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Tuesday, May 14, 2024

What Your Natal Venus Sign Means for Your Love Life

Venus’ current transit is a wonderful opportunity to learn exactly what you're looking for in a partner.

Do you know what you’re looking for in your love life? Venus’ Retrograde in Capricorn, which comes to an end January 29, is shining a light and refining matters of love for all of us. So now is a great time to take a look at what you truly seek.

Whether you are currently dating or partnered, Venus transits are prime times for evaluating matters of love, relationships, value and worth. Her evolutionary intent is for each of you to form bonds and relationships with people who help develop certain aspects of your personality. So this retrograde movement of hers is a wonderful time to reflect, reevaluate and reprioritize who/what you love (including yourself), so you can align with your best and highest potentials.

While finding the recipe for love is complex and unique to each person, the recipe for who/what you crave in a partner is simple…if you know your natal Venus sign. (Don’t know it? Visit cafeastrology.com/whats-my-venus-sign.html and enter your birth date, time and place.) Your Venus sign in your natal charts reveals certain love life needs. It also reconnects you with what you value in a relationship and reveals what makes you feel your most attractive! Let’s look at yours…

Now that you know your Natal Venus Sign (NVS), use it to design your personal vibe and aesthetic so you feel more attractive and magnetic. And then relax and enjoy the love in the air this season, as Venus leaves an imprint on our hearts.

Each planet represents one feature in a chart, and no feature should be considered separately from the rest. To learn more about your chart, or receive more guidance on your chart or life personality, sign up at, rachelletrahancoaching.as.me.         

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