The Composite Sun in Astrology
In the composite chart, the Composite Sun shows where the focus on your relationship is, and can show the main reason you’ve come together or what holds you together. It can be the identity of the relationship.
Composite Sun in the Houses
Composite Sun Aspects to Composite Planets
Composite Sun in the Houses
Composite Sun in the 1st House
With the Composite Sun in the 1st house, the relationship can be very important to both of you. It can be the main focus each of you has, for better or worse, and you can identify strongly with the relationship. You can feel that you’re capable of more together and in the relationship than you are on your own. The upside of this placement is that the relationship is so important to both of you, but the downside is you can get too caught up in the relationship and need to make sure you don’t lose your individual identities.
Composite Sun in the 2nd House
With the Composite Sun in the 2nd house, a common value system is important to keep the relationship going, if it’s a personal or romantic relationship. If you don’t see eye-to-eye on your values, this can be a point of contention between you and you can try to convince one another of your views in a stubborn way. This can be an excellent position for a business relationship because this house rules money and assets, and you can benefit one another financially and make more money together.
Composite Sun in the 3rd House
With the Composite Sun in the 3rd house, you can have open communication and feel that you connect through your minds. This position can give a good mental connection and mental understanding, but you need to work on having an emotional connection, otherwise it can struggle to go beyond a casual relationship. This can be a good placement for a friendship, where strings aren’t necessarily important, but in a romantic relationship, you have to open up about more than just your thoughts, but your feelings as well.
Composite Sun in the 4th House
With the Composite Sun in the 4th house, an emotional connection can be strong, and since this is the house of home and family, this is a good position if you’re going to connect your personal lives and live together, grow a family, or are family. You can feel comfortable with one another, but if it’s a romantic relationship, you need to make sure you don’t get *too* comfortable and things get stale and boring. In a professional relationship, you can work together to build something from the ground up and take a long journey together. Watch for being subjective with this placement.
Composite Sun in the 5th House
With the Composite Sun in the 5th house, this is the house of fun and hobbies, so you can greatly enjoy one another’s company and have fun together. This house rules romance, so it’s a good placement for a fun romantic relationship, but a lasting, committed relationship may be difficult to create without a strong Saturn or 7th house placements. This is a good placement for friends, and you can allow one another to be yourselves without any strings. Since this is the house ruling children, it can be a good position if you want to have children together, or this is a parent/child relationship.
Composite Sun in the 6th House
With the Composite Sun in the 6th house, you can be very practical in your approach to the relationship, and if it’s a romantic relationship, you may be lacking in real sparks or romance. One of you may do more than the other, which can create a dynamic where one of you takes and takes, and the other gives and gives, which eventually leads to resentment. You need to avoid an unequal distribution of effort. Since this house rules health, it can be a good placement with someone who is helping you with your health, like a doctor, trainer, dietician, etc.
Composite Sun in the 7th House
With the Composite Sun in the 7th house, this is the house of relationships and so it can be an excellent position. You can view one another as equals and treat each other as such. You can work together as real partners and work to make the relationship or partnership better. Commitment can be easier with this placement, and this house does rule marriage, so it can be good for a married couple. But even a professional relationship can benefit from this placement, and you can find you work together in a manner that’s fair and balanced.
Composite Sun in the 8th House
With the Composite Sun in the 8th house, you can have a very serious relationship. The 8th house can be the darkest and most serious house, so this position can show a serious relationship that can’t be taken lightly, even if it’s a professional one. The 8th house rules transformations, so you can find that the relationship changes you or an aspect of your life in some way. This can be a good placement for a business partnership since this house rules other people’s money and shared resources. Watch for having extreme emotions with one another, or with trying to control or dominate one another.
Composite Sun in the 9th House
With the Composite Sun in the 9th house, you can have wonderful conversation and freely share your ideas, your knowledge, and your beliefs. You can explore together, expand your lives together, and have fun together, but in a personal relationship, there can be difficulties with giving one another enough space. You may feel like you’re constantly drifting apart, afraid of being tethered down. This can be an excellent position for a friendship, or for a teacher/student relationship.
Composite Sun in the 10th House
With the Composite Sun in the 10th house, this can be a good placement for a professional relationship since this house rules career, life path, and goals. This is the highest part of the chart, so you can achieve a lot together and feel you’re reaching new heights together. You can achieve greater status and success. Other people may look at your relationship or partnership as some sort of ideal, but you shouldn’t focus on that yourselves. In a personal relationship, you’ll need to work on opening up emotionally and not holding back.
Composite Sun in the 11th House
With the Composite Sun in the 11th house, this is the house of friendship, so it’s obviously an excellent placement for a friendship connection. Even in a professional or romantic relationship, there can be a base of friendship you build your relationship or partnership on. You can work together to have an impact on the world as a whole, so this can be a good position for a philanthropic partnership. You can spur one another on to work toward your ideal futures, and try to achieve your dreams together.
Composite Sun in the 12th House
With the Composite Sun in the 12th house, this can be a difficult position to have. The 12th house is the house of the hidden, so some aspect of yourselves or of the relationship (or even the relationship itself) may remain hidden. You may hide parts of yourself from the other person or they hide parts of themselves from you, you get lost in the relationship and sacrifice yourself, you keep the relationship secret, or it’s difficult for you to be open. You can become aware of your subconscious issues and motivations, which can make you feel uncomfortable with the other person. This house rules karma, so you may be coming together for a reason, but you also need to make sure you’re seeing the relationship for what it is.
Composite Sun to Composite Planets
Composite Sun to Composite Moon
With Composite Sun conjunct the Composite Moon, your masculine and feminine energies can sync up in an easy way, along with your wants and needs. They may seem to be the same in this relationship. With Composite Sun sextile or trine the Composite Moon, this gives compatible energy and helps you to get along well. It can help to smooth over some of the difficulties of having a hard aspect between your natal Suns and Moons. With Composite Sun square or opposite Composite Moon, it can be difficult for you to get along. Tension can be a constant in the relationship, and you can find it difficult to sync up your wants and needs, so you have to work on creating balance.
Composite Sun to Composite Mercury
With Composite Sun conjunct Composite Mercury, this can bring a lot of mental energy into the relationship, and you can be very engaging with one another, open about everything, and constantly expressing yourselves with one another. You may feel that your minds are on the same page. Because of how closely the Sun and Mercury are to one another in transit, they cannot be any other major aspect in the composite chart.
Composite Sun to Composite Venus
With Composite Sun conjunct Composite Venus, this can increase the love and affection between you. You can show how you feel more openly, and you can find one another to be pleasant and accommodating. Conflict may be difficult at times though, so you need to compromise without compromising your beliefs. Because of how closely the Sun and Venus are to one another in transit, they cannot be any other major aspect in the composite chart.
Composite Sun to Composite Mars
With Composite Sun conjunct Composite Mars, this can bring a lot of energy and drive into the relationship. You may want to express yourselves fully, but this can lead to arguments and conflict if you’re not careful with how you do that. There can be a lot of passion in this relationship that needs an outlet. With Composite Sun sextile or trine Composite Mars, you can spend time together doing things that you mutually enjoy, and you can accomplish a great deal, so this aspect can be beneficial for a professional relationship. With Composite Sun square or opposite Composite Mars, there can be a tremendous amount of energy between you, and it can be difficult to grasp and control. You can get into a lot of fights, and need to work on allowing one another to express yourselves and find a constructive outlet for the energy.
Composite Sun to Composite Jupiter
With Composite Sun conjunct Composite Jupiter, this can bring very beneficial energy into the relationship, and you can genuinely like one another and enjoy being in this relationship. You can have more opportunities presented to you together than apart, and expand your lives in new ways together. With Composite Sun sextile or trine Composite Jupiter, you can enjoy your time together, and get along fairly easily. This aspect can bring easy energy that helps you get along. With Composite Sun square or opposite Composite Jupiter, this isn’t necessarily negative since Jupiter is a happy planet, and you can still get along well and enjoy one another’s company. You just may be lazier together, or irresponsible at times, so you need to be more considerate.
Composite Sun to Composite Saturn
With Composite Sun conjunct Composite Saturn, this is a relationship that can feel limiting and restricting, that comes with more responsibilities and duties, but this aspect can also work to keep you together and strongly committed to one another. This may be a bad thing if you’re not good for one another, but it can be a good thing if you are good for one another so you stay together through the rough patches. With Composite Sun sextile or trine Composite Saturn, you can be more mature and responsible in the relationship, and this can be a very stable relationship. The conjunction, sextile or trine can all be beneficial for business relationships. With Composite Sun square or opposite Composite Saturn, you each may find that the relationship is too limiting and restricting, suffocating you. The responsibilities may overwhelm you, or you’re each too afraid to take steps necessary. These aspects can lead to a lot of conflict, so you have to manage the weight of the relationship.
Composite Sun to Composite Uranus
With Composite Sun conjunct Composite Uranus, this is a relationship that likely never has a dull moment, and change is constant. You can’t resist the force of change that this relationship brings, otherwise you can feel out of control. You may seem like an unconventional pairing, or the relationship itself may be unconventional in some way. With Composite Sun sextile or trine Composite Uranus, you can be more open and honest with one another. You can feel like you don’t judge one another as much, and this allows you to be true to yourselves and be an individual in the relationship so you don’t get lost in it. With Composite Sun square or opposite Composite Uranus, this can be an unsettling relationship, chaotic at times, and it may not be very healthy for either of you. These aspects require something to ground the two of you together, otherwise you can be left perpetually spinning.
Composite Sun to Composite Neptune
With Composite Sun conjunct Composite Neptune, you can be very compassionate, understanding, and feel you have a soul connection with one another, or you can give in to illusion and delusion and not see the reality of the relationship. You need to make sure you’re being realistic about one another and not wearing rose-colored glasses. With Composite Sun sextile or trine Composite Neptune, this can increase your understanding of one another subconsciously, and help you to view one another favorably. With Composite Sun square or opposite Composite Neptune, you can have a hard time sifting through the fog that hangs over the relationship and see one another realistically. There can even be outright lies and secrets, or one of you may make too many sacrifices to “save” the other. You need a dose of healthy realism, and to not get lost in one another.
Composite Sun to Composite Pluto
With Composite Sun conjunct Composite Pluto, this is a relationship that can change each of you or your lives in big ways. The connection between you can be strong, powerful, intense, consuming at times, so you have to avoid getting sucked into the relationship and forsaking everything else. You also need to watch for struggling over power and control. With Composite Sun sextile or trine Composite Pluto, the relationship can be powerful without consuming you, and it can help you change and grow as a person. With Composite Sun square or opposite Composite Pluto, the struggle over power and control can be constant. You may have too much strife, play too many games, manipulate one another, or bring out the darkest parts of one another. A complete and total transformation may be required to have any chance of survival.
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