So I'm standing on Venus on the outer wheel of the chart - and I point to the left - and that is the resolution Node. Could it really be that easy!? Thank you.Rad:
Many thanks for elucidating the resolution to the missed steps.
When speaking to this woman about her missed steps, she advised that she had a relationship with a man with many Virgo planets situated around her South Node 8th and her Saturn 9th. This man's Venus had conjuncted her South Node exactly at 17 degrees.
The 4-year relationship was very important to her at the time; she said he had taught her how to love. He had been of great service to her in many ways, but there had been a difficult issue around his resources, how much he would provide her, and his reluctance to do so. She felt those issues were resolved and eventually they separated. The issue of the partner's resources had been a recurring theme in other relationships.
She also speaks about her spiritual beliefs providing her with strength and faith (NN ruler Neptune in Libra 9th). These days she is studying floristry and is happy being self-reliant.
Another interesting fact about this woman is that she has 6 daughters (not all the same father): 5th house Venus, resolution Node 2nd!
Is it safe to say that the missed steps could have been resolved via love relationship(s), since Venus 5th is the planet squaring the Nodes? Or perhaps, to be more accurate, the missed steps were resolved via the North Node, with ruler Neptune in Libra 9th spiritual beliefs facilitating self-reliance and self-esteem?
We've determined that the resolution node is the North Node, but what role does the South Node play? I thought it was obvious that the relationship (mentioned above) was brought in from the karmic past since his Venus exactly fell on her South Node.
Perhaps that relationship helped her resolve the missed steps (to see herself as her own symbol of transformation, to become self-reliant, and these resolutions facilitated by the gaining of strength and faith from her spiritual belief system, and lessons of equality and ethics in relationship). What do you think please?Rad said:
I can't see this chart. It's too small. You either need to post the data or post a chart in a normal way as specified on the first page of how to do that.
By clicking once on the small chart, it magnifies to a larger chart. Could you please confirm that you are able to do this? If not, I will send the chart in the other way specified.
Thank you, Rad and Steve; it is great receiving clear instructions on this topic.