A Libra Man Perplexes His Multiple Scorpio Girlfriend
I hope you can shine a light on my little dilemma here. I am a quintuple Scorpio – Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, and Pluto trying to enjoy a relationship with a Libra man. By the way, I say “trying” because he drives me crazy.
For the past five years, I have taken the road of self-care. I’ve done therapy, astrology, meditating and yoga to better myself. I’m trying to evolve from the live-for-drama Scorpio that I used to be. But why is that that my Libra man of seven years always finds a way to let me know that my evolution efforts are in vain every time he feels threatened? Or when I call him out on something?
Is it because something is not structured right within my beliefs? A Libra Man – Scorpio Woman clash? Or is it his Saturn in Scorpio?
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Seven Years Is A Long Time To Be “Trying.”
Seven years is a hell of a long time to be trying. Have you considered that you may have more of a taste for self-knowledge or personal development than this Libra man does? You’re Scorped right up, giving you an innate desire to explore your psychological depths. Evolution is your baseline comfort setting. It may not be his.
And, yes you’re right about Saturn. Seven of the 88 soulmating links involve Saturn. You find strong Saturn ties between people who were meant to meet, learn something profound from one another and move on, wiser for the experience. You being you triggers his Saturn so without knowing much about what else is going on between you, people are defensive around their Saturn areas.
With Saturn and Pluto SO strong from now until well into 2020, you could be approaching fix it or fuq it flashpoint. It’s been seven years of this schooling. Do you want to stay? Is this a stable and healthy dynamic? Because with Uranus in Taurus preparing to oppose every one of your Scorpio points between now and the middle of next decade, you’re going to be wanting more evolution, not less.
Everyone has their Hiss Squad or phalanx of trolls. It is internal, as in an inner chorus of crap or merely external; critics, rivals, frenemies. But you are ideally not sleeping with any of them.
What does everyone else think?