Gemini 2019 Love Horoscope
Venus and Jupiter may be 2019’s hottest couple, Gemini, but they’re making this year “hot and heavy” for you too!
Their two conjunctions in Sagittarius (January 22 and November 24) promise to turn up the heat in relationships of all kinds. Old passions are reignited, and new prospects appear on the horizon.
But with Jupiter also squaring Neptune three times this year (January 13, June 16, and September 21), there’s a chance it’s too good to be true. Idealized images or expectations of your partner may be at odds with reality—so make sure it’s them you love, not just the idea of them.
Power dynamics are a major theme this year—especially in the fall, when four Libra planets (Mercury, Venus, the sun, and Mars) take turns squaring Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn. All you want is fun, freedom, and fairness… but your partner may be giving off some “authority figure” vibes. Boundaries and structure can be a good thing, but with the South Node also in Capricorn, it’s a slippery slope into unconscious relationship patterns. Be honest with yourself, Gemini, does this relationship make you stronger, or take your power away?
With Saturn and Pluto transiting Capricorn for the foreseeable future, there’s a huge concentration of power in your eighth house… aka, your partner’s resources. Whether it’s financially, emotionally, sexually, or all of the above, you’re relying more heavily on them this year. It’s not necessarily a bad thing—love’s always a give and take, and it’s not about keeping score. Just make sure you’re not depending on anyone to an unhealthy degree… or using someone else to get your own needs met.
If you’ve got a toxic relationship on your hands, the lunar eclipse in Capricorn on July 16 is a great time to eliminate it from your life. It’s also an opportunity to release old dynamics that are no longer working in relationships, so they can be rebuilt on a more solid foundation.
Either way, cultivate your own resources as much as you can this year—after all, Gemini, it’s much sexier to want someone than it is to need them.