Do you have an easy time compromising in your romantic partnerships? How much do you allow yourself to bring yourself in relationships and how much do you allow them to do the same?
These are relevant questions to think about today the Moon is in Scorpio and in your 7th house. A large pillar that determines whether a relationship is healthy or successful is having a strong element of reciprocity and mutuality.
This doesn’t mean having a “tit-for-tat” mentality, where you are only doing something because you want or expect something in return.
No, it means that both you and your lover and willing to bring yourselves as fully as you can in relation to one another and being present in the true sense of the world. If you feel like that is something lacking in your partnerships, get curious about how you can shift that.
There could be more than one reason why you feel extra sensitive toward input or insights offered by the one you love.
But before you allow an emotional response to kick in, consider if there is more than a nugget of truth in what is said to you. The truth can smart sometimes. But try to be open-minded and receptive to a well-intended message now.
Do you have a history of talking yourself out of doing things because of fear? It could be that you’re ready to put an end to self-limiting soliloquies.
That darned internal editor of yours is thwarting your joy again, telling you that you shouldn’t do this or shouldn’t do that: Who exactly invited this saboteur anyway?
The Cancer Sun’s harmonious angle to Uranus in your 1st House of Self gives you a permission slip to say yes to love now, especially if your heart is already 100% invested.
Even if you don’t achieve all of your passionate goals right away, giving up is no option.
There is so much potential in your romantic world and you’re starting to believe in yourself again. Things are really changing right now, and it feels glorious to feel this truth deep within your heart.