Saturn and Midheaven aspects in the Synastry Chart: Are you absorbed in career?

Saturn-Midheaven.jpg Are you absorbed in career?

Saturn and Midheaven conjunct in the synastry chart

You are much involved in career and the professional areas.

By working together as partners, you can join your responsibility, maturity, patience, steadfastness, and structure building skills in an effective way.

Financial matters will be approached with accurate planning.

Saturn trine, sextile or semi-sextile Midheaven in the synastry chart

You are very interested in your jobs and its career aspects.

When you work as one, you connect your accountability, matured outlook, endurance, dedication, and handle your capabilities effectively.

Money matters are dealt with precise preparation.

You respect each other and value the other's prestige and recognition.

Saturn person acts with a strong sense of responsibility while Midheaven person shows Saturn person the road for success.

By joining your forces, you feel secure in your social status.

Saturn opposite, square or semi-square Midheaven in the synastry chart

You have a calculating and emotionless attitude when dealing with the professional and career areas.

You can work together but there's competition for career advancements and for visibility.

There's a conflict between Midheaven person's career and financial goals and Saturn person's responsibilities.

By wanting to control the path toward social climbing, Saturn person might become authoritarian.

You fear that the other person might damage your career.

By identifying your self-worth in terms of public recognition and financial success you create the conditions for mutual frustration.

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