02-14-2006, 03:17 PM
I can only imagine how difficult Valentine's Day would be for anyone who has had their heart broken...I hope you are able to move on from this relationship when the time feels right to you and emerge a stronger person from the experience.
Here is your horary chart:
Best of luck,
02-24-2006, 02:52 PM
Sorry this chart hasn't been commented on sooner, it's just I thought it had been replied to.
Two things here show how completely engrossed you still are with this ex-lover. (at least, at the time of the question) Mars, his significator is in the 1st house, so within your domain and immediate thoughts, and your significator Venus is in Capricorn, the sign of Mars' exaltation, so you are still crazy about this ex, you exalt him, put him on a pedestal.
Mars is in Venus' sign, so despite the fact that he is commited to somebody else, he still has love for you and thinks fondly of you. This would be a source of discomfort to him however, as Mars is detriment in Taurus, so thoughts of your past relationship and the feeling he still has for you may cause him also to be sad, yet obviously, he is ready to move on.
For your depressive state I would look to the 12th cusp, for 'self un-doing'. The 12th is ruled by Jupiter, and Jupiter is conjunct the DC, showing how the source of this expansive and all consuming (Jupiter) depression is directly associated with the ex lover whom you so exalt. This is also described in that Jupiter is in Mars' sign, your ex-lovers significator.
Venus is very closely sextile with Jupiter, and had perfected three minutes before asking your question. Having such a close aspect with Jupiter shows how keenly this depression over lost love had been felt on this day, not suprising as you asked this question on Valentine's day, when any of us who are single begin to think of lost love.
The good news is that Venus will be separating from it's sextile with Jupiter, describing how your pining over the ex will come to diminish over time. So yes, you will overcome your depression.
I think you were just experiencing heartache particularly strongly as it was Valentine's day. We all go through hurtful nostalgia at times; thinking of how our failed relationship could have, should have or would have been.
You'll be fine, you're (or were) just experiencing a bit of heartache, which is only human.
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