“I want a fingerprint of my own and I want credibility, and that’s all I want. I just want some substance to my existence.” – Lisa Marie Presley (Venus in Capricorn)

“Find out who you are and do it on purpose.” – Dolly Parton (Venus in Capricorn)

“I find the same thing sexy in a man now as I always have: humor. I love it when they are funny. It’s to die for.” -Diane Keaton (Venus in Capricorn)

If you were born when Venus was in the constellation of Capricorn, the Sea-Goat…

Venus likes to be around other people; her sign describes our social nature. Unlike some other Venus signs, being alone isn’t something a Venus in Capricorn born fears or dreads. Not at all. They need regular periods of alone time, as solitude helps them to relax, to recover their peace of mind and sanity. This Venus sign is the archetype of the hermit. Wait, if that sounds a bit unglamorous, au contraire! Think Tyra Banks and Scarlett Johansson, also Venus in Capricorn babes. Point is, Venus in Capricorn is industrious, and she needs alone time to accomplish a creative work that brings her happiness. No one accomplishes greatness if they’re too busy entertaining and cavorting to sit down and focus; as other Venus signs flit about looking for a new someone or something that suits her fancy, Venus in Capricorn knuckles down. She gets intimate with an art, craft or hobby; she explores more deeply her love for genealogy, her craft for collaging and scrap-booking, or architectural design. In pursuit of pleasure, she can accomplish some serious fun.

A Venus in Capricorn in love…

Venus in Capricorn needs to be in a loving, interdependent relationship, and yet not actually need the other person to be complete. If that sounds like a paradoxical task, it is -but it’s not impossible! Venus in Capricorn is separating love from need, because in loving relationship, the thing she most needs to learn is to stand on her own two feet. To be self-reliant. To trust her own authority within a loving partnership. Her love ally is someone with experience and a clear grip on reality, and this someone is a responsible adult. A partner with self-direction, who demonstrates sparkling clarity and maturity, who is equally self-sufficient and reliable as she, sets the space for a lifelong bond.

What this Venus sign needs to keep the love going…

Virginia Woolfe, a Venus in Capricorn born, wrote, A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction. How does this need for ‘a room of one’s own’ play out in relationship – a bond that relies on total togetherness? An ideal relationship has two rooms. Room for two individual people who lead their own lives independent of the other, and also room for the two to meet and come together tenderly, as one. Structurally, rooms are bound spaces, so boundaries of space, time and personal need to be negotiated, understood and mutually honored by both. Obviously, not everyone one meets will enjoy this self-reliant, contained, yet interdependent style of partnership- but the Venus in Capricorn person does!

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