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Karmic relationship: South Node in Synastry Astrology

In astrology, the position of the moon nodes: North Node & South Node in a birth chart indicates the karma an individual carries. Looking at the aspects relating to the moon nodes in a synastry chart can reveal more about the type of karmic relationship they have with each other.

What is a karmic relationship

A connection can be considered karmic when it involves the exchange of energy and experiences between individuals that is believed to be determined by their past actions or decisions. This means that the connection is influenced by the idea of cause and effect, where the past actions of one person affect their present and future connections with others. This can manifest in various ways, such as feeling an instant connection with someone you just met or encountering similar challenges or experiences with people you have known for a long time.

How does it feel to be in a karmic relationship?

Karmic relationships can be intense and emotionally draining. They are often characterized by a strong magnetic attraction between two people, followed by a period of intense highs and lows. While they can be exciting and passionate, karmic relationships also tend to bring up deep-seated emotional wounds and issues that need to be addressed. Ultimately, the purpose of a karmic relationship is to help us learn and grow, even if that growth is painful at times. It is important to approach these relationships with open eyes and a willingness to face our own inner demons. Remember that karmic relationship doesn’t limited to romantic relationships, any type of relationship can be karmic, be it with a friend, a parent or a colleague you are working closely with.

What are the signs of a Karmic relationship

Karmic relationships are often intense, emotional and challenging. Here are some signs that you may be in a karmic relationship:

  • You feel a strong and immediate connection with the person
  • The relationship is marked by intense highs and lows, with little stability or consistency
  • You feel like you are repeating patterns from past relationships or experiences
  • The relationship feels fated or predestined in some way
  • You find yourself learning important life lessons through the relationship, often through difficult or painful experiences.

    More often than not, these relationships are seasonal, karmic relationships are not meant to last forever. Their purpose is to help you grow and evolve, so that you can move on to healthier, more fulfilling relationships.

South Node aspects in Synastry

The south node position in the natal chart reveals the native’s strength, a skill that had been developed in past lives, but often have forgotten in this life time, synastry aspects with the south node can imply past life connection with unfinished business that are to continue in the current relationship, usually to help the south node person to tap back into their south node theme. It can manifest on different scales/levels.

Sun conjunct South Node in synastry: The sun person was likely in authority over the south node person. The sun person can potentially help to south node person to achieve status/success, or simply self confidence. The south node person may eventually outgrow the sun person.

Moon conjunct South Node in synastry: It gives an instant kinship between the two people, regardless of how the relationship play out, they are likely to stay connected as a form of emotional support.

Mercury conjunct South Node in synastry: There is an instant intellectual rapport, smooth flow of ideas exchange, but overtime the two people will likely feel bored of each other. This placement can suggest the two people were siblings in past life.

Venus conjunct South Node in synastry: It gives an instant romantic attractive, it could start off as a fling. This placement can suggest the two people were married in past life.

Mars conjunct South Node in synastry: The two people may be “enemy” at first (like Maeve and Otis in Sex Education), but over time find each other sexually attractive, want o

Jupiter conjunct South Node in synastry: At the beginning, this relationship can feel larger than life, but it will get dull as Jupiter influences diminishes.

Saturn conjunct South Node in synastry: The Saturn person will bring more structure and discipline to the south node person life. And the Saturn person will loosen up and open up more to the south node person which makes this aspect a good synastry aspect for long term relationship.

Uranus conjunct South Node in synastry: This aspects is likely to give a collaborative partnership rather than romantic, there are ideas, innovations and something fruitful can grow out of this when there is stability.

Neptune conjunct South Node in synastry: The Neptune person inspired the South Node person to tap into their creative ability and to be more intuitive.

Pluto conjunct South Node in synastry: The South Node person may find themselves attracted to the intense nature, influence, or personal growth potential of the Pluto person. The Pluto individual can help the south node individual to take back control and progressing towards spiritual advancement.

Other astrology indicators of a karmic relationship

Karmic relationships, often considered to be predetermined and rooted in unresolved issues from past lives, have a strong presence in astrology. One of the key indicators of a karmic relationship is a significant connection to the South Node & North node as discussed earlier. Additionally, challenging aspects between personal planets such as the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, and Mars, and outer planets including Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto, further illuminate the existence of these profound connections. Furthermore, repeating patterns in synastry or composite charts can shed light on the intricate dynamics of these relationships. While karmic relationships can be intense and tumultuous, often involving pain and suffering, they also present powerful opportunities for growth and healing.

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