For Love or Money: Know Your Cards, Play to Win
Unless you live in a cave somewhere, life is about relating – relating to friends, lovers, business partners, people on the phone or on the street, your parents, your kids, your in-laws. Chances are you spend half your time interfacing with someone else, and your heart and your pocketbook depend on it. So how well do you do it? What do you bring to the table in the game of relationships? Do you look before you leap? Are you a risk taker, a wallflower, a mixer, a loner, a seeker, a hider, or a little of all? Do you really know?
When you were born, you were dealt your starting hand – it’s your natal horoscope – and you live with it still. It's all a matter of figuring out what you’re holding and what to do with it, which is what astrology is all about. Especially when it comes to other people. If you play your cards right, everything awaits you. You just have to know what you’ve got to start with.
What this report does for you is sort your relationship cards. Author, journalist, and pioneering relationship astrologer John Townley arranges your personal hand so you know what you’ve got to work with and how to play the game. Planet by planet, he takes a brief but penetrating look at your
- General Nature (Sun)
- Inner Responsiveness (Moon)
- Mentality (Mercury)
- Needs, desires, sexuality (Venus)
- Energy, drive, activity (Mars)
- Expansiveness, growth, success (Jupiter)
- Seriousness, concentration, limitations (Saturn)
- Originality, spontaneity, independence (Uranus)
- Imagination, ideas, spirituality (Neptune)
- Power, fate, mission (Pluto)
Each one is analyzed by sign, house, and aspect, solely as it applies to the way you relate to other people, so nothing else gets in the way. Know yourself as others know you, then play to win. The cards are in your hand, here’s what they are and where to play them.