.
You can have a hard time with committed relationships. In your heart, you're singing, 'I just gotta be free' even as you're professing your love to your sweetheart. Now, your love is true; it's just the commitment thing that alarms you, and makes you want to run in the opposite direction. You're quite independent, and you might feel, deep down in your soul, that no one could ever understand or accept this about you. Finding that long-term relationship in which you can be comfortable might just be a matter of giving that special someone a chance, because freedom within a relationship probably isn't as difficult to attain as you might think. But knowing that logically is different from believing it down in your soul, so you may find yourself faced with the prospect of a committed relationship with a wonderful person that you love...and instead of feeling happy at the prospect, you're breaking out in hives at the idea that your freedom is about to be cut off like the split ends in your hair. Your best bet? Talk openly with your sweetie about your concerns. You'll probably find that they're a lot more amenable to your freedom and independence than you think they'll be.
Sometimes, it seems like you're most comfortable in a state of chaos. You're a true, extreme individual, and you can't handle anyone or anything that tries to restrict your freedom. A love affair with someone who tried to control you wouldn't last long -- and if it did, it would be explosive! You can get really aggressive in the face of a perceived obstacle, and even if conflict scares you, you won't back down when it's something important to you. Which freedom and independence are, utterly. So when you're looking for love, you should definitely seek someone who lets you have plenty of space and freedom to be the unique individual that you are. This may mean going through lots of false starts with various people, because too much freedom can sometimes kill a good relationship -- if, for example, you're off trotting the globe while your honey is waiting for you at home, getting increasingly bored and disillusioned with the affair! But when you find that special someone who understands your need to be yourself, you'll find a love that lasts. You may have better luck if you look for a partner whose political and spiritual values are similar to yours.
When you're looking for love, keep an eye out for eccentric types with brilliant, inspiring minds -- because these are the people you'll make the best, most electric and exciting connections with. You're too bright and your dreams too big to settle for someone who doesn't understand you, or who tries to restrict your imaginative wanderings! You might need a partner in love and life who can act as a grounding influence, and someone who can give concrete expression to all your great, abstract ideas would be even better. But someone who's a stick in the mud, who acts as if you're just being silly when you're off on a fascinating tangent, isn't for you. Your best love connection will be made with someone who shares your wide-eyed enthusiasm for exploring the meaning and the inner workings of the universe; someone who appreciates the way your mind works and who encourages you to think further, deeper, weirder. Someone who draws out your inner philosopher and helps you hoist your freak flag to fly free -- now, that's the lover for you! When you find that person, the boundaries of your combined imagination and creativity will be limitless.
You feel things at a powerfully intense level -- your physical desires as well as your emotional or internal ones -- and you should make sure that you don't get too in touch with the dark side of love and your own psyche. You're drawn to darkness, after all, to an extent. You see the difficult parts of love, such as possessiveness, jealousy and manipulative behavior, as avenues toward learning and enlightenment, and you're right. If you travel through the darkness, you'll come out on the other side in the light...eventually. But sometimes it's easy to get stuck in the darkness. If you find yourself in an obsessive relationship that exhibits any of the above themes of darkness, you may have a really hard time ever bringing things out into the light, because you're so drawn to that sort of intensity. De-intensifying a relationship can be difficult, if not impossible! A lover with whom you shared this depth of intensity would probably be very sexually compelling, as well, because it's easy to merge sex with emotions and possessiveness and all the rest of it -- and that blend can be utterly compelling. So do yourself a favor and keep things a bit on the lighter side of life!
While you may get involved in a few flings, you're more able than some to transcend your bodily needs for a higher ideal. Sex just for its own sake may not hold a lot of appeal for you unless other aspects indicate it; you'd much rather connect on a physical level with someone with whom you're emotionally bonded with, because that way, the experience is so much more transcendent and important. Sex without love is basically empty, but sex can be an important growth experience when paired up with true intimacy and emotional attachment. You've always understood that, so you tend to look for relationships that really mean something to you rather than pursuing someone who just appeals to you on a physical level. Love, also, is a spiritual experience for you, one that helps you grow hugely as a human being. If you look back over your life, you'll find that your romantic affairs corresponded with periods of intense personal growth and transformation, and it will always be this way for you. So when you're getting involved with someone new, use this truth about yourself as a barometer for whether the relationship is worth pursuing. If there's more there than simple attraction, it probably is.
You're quite strict with yourself when it comes to physical and mental health -- or, if you're not, deep down you wish that you were. You firmly believe in self-analysis and you hold your mind and body to strict standards of functionality. In a love affair, you can't stand it when your lover fails to exercise on a regular basis, eats too much fast food or isn't as hygienic as you'd like. These things turn you off in a big way, because they represent something that you abhor: general slothfulness and the gradual decline of the body and mind. You know that these can be avoided with constant and rigorous upkeep, but do remember that not everyone has your discipline -- including, perhaps, you. You might hold everyone to strict standards but fail to live up to them yourself. Don't be so hard on everyone all the time! Let your lover be the person they are, whatever that may be; and give yourself a break from time to time, too. It's okay to skip a workout, indulge in a high-calorie treat from time to time, or lie around in front of the TV every now and again. And if you stop subjecting your every emotional response to intense scrutiny, you can actually build the authenticity of your emotions.
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