Love profile of Venus in Sagittarius
Venus in Sagittarius idealizes love, making it more of the mind than of the senses. Such devotion may not have great depths of passion but it sparkles like a star in the distant heavens, as though to say, ‘Fix your gaze on me and I will bring you all you desire’. Venus in Sagittarius can be quite flirtatious and seem to have a playboy-playgirl quality about them, and are usually quite idealistic in love. Those with Venus in Sagittarius are drawn to foreigners and those who are philosophical and travel a lot. Venus in Sagittarius falls in and out of love quite fast. Venus in Sagittarius has an adventurous heart in love, seeking to explore the unknown and learn about new customs, cultures and behaviours. Their ideas and beliefs are extremely important to them. If a relationship is going to even stand a slight chance of lasting, they will need a partner that shares their views on the issues of the world- or at least someone that is willing to convert to those beliefs.
If they shares a similar belief system or religion with their partner, this helps them to stay committed, giving them union meaning and a sense of purpose. Independent, it is hard for them to be tied to a relationship that might hamper their freedom. If they are to be in a relationship, it has to start slow and build up over time. Even then, there’s a chance this person will be uncomfortable once the turn has been made into more serious territory. They may grow nervous and turn an eye towards the door once they begin to feel restricted. Even if they seem happy, they may be drawing up exit strategies in the back of their mind. Celebrities with Venus in Sagittarius: Jane Fonda, Whoopi Goldberg, Tina Turner, Christina Aguilera, David Bowie, Kevin Costner. John Malkovich, Gerard Depardieu, Kim Basinger...
How to Love Venus in Sagittarius?
Pleasing Venus in Sagittarius involves allowing them lots of room in the relationship to grow. Avoid getting stuck in a rut, and understand their need to move on. Learn to laugh, but take their rants and raves seriously. Avoid criticizing their beliefs, join them in debates, and philosophize along with them. When they feel the need for more experience, join them! Learn to look past their clumsiness with you and your feelings, and avoid cornering them or forcing them to commit. Play, travel, soaking up the nightlife, discussing world cultures -- these things bond you to a partner-in-adventure.
Female: Women with Venus in Sagittarius pride themselves on their sense of humor, gregariousness and cheerful dispositions. It is important to her to be well-liked and to have lots of friends and admirers. The more popular she is, the better she feel about herself as a woman. Her social calendar is often full because she is kind of a collector of friends and lovers. She is not into emotional drama, and will hightail it out of a heavy or over-analyzed relationship. It may take awhile before she commit to one person, and her experimental side means she will be curious about all things sexual. She will play the field a long time, as part of her overall quest for experience.
Male: Men with this planetary position are most attracted to active, vivacious, friendly and fun-loving women. No intense, possessive or highly emotional types need apply. He want a partner who's more of a buddy than a lover; someone with whom he can do things and share ideas and experiences. He admire knowledge and worldliness, and is fascinated by women who have done things and who know things that he does nor. Tall, slim, athletic women with long legs probably appeal to him most.
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