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The 7th House In Astrology

When has it ever seemed that the romantic relationship you're now in was eerily similar to the one you had in the past? In situations like these, you may have to recognize to yourself that the problem is not with them, but with yourself. Alternatively, to be more cosmically particular, it may be your 7th house in astrology, which is concerned with long-term relationships.

Michele Sievert
Michele Sievert
Mar 02, 202210K Shares325.3K Views
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The Seventh House is commonly referred to as the House of Partnership. With this house, we see a shift away from the self toward another — a partner. By cooperating with and relating to another we unite for the purpose of achieving something. Purpose is important to the Seventh House — the act of accomplishing something great or small for the self, the partnership and even society as a whole. In uniting with another, we also become a more valuable member of our world: we make a contribution, one small cog in the wheel of life. We have purpose. Cooperation and partnership help to expedite our purpose in life.

Through a partnership, we fill out our essential being. Suddenly, we see ourselves in context. Through a partnership in which we work, play, love and/or create, we are fully formed and completed. The other half helps to make us whole. Ultimately, how we relate to others will help to define the success we have as a human being and as a member of humankind.

The 7th House In Astrology

It is usually believed that the 7th house in Astrologyis related with the sign of Libra since it is an angular house. Its planetary ruler is Venus, and it is regarded as the house that governs interactions and partnerships between the native and other individuals in his or her environment. The Descendant (or DC) cusp of the 7th house is located on an axis with the 1st house, and it is represented by the number 7. As the 1st house is the home of the self, the 7th house is the house of the others; it governs every one-on-one connection in the native's life, even open adversaries, as we shall see in the next section.

A person's marriage and relationship with his or her spouse are governed by the 7th house of astrology. The sign on the cusp of the house, as well as any planets in the house, may reveal a great deal about the temperament of the partner. As far as astrology is concerned, a marriage does not always have anything to dowith the actual wedding ceremony. Someone can be astrologically married even if the ceremony does not take place, as long as there is a strong tie between the two people involved in the partnership. The reason that a large number of wedding ceremonies are held at sunset is that the Sun (and maybe Mercury and Venus) are placed in the sky area that corresponds to the seventh house at that time of day. As a result, the light of the Sun shines through the house of unity, increasing the likelihood that the marriage will be joyful and stable in the future. It is probable that transits to planets in the seventh house will herald the beginning of a long-term relationship, as well as its eventual termination. It is necessary to pay attention to all concerns of partnership if the seventh house is vacant. In this instance, the governing planet of the sign-in which the 7th house cusp falls is to be noted.

A charming phase in the couple's marital life is brought about when slow-moving planets transit the planets in the house of the ruler that we described earlier, forming a trine or sextile between them. Squares and oppositions, on the other hand, have a highly negative effect and cause confusion. This would be significantly more severe if the transiting planet was one of the outer planets, such as Uranus, Pluto, or Saturn. However, the nature of the changes that conjunctions bring to a relationship is entirely dependent on the planetary combination as well as the state of the 7th house ruler and planets that are present in that house.

As previously said, the 7th house is all about collaborations and partnerships. Because it is directly opposite the 1st house, it reflects our attitude toward our other companions. A wide variety of career bonds, contracts, and agreements are issued by this organization. The house governs business partners as well as the native's connection with them; close business associates may become an important part of one's everyday life, and it is a typical occurrence for marriage-like behaviors to manifest themselves between them. This is very normal and does not suggest any form of sexuality; it is quite natural for two couples who spend long hours together every day to feel more solid and linked on a deeper level.

Also considered a 7th house problems are the native's second kid and the grandmother and grandfather from one's mother's side of the family. The house also rules legal concerns, litigation, and contracts, therefore those who have unpleasant aspected planets inside should be extremely cautious about the documents they sign and how much time they spend on them. Aside from that, the 7th house governs open adversaries, as well as the potential consequences of disputes and power struggles with them. The fact that marriage and open enemies are both ruled by the same house may seem strange at first, but if one looks at the ways in which most couples interact on a regular basis, one may notice a lot of common tendencies.

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