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Venus Starving Sun: yes, it makes sense!


Mona
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Hello Ernst and everyone,

Thanks for another great Master class course. You asked if this made sense and my answer is yes, it definitely does make sense to my Sun/Venus conjunction in Libra. I have a double whammy, let's make it a triple since Venus is also combust. 

I've heard several times motivational coaches ask: "what would you do if you had all the money in the world?". To me though, the following question always felt more relevant: "what would you do if you didn't care about what other people think?". It's still a hard one to answer if I'm being truly honest. 

When it comes to stories, I grew up in Morroco in the '70s and early '80s when freedom of expression was not fully established. My parents, though separated, lived together in the same house to avoid social complications. The house had 2 "aisles", one parent in each. My mom also was concerned about the danger of being a single woman living alone in a foreign country. I grew up being told that speaking ill of the King would mean ending up in prison and also hearing assassination stories. So, being worried about what the neighbors may think (which has always been my mom's favorite sentence, even after we moved back to France) was actually taken to another level. Being yourself could have severe repercussions. 

Thanks for shedding some light on this starvation, it really helps.

Mona

PS: I adore Morroco and the people of Morroco, this is my home in many ways, I got married there and I wouldn't want to change anything about the years I've spent there.  Am merely describing the context I grew up in (and my perception of it as a little girl)

 

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That was a hoot! I had a good laugh at “Good little puppies” and “What will people think”! Funny how it plays out in the Rahu-Ketu context.

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@manisha Oh my, I love that you picked up on the "good little puppies". I had a good laugh too and, after listening to the video, I had another aha moment: I am my dog's little puppy! Because, yes, sometimes, I wonder how my decisions will affect her... Only one walk today? What will she think? In the meantime, she's putting my astrology books to good use (check her out;)

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LOL. She’s cute. Looking at the title of the book she has chosen, she is soaking up the energy held within the books for her next lifetime 🤣 

Yeah, been there, done that. Been the good little puppy for my dog too, made sure everyone was taken care of, made as little noise as possible, made sure no one was affected adversely, exhausted myself beyond what was humanly possible, got to the point where I was running on empty and still pushing myself, ended up feeling jaded with no emotions left - not even guilt. Sun-Saturn conjunction definitely played its part there.

Not doing it again. No one and nothing is worth that much. To get to that point just for some company, for someone to acknowledge that one exists! What a crazy idea! Glad I finally grew out of that one! 😀 

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@manisha Hurray to you! 😍

(and when it comes to my dog, she was a Princess, she is a Princess and she will be a Princess, easy astrology 🤣...)

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It’s such a shame that we carry this one from relationship to relationship. On one hand, it does not feel right to do so much for someone, and on the other hand, it does not feel right when someone does not need anything from you. “What do you mean by you don’t need anything from me? Then how can I make you feel happy/fulfilled/worthy?”

When I think of those people, especially children, who get molested and taken advantage of in the worst ways possible because of an avastha like this, I feel grateful for my parent’s over-protectiveness. 

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@manisha We, human beings, are so vulnerable for many years after we're born. While no parents are perfect, am also grateful for mine.

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