Firstly, let me thank you profoundly for your boundless positivity and banging creative booya we subscribers get to enjoy from you on the daily. What a gift you are.
If you post this, please keep my details private, as i am a little bit famous. Call me Luna.
In the last five my career as a performer has become amazing. I tour the World constantly getting standing ovations, critical praise and throngs of fans loving me up down and sideways on social media. I am so grateful and do my darndest to share as much sparkly love and genuine Universal ka-pow as I can at every opportunity.
And I am achingly lonely.
I am constantly called beautiful and powerful, yet no men approach. So I attempted the rock star-esque, leap from the stage, select an interesting gentlemen who shows some interest and ‘too bad I’m leaving first thing in the morning so what do you say we…just…?’ and get shut down. Constantly. I’ve tried, then tried NOT trying, all ending in frustrated tears and pillow punching.
The most frustrating part has been all my astro peeps and tarot readings all declare THE BIG ONE IS ALMOST HERE! For years now.
I believe in love and celebrate it in all it’s forms, even when it is not for me. But, Mystic, I’m starting to feel like it’s NOT for me. As my star has risen these last five years, my heart has been sinking.
So instead of becoming bitter, how can an unrequited Love Goddess, just…forget about it. Let it go, and just live joyfully in this fabulous life I’ve been granted, and just….NOT want love anymore? Please tell me it’s possible.
So much love and gratitude,
WOW! This is going to provoke some beautiful wisdom from the peeps on here, i can tell. For my part, I did peek at your chart and two things spring immediately to mind – you are just ending up a transit of Pluto opposite your Cancerian Sun and Lilith.This is huge – so voila you emerging from the underworld furnace of Pluto, creatively fulfilled, celebrated and cashed up.
So hey the reason your astro etc goes on about BIG SCHIZZ going down is that Pluto will trine your Venus in a few years time at the same time that Uranus crosses into your House of Love. That’s not a little love or a casual make-out scenario. This is once in a lifetime loving. 2016 is the Everything.
People often get disheartened that there is not some fabulous love transit just right around the corner – like “hey, wait till the next Full Moon and you won’t believe this.” But the fact is that the Big Love transits are relatively rare. Obviously, if you took more time from your schedule and created some kind of mad business plan for “getting a mate”, you could definitely scratch someone up. You could feng the fuq out of your penthouse or mansion and confidently expect some action as well.
But my feeling is that you’ve been flat out doing the creativity and all that entails and only now that SATURN is opposing your Venus are you getting a more Saturnine paucity consciousness around the whole love thing. Saturn opposite Venus can feel harsh – you run a little audit on things and it can really cramp your style.
That plus you’ve got Pluto starting to activate your Taurean Venus big time, in a way that has not occurred since 1988.
I get that you’re seeking Unrequited Love Goddess tips and wanting to learn the art of graciously letting go of all that need for intimacy and all that but i would just accept that Saturn-Venus can cause you to focus on what’s missing, acknowledge this desire that now feels more urgent (Saturn is a taskmaster, we know it) and look forward to the Awesome that is Uranus crossing into your House of Love with Pluto & Jupiter trine Venus at the same time.
Talk to us about your love life THEN.
Of course, the other argument here would be the All The Single Ladies argument advanced by Kate Bolick in The Atlantic – it is a tremendously erudite article that says (amongst other things) that for various sociological reasons, there are a whole tribe of Alpha woman running around with expectations that their potential partners may not yet have evolved into.
What does everything one else think?
Image: Torkil Gudnason