Friday, November 5, 2010

VIRGO WOMAN AND ARIES MAN

It's sad, but often true. An Aries man will at some time in his relationship with
a Virgo woman feel the need to prove to her that his ideas and ideals are sensible,
that he is emotionally mature - and in general, he will try to arouse her enthusiasm
for his plans, his ambitions, and his feelings.
It's not that she isn't pleased, but her response, if she's a typical Virgin,
may leave him with a vague sense that she somehow disapproves of what he's
been trying to tell her. She probably does. She may wholeheartedly support
most of what he's projecting and imagining, but there will nearly always be some
small portion of his narrative she feels is off-center, or not well enough thought
out and constructed. Virgos are like that. They spot the weak links in the chain
and warn you about them before the chain breaks. We all really ought to be
grateful to them for this neat habit they have of pointing out flaws before it's
too late, so the bottom line and the end result of every venture will be more perfectly
successful. Most people
calm order out of chaotic disorder. Not the Ram. He'll fiercely resent her lack she was a little girl, she would always delightedly exclaim (quietly,he camelikes herself, is being
herself - and allowing the Ram she loves to be himself. If she's a typical Virgin,
she's unobtrusive (unobtrusive compared to Aries!), yet bright and pleasant, a
joy to be around. She's quiet and courteous and she needs lots of affection (for
which she'll never ask, any more than she asks for gratitude). She's sometimes
critical, yes, but ordinarily she's at least polite while she's hair-splitting and nitpicking.
The Aries man who loves this intelligent feminine creature might comfort
her when she's blue and discouraged over some small mistake she's made (Virgos
tend strongly toward self-chastisement) by reminding her that even the gentle
Nazarene momentarily made the mistake of losing his wonted "perfect" control
when he lashed the money changers in the temple. Then too, there are the
"lost years," during which the humble carpenter isn't mentioned in the scriptures
(quite a number of them, as a matter of fact). The Ram might tell his
worried Virgo lady it's probably that, during those "lost years," Jesus more than
once nailed the wrong boards together in the carpentry shop of his father, Joseph
miscalculated his taxes, which were due to be paid to Caesar's Internal
Revenue (or didn't make it to Bethlehem in time to pay them on the deadline
date), ripped his robe on a sharp rock stubbed his toe . . . was briefly
cranky with Mary Magdalene . . . . and committed who knows how many other
miscellaneous minor goofs? Thanks to the uptight censors of the scriptures, no
one does. But one can make a spiritually educated guess. And who is she, the
Ram can then ask her, to aspire to a more flawless record of human behavior
than that of such a simple, humble man as Jesus of Nazareth?
It may help to enlighten the Virgo woman to how unnecessary most of her
worries about her failures really are. And help her to see that perfection is not
the requirement for self-acceptance she so often believes it to be.
There's frequently a misty enchantment inherent in the physical love between
the Aries man and the Virgo woman. These two are rather likely to be
among the few people still left who are still sexually unpolluted by the explicit
sex being flaunted in everyone's faces, whether they like it or not. The Ram is a
confirmed idealist (and a super-jealous one besides), whereas the female Virgin
is normally turned off by sexual or any other kind of vulgarity and cheapness.
She also would prefer him not to leave the catsup bottle on the dining-room table.
Discrimination flashes its sparkles into many facets of human existence,
from sex to catsup bottles to messy closets and untidy drawers - not to mention
sloppy thinking and a dull intellect. Her own thinking is never sloppy, her own
intellect never dull.
Their lovemaking will reflect their mutual idealism and subconscious
search for purity and innocence. This doesn't mean the physical aspect of love
between them will lack passion. The male Ram, ruled as he is by Mars, is passion
personified. Yet, he's also touchingly affectionate, usually mindful of the
small things related to sexual unity - and she will respond to this quality in him
with genuine joy. But she must be careful not to criticize his romantic techniques
or allow her innate coolness of approach to make ashes of the flaming
sort of sexual expression he offers her so trustingly. Conversely, he must be
careful not to offend her sense of delicacy by always making sure that tenderness
and gentleness are a part of their union. It would also help if he didn't pout
or feel so wounded those times when she'd rather demonstrate her love for him
in ways other than physical. The vitality of his sexual stamina may often exceed
hers - and when it does, he should remind himself that patience is a virtue
which brings its own reward - in addition to the reward of her return to being a
warm, loving woman.
He must simply give her time to rest awhile and refresh her desires. Also,
he should know that her enthusiasm for making love will always be somewhat
diluted in direct ratio to the vexing worries and problems she's encountered
throughout the hours preceding his need that she surrender herself to him.
Even at best, Virgos never surrender their whole selves to love. Aries men do.
And this is a basic difference between them which will need to be handled with
care.
Despite their natural affinity in matters romantic, these two could allow
their romance to gradually take the form of a less emotionally demanding mutual
mental respect. There's certainly nothing wrong with mutual mental respect,
but it needs a few more brilliant facets to set it off - like mutual emotional involvement
and vibrancy. Still, rarely is even a romantically frustrated Virgo or
Arian unfaithful. Not without monumental cause. It's equally rare, if they're
typical of their Sun Signs, for either to leave or desert the other, even under extreme
provocation - once they've committed themselves to devotion. For to
Virgo, devotion is first analyzed, then defined as more responsibility than sentibut love.expected love to have flaws, therefore isn't terribly surprisedoutside pressures of one kind or another, not
ment. Consequently, when a Virgo decides to desert such a "responsibility,"
you can be sure the decision to "cut out" was motivated by personal injury of
such immeasurable depth it decreed either a final solution of escape or actual
mental breakdown. Virgos have little or no immunity to long-continued mental
and emotional pressures.
The Aries man is reluctant to admit he's been wrong about a relationship
for the exact opposite reason than that of Virgo. He keeps trying, not because of
"responsibility," as she does, but because of "sentiment." It's difficult for the
Ram to imagine he could have been mistaken about love, once he's believed in it
with all his heart. This man puts all of himself into every venture, dedicates
himself with fiery intent to every challenge - and love is no different from the
rest. Could Romeo ever stop loving Juliet, or Juliet ever grow tired of Romeo?
Of course not. That's more or less the way he sees it. He forgets that both these
medieval lovers died before they were twenty, and had they lived, they would
probably have experienced their share of misunderstandings and disagreements,
being only human. Strangely, he's as much a perfectionist about love as his Virgo
woman is about everything
It's as though she
when the flaws appear. It's only the other areas of life where she's repeatedly
disillusioned to find things less than flawless. With him it's just the
opposite. Life's major disappointments he can shrug off, but of "love" he demands
perfection. Somewhere in between their oddly transposed views, these
two should be able to find a basis for understanding each other.
When serious trouble arises in this relationship, the tie is usually severed by
the slashing scissors of unbearable
by a decline of their love. Sometimes it's her near fanatical obsession with the
obligations of a career or her duties in the home. Sometimes it's his fierce ambition
and single-minded purpose that causes him to place her last - after his
great goal in life - his crusade for self-identification. Then she may feel an irresistible
compulsion to interfere by criticizing his attitudes - either privately or
publicly. This first frustrates, then humiliates, and finally angers him into a
Mars-like rage of resentment, which in turn freezes her desire to help him into
icy detachment and an almost smug satisfaction at his misery. Then something
will have to give - fast! Otherwise, their mutual need for reciprocated affection
from each other will soon become secondary to their mutual need for self-respect
- and they'll part, each to seek alone the peace of mind they couldn't find
together.
That's the dark side. The bright side is that this man and woman can mend
the silver cord that links them together each time it breaks - with the magical
healing power of love. But only when he defines love as unselfishness and an
awareness of her needs - only when she defines love as spontaneous trust and
enthusiasm for his dreams. Once these two get their definitions straight, their
love can last and the tiny cracks they mended with mutual consideration
won't even show. Unless the Virgin keeps inspecting it with a magnifying
glass - or the Ram impulsively, carelessly shatters it again. Love is like a precious
work of art, fragile and delicate . . . much lovelier and far more valuable
when it's weathered the years.

of total commitment to his causes, his emotions, his outrages, his dreams, and
his superiority. After a time, he may angrily accuse her of having no sensitivity
and no imagination.
He's very wrong. This girl possesses a lovely, sensitive imagination. Other
children may eat "Chicken and Stars" soup for years without a single comment,
but when
shyly, to herself, when no one could hear) "Oh, just see the little stars floating in
my soup!" When someone gave her ginger ale in a cut-glass goblet one morning,
and it caught the sunlight, she cried out (within) "Oh, how perfectly marvelous!
I have a rainbow in my ginger bubbles!"
Just because she whispered these marvels only to her secret make-believe
best friend - and seldom or never exclaimed them aloud, she grew up with everyone
around her thinking she was terribly prosaic and unimaginative - because
she didn't flaunt her brilliant mind and private thoughts. Then
along, the handsome, dashing Ram, to make her feel she was a very special person.
It warmed her cool Virgin heart, and made her more sure of herself than
she had ever been before. Now here he is, like all the others, accusing her of
having no imagination. Insensitive? Perhaps he's the one who's insensitive.
This woman's inner world may not be peopled with imaginary faerie creatures
every single moment of the day. Nevertheless, it's a beautiful land of wonder,
because she sees loveliness in the small and ordinary things. Once the Aries
man who cherishes her truly comprehends this - stops yelling at her and putting
her down - he can persuade her to open the locked trunk of her wistful
yearnings and secret fancies and expose them to the warm sunbeams of loving
affection - encourage her to bring her fears out into the fresh air, instead of
holding hurt inside, where it may grow into migraine headaches and all manner
of aches and pains and physical ills. Yes, she will learn much of value from him.
He can learn a lot from her too. Like thoughtful consideration for others -
the peace and happiness of serving (instead of being served). This she demonstrates
nearly every day they're together. Yet he seldom notices. He doesn't see
her gentle smile when he silently wishes for a magic elf to help him with something
he's doing physically or some problem he's pondering mentally. She glides
into the confusion so softly, he's hardly aware of her presence and helps to
make things come out right, even without being asked. Also without expecting
to be praised. She would glow under his gratitude, but she won't demand it of
him. She's only doing what comes naturally to Virgo when she's helping, so
praise is not her aim, since ego and self-aggrandizement are not her motives.
Still, it wouldn't hurt him to notice - and perhaps say "thank you, darling" now
and then. He might even say "thank you for loving me"... because the pure
love of a Virgo woman is a priceless gift, never given casually.
A Virgo woman is so nice to come home to when she
are properly grateful for Virgo's ability to bring

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