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Wednesday, 20 January 2016

The Seventh House - House of Partnerships - Why?

For the purpose of sharing this I am going to quote entirely:

House of Partnerships
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 Seventh House shows us that partnerships can take many forms: marriage, business relationships, contracts, legalities, negotiations and agreements. We will cooperate to a greater or lesser extent in these varied partnerships. The quality of that cooperation, in essence how we relate to the other, is key to the Seventh House. Why do we choose this partnership? Is it for love or money? Practical reasons? Social considerations? There are many reasons for uniting with another. We may choose to fill voids we see in ourselves. We may simply want the company and companionship of another. The partnerships we form say a great deal about ourselves and also serve to teach us much. This house wants us to know that the quality of our partnerships will enhance our lives, make them fuller, more special and better for everyone.

Tensions within a partnership also serve to teach us lessons. For this reason, the Seventh House also focuses on the darker side of our unions. Divorce, lawsuits and treaties all fall within this house. At its worst, a partnership may create enemies -- and on a more global scale, these rifts can deteriorate into war. It is our reaction to this adversity which will shape the partnerships yet to come.

The Seventh House is ruled by Libra and the planet Venus.'

http://www.astrology.com/article/houses-seventh.html

As the sun and moon shine in the cycles of time, the celestial dance endures. We cannot have the illusion of perfection without having the reality of seeing clearly and learning our lessons.

Breaking down barriers of communication, to speak from our heart, we then see people from our heart, Then we become more sensitive that other people have their own burdens, pressures and worries too. For someone living geographically in another location, they still have their experiences, their hopes and dreams too. The gathering of souls and sharing from the heart is happening around our world.

Love is not an object or condition that can be demanded, instead we must understand that love is an experience. We are beings of love and we can choose to live and be with love...

When people align in their hearts with love within, those who are resonating on the same energy will also magnify this energy and this is like a light that radiates around our world. 

Love is an energy that souls thrive...Hope endures.

There are a great deal of loving open hearts in America and I believe this is meant to be. Anyone who does not allow the natural growth and progression of the soul's spiritual purpose - this stunts the development of a society and evolution of the human race. This has been happening.

The awakening is necessary now. It is happening now.

Peace be with you
Pauline Maria




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