the love planet, feels very much at home in sensitive
Pisces. These two make a highly refined couple that
understands the spiritual side of romance and the more
subtle elements of art and
astrologers believe that Venus is exalted in Pisces. This means that the nature
of the planet is lifted to a higher level of expression in this sign. The idea
of unconditional love is perfectly expressed by this pair. Pisces recognizes no
boundaries and includes all that it feels. Loving Venus in this sign is about
relationships that are unconditional and spiritual in nature.
Venus is in Pisces, we all have opportunities to appreciate people without the
need to "own" them. There is a spaciousness to relationships that permits higher
and higher levels of connection with lesser degrees of control. Love may be experienced
in the purest of forms now.
are some potential pitfalls here, however. A lack of discrimination can mean that
romance is foolishly projected onto an unworthy subject. Dreams of perfect partnership
can sow illusions that lead to future disappointment. There is also the possibility
that one can go too far in adapting to another's needs to gain approval. Pisces'
tendency to adapt means that we may sacrifice too much of who we really are to
avoid conflict or disruption within a relationship.
heightened sensitivity to criticism or the judgments of others can lead to some
painful moments during this period. A way to avoid this is to remember that perfection
is not just something to aspire to; it is something that already exists in each
of us. Accepting ourselves as fully as we are ready to accept others is a good
way to bring Pisces' spiritual potentials down to Earth
at this time.
is associated with the arts in general, and the voice in particular. It's no surprise
that such illustrious female singers as Barbra Streisand, Diana
Ross, Billie Holiday and Celine
Dion were all born with Venus in Pisces. The artistic expression (Venus)
of fantasy (Pisces) is perfect for actresses Patricia Arquette, Drew
Davis, Laura Dern, Bridget Fonda, Michelle
Pfeiffer and Vanessa Redgrave, as well as actors John
Travolta, Sidney Poitier and Michael
Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Charles Dickens, Vladimir Nabokov, Anais Nin, Edgar
Allan Poe, Carl Sandburg and Jules Verne all reflect the rich Venus in Pisces
imagination in their work.
spiritual side of Venus in Pisces is well represented by metaphysician Manley
Palmer Hall, mystical musician George Harrison, well-armed guru Elizabeth Clare
Prophet, psychedelic meditator Ram Dass, new age writer-actress
Shirley MacLaine, author Ken Keyes and social activist Dr. Martin Luther King.
famous people with Venus in Pisces have promulgated their own ideas about love.
They are Cosmopolitan's Helen Gurley Brown, Playboy's
and the one and only Casanova.