The interpretation examples that we are suggesting are very far from being exhaustive: they only show and outline a general frame describing the issues of the planetary function. They should therefore not be taken literally. Each being brings indeed its own responses, more or less original, to the questions raised by a planetary function. There is no magic formula. Through using the R.E.T. and of the Theory of Ages and combining logic, observation and imagination, you will be able to develop a thousand other possible meanings, a thousand other variations on the same theme.
Generally: switching from the unique to the duo-duel. The concrete impact, the emotional effectiveness, the sensory impact, the way in which standards, codes, concepts, theories, models, goals, projects, images, principles, symbols are experienced and experienced. Relative decentration, search for symmetries. From latent image to fact: desire. From here to near: the personal space opens up, opens up to relationships, links and interpersonal exchanges. From known to knowable: how models materialize. Words are embodied: phonetics. Appearances become palpable: plastic arts.
Psychologically: having epidermal reactions of sympathy or antipathy, desire or fear, liking or disgust, pleasure or pain. To be in search of privileged relationships, based on a common feeling, an affective sharing, a heart-to-heart with one or more beings close to oneself: attachment, kindness, compassion, tenderness, affection, intimate languages, sensoriality. To be sensitive to the sound, the perfume, the color, the sensitive dimension, the emotional depth of words and languages. Let yourself be touched, softened and moved by the appearances and the individuals who express themselves. Live according to the desires aroused by the images and ideals that one carries within oneself.
The positive characteristics of the venusian function are the communicative sociability (trio Extensive representation of which Sun and Mercury are also part) and the affective sensoriality (trio intensive existence which also includes Mars and Neptune).
The Venusian has a tender, friendly, endearing sociability. He knows how to touch, seduce, charm others by the grace of his attitudes, his contagious tenderness, by the sweetness of his language, the gentleness of his manners, the attraction of his natural seduction. Attentive not to hurt anyone, anxious not to shock, he seeks to weave bonds of emotional complicity with others, privileged relationships based on emotional sharing, sentimental outpouring, friendly complicity, and strongly desires the presence of those he loves. Considerate, full of tact and compassion, he needs to give the best of himself to feel accepted from the start, as if he could only really communicate with beings whose sensitivity is so totally in tune with his that he has no effort to make. A single rule seems to govern his relationships with others: that of his instinctive sympathies and antipathies, of his immediate attractions and repulsions, of the seduction that people exert on him and that he exerts on them.
The Venusian is voluptuous, sensory, sensual. He likes above all to smell, feel, feel, touch, experience, caress beings and objects. The spectacle of the world awakens in him a thousand sensations which he prefers pleasant, beauty intoxicates him, sounds make him vibrate, perfumes intoxicate him, words move him, the slightest image exerts a powerful sensory impact on him: he there is a strong artistic sensibility in him. Above all, he tastes the universe that surrounds him and the beings that inhabit it through his five senses. The search for aesthetic, erotic or carnal pleasure imposes itself on him with the force of an inescapable evidence. Only what moves him speaks to him, and only the search for physical enjoyment matters to him. Spontaneous, he gives free rein to the expression of his joyful and greedy moods, of his immediate desires. Love is not for him an ethereal feeling, but a daily reality, a body-to-heart at all times, which is only satisfied with living and vibrant presences.
In negative, the Venusian takes his wishes for realities. He can cultivate the belief that all you have to do is crave something for it to happen. He can’t stand circumstances resisting his desires, his moods, putting obstacles in the way of his desires. Entirely strained towards the search for enjoyment and immediate pleasure, towards the urgent satisfaction of his whims, he refuses to admit that existence is not just an infinite series of delights and charming encounters, but that it is also a field of conflict where one takes blows, of divergent interests which are not resolved with kind intentions.
In positive, the Venusian has the wisdom not to let his joy of living and his taste for beauty be altered by the heavy realities of existence. He knows intimately that love has reasons that practical reason ignores, and refuses to allow heavy common sense or sordid material interests to interfere in the domain of his feelings.
In negative, the Venusian is so fascinated, amazed, shaken by the appearances that move and touch him, so captured by the moods, sensations and feelings he experiences with regard to others, that he comes to completely desert his inner life. He then denies within himself the existence of deeper and more essential aspirations and demands than that of the immediate satisfaction of his desires. By dint of wanting to please, charm, seduce, he risks forgetting to show his individual originality, his inalienable independence. The power of the imagination is then limited for him to the obsessive mental image of the desires he wants to satisfy.
In positive, the Venusian knows how to put the true, simple and voluptuous joie de vivre to which he aspires and that he wants to share, sheltered from all fantasy, all delirium, all obscure action of the unconscious. Happiness is at hand: why waste your life by drawing incomprehensible and improbable plans on the comet?
In negative, the Venusian does not like to decide. Making a firm, decisive, desired, final decision is for him the obligation to impose on himself a discipline that he abhors, constraints that would force him to no longer be able to enjoy the present moment. He too easily turns away from his principles, his goals, his ideals to satisfy the pressing needs of his voluptuous nature. He is too accessible, too available for all temptations to be able to respect a severe and demanding guideline. He does not know how to impose himself, demonstrate an indisputable authority, rigorously control his social trajectory, take responsibility and stick to it.
In positive, the Venusian knows that any irrevocable decision is always synonymous with mutilation, loss of harmony. Rather than playing the important part, gargling with the quest for social success in a ruthless competition for the conquest of a title, he prefers to favor tender, affectionate and authentic relationships.
In negative, the Venusian has no recoil vis-à-vis his affects, his feelings, what he experiences. It is closed to any form of abstraction, research, aptitude for in-depth questioning. For him, the subtleties and complexities of reality come down to the sum of his likes and dislikes. Exaggeratedly blue flower and too sensitive to appearances, he does not perceive the underlying stakes of situations, the secret motivations of beings, the hidden aspect of things. Too nice or too naive, he tragically lacks cunning, malice, insight, skepticism, strategy. He fears or refuses the unknown, is resistant to any form of analytical coldness, silence, causticity, detachment.
In positive, the Venusian knows how to keep his emotions and feelings safe from all cynicism, all calculation, all disenchantment. He acutely perceives the extent to which critics of all stripes too often lack humanity, compassion, affectivity, and knows perfectly how to prevent his heart from sinking into dryness and indifference.
The reverse planetary function of the venusian function is the jupiterian function
▶ Perspective Subject-Excitability : Switching from the high to the medium energy level.
▶ Perspective Object-Signal : Switching from the simple to the composite.
▶ Perspective Relationship-Communication : Existence of Representation.
▶ Perspective Integration-Symbol : Switching from the Unique to the Duo-Duel
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