I published a post the other day where I mentioned that I was eager to put on some nice clothes so that I could get out of my house and wander around. I’m feeling a little more “out there” with both the sun and Venus in my fifth house.
That got me thinking about what I miss the most since the pandemic began: the feedback I receive when I’m able to express my creativity through my wardrobe. But now I’m sort of wondering if the desire to receive feedback from my peers has more to do with the sun and Venus in my fifth house, or if it has more to do with all the planets still lingering in Aquarius. I associate the fifth house with creative self-expression, but I also associate the sign of Aquarius with things like social media and popularity in general. Am I craving feedback regarding my fashion sense to boost my ego, or am I just lonely after being stuck in my house for most of the winter?
I’m not really sure about how to interpret the current cosmic circumstances. I did watch another fashion show today that made me feel inspired and more hopeful about the future, so I am leaning toward believing that the fifth-house influence is more responsible for how I’m feeling at the moment. Also, the idea that I find the warm, earthy tones that were prevalent in this Bally presentation so desirable makes me feel as if the position of the sun and Venus are affecting my mood more than Mercury, Jupiter and Saturn in Aquarius.
But I could be wrong! I have noticed that people seem awfully needy lately on social media, and that could have something to do with the Aquarius transits. It will be interesting to see if that changes when Jupiter dips into Pisces temporarily when the weather warms up. Until then, I’m going to have to pay attention to the way I feel so that I can attempt to determine if this a “trend” in my own horoscope or something greater. Am I “fishing for compliments” because the sun and Venus are transiting Pisces and my fifth house, or are we all just desiring a greater degree of social connection during this brief but profound age of Aquarius?
I’ll let you know when I know . . .