If you believe in karma, it’s something we all come into this life with, and your natal chart can show you where that karma is focused. If it seems like you’re always dealing with drama in your love life, it could be because you have some love karma that you need to work out.
So where do you find the possible love karma you may have? There are a few places karma is located in the natal chart:
- 12th house
- South Node
- asteroid Karma (number 3811)
If you have your 12th house cusp, South Node, or asteroid Karma in Libra (sign of committed relationships) or Scorpio (sign of intimacy), this can show having love karma you need to work on. So can having your South Node or asteroid Karma in the 7th house (of committed relationships) or 5th house (of love), or conjunct your natal Venus, or having your natal Venus in the 12th house.
In Vedic astrology, Saturn is considered the Lord of Karma, and he does show areas where we have lessons to learn, so you can have some love karma to deal with if you have Saturn in Libra or Scorpio, in the 5th or 7th houses, or conjunct, square, or opposite your natal Venus.
Having love karma doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re doomed, but it does show you have to work through some extra blocks to have healthy love and relationships in your life. Your love karma could be soul baggage that you need to work on releasing. Meditation, chakra or aura cleansing, or energy therapy can be helpful.
Often, having any of these placements can show that you have not just soul baggage, but baggage you’ve taken on in this life as well, so you have to also work on whatever blocks have been created in this life before you can have the love you want and deserve.
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