When it comes to love, every culture has a legend about how we meet “The One”
In the past, “love” did not exist. A marriage was a transaction between families designed to preserve a common interest
“Love” is one of the benefits of modern life. We have the freedom to choose our significant other…
Love grew regardless of borders, race, social status, age, physical appearance, sex …
However, free will sometimes have led to poor choices.
Truth: The better we know ourselves, The better choices we make
Rumi’s poem is correct.
From the Chinese Astrology point of view, what kind of person we choose is already within our chart.
This is a perfect example of being in each other all along:
Tom and Rita are like 2 peas in a pod. They share the same year of birth and they share the element of Fire ( in red ) Their personal relationship is solid, represented by the combination of the Tiger and the Ox
The symbols also describe whether we attract someone who is hardworking, is an employee, works for themselves, someone who is a provider, someone who takes charge, someone who allows you space to grow…
When a couple deviates from those natural settings, the relationship may not feel right
I’ve seen this in many couples during my years of consulting .
However, just like a chart can describe a solution, it can help resolve problems
That is the beauty of being able to work with a natal chart.
Why do some divorcees keep choosing the same kind of person all over again?
Childhood upbringing is one of the contributing causes. Recent negative experiences are also a big factor
Negative emotions leave deep scars that when unresolved, the issues keep repeating themselves over again.
Looking at natal charts can provide the “why” and “when”
Being able to use this information to help ourselves is more important than ever as we transition into higher self awareness