Recently, I had client who is about to have Saturn transit her 11th house. Our ascendants are a few degrees apart. Saturn is already transiting my 11th house. You can see, I’m working hard to manifest my wishes, hopes and dreams. But what about friendship? The 11th house rules friends…
Tonight I heard a man in his forties, talking about how he’d been able to spend time with a couple of his friends; he’s known them since grade high school. He wondered how people become “best friends”.
If you ask best friends how they got to be that way, there’s a common answer – time! They because best friends because of the time they spent together.
Having known, Ben for thirty years, I agree with this. You get to trust a person. You get to know their character and value it. You rely on them and them on you.
So what happens when Saturn transits my 11th house? I move to a town where everyone knows each other and no one knows me?
As it turns out, I’m working to build friendships. I also notice that I’m making friends with a lot of older people. That’s fits the transit, doesn’t it? I think they’re super interesting, right as they’re getting to an age when people begin to think them irrelevant.
“Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver and the other gold.”
Have you ever heard that? I don’t think this is taught much anymore, but it should be.
There are people around here who have followed my blog since 2001…and even longer. If we could get together, don’t you think we’d have a good time? I do. After fifteen years, you know my quality and I know yours.
How much time do you invest in your friendships?