Lately, you’ve been hungry to expand your romantic repertoire in order to make your love life more exciting, but you’re brushing up against certain traditional mores you might have learned from your upbringing.
Although you may not be willing to ditch all of your history, you do want to stretch a bit, romantically speaking.
This isn’t an all-or-nothing proposition: Dip your toe outside of your comfort zone and see how it feels. Little by little, bit by bit, you’ll decide whether getting radical in your love life is something you want to explore now.
With a New Moon affecting emotional foundations and security, this is a time to have faith in your ability to bring an improvement where one is needed.
There could be a new and deeper level of caregiving or nurturing on offer between you and someone special if you’re attached. In any case, uncertainty or insecurity could vanish with some faith-driven effort applied now.
Sometimes it is ok to just stay at home and cuddle with your loved one. The New Moon is in Leo and in your 4th house. It is highlighting the necessity of allowing yourself to do that.
We are quite conditioned in our society to think that we always need to be out and about with our partners “doing” things all the time because otherwise we risk getting “bored” and that would supposedly jeopardize our connection.
However, it is equally important that you are able to be with your partner in stillness and emptiness, to be able to hold one another and know that being in one another’s presence no matter where you are, is enough.
This is a great time to pour your loving energy into your home space, making it a space that allows you to drop in with your lover.