Relationship transits don’t necessarily mean you attract the person you want. Sometimes they help you draw in the person you need. There are factors of compatibility and figuring out your Venusian Vibe,
Whenever you are relating to someone with powerful synastry between you, it’s like you’re having a permanent transit of whatever planet is involved.
Huh? If you’re want to know the transits most likely to result in a committed relationship, see Timing Love and Money.
Synastry is the comparison of two charts. Let’s say you have a lover and their Saturn is right on your Moon. Whenever you’re with this character or they are in your life, you may as well be having a Saturn-Moon transit.
Alternatively, what if their Mars is on your Venus? That’s like you have a non-stop Mars-Venus transit: You’re operating in a haze of happy pheromones. Lust for life? Lust for damned well everything.
You tend to attract peeps into your life who reflect the transit you are having. If you need to brush up on your Saturn management skills, along comes an inspirational haute Capricorn. If you have a Pluto Transit, you meet Plutonians.
e.g., When Uranus was conjunct my Venus, I only met Aquarius. It got to the point where I knew if a man were interested in me, he’d be like a triple Aquarian AND have his Moon conjunct Uranus.
Unless both people are evolving at the same rate and in similar directions, you often outgrow lovers & partners. It’s sad when you think of the pair-bonded forever ideal but perhaps perfectly natural? Just as transits represent phases in our lives, so too do people. A Mars-Venus high-chemistry relationship may be fantastic for a while but then, just like the Moon, you enter a new phase.
You could desire a more Saturnine relationship, less intoxicating but more focussed on constructing a working life together.
You can be dating your planets. Once you figure what is going on and that’s a relationship transit or rather a person who synchronizes with that transit, you can assess the actual dynamic.
And btw, that seven-year itch thing? It’s a Uranian cycle. Or one-quarter of a full Saturn cycle. Whenever you want some super-rad insights, assess your life in seven-year cycles. Flashback, btw, can help with retro-auditing.