Venus square Uranus
A natal square between Venus and Uranus means you’ll have to learn how to balance your needs for stability in relationship with your underlying desires for freedom and spontaneous change. You need to keep things moving, and will cause disruption or do something erratic if things within a relationship become too stale, rigid, or conventional. At times, you may become absorbed by an exciting new interest that causes you to detach from the relationships already in place in your life. Through a liberating experience, you may become fascinated by a new vision of what you could create with your life. If so, it will be important to figure out how to begin integrating elements of it into your present circumstances. If you feel unable to embody the newfound sense of authenticity within your life structures and relationships, you could risk dissociating into fantasy, rather than making the insights real in tangible form and expression.
Venus square Uranus gives an interesting love life. Issues involving commitment in close relationships can stem from a strong need for personal independence. You are not bound by the traditional societal or moral standards which apply to marriage and intimate relationships in general. It is not only this need for freedom but also a need for simulation and excitement that can cause instability in your relationships. Stimulation and excitement go hand in hand with change, the prime keyword of Uranus. Although talking about her attitude toward feminism, this need for freedom mainly affects love relationships but also applies to your values and beliefs. Venus rules love, money, and how you rate or value yourself. To maintain a healthy self-image, or to truly love yourself, you must express the spontaneous, electric nature of Uranus.Initially, you may have a tendency to try to fit in or live up to the expectation of family and friends. However, dull friends or a boring lover would cramp your style. You don’t like being tied down or being smothered by love. Enduring such a relationship would result from, or cause, a poor self-image. You would react to this by lashing out or doing something unexpected, like packing up your gear and walking out the door. There is, however, a compromise available between living alone and being in an unhappy relationship. Although you don’t want to attract disloyal or overly eccentric partners, you can find someone who is open-minded, unorthodox, or exciting like yourself. The ideal relationship is one in which both partners are able to express their uniqueness and enjoy freedom. Experimentation in the bedroom would provide the extra stimulation needed to remain satisfied and content over the longer term. Testing and challenging the rules of sexuality and relationship dynamics would also provide the thrills and excitement you desire. This aspect can signify popularity, unique or stunning beauty, and personal charm, plus great imagination and creativity. Just as relationships can start and end in a flash, you may experience some dramatic ups and down with your finances. Impulsiveness makes you fun to be around but can play havoc with your love life and savings.
People with Venus square to Uranus in their birth chart are natural charmers and social butterflies. Driven by strong attractions, tying and the knot of marriage suddenly, then divorcing equally suddenly, may be a common occurrence, instead of eschewing the concept altogether. The choice between personal freedom and stability in a relationship usually has a foregone and predictable conclusion. Satisfaction at any cost and being impervious to reason are features of fixed signs, while in mutable ones one may simply be capricious.
The need for stimulation and the need to break the rules with regards to love and romance is apparent when Venus squares or opposes Uranus in the natal chart. These people can confuse their partners readily with their on-again off-again energy when it comes to matters of the heart. With the opposition, this is especially pronounced–when they are given too much space, they feel unloved, yet when they get the love they seem to crave, they can feel smothered by it. They can alienate partners by adopting an “I don’t care what you do” stance when they feel threatened. The truth is, they do fear rejection like anyone else, but they don’t always want to admit it, and they can turn quite cold when they suspect their partner doesn’t care. The energy of Venus-Uranus in hard aspect is embodied in the expression, “Absence makes the heart grow fonder”. When close to a loved one, they can eventually feel smothered or antsy if the relationship becomes too predictable. They can also detach themselves from living in the moment and enjoying the love they have. When apart, they feel more free to love. This aspect is common in the charts of people who maintain long-distance or otherwise erratic relationships. There can be abrupt beginnings and endings in relationships. They are not very “good” at endings–they can appear quite insensitive, aloof, and brusque. The “let’s be friends” attitude might hurt a partner who felt there was much more to the relationship. These people have a disdain for conventional, traditional, or otherwise “normal” relationships. They need to learn to balance their need for closeness and their need for freedom. They truly detest social pretensions, and insist on being sincere. Being well-liked takes second place to sincerity. There is a strong attraction to all that is different, and all that “shouldn’t” be done in love and in sex. Taste in clothing and art is unusual, original, and unique.
Marked tendency to look for novelty, original and unpublished. Taciturn, lacking balance and measure of things