Venus-Venus relationships in the synastry chart are all about how you give and receive affection. However, these aspects may also indicate your tastes and likes, and how well these things match up with your partner.
These aspects are very romantic, though they aren’t sexual. Venusian love is about feelings and energy, so these aspects are favorable for friendships as well.
With positive Venus-Venus aspects, you tend to feel similarly about beauty, love, and social situations. Difficult aspects mean that you struggle to understand why the other person likes certain things, and that the ways you give love may be at odds with each other.
Venus Conjunct Venus Synastry
With the Venus conjunct Venus synastry aspect, the couple has the exact same Venus sign. They tend to like the same things and receive affection in similar ways.
This aspect makes you naturally compatible. The way that you express and receive love are suitable for each other, and you have similar feelings on love as a concept.
In fact, Venus conjunct Venus in synastry makes you attracted to each other right away. The energy between you is warm and the connection is strong.
You see the same sorts of things as beautiful. For example, you may like the same style of clothing, the same types of restaurants, similar cities, etc. Venus can extend to just about anything material or even etherial!
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The way that you both perceive beauty will be more clear when you look at the sign that your Venus conjunct Venus synastry aspect is in.
This connection makes your initial meeting a bit magical. You may intuit that you’ve found someone who just gets you.
Generally with Venus conjunct Venus in synastry, you appreciate how the other dresses, socializes, talks, decorates, etc. You probably enjoy many of the same activities, especially those specifically geared towards Venusian pleasure.
You could also find that you enjoy the same music, movies, books, or other forms of art.
The Venus conjunct Venus synastry aspect is a great placement for a romantic relationship or a friendship. In fact, it shows up quite often in the synastry chart of friends because it gives such a seamless energy to the relationship. You simply have so much in common.
In a romantic relationship, you may feel that you lack chemistry or sexual tension, unless you have other aspects to create this. Sometimes, Venus conjunct Venus can be too harmonious, and you may start to feel like friends.
If you have this aspect in a romantic relationship, then it’s very important that you foster the sexual side, too.
Regardless of the relationship, when you first meet someone with the Venus conjunct Venus synastry aspect, you might feel an innate sense of rightness to the relationship. It’s quite a happy aspect, but you must remember to go deeper at some point in order to form a strong bond.
Venus is often just how things appear, but even with this conjunction, you both have an entire chart. Make sure that you learn about each other actively instead of just basking in the Venusian magic.
Venus Trine Venus Synastry
With the Venus trine Venus synastry aspect, there is a sense of instant “like” or attraction. You immediately feel comfortable around each other.
In fact, you probably perceive each other as likable or pretty, at least on a superficial level, when you first meet. You feel like you have a lot in common right away.
Over time, you will come to learn that the Venus trine Venus synastry aspect does bestow a lot of natural compatibility on the relationship. You have similar ideals about love and relationships, and you’re able to cooperate with each other in a way that feels seamless.
The trine is natural, meaning that these qualities will be inherent in your relationship. Especially in the beginning, you feel like you have a lot in common without trying.
If things get sticky in the relationship, you will always be able to go back and find common ground. Look to see what element the trine is in to determine more about what your commonalities are.
With Venus trine Venus in synastry, you express and receive love in similar ways. You may also have similar tastes when it comes to clothing, decor, art, aesthetic, and social graces and desires.
You probably feel that the other person has good taste in many ways, and they’ll think the same thing about you.
However, the Venus trine Venus synastry aspect doesn’t always generate a lot of chemistry. While it feels like fate in the beginning, it can quickly fall flat unless there are more intense aspects underneath.
You tend to agree on most things and this can make the relationship too easy. It may feel like you have a lot in common but yet you’re still bored.
By itself, the Venus trine Venus synastry aspect doesn’t guarantee longevity in a relationship (look to other aspects in the chart for more information about the relationship), but it does make things much easier, as you give and receive affection in similar ways and have compatible lifestyle wants.
Venus Sextile Venus Synastry
With the Venus sextile Venus synastry relationship, you tend to be comfortable around each other and have similar taste. In many ways, this aspect represents a great friendship, even if the relationship is romantic.
You probably want similar things in love. This aspect is great for compatibility. You tend to think that the same sorts of things are beautiful and your desires regarding clothing, decor, food, taste, etc. don’t conflict.
The Venus sextile Venus synastry aspect also means that you can learn how to give and receive affection in ways that the other person enjoys. Because this aspect is a sextile, you may not totally understand how to give affection so that your partner recognizes what you’re doing.
Likewise, your partner may not completely know how to show you affection. Luckily, the Venus sextile Venus synastry aspect gives you an easy opportunity to communicate about love and affection.
With a bit of work, you can come to understand more about what affection means to your partner and you will both feel more satisfied in the relationship.
Over time, you can even develop an intuitive sense about the kind of affection that the other person needs. You can teach each other about different kinds of love in a way that feels easy.
Venus Opposition Venus Synastry
With the Venus opposition Venus synastry aspect, you may feel a strong connection right away. This is the classic “opposites attract” relationship.
You can develop a natural bond quite easily. There is enough friction with the Venus opposition Venus synastry aspect to keep the relationship going, but you may come to find that you don’t have a lot in common, at least when it comes to the areas that Venus rules.
For example, you may enjoy doing different things/hobbies, and you’ll have to learn how to balance your time together so that you can both get your needs filled. You may dress differently, enjoy varied foods, or have different ideas about how things should look.
Typically, you consider vastly different things beautiful. If you’re able to explain your point of view to your partner and respect theirs, then this shouldn’t cause a problem.
The Venus opposite Venus synastry aspect isn’t anything to worry about in a relationship. It simply means that you must learn to appreciate and respect the differences between your likes and those of your partner.
Over time, you can figure out how to balance each other. This creates a strong polarity that can make you feel like you’re two halves of a whole. Sometimes, Venus opposition Venus in synastry can even bring out the best qualities in each of you.
You have a strong sexual attraction with this aspect, because oppositions create friction, but you will need to figure out how to give and receive love. You see affection in completely different/opposite ways.
For example, someone with Venus in Pisces may give affection by showering their partner with romantic gestures, while someone with Venus in Virgo shows affection by doing those small, daily tasks that they know will make their partner’s life easier.
With the Venus opposite Venus synastry aspect, it’s essential that you communicate about what love means to you. Otherwise, you will simply miss each other and may come to think that your partner doesn’t care. This isn’t true: you simply show love differently.
You may start to feel dissatisfied with your partner in the areas of socialization, beauty, style, values, affection, and hobbies over the long term. It’s important that you learn how to balance your needs with those of your partner’s.
In this relationship, you will always be different. To make it work, you must learn how to communicate about what you want and meet each other halfway.
Venus Square Venus Synastry
With the Venus square Venus synastry aspect, there is a lot of friction in the relationship. These partners will enjoy very different things.
If you have this aspect in your synastry chart, then you will be immediately drawn to your partner. The friction from the square creates an intense attraction and it can even make you feel as though you’ve met your soulmate.
Over time, you will figure out that there are massive differences between the two of you.
With the Venus square Venus synastry aspect, one person is usually an introvert while the other is an extrovert. Your hobbies/interests, ways of socializing, clothing, decor, sense of taste, etc. are all at odds with each other.
You may struggle to understand why the other person would see beauty in the things that they like. Unlike the opposition, the square doesn’t balance; the wants and needs of the other just feel off or wrong to you.
The Venus square Venus synastry aspect can make it difficult for you to find things in common, even if you’re simply having a casual conversation. You may feel as though you’re living in two different worlds.
You show and receive affection in ways that make no sense to each other. Most likely, the way that you give love triggers the other person and vice versa.
This Venus square Venus synastry relationship can work, but it’s very important that you communicate and learn to adapt so that you each feel more comfortable. You must be willing to learn from each other.
Remember that you both have something to teach. Don’t fall into the trap of “right” or “wrong,” but instead seek to understand your partner’s point of view.