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JUNO

topic posted Sun, June 25, 2006 - 8:03 AM by  Metaphysics
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The asteroids represent a facet of your own inner goddess. These are the personal and intimate whispers that define your divinity, the subtle variations of your innermost energies and wisdom. They never replace the emphasis and qualities of the planets and luminaries but enhance and deepen your self knowledge and your relationship with the universe and your life.

Juno defines where you seek commitment, harmony and balance. It helps understand where you balance the need for commitment and intimacy with personal freedom and can help you identify the kind of marriage partner you attract or how you perceive their qualities. In many ways it explains your own behavior within committed relationships and the path you walk to bring physical expression towards spiritual understanding within the union.

Juno in Aries: You need to express your strength and your independence within a commitment and you are likely to experience a form of competition with mates and partners. You see your partners as viable opponents, comrades and fellow pioneers and need to feel their enthusiasm for your quests and adventures. You tend to be the dominant one within relationships and work on expressing your creative power and imagination through role playing and the balance of harmony. You work through your intimate expressions with a dedication to surmounting new plateaus of understanding, physical experience and vibrancy. You often grapple with the concepts of commitment-independence wanting one and then the other until you are comfortable both in purusing your own needs and experiences and allowing your partner to venture their own path.

June in taurus: Your ideal of commitment is steady, dedicated, grounded and loyal. You want a solid and harmonious union that can stand the test of time. You are not particularly adventuress as a partner but enjoy sensual pleasures that are created by true bonds and shared goals. You see your partners as supplying the strength and the support to your life. You are dedicated and faithful when you invest your heart and expect the same of your lover. You can be possessive and controlling and/or attract those qualities in a mate. The thought of independence can often scare you as it applies to both commitment and freedom and is an area that you will tend to focus on as you share your life with a partner.You hold a very solid and unmovable ideals around commitments and are willing to stand for them.

Juno in Gemini: Your ideal commitment is versatile, active and involves a heavy exchange of ideals, thoughts and camaraderie. You are likely to use a platform of friendship to cement bonds and see your partner as an independent spirit capable of pursuing their own needs and ideas likewise you have a need to be able to follow your thoughts and dreams and pursue them through various activities and friendships. You can suddenly grow nervous and high strung when aspects of partnerships seem unclear or lose their 'fit'. Communication on both sides is an important component to work at and allows misunderstandings to be cleared before they can cause trouble.

Juno in Cancer: Your ideal partnership is one of safety, traditions and nurturing. You like to care for and be cared for. You tend to attach emotionally and/or attract the same from partners. You commit with body, heart and soul to unions and very much take on the wounds and needs of your partner often to their dismay. You can need a lot of attention and are prone to feeling invalid or unfulfilled if you are not supplying your own emotional needs and independence. Personal independence (either your own or your partners) can leave you feeling insecure and is an area that needs to be fortified. Your love is unending and protective and usually eternal.

Juno in Leo: You need an emotional, dramatic and fulfilling partner who can express himself with style and genuine feeling. You create a regal setting for commitments and are generous, generally devoted and loving. You enjoy feeling special and being treated with care and dignity and return the efforts without second thought. Your attachment to a partnership is secure as long as you feel appreciated and not taken for granted. You like being seen and letting others know your commitments and your partners. You see your mate as the 'king'....strong and protective with high ideals and vision. If he falls short you can feel abandoned or disillusioned. You seldom turn back once you have made an emotional decision regarding a partnership.

Juno in Virgo: You need a commitment that is structured, steady and supportive. You expect a mate to help you heal both personal wounds and their own wounds through the interactions and through the union itself. You have high ideals of virtue and loyalty and hold them for yourself as well as for your partner. You need to feel appreciated in your efforts to keep the bond vibrant and you are not afraid to invest the work that makes a commitment long lasting and viable. You are supportive and expect to be supportive. You balance intimacy with freedom by focusing on your job, work or career goals and do not tolerate being pulled from your sense of duty and obligation. You expect your partner to hold his own responsibilities up first and foremost.

Juno in Libra: Your ideal partnership is refined, romantic and physically and verbally expressive. You need a mate who is balanced, artistic and even tempered. You tend to see your partner as being the centering factor of your world and learn to balance your own needs, desires and thoughts with your love of outer harmony and peace. You learn to honor your strong spirit without repressing your style while embracing and enjoying the differences you share and the spark of life that creates both friction and ease between you and your partner. You want and will seek out a certain equality within your relationships and you cannot tolerate injustice or unfairness. Your mate will also tend to be poetic and noble, with intelligence and gentleness.

June in Scorpio: You require a mate who is passionate, loyal, attentive and strong. Your greatest work is done in the area of independence and possessiveness learning that personal freedom does not weaken the bond nor the level of trust that grows through time and faith. Your long terms partners will tend to be both penetrating and controlling, sensual and magnetic and will usually be quiet and secretive rather than overtly mysterious or powerful. Partners can tend to be demanding and high maintenance and loyalty and trustworthiness are ongoing issues and growing fields. Sexuality is an important playing field for relationship growth and understanding and must never be used as a tool of battle but rather as a committed way to explore the unions of hearts and bodies.

Juno in Sagittarius: Your mate will tend to be liberal and outspoken, philosophical and competitive. You see your relationships as joyful Mecca's to explore the delights of the world and both demand and give personal freedom and independence. You balance a need to experience life on your own terms with sharing your ideals and visions with your life partner. Spiritual horizons are areas to explore together and provide a sense of competition and shared camaraderie that can strengthen your commitment to one another. Your mate is likely to have an avid interest in sports, competitions, law, philosophy, spirituality or the outdoors. This is shared ground that can help you build towards the future and keeps the relationship lively and renewed.

Juno in Capricorn: Your ideal partner will be somewhat conservative, with an ability to uphold responsibilities and obligations. You have strong beliefs and principals attached to unions and committed relationships and will believe in loyalty, trust and security. Your partner may be somewhat reserved and find it hard to express emotions or you may play that role yourself in your partnerships. You tend to wait before committing but generally have long lasting unions that grow stronger as time passes. You are likely to experience 'young love' later in life and may marry relatively late. You have an earthy and grounded sexuality that is exciting and captivating to your mate.

Juno in Aquarius: Your mate will tend to be freedom oriented, progressive, friendly rather than passionate, insecure in personal and romantic expressions and concerned with ideals and progress. Likewise you tend to react with spontaneity and impulsiveness within your committed relationships and are distressed at the thought of losing personal independence and freedom. You need a friend, a comrade and someone who can at least understand your need for constant new ideas, mental challenges and altruistic goals. Equality is an important word to you and is an area that will capture your focus and your attention as you learn to adjust to working together towards shared causes. Your relationships will tend to be trend setters and unique in some obvious way setting them apart from the traditional forms of commitments.

Juno in Pisces: Your partners will tend to be imaginative and poetic dreamers. They are feeling and emotional beings who are likely to have difficulties adjusting to what feel like the harsh realities of the world. In the same manner you can be emotional and attached to your partners and use your commitments as safe haven that shelters you from the environment. You need to balance your ability to love unconditionally with self love and self faith. Commitments are spiritual fields that allow you to tap into both your inner resources of visions, feelings and intuitions. You seek security and inner peace through your intimate interactions.
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  • Re: JUNO

    Sun, June 25, 2006 - 8:07 AM
    Juno - The Queen of Heaven Goddess

    Juno represents both the need for relationship and the refusal to accept inequality within the context of a relationship. She represents the struggle to balance the need for intimacy with the opposing need for freedom - needs which both partners have, although one of these needs may be projected onto the partner. She can also represent the need to take marriage as a sacred trust, a way that leads to spiritual fulfillment through the reconciliation of the opposites in a state of union.
    • Re: JUNO

      Sun, June 25, 2006 - 8:24 AM
      Juno in Aries hopes to find strong, pioneering mates who will penalize them for all indiscretions. Either one of these partners could have literal temper tantrums to get his / her own way. One partner becomes the authority figure who judges the other. They like for their mates to be active in public affairs.

      Juno in Taurus personalizes the iron fist in the velvet glove. With this placement comes fiscal responsibility such as is needed by treasurers of large organizations or corporations. These people choose mates who are reliable and practical but have appreciation of valuable possessions.

      Juno in Gemini wants spouses who interact as playmates. Open communication is one of the benefits of these situations. For them, legal alliances hamper mental freedom. They prefer structured relationships with close friends and relatives. One partner usually becomes more advanced socially or more highly educated, leaving the other behind in the position of dependent child.

      Juno in Cancer uses emotional means of getting what he or she feels is his or her due reward. This placement can mean subtle manipulation of others. When these native feel hurt or unfairly treated, they will go to any lengths to exact justice. They seek mates who are concerned with traditions and who will accept the responsibility of home and family.

      Juno in Leo accentuates the drive for equality in legal partnerships. Not only do they desire perpetual lovers with a flair of showmanship, but also they wish to share the spotlight with their mates. Casual affairs are difficult because of strong feelings concerning responsibility in creative relationships. They often lose their composure when faced with exceptions to their own standards.

      Juno in Virgo will be fair, according to their own code of justice. They want mates who are clean almost to the point of phobia, who are precise and unassuming in public. These natives are very particular about daily details in permanent relationships. They will be fair as long as everyone is fair to them.

      Juno in Libra seeks mates who are harmonious, artistic, musical and intelligent. They like beauty and balance at home. Because Libra tempers and softens energies, marital rapport may be more easily reached on mental levels than on physical planes. They believe in equal partnerships where all live up to the letter of the law.

      Juno in Scorpio brings a strong sense of fairness and sensitivity to obligations. They like to keep things private. Strong, silent mates would appeal to these natives. This placement is difficult for open communications.

      Juno in Sagittarius wants freedom for both partners in relationships. They will be happy with mates who bring travel and new interests into their lives. These natives can meet and overcome their problems, but they don't always. In several instances, these people were wed to their careers.

      Juno in Capricorn brings executive ability. These people are demanding in relationships because they expect everyone to work as hard as they do. Their feelings toward others spring from their own deep sense of responsibility. Sometimes these natives serve others and are upset by lack of appreciation.

      Juno in Aquarius restricts legal relationships. In marriage, these natives do not want true equality, preferring either to adore their mates or to demand subservience from them. This position structures humanitarian projects and ideas. While seeking truly free and outspoken mates, they may have problems with such unusual people.

      Juno in Pisces gives the ability to subtly manoeuver others into their way of thinking. This is typical of a Queen Mother working behind the scenes to lead people subconsciously into the preferred paths. Their skills vary as to the momentary need. They prefer mates who are deeply and quietly religious.
      • Re: JUNO

        Sun, June 25, 2006 - 8:24 AM
        (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch)

        Juno in Aries individuals need independence and freedom in relationships. Outbursts of temper and anger are the release mechanisms for the frustrated need for autonomy. The suppression of identity needs can give rise to illnesses such as migraine headaches (a common housewife's ailment). Attraction to a domineering and assertive individual is possible when one projects one's power onto the partner.

        Juno in Taurus people need to have stability and groundedness in their relationships. The partner must be dependable, reliable, and exude the sensual contact of 'being there'. Nagging, complaining about money, and excessive need to possess tangible assets, can result from fears of abandonment, financial impoverishment, and physical insecurity. People might either experience these traits or attract partners who express the malcontent.

        Juno in Gemini indicates the need to have verbal stimulation and exchange in the relationship. The acpacity to discuss day-to-day plans and having a variety of activities in which to participate together are essential ingredients. A lack of daily communication can lead to nervous tension, inner mental agitation of imagined dialogues, or continual verbal monologues. There can exist the desire for more than one mate and an ability to handle multiple relationships.

        Juno in Cancer people desire emotional closeness and nurturing from their relationship. Sharing food as ritual and a strong emphasis on home life are essential. Moodiness, withdrawal, clinging, and dependent behavior arise when these emotional needs are not secured.

        Juno in Leo individuals need admiration and excitment in their relationship. The romantic rites of courtship need to continue intot he marriage, and the person must take pride in teh aprtner. Being taken for granted, rejected, or ignored can produce egocentric, selfish behavior, and inappropriate means of gaining attention.

        Juno in Virgo people desire to achieve perefection in the relationship. A willingness of the partner to engage in analyzing day-to-day functioning and adjusting daily habit patterns contributes to the sense of a working relationship. This individual may become overly critical, faultfinding, and compulsive when his or her partner is unwilling to make these adjustments.

        Juno in Libra individuals need to feel as an equal and require a fair give-and-take in their relationship. Consultation from their partner on decision-making, and respect and approval for their ideas, are required. When equality needs are not being met, this individual can become unco-operative, or excessively competitive, or can even engage in direct combat.

        Juno in Scorpio people crave emotional and sexual intensity, and intimate bonding with the partner. There can exist the tendency to attempt to control the partner, or to desire exclusive attention from him. Jealousy, manipulation, and territorialitiy or sexual withdrawal are reactions to the thwarting or denial of these needs.

        Juno in Sagittarius individuals require intellectual stimulation with their partner. Consensus on a belief system or a mutually shared vision of the future is required. Rigid insistence on one's own beliefs, religious fanaticism, or inflated expectations of the future can result when a unifying vision is not shared.

        Juno in Capricorn people seek depth and the assurance of long-term commitment in their relationship, and therefore may need the security of traditional and legally sanctioned forms. These individuals may attempt to control their partners and demand obedience or withdraw emotionally if their need for respect and stability is threatened.

        Juno in Aquarius persons require the freedom to be an individual and have a life apart from the relationship. These individuals need to have the opportunity to experiment with new relationship forms such as open marriage or role reversals. When the Juno in Aquarius partners are denied their freedom, they may engage in non-committal, unreliable, or erratic behavior.

        Juno in Pisces people deisre to realize their highest ideals through their relationship. Complete faith, commitment, and reverence toward / from their partner is what gives meaning and value. Disillusionment, withdrawl, escapism into fantasy and self-deception, martyrdom and victimization result when these idealistic expectations are not met.
        • Re: JUNO

          Sun, June 25, 2006 - 8:24 AM
          Juno in the first house is excessively concerned with the propriety of appearances and actions. These persons consider the effect of their actions on social peer groups. Being able to organize a home makes them good hostesses and housekeepers. Mates are necessary to complete their pictures of themselves.

          Juno in the second house regiments the affections, thus keeping relationships balanced so that each person gives to a certain point and then denies the partner. Even though there is polished charm, neither spouse will be sympathetic to the emotional trauma of another. There is possessive intolerance of the mates' creative expressions. These natives treat their partners like library shelf books - valued possessions kept on the shelves.

          Juno in the third house prefers to keep all relationships within accepted norms. Siblings and friends are supposed to fit their molds of respectability. In many ways, other people hinder freedom of study and travel for these natives. Juno tends to structure the mind. There is concern with mundane social rituals.

          Juno in the fourth house wawts traditional relationship roles observed in his / her homes. These people will try to force their positions on their families by emotional methods. Legal spouses are important for their emotional stability. They want husbands or wives to stand by them regardless of personal feelings. One important consideration is how their mates fit into their family homes. In other words, parental approval of marriage is important.

          Juno in the fifth house structures creative drive or suppresses individual love nature. Creativity and purpose in others strikes a chord with these natives. Nomally there is denial of any activity foreign to the established social code. They may restrict children's activities with their mates. This placement hinders love affairs.

          Juno in the sixth house may serve or be served by thier mates. In some cases, partners work together in the same offices or companies. These natives tend to consider their marriages as accepted duties and responsibilities without too much emotion. They seem married to their jobs.

          Juno in the seventh house brings a combination of influences. These people want everyone to fit into theri patterns. Sometimes this placement brings critical females into their lives. Other people seem to control their destiny. Juno here makes people act from subconscious drives.

          Juno in the eighth house may attract mates with resources. There are opportunities to regenerate through their legal mates. An inner confidence makes these natives feel it unnecessary to defend their positions to others. They are adamant about carrying out their own wishes or beliefs to the extent of defying authority.

          Juno in the ninth house may mean that these natives travel with their partners. If these people bestow favors or gifts, they expect something in return. When others do not reciprocate, they are disappointed and frustrated. They have to work for benefits which they receive in life, so they would not be termed lucky.

          Juno in the tenth house is restrictive in relationships. These people take their career responsibilities so seriously that they overextend themselves. They are very particular about their actions in public, and would never openly challenge morals of the day. Matees may bring either honor or disgrace to these natives. Other people let them carry the burdens of responsibility. Sometimes these people work for their mates.

          Juno in the eleventh house restricts activities with friends and groups. There can be difficulty in establishing equality and communications in legal partnerships or marriages. Just being married makes these natives feel restricted.

          Juno in the twelfth house is outspoken in a proper way. Though they don't observe the rules of etiquette, these people enjoy subtle manoeuvering of others. Women with this placement use make-up skillfully. They can also be 'con artists' in their fields of endeavor.

          • Re: JUNO

            Sun, June 25, 2006 - 8:25 AM
            (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch)

            Juno in the first house correlates personal identity with being a partner to someone else. Relationship is self-expression, and this individual may feel more secure to be herself or himself when she or he has the support of a partner. This individual must learn the lessons of how to initiate relationship encounters, how to approach others, and how to get along with them. The most important relationship interactions will occur in how one presents oneself to others.

            Juno in the second house implies that value is placed in the financial amd material security derived from their relationship. Mutual interdependency in providing for each other's needs is an important factor in compatibility. This person's most important relationship interactions will occur in teh area of attachments and possessions.

            Juno in the third house sugests that intellectual and verbal communication are required for fulfillment of relationship needs. The partner often serves as a catalyst for one's own self-understanding. The most important relationship interactions will occur in the area of daily communication and networking with others.

            Juno in the fourth house represents the need for a secure relationship as the foundation for the rest of life's activities. This can be an idealized version of 'mate as nurturer' - one who provides (or needs providing for) home, food, comfort, and support. The most important relationship interactions will occur in the area of one's personal, private domain or with the family.

            Juno in the fifth house indicates that the relationship can be used to inspire and support one's personal creativity. Children often contribute to the sense of creative fulfillment. Thus, the major focus of the partnership can often center on parenting. The most important relationship interactions will occur with one's children, lovers, or creative endeavors.

            Juno in the sixth house people desire to be able to work efficiently and constructively with their partner, and may feel that a large part of the relationship function consists of keeping the day-to-day details of life in order. The most important relationship interactions will occur with employers and coworkers in one's job, or with health or service-related issues.

            Juno in the seventh house persons place primary emphasis on the value of marital, business or other intimate partnerships. The need to co-operate with others and form lifelong primary relationships becomes a major focus throughout the lifetime. The most important relationship interactions will occur in one-to-one encounters with another.

            Juno in the eighth house individuals thrive on the intensity of emotional peak experiences in their relationship. Partners often put each other through continual changes and transformations. The most important relationship interactions will concern mutual finances and possessions, as well as the issues of trust, power, and sexuality.

            Juno in the ninth house people seek meaning and truth through their relationships. There needs to exist a mutual respect for each other's mind. Oftentimes a person 'marries' his or her teacher or vision quest. The most important relationship interactions will occur in the area of ideas, philosophical concepts, or foreign contacts.

            Juno in the tenth house can signify the person who 'marries' his or her career. In addition, one's relationship may be on public display or provide a role model for other people to emulate (e.g. the political wife). Parnterhsip may become the means for gaining social status. The most important relationship interactions occur through one's profession or career.

            Juno in the eleventh house individuals need friendship and acceptance from the partner. One's 'relationship unit' needs to be able to extend into friends and group associations, e.g. extended family forms, social and political activism, and group marriage. There is a visionary dimension represented by Juno in the eleventh house that revolutionizes old relationship forms. The most important relationship interactions will occur with friends and social associates.

            Juno in the twelfth house is significant in the karmic aspect of relationships. Often the partnerships one magnetizes have a destined quality to them. There may seem to be no visible reason for the union; but underlying the surface is an emotional power that one cannot deny. The visible relationship is only the tip of an iceberg whose antecedent causes go back into past lifetimes. Yet, it is these unconscious aspects that surface and dominate the relationship interplay. Sometimes the partner may be disabled or ill, so that one needs to selflessly serve and make amends to him or her. In other cases, the partner may be a victim, and one must learn to release him or her and let him or her evolve on his or her own. Juno in the twelfth house individuals may experience loss, denial, or death of their partner. On a spiritual level, partnership is connected to a desire to merge with the infinite. Where mysticism, dreams, ideals, and yearnings are shared, this placement can signify an ecstatic union.
            • Re: JUNO

              Sun, June 25, 2006 - 8:25 AM
              Juno in aspect to Sun

              (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch)

              The relating principle combines with identity and purpose. This combination indicates that learning to harmoniously interact with others becomes a major life theme.

              Harmonious aspects depict a sensitivity to others and a gift for developing harmony and intimacy in a partnership. Because they see relationships as fundamental to a fulfilled life, these individuals will be committed to perfecting relationships as well as supporting their partners' individuality.

              Stressful aspects point to potential conflicts between one's need for individuality and the need for relatedness. This could lead either to the stifling of personal expression or to a blockage in forming ongoing relationships. In the latter case, the desire for a meaningful relationship may become a lifelong challenge. Jealousy, mistrust, or power struggles with the partner are some of the obstacles that may have to be transformed for the harmonious relationship to occur.

              Juno-Sun individuals are often attracted to solar, magnetic types. If the projection is overdone, the partner may be egocentric, grandiose, or chilish.

              The resolution of these challenges lies in developing a relationship structure that provides equality, honesty, and mutual support.

              (Martha Lang-Westcott)

              Harmonious aspects: Ambitions are pursued with the partner (but partner is apt to insist on top-billing!); marriage and the partner are credited with 'the making of he man (or woman)'.

              Inharmonious aspects: To feel that a marriage or partner is destructive either to your growth or to your well-being; the marriage or partner forces you to live and act uncharacteristically; one can't seem to be 'oneself' with the partner or within the marriage.



              Juno in aspect to Moon

              (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch)

              The relatedness principle combines with emotional responsiveness. This combination indicates that the fulfillment of one's emotional needs is linked to having a meaningful relationship.

              Harmonious aspects imply the capacity for sensitivity and empathy toward others. These individuals have the ability to be nurturing, supportive, and understanding of their partners. This aspect is particularly appropriate for counsellors and performing artists who can feel the emotions of others and respond to them.

              Stressful aspects point to potential conflicts between meeting one's emotional needs and those of the partner. The tendency may exist to project unconscious needs onto the partner or to become a reflection of the partner's own desires. Feelings of insecurity in either of the partners may bring out possessiveness, jealousy, or dependency. In addition, this individual may use emotional outbursts such as crying or throwing temper tantrums to manipulate and control the mate.

              Juno-Moon individuals are often attracted to sympathetic and feeling (lunar) types. If the projection is overdone, the partner may manifest as moody, dependent, or smothering.

              The resolution of these challenges lies in learning to find emotional security and fulfillment within oneself as well as through the partnership.

              (Martha Lang-Westcott)

              Inharmonious aspects: To attract parnters who need a 'Mommy' more than a mate; there are unequal emotional levels and exchanges, along with non-reciprocated emotional demands; emotions and memories are used to 'get even' or to play a 'one-up-manship game' within the relationship; needs, nurturance demands and emotions continually knock the partnership off balance.



              Juno in aspect to Mercury

              (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch)

              The relatedness principle combines with mental expression. This combination emphasizes the importance of mental and verbal communication in one's relationships.

              Harmonious aspects indicate the capacity to articulate important ideas, concerns, and feelings to one's partner. Such clairy in daily communications contributes to sharing and intimacy. This is an excellent aspect for those in the communications professions such as teachers, counsellors, salespeople, etc..

              Stressful aspects point to potential communications difficulties between partners which can result in frequent arguments, disputes, and mental games. The individual with this aspect may also experience communication problems in daily interactions with others. In some instances, words may be used to manipulate and denigrate other people.

              Juno-Mercury individuals are often attracted to mental and intellectual (i.e., mercurial) types. If the projection is overdone, the partner may manifest as rationalizing, detached, or cold.

              The resolution of these challenges lies in learning how to listen without judgement to another's point of view. Then you can clearly and impartially express your own repsonse, thereby engaging in meaningful communication.

              (Martha Lang-Westcott)

              The conjunction and harmonious aspects: Mental score-keeping; thinking is focused on financial estimates and hypersensitivity to 'fairness'; to think of, call or need to speak to the partner frequently; to have incidents (as described by other aspects) through siblings of the partner or in the relationship of one's own partner and siblings; to seek a 'sibling-style' relationship - the significant other is more like a brother or sister than a mate; to have relationships with people who are reminiscent (in appeaarance or behavior) of the siblings; to have understanding and communication be a priority in a relationship.




              Juno in aspect to Venus

              (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch)

              The relatedness principle combines with the feminine principle of love and sexuality. This combination emphasizes the romantic and aesthetic dimensions of relationship.

              Harmonious aspects indicate the ability to infuse love and the appreciation of beauty into one's relationships. As part of creating a fulfilling relationship, these individuals can make themselves beautiful and sexually desirable to their partner. They may also engage in artistically creative parnterships.

              Stressful aspects can point to potential conflicts betwen love and relationships. These people may experience difficulties in living with the person they love, may find the sexual and romantic aspects of relating frustrating, or may vainly attempt to validate their femininity through a relationship. Other problems can include jealousy, fear of sexual betrayal, or competitive rivalry.

              Juno-Venus individuals can be attracted to artistic and sensual (Venusian) types. If the projection is overdone, the partner may manifest as overly accommodating, self-indulgent, or superficial (beauty's only skin-deep).

              The resolution of these challenges lies in learning to devleop an inner appreciation of one's beaity and self-worth which is not dependent upon the opinions of others.

              (Martha Lang-Westcott)

              The conjunction: To keep the peace or to work at making compromises; to appreciate the partner and the relationship, to recognise its good points and strengths; to discuss money, art or values with the partner.



              Juno in aspect to Mars

              (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch)

              The relatedness principle combines with the masculine principle of action and assertion. This combination emphasizes the challenge of co-operation versus competition that arises in relationships.

              Harmonious aspects link energy, dynamism, and productivity to a relationship. Intense passion and sexual finesse may contribute to relationship fulfilment. These individuals may experience the desire to protect and defend their intimate partners.

              Stressful aspects point to potential fonclicts between the assertion and co-operation urges, leading to the problem of domination / subjugation in the partnership. These individuals may express anger, aggression, or insensitivity in their relationships. In some cases, the need to prove one's masculinity through sexual performance may be present.

              Juno-Mars individuals may attract wilful, assertive, and energetic (martial) types. If the proection is overdone, the partner can manifest as violent, self-centered, or abusive.

              The resolution of these challenges lies in integating the competitive, ego-oriented will of Mars with Juno's desire for co-operative union and harmony.



              Juno in aspect to Jupiter

              (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch)

              The relatedness principle combines with the expansive / broadening urge. This combination emphasizes the mythic process symbolized by Juno and Jupiter as idealized husband and wife.

              Harmonious aspectes describe a search for truth and meaning in and through relationships. Often, these individuals will experience the desire for a complete 'meeting of the minds' on mental, emotional, sexual, and spiritual levels. They may also choose to work withe apartner for the advancement of a shared philosophical, educational, or religious belief system.

              Stressful aspects point to potential conflict between the ideals and the reality of one's relationship. These individuals, like Juno herself, may experience frustration, resentment, and despair in their intimate partnerships, and may subsequently strive to correct the inequalities and injustices. This aspect may also depict an exaggerated emphasis on the importance of rleationships.

              Juno-Jupiter individuals are attracted to philosophical and adventuresome types. If the projection is overdone, the partner may be arrogant, self-righteous, and extravagant.

              The resolution of these challenges lies in the development of a mutually agreeable moral and philosophical code which allows for balance and equality within a partnership. For the health of the planet, this balance should extend to relationships between all men and women.

              (Martha Lang-Westcott)

              The conjunction: To travel with the partner; to speak long-distance; to discuss philosophy (or another Jupiterian matter); to have a partner who travels or is involved in a Jupiterian profession (such as law or academe).



              Juno in aspect to Saturn

              (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch)

              The relatedness principle combines with the urge to create form and structure. This combination can signify a solid, grounded, and realistic approach toward relationships.

              Harmonious aspects represent the capacity for loyalty, longevity, and commitment in one's relationships. These individuals can work to build structures of lasting value for themselves and others. They also have the ability to work with others in business partnerships and other financial concerns.

              Stressful aspects denote that one's limiting belief systems, personal insecurities, or fears of commitment may become obstacles to forming meaningful relationships. These individuals may remain with a partner out of social pressure, a sense of duty, or the desire for material security. This in turn can lead to feelings of oppression, frustration, and dependency. In some instances, fears of closeness and intimacy may block the formation of lasting unions.

              Juno-Saturn individuals can be attracted to serious, older, responsible, parental types who can provide safety and security; or, they may also attract people who expect them to fill this role. If this projection is overdone, the partner may be authoritarian, or colr, or may function exclusively as a parent or child.

              The resolution of these challenges lies in building realistic steps to create a secure relationships which supports each partner's development. It may be necessary to transform one's limiting belief systems about partnerships in order to release past fears and insecurities.

              (Martha Lang-Westcott)

              The conjunction: To feel that the partner's career, ambitions or responsibilities place limitations, delays or sceudles on the relationship; incidents of irresponsibility in partnership; to have the relationship be more of a work partnership; to have increased fears of abandonment or infidelity; to be dependent on the partner for stability and structure; to be overly strategic, fearful, cautious or cold in dealing wiht others.

              Inharmonious aspects: To view the partner as a responsibility; to have trouble being spontaneous with the partner; to feel hampered or restrcted by a relationship; to have difficulty adjusting to the responsibilities and roles of a marriage.



              Juno in aspect to Uranus

              (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch)

              The relatedness principle combines with individuality and intuition. This combination shows the potential to revolutionise tradtional relationship role models by universalising the relating urge to include any and all types of relationships.

              Harmonious aspects can symbolize the ability to bring new cisions and formulations to relationship roles and functions. These partners have the capacity to create changes and excitement, and tncourage individual feedom in their interactions. Their relationships may be seen as innovative, unusual, or radical.

              Stressful aspects point to potential conflicts between one's need for personal freedom and the demands of the relationship. Fears of confinement and restriction can lead to erratic and unreliable commitments that produce frequent separations. These individuals may experience discomfort in participating in 'traditional' role expectations, and thus have a difficult time confoming to social norms of how a relationship should be.

              Juno-Uranus individuals may be attracted to unconventional, original, or rebellious types. If the projection is overdone, the partner may be erratic, irresponsible, or just plain weird.

              The resolution of these challenges lies in integrating one's individuality and independence into a committed partnership. This can occur when each partner acknowledges and supports the other's need for freedom while maintaining a loving bond.

              (Martha Lang-Westcott)

              Harmonious and inharmonious aspects: Sudden leave-taking, ruptures and disruptions in a marriage; unexpected outbursts and changes; to act indifferent to the fate fo the marriage; experiments with 'open' marriage or breaking of marriage rules / roles; unusual marriage; relationship must allow for much individual freedom... along with the freedom to have outside friends and interests.



              Juno in aspect to Neptune

              (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch)

              The relatedness principle combines with the transcendent urge. This combination can symbolize psychic sensitivity and idealism in relationships.

              Harmonious aspects may point to the capacity for telepathic rapport, empathy, and compassion in relationships. These people may project high ideals onto their relationships, desiring a mystical, spiritual union or dedicating the relationship to a social cause. They may also work harmoniously with others in artistic pursuits, or can infuse fantasy and imagination into their relationships.

              Stressful aspects point to potential discrepancies between one's ideals and the reality of relationships. Unrealistic perceptions and expectations can lead to disillusionment and disappointment. Other problems may include deception, inappropriate self-sacrifice, or victimization.

              Juno-Neptune individuals may attract mystical, poetic, or artistic types in relationships. If the projection is overdone, however, the partner may be deluded, chronically ill, or deceitful.

              The resolution of these challenges lies in learning to seek the infinite from one's spiritual communion rather than from another human being.

              Juno in aspect to Pluto

              (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch)

              The relatedness principle combines with the transformative urge. This combination symbolizes the personal and social transformation of relationship attitudes and roles.

              Harmonious aspects can indicate the capacity to experience deep personal transformation through a partnership. These individual can transmute the emotional and sexual intensity of their interactions for healing, strengthening, and personal regeneration. They also may exert a powerful influence over others or use the partnership energies to engage in Plutonian activities, e.g. peak experiences, research, healing, etc..

              Stressful aspects point to potential conflicts between personal power and relationship needs. These individuals may experince violent or compulsive power struggles with the partner that may lead to his domination or destruction. Deep-seated resentments may continue long after the relationship has ended. Other problems may include sexual difficulties, intense jealousy, or prolonged attachment.

              Juno-Pluto individuals may be attracted to intense, secretive, powerful, or occult types. If the projection is overdone, the partner may be dictatorial, violent, or destructive.

              The resolution of these challenges lies in transforming personal power into mutual trust and fusion. Learning to forgive oneself and one's partner will bring about the much-needed healing.



              Juno in aspect to the Ascendant

              (Martha Lang-Westcott)

              Harmonious and inharmonious aspects: To feel unable to cope, or to continually get thrown off-balance due to issues in the marriage or because of difficulties with the partner; issues that deal with 'appearance' or personality / fa├žade are troublesome and become pressure-points between the partners. The trouble in the marriage is registered as 'constant' and ongoing; preoccupation with relationship issues or others.



              Juno in aspect to the Midheaven

              (Martha Lang-Westcott)

              The conjunction and harmonious aspects: Careers in accounting or estimating; to work with a partner.
              • Re: JUNO

                Mon, November 24, 2008 - 12:02 PM

                I think it's time to revisit our Inner goddesses - asteroids

                I have Juno 10th house in Leo
                • Re: JUNO

                  Mon, November 24, 2008 - 5:07 PM
                  awwwww come on.. how do I find my Juno chaz????
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                    Re: JUNO

                    Mon, November 24, 2008 - 5:17 PM
                    ok I manged to find a quick one to tell me what my JUNO is but no house : (

                    Your Juno is in Cancer ( those emotions again ach!)

                    Emotions rule the Juno in Cancer; if your partner fulfills you emotionally everything else will follow in line. If your partner is emotionally cold or too grasping you will feel quite on edge; Juno-Cancer's strong suit is not holding up under emotional pressure. If your partner meets your needs, however, you are extremely loving and nurturing in long-term relationships. You treat others with tenderness and care, making you much sought-after and adored. The past is very important to you; you remember anniversaries and touching occasions which you celebrate with loving remembrances. That same remembrance of the past is your downfall, however; you may remember past hurts too keenly and be reluctant to be vulnerable. Love requires that vulnerability and you'd be wise to remember the lessons you've learned from past hurts but to remember that it's important not to guard your emotions with an iron fist and to be a little less sensitive.
                    • Re: JUNO

                      Mon, November 24, 2008 - 5:31 PM
                      that was from astrology.com.. forgot to site ..oopsy!
                      • Re: JUNO

                        Mon, November 24, 2008 - 8:48 PM
                        at www.astro.com you can find the position of Juno (& many other asteroids) on the extended chart selections page

                        love all-ways,
                        mem
                        • Re: JUNO

                          Mon, November 24, 2008 - 9:13 PM
                          I dont know how to read charts .sorry : (
                          but thank you MaryE : )

                          maybe you can tell me? Thanks!

                          www.astro.com/cgi/chart.cgi
                          • Re: JUNO

                            Mon, November 24, 2008 - 9:17 PM
                            I think its in the 6th house.
                            so my JUNO is Cancer in 6 H
                            • Re: JUNO

                              Tue, November 25, 2008 - 12:13 AM
                              yup ~ see, you can read charts!

                              love all-ways,
                              mem
                              • Re: JUNO

                                Tue, November 25, 2008 - 5:55 AM
                                Thank you Mem : )
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                                  Re: JUNO

                                  Tue, November 25, 2008 - 2:21 PM
                                  i have juno at 9 sag conjunct neptune at 7 sag and lilith at 7 sag...all in third house... i also have mars at 14 sag, but think that is too wide an orb for an asteroid :-)
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                                    Re: JUNO

                                    Tue, November 25, 2008 - 2:22 PM
                                    oh yes i also have my ascendant at 10 libra and pluto at 5 libra...
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                                      Re: JUNO

                                      Tue, November 25, 2008 - 2:34 PM
                                      MeM,

                                      neptune,lilith, conjunct juno sounds like trouble....arghhh...lol
                                      • Re: JUNO

                                        Tue, November 25, 2008 - 3:07 PM
                                        or at least sadomasochism/bondage & discipline ~ kinky! ;)

                                        love all-ways,
                                        mem

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                                          Re: JUNO

                                          Tue, November 25, 2008 - 3:15 PM
                                          i am pretty boring actually...lol.... the conjunction is in sag...so not very bondage-like....lol...
                                          • Re: JUNO

                                            Tue, November 25, 2008 - 3:41 PM

                                            Juno in Relationships

                                            Juno in Aries individuals need independence and freedom in relationships. Outbursts of temper and anger are the release mechanisms for the frustrated need for autonomy. The suppression of identity needs can give rise to illnesses such as migraine headaches (a common housewife's ailment). Attraction to a domineering and assertive individual is possible when one projects one's power onto the partner.

                                            Juno in Taurus people need to have stability and groundedness in their relationships. The partner must be dependable, reliable, and exude the sensual contact of 'being there'. Nagging, complaining about money, and excessive need to possess tangible assets, can result from fears of abandonment, financial impoverishment, and physical insecurity. People might either experience these traits or attract partners who express the malcontent.

                                            Juno in Gemini indicates the need to have verbal stimulation and exchange in the relationship. The acpacity to discuss day-to-day plans and having a variety of activities in which to participate together are essential ingredients. A lack of daily communication can lead to nervous tension, inner mental agitation of imagined dialogues, or continual verbal monologues. There can exist the desire for more than one mate and an ability to handle multiple relationships.

                                            Juno in Cancer people desire emotional closeness and nurturing from their relationship. Sharing food as ritual and a strong emphasis on home life are essential. Moodiness, withdrawal, clinging, and dependent behavior arise when these emotional needs are not secured.

                                            Juno in Leo individuals need admiration and excitment in their relationship. The romantic rites of courtship need to continue intot he marriage, and the person must take pride in teh aprtner. Being taken for granted, rejected, or ignored can produce egocentric, selfish behavior, and inappropriate means of gaining attention.

                                            Juno in Virgo people desire to achieve perefection in the relationship. A willingness of the partner to engage in analyzing day-to-day functioning and adjusting daily habit patterns contributes to the sense of a working relationship. This individual may become overly critical, faultfinding, and compulsive when his or her partner is unwilling to make these adjustments.

                                            Juno in Libra individuals need to feel as an equal and require a fair give-and-take in their relationship. Consultation from their partner on decision-making, and respect and approval for their ideas, are required. When equality needs are not being met, this individual can become unco-operative, or excessively competitive, or can even engage in direct combat.

                                            Juno in Scorpio people crave emotional and sexual intensity, and intimate bonding with the partner. There can exist the tendency to attempt to control the partner, or to desire exclusive attention from him. Jealousy, manipulation, and territorialitiy or sexual withdrawal are reactions to the thwarting or denial of these needs.

                                            Juno in Sagittarius individuals require intellectual stimulation with their partner. Consensus on a belief system or a mutually shared vision of the future is required. Rigid insistence on one's own beliefs, religious fanaticism, or inflated expectations of the future can result when a unifying vision is not shared.

                                            Juno in Capricorn people seek depth and the assurance of long-term commitment in their relationship, and therefore may need the security of traditional and legally sanctioned forms. These individuals may attempt to control their partners and demand obedience or withdraw emotionally if their need for respect and stability is threatened.

                                            Juno in Aquarius persons require the freedom to be an individual and have a life apart from the relationship. These individuals need to have the opportunity to experiment with new relationship forms such as open marriage or role reversals. When the Juno in Aquarius partners are denied their freedom, they may engage in non-committal, unreliable, or erratic behavior.

                                            Juno in Pisces people deisre to realize their highest ideals through their relationship. Complete faith, commitment, and reverence toward / from their partner is what gives meaning and value. Disillusionment, withdrawl, escapism into fantasy and self-deception, martyrdom and victimization result when these idealistic expectations are not met.
                                          • Re: JUNO

                                            Tue, November 25, 2008 - 3:49 PM
                                            the conjunction is in sag...so not very bondage-like....lol...
                                            ~~~~~~~~~~~~
                                            but very interested in reading about it? erotic lit, no?

                                            love all-ways,
                                            mem


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                                              Re: JUNO

                                              Tue, November 25, 2008 - 5:54 PM
                                              MEM,

                                              <<but very interested in reading about it? erotic lit, no? >>

                                              yes i would think that is indicated there...just in a different way or should i say direction as that of things such as bondage...

                                              dark moon lilith 7 sag, neptune 7 sag, juno 9 sag--3rd house
                                              sextile black moon lilith 7 libra & pluto 5 libra--12th house and ascendant 10 libra
                                              and then i have eros at 5 aries 6H which is opposite 12H pluto/BML & trine all that sag stuff

                                              so i see it more as a letting go kind of tranformation involving what i think i know (idealistic but open sag) 3H with 12H & 6H of balancing of physical and spiritual needs... Pluto and BML are at the end of my 12H...things in the dark suface a little & are not completely hidden....i guess maybe a better way to phrase it is...

                                              kind of like letting go of the notion or idea of "control" to really experience equality in a union ... if that makes sense...

                                              my asteroid lilith is in the 4th house conjunct my sun mercury and jupiter and square my first house uranus... this is obviously not erotic...haha...but for me it is the breaking of what i call family traditions or viscious cycles ...a conscious understanding of what is healthy and what is not in relationships...libra uranus--equality it is & capricorn 4H respecting traditions but also seeing which ones need to go ...preparing for aquarius :-)


                                              i think it is interesting how all my liliths, at least the 3 i know of...lol... are aspecting near my asc. or 1st house..BML & DML are sextile with BML at the end of 12H and asteroid lilith aspects my 1st house uranus...

                                              i hope this makes sense...i have a lot going on with transits and my 3H neptune now ...things are clear in my mind, but words fail me...argh

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