Is there any upside to a transit of Saturn Square Venus?
I would say there is definitely an upside, but you’re not going to realize it without make an effort. I’ll give you an example using a common scenario.
People often feel lonely under this transit. They feel deprived of love or unworthy or something along those lines.
It may be because someone left them, or because they looked in the mirror and saw their age, or because all their friends are getting married, or whatever.
A person can have these bad feelings, endure them, and eventually the transit will pass. For this, they’ll get some minor benefit. They might say, that did not kill me so now I’m stronger.
But another person might have these same feelings and really feel disgusted. They may come to realize that love and partnership really do matter to them, so they are going to do something about the lack of love in their life.
- They may get themselves into shape, go out more, clean their house…work (Saturn) on being social (Venus).
- They may think long and hard about how they behave in relationships and how they might be contributing to their own failure.
- They may go over their criteria for partnership to make sure it’s realistic and current with the times. (What you want in a partner at twenty changes when you are forty).
- You get the idea…
This transit might suck. But it might also be the (painful) catalyst that sees you completely alter your life so that you might enjoy real (Saturn) love (Venus).
If you’re having this transit, and you’re plagued with love problems, I would seriously consider investing in two things I created precisely for people who want a new outcome in their love life.
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Bottom line, you can do extremely well with this transit, but you must make an effort to push back against the force pushing you down.