Saturn highlights relationships and partnerships in the sign of the Scales.
Fair-minded Libra constantly struggles to maintain a sense of balance, so this placement forces you to evaluate how your needs match up against the people in your life. Communication skills, as well as the needs and desires of the self and of other people, are highlighted here. Are your personal relationships serving you or holding you back? Do you feel inspired and supported, or are you putting forth all the effort and not getting as much back? Saturn's presence in Libra can help you sort these issues out and find a better sense of harmony with the people in your life.
Saturn in Libra: Significance & Meaning
Element And Modality: Air & Cardinal
Positive keywords for Saturn in Libra:
Negative keywords for Saturn in Libra:
- Dead Set
Saturn in Libra Personality
Saturn has a refining effect in Libra. He rejects wavering and shallowness. As a result, Saturn in Libra is less off-kilter than the average Libra placement. All planets in Libra are on the eternal quest for balance, but Saturn lends a single-mindedness to usually diffuse Libra.
Saturn in Libra maintains a nobility in their conduct. Saturn being the planet of duty, these folks truly seek to devote themselves to some righteous cause—whether it be humanitarian or even in love. In the latter, Saturn strips Libra of its rose-colored glasses, encouraging them to engage only in relationships that serve their highest good.
Those with their Saturn in Libra just don't want to be lonely. With Saturn's restrictions on their relationships and their own strict expectations, love may come to these folks later in life and only after a few bumps in the road. However, these individuals should take care not to become disillusioned. The love they seek is waiting for them!
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