The Romance and Passion Meters read the placement of planets on the day of your birth and reveal the levels of romance and passion you have been gifted with in this lifetime. Now you'll know at a glance whether things will be smooth sailing or an uphill battle when it comes to matters of the heart.
Before you jump in... there's a trick to reading the meters. You might think you want a lot of sweet stuff with the Romance meter, but what you really want is balance.
Just imagine... with ONLY good feelings, pleasant times and nothing to break up the monotony, things would get pretty dull (yawn). And TOO much passion can also ruin a relationship.
Without a little breathing room between fights and lusty encounters, you'd tire your lover out fast! A healthy dose of passion means strong physical attraction plus a good argument every now and then.
One more word of caution before you get started…
Remember, no relationship or person is perfect. Even with what seems like the ideal balance of romance and passion, an affair could turn out to be a total flop. It all truly boils down to our free will.
7-10 Over-the-top: diamonds and heartfelt declarations
4-6 Indulgent: flowers, chocolates, back rubs
0-3 Thrify: the occasional rose
7-10: Revved and ready, morning and night.
4-6: Up for it almost anytime
0-3: A bit shy and reserved
You're quite a sensual beast, and an affectionate and generous one with the people that you love and trust. After all, you're not indiscriminately generous, but when you know someone truly needs or deserves it, you can be incredibly indulgent. In love, you go all-out to make sure that your sweetie feels pampered and adored. You love to cook for your honey and give them foot rubs, back massages, tasty little sweet treats -- anything to indulge their senses. They're attracted to you for this mile-wide sensual streak; you're a lot of fun both in the kitchen and in the bedroom! And you're rather set in your ways, so you're made for commitment. Once you fall in love, you're in it for the long haul, and you're both strong and practical enough to realize that every relationship will hit some bumps along the road. You're fine with that; so fine, in fact, that you might end up staying in a relationship past its expiration date, purely because you really don't like change -- even good, beneficial change. You're better at perseverance than initiative, so you'll work best with a partner who can provide the energetic boost to the relationship, but lean on you for comfort and support.
You're really enthusiastic about everything you do, including dating. This can be a great quality when it comes to your love life, because romantic disappointments don't tend to get you down; after a breakup, you're uniquely able to pick yourself right back up again, dust yourself off and get back into the saddle of love. But on the other hand, you're so enthusiastic, optimistic and excessive in your energies that you can take things too far. You might go out with someone you've never even met before, and end up staying out all night -- and at the end of your epic date, you'll declare yourself head over heels in love, even though in reality, you don't actually know them much better than you did when the night began. Your generosity also might push you to spend way too much just to make your date happy. This irrepressible energy of yours probably gets you into as many scrapes as it helps you out of, and balance is definitely needed. Of course, these qualities make you a really fun date! You want to gobble up life, to experience everything as fully and thoroughly as possible; and if you have a fun, cute companion along for the wild ride, so much the better.
You need a lot of freedom, especially in a romantic relationship. You may have a string of short-lived affairs behind you, because as soon as things get too cozy and routine, you find an excuse to bolt. That's okay when you're just dating around and trying out different types of relationships, but what about when you get serious about the dating game? Stability is almost a dirty word to you, and yet, on some level, you crave it. You're actually afraid of commitment, because deep down, you fear that it will inhibit your ability to be fully and truly yourself. In looking for love, that fear is going to make your task harder, that's for sure; but the rewards will be all the sweeter when you find that special someone who can give you the space you need to be yourself, and more importantly, when you grow enough within your own soul to recognize that intimacy doesn't have to equal restriction. In fact, intimacy with another soul should be an expansive experience; a freeing one. But in the meantime, your dates may find you aloof or unreliable, and you'll have to struggle to reach the balance between independence and reaching out to someone else.
Your mind moves fast. Your impressions and decisions come lightning-quick, often leaving others in the dust. You're a thinker and a talker, perhaps more than a doer (or a feeler). But words, ideas, philosophies -- they're all just so interesting! And emotions can get so, well, illogical, and messy. You don't like to be dragged down by heavy emotion; when it happens, you'll analyze and explore the feeling, ultimately intellectualizing it. In love, you want a relationship that lets you explore all your mental wanderings. You're incredibly logical and perceptive, but rarely does your mind stay on one subject for long. Your best date, in fact, will be one where you and your sweetie stay up half the night, riffing together on whatever comes into your minds, no matter how strange or far-reaching it might be. You'd never insist that the conversation take a linear pathway; you're attracted to people who can follow your train of thought wherever it might go. Your tendency, though, is toward intellectualism, and away from emotion. You're mentally curious and restless, and might quickly grow bored with someone who's less intelligent or talkative than you are.
Your natural grasp of human psychology really helps in your romantic relationships, because usually, you know just where your sweetie is coming from -- no matter what they're telling you, or how distanced they might be from their own feelings or motivations. Even during an argument, you're able to keep a clear and intuitive grasp on what's really going on. You know that what's going on on the surface isn't necessarily the whole story; there's a whole world of emotion underneath that bears exploring. When you get deeply involved with someone special, they'll really appreciate this quality of yours, even if at times it overwhelms them. They might have the feeling that they can't keep anything hidden from you! On the other hand, they'll feel truly understood, thoroughly known -- sometimes uncomfortably, but usually refreshingly so. You also speak as powerfully as your mind works, so you're able to present your case well when the occasion demands it. You have a serious, sharp mind that serves you well in most areas of your life -- your work, your studies, your relationships, and your knowledge of yourself and your own mind.
Whatever your dating experiences have been or will be, you'll learn from them. You take a rather serious view of life, and a sober approach to it -- not in a stick-in-the-mud kind of way, just in a steady, considered way. You're a practical thinker, which means that you don't like to make the same mistake too many times before learning your lesson. If you've had a love affair that went wrong, you may regret it or you may not; but either way, you learned the lessons implicit in the experience, and odds are, you won't repeat the same mistakes again. In love, you're attracted to people who are as serious-minded as you are. Frivolous banter over cocktails can be fun, but it can also put you on edge, making you wonder what's beneath your date's glittery surface. You might think they're hiding something if they come across as too glib or polished -- and who knows? You may be right. On the other hand, finding a mate who's more of a smooth-talking, socially graceful type could be a nice counterbalance to your more sober, pragmatic personality. And you, in turn, have that sharp mind and great powers of concentration as gifts to add to the mix.
Try to find a lover who remains calm even in an argument, someone who is open, communicative and supportive, because these aren't your greatest strengths in a relationship, and getting involved with another person who gets angry rather than opening up will only spell disaster for the affair. That's your tendency -- to misunderstand your lover and respond with anger, the cold shoulder or any of a host of other behaviors that aren't really conducive to resolving the issue. You've probably been through more than one relationship in the past that was marked by bad communication -- frequent misunderstandings, arguments, suspicions and hurt feelings. You may have been possessive of your sweetie because you never felt like you could fully trust them; maybe you never felt as though you had a real handle on how they actually spent their time, and with whom. Good communication would have dispelled your insecurities, of course, but it's hard for you to communicate well with someone you love. You get irrational in a relationship and start acting instead of thinking, or listening. Learning to calm down and open your ears is one of your challenges in life.
You're an incredibly romantic and demonstrative lover. You adore the sighs and caresses of lovemaking almost more than the act itself; you love making your sweetie feel cherished, head to toe. You're all about the sweet, sensual approach to affection, and foreplay is definitely one of your strengths! Foot rubs, flowers, poems, chocolates -- you'll pull out all the stops to woo your heart's desire. And you don't lack in persistence, either. You're perfectly willing to take the slow, steady, long-term approach if that's what it takes to crumble your lover's walls and get to the sweet stuff within. This approach works especially well for you because your heart is true, as is your devotion. You don't fall in and out of love fast; you take your time at it, enjoying every step of the way. So when you say 'I love you,' you mean it. When you say 'I'll always be there for you,' you're serious. And you let your honey know that, in no uncertain terms. Your only flaw in love, in fact, may be that you can go overboard with the affection and the declarations of love! Make sure that you don't smother your sweetie with all your loving intentions, and you'll create a love that's steady and true.
You're not one to lie back and let your lover make all the effort in your relationship. For you, love is essential to happiness, and you recognize that making it last is one thing; making it work for both of you, long-term, in a satisfying way, is yet another. You're attracted to a lover who is every bit as charming as you are, and who takes as much pride in their appearance as you do. For you, it's understood: Part of love is showing your partner respect, which includes keeping yourself up and always being your charming, flirtatious self -- even if you've been together fifty years and counting! Trust and physical affection are also biggies for you; you love to cuddle, and while you won't put things harshly to your sweetie -- you recognize the value of sugarcoating things from time to time, in order to maintain harmony -- you're committed to honesty and loyalty. And you expect the same from your partner. If anyone has a chance at finding and maintaining a long-term love, it's you, because you're ready, willing and able to put in the effort in order to make that happen. Your reward? A love as sensual, affectionate and fun as you can make it!
You're a true romantic. You have an enormous heart, and you see no reason to hold back from enthusiastically heaping love and adoration on anyone you deem deserving -- which can include your friends, your family, your date, your dog, the stray kitty down the street... You have a heart that's brimming and even overflowing with love and generosity, and your main challenge in life is figuring out what to do with it all! You're an incurable optimist as well, and you infect everyone around you with your sense of the world as a benevolent place. You're very popular and well-loved; everyone likes to be around someone as positive and generous as you are. When you're out on a date with someone special, you're likely to treat them to an excellent, lavish meal and anything else they want -- all on your tab -- because you so want them to enjoy themselves, and your company. Just remember, you don't have to buy anyone's affection. Some restraint is often in order, especially if you're lavishing your generosity on someone you don't know well, who may turn out later not to be worthy. But telling you to hold back is like telling the sun not to shine -- impossible!
You fall in love fast, in a blaze of passion; and then, all that sensation dies out as quickly as it erupted. You might swing back and forth between two extremes in love, one minute incredibly attracted to your honey and passionate about your involvement with them, but the next minute, incredibly remote in your feelings. You can go lightning-fast from heated passion to icy indifference -- so fast that it even throws you off, not to mention your lover. And you're so enmeshed in the polarity of your emotions that you might even convince yourself that you've fallen out of love, even though five minutes ago, you were burning with it... And therein lies one of your main challenges in love: learning how to be more consistent in your affections and in your response to your honey. It's no fun for them or for you to constantly go up and down like a seesaw; some consistency would be really nice. But establishing balance in your love life is going to take more than just a stern talking-to. You're going to have to peruse your emotions and figure out why you're so afraid of commitment, and why relationships make you fear the loss of your freedom.
Fear of rejection is a big issue for you in love, and it's a Catch-22 type of problem -- the more you worry about being rejected, the more you read it into just about anything, even when your sweetie isn't rejecting you at all. Also, your fear of rejection makes you hold back in love when you would really benefit from being more spontaneous, optimistic and aggressive. Instead of spontaneity and optimism, you tend toward possessiveness, pessimism and control. For you, love can be a really trying experience instead of an uplifting, enlightening one. Maybe you watched your parents go through a loveless union, or maybe you've had enough bad experiences of your own not to feel open and trusting with a lover. But whatever the source might be, you really have a hard time letting loose and making yourself vulnerable. You might think that controlling your lover with anger, criticism or possessiveness is better than your own vulnerability, but only when you learn to trust your sweetie -- and to be attracted to trustworthy types in the first place -- will you really evolve as an open, loving person.
Emotions drive you, including your actions and your physical self. You need to feel an emotional connection with someone if sex is going to enter the picture; otherwise, the experience is just too empty to make it worthwhile. When you're in a stable, committed love affair, lovemaking takes on a powerful, tender and emotional flavor. It becomes a way for you to really connect with your sweetie at a deep, intuitive level. In fact, connecting intuitively is one of your strengths. You intuit your honey's needs and desires and respond as well as you can -- sometimes, to your own detriment. There's such a thing as being a little too selfless in love, and there's also such a thing as self-martyrdom. Make sure that your protective, nurturing urges aren't just a play for someone's sympathy or dependency. But generally, this isn't your aim. You truly want to help the people you love, and as long as they're loyal in return, you'll do just about anything for them. Your sex drive may fluctuate according to your emotions, since you're so unable to separate the two; when your relationship takes a dip in this department, just trust that your passion will return as soon as your positive feelings do.
You're incredibly hardworking, and that can be a detriment to your love life. You spend long hours at the office, or wherever it is that you do your work; you put almost all your time and energy into your career, and whatever scraps are left over you tend to put toward your home or your family. You're very duty-driven; whatever you perceive as your responsibilities trump just about everything else in life, and certainly come way before having fun or catching some R and R. That's great for your career, your family and whoever or whatever else is benefitting from your dedicated hard work, but what about you? What about your own pleasure, and the importance of intimacy with another person? Once you decide it's time to bring love into your life, you might approach it like another project at work -- seriously, with concerted effort. That's fine for your job, because it gets results; but you might come across as stiff, sober or inhibited when you're out on a date with someone special. Try not to treat it as a job interview, or to treat them as a potential client! If you can't learn to relax and have a good time now and then, you're liable to be very frustrated on a personal level.
Your philosophy of life is all about practicality and security, and those values inform everything that you do. In romance, you're attracted to people whose intellectual ideas are based on a stable, realistic foundation; whimsical or flaky types usually turn you off, because you have a hard time drumming up lasting affection for someone whom you don't feel certain that you can trust. But while you're so dependent on security, not the least of which is financial security, you're rather indulgent when it comes to yourself -- which creates a funny little paradox. In love, you want a partner who will uphold their half of the relationship, both financially and otherwise -- but you also want them to accept your self-indulgent streak that sometimes pushes you to drop more than you can afford on a new gadget or pair of shoes, or to go for an impromptu weekend excursion even when your credit cards are already near their limits. Under this influence, however, you do make an emotionally open and sensual lover. You seek stability in relationships, and that practical outlook means you don't tend to stay in partnerships that are not a good bet.
You are a seeker. You go through life with your eyes and your heart wide open, and you seek experience and understanding. Your quest will almost certainly lead you to a commitment with someone special, because an intimate relationship is one of the main ways that you learn what life is all about. Love, for you, is an enlightening experience. You get pretty philosophical about it, and you love theorizing about the workings of the human heart with your honey! A lover who's as theoretical and spiritually-minded as you are will be your best choice for a long-term love, because you would feel stifled by someone with little interest in those subjects. Even if you go through restless phases in your love life, being in a romantic partnership will ultimately teach you the most about life. Working with someone who is your spiritual equal is one of the main focuses of your existence; you just have to find that partner who can move forward along the path with you. A commitment in love helps you strengthen your commitment to your spiritual beliefs, so seek a partner who isn't necessarily similar to you in those ways, but who is at least interested in asking the big questions.
You impress your admirers with your bright and active mind, your seemingly limitless stores of knowledge, your enthusiasm for learning and for teaching. You're even a little outrageous at times, and you make a very fun date. But what about a partner in a committed, intimate relationship? That's where things get a little tricky for you. That outrageous streak can go overboard, and instead of seeming zany to your honey, you might actually seem unbalanced. If you're constantly chasing after the next big get-rich-quick scheme or what have you, your sweetie will slowly but surely develop a constant, low-grade sense of 'Uh-oh' whenever you're around. What, they'll wonder, are you going to jump into next? Because like most people close to you, your sweetie knows that you tend to look before you leap, and as often as not, the results aren't good. You don't react well to their attempts to rein you in, either. You can become pretty stubborn about it when you've got a scheme in mind and your honey tries to talk you back down to reality. Your best partner will be someone who can help to balance you out, but who also knows how to break through your defenses.
You are highly protective of your home and everyone in it, so when you're in a long-term, committed relationship, you feel as if you'd do anything for your sweetie, especially if you live together. Though you're deeply committed to and invested in the relationship, however, you may have a hard time showing your truest, most tender feelings of love, because just as you protect your loved ones fiercely, you also protect your own emotions in the same way. You've been hurt in the past, and that has caused you to build a wall around your heart, one that you let crumble only around the people you know and love best. This can be frustrating at times for your lover; if you refuse to let them in, does that mean you don't love or trust them enough? It has a lot more to do with you than with them, but that's still an issue that could come between you from time to time. You don't like taking unnecessary risks, but when it comes down to the wire, you will -- for the sake of something truly important, like your relationship. One thing to work on in the meantime, though, is loosening up about your feelings. Your sweetie wants to know that they delight and amaze you.
Your love affairs go in fits and starts, because you're waging an internal battle between respecting the status quo and following the inner urge to upset the apple cart -- just for the sake of, well, upsetting the apple cart! You tend to lack long-lasting discipline in your relationships. You might go along for a while, toeing the line -- and then, all of a sudden, you'll do something to disturb the stability of the affair, because as much as you want a solid love that you can depend on, you also crave freedom. You might start a silly, unnecessary fight, knowing that it will lead to a breakup, or you might suddenly freeze your lover out with disinterest. You might even get involved with someone new, simply to break free of the chafing bonds of commitment. As a result, you may have a series of affairs behind you that ended badly, and no real sense of how to change this pattern in the future. This is, however, something that you can control. You must recognize this urge for freedom, and force yourself to make measured moves, not impulsive ones -- no matter how much you want to shove that apple cart until it falls on its side, apples tumbling everywhere!
As odd or counterintuitive as it may sound, your intense sexuality could be the undoing of your relationship. But you have deep, strong desires, and you're not one to repress them. When they take hold of you, you want to act on them -- even if you have to do so in a secretive way. And sometimes, acting on your desires, especially secretively, may not be in the best interest of your blossoming or committed love affair. On the other hand, you're very sexually compelling to your lover. You have an innovative mind about new positions to try and new feelings to explore; you like nothing more than to get down and dirty with another person, and find out what it truly is to be human! But this urge to explore 'the dark side' and plumb the depths of your psyche via sexual encounters that lay your soul bare...well, it can get a little too intense at times, for your sweetheart and even for you. On the other hand, intensity, even the disturbing kind, is what you live for, and your strong will can get you through even the darkest moments. And you'll almost certainly come out on the other side with greater self-knowledge of your own truth.
You're all about freedom in your relationships, including your intimate, long-term love affairs -- in a wonderful way. You're not the type that suffers from grass-is-greener syndrome, jumping up and running off anytime a relationship starts to seem stable and committed. That's basic commitment-phobia, and probably isn't one of your issues. Quite to the contrary, you're able to make that commitment, but you make it on your own terms instead of according to what you think you 'should' do. You're not scared of falling for someone who's unusual, or of forming a unique kind of bond or living a unique lifestyle with your honey. In fact, you prefer it! When it comes to love and partnership, you're a real original. If you end up getting married, having kids and 'settling down,' it will definitely be because you want to, and not because your parents, your culture or anything or anyone else pushes you into it. For this reason, your long-term love affairs will be one-of-a-kind, and you'll be drawn your whole life to interesting and unusual types that dance to the beat of their own drummer -- just the way that you do.
You have a strongly intuitive side, but you often misread your inner compass, and if you act according to your instincts, you might find yourself moving in the entirely wrong direction. When it comes to your instincts, you tend to miss the trees in favor of the forest. That means your 'inner eye' isn't attuned to the important little details, or the subtle variations of whatever feeling you're getting. In a romance, for example, you could get a strong sense that things are off with your partner -- but you'll ignore the specifics about your feeling and end up drawing the totally wrong conclusion about what's going on with your sweetie and why. You're seeking the truth, though, and that's the very reason why you so often misread your own signals -- because the truth is such a broadly varied and changeable concept. And it's wonderful that you shoot for the stars in your quest for the truth. But you should always incorporate all your senses, not just your sixth one. Rely on the combination of your inner feelings plus the facts as you can see and understand them, and you'll steer yourself along a straighter track.
While you may get involved in a few flings, you're more able than some to transcend your bodily needs for a higher ideal. Sex just for its own sake may not hold a lot of appeal for you unless other aspects indicate it; you'd much rather connect on a physical level with someone with whom you're emotionally bonded with, because that way, the experience is so much more transcendent and important. Sex without love is basically empty, but sex can be an important growth experience when paired up with true intimacy and emotional attachment. You've always understood that, so you tend to look for relationships that really mean something to you rather than pursuing someone who just appeals to you on a physical level. Love, also, is a spiritual experience for you, one that helps you grow hugely as a human being. If you look back over your life, you'll find that your romantic affairs corresponded with periods of intense personal growth and transformation, and it will always be this way for you. So when you're getting involved with someone new, use this truth about yourself as a barometer for whether the relationship is worth pursuing. If there's more there than simple attraction, it probably is.
Love affairs have always been intense for you, because that is one arena that really lets you progress and transform yourself as a person. While other people might do their best internal work on their own, you're all about relationships and the lessons you can glean through being intimately involved with someone. Of course, 'relationship' can also mean the one you share with your therapist; that would be another wonderful way for you to connect more deeply with yourself and grow to understand and nurture yourself. But love affairs for you tend to be intense and symbiotic, and you rarely come out of them unchanged. A harmonious balance between you and your sweetie is one of your highest ideals, and you're willing to go to great lengths to bring that ideal into reality. You'll work hard on a relationship that's important to you, and you can be very introspective in your quest to make the bond the best that it can be. Just remember not to be too hard on yourself -- you're allowed at least a few flaws and idiosyncrasies! -- and not to subvert your own needs and desires in favor of maintaining harmony. With some effort, you should be able to have both.
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