Let’s say you were born with Saturn square Venus. Years later, Saturn transits square to your natal Venus.
Would you be able to deal with it better because you already have the aspect natally, or would it just be more difficult, like a double dose?
Dear Curious, here is your lousy answer: It depends. Some people have a difficult aspect like Saturn square Venus in their chart but they also have the ability to ignore it. For example, let’s say they have a grand trine.
When someone has a grand trine it indicates an easy flow in certain aspects of their life. They just don’t have to worry about whatever these areas are so they may opt to focus on the ease and deny the thing they lack. A good example of this would be a woman who achieves like crazy… really very easily however no one loves her (Venus) really (Saturn). This could be a teen star for example.
Considering that example it is very easy for someone who has so much more than others to ignore what they don’t have and if you are this sort of person that transit going to come along and slam you into the ground. It’s like you wake up one day and say, “Oh my God, I’m broken!”
In contrast another person may have the same aspect (Venus Saturn) in their chart but they may have some other things too, like Sun Saturn or example. So maybe their parent or their grandpa told them that love is serious, important business. Maybe they were taught that it is love that supports you, that your relationship is your foundation…
Well provided that person got that message (and even if they didn’t at the time, they can go back and retrieve the knowledge), it is easy to imagine they are going to fare much better so you get the idea: It depends.
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