You must first be aware of all the astrological houses and planet placements that make up your zodiac sign's birth chart in order to understand how all the zodiac signs and planets relate to one another.
It is undoubtedly a straightforward chore to complete. The only information you require is the date, hour, month, and location of your birth. You can use various free online resources, including in-depth apps like Co-Star.
Pay close attention to your Rising sign, often referred to as your Ascendant, when you review the results of your birth chart. Your Descendant is on the exact opposite side of your Ascendant.
Whatever sign is opposite your rising sign, which is shown in your seventh house, is simple to connect with. For instance, the logical Virgo sign will always be in the seventh house for a sensitive Pisces.
This is because the zodiac signs of Pisces and Virgo are diametrically opposed. Given the adage that opposites attract and the fact that it is clearly stated in the stars, this shouldn't come as a huge surprise.
(If you're an Aries, watch out for any Libras who come into your life.) It is also beneficial to pay attention to the planets in your seventh house because you will undoubtedly make connections using this house.
For instance, your governing Sun or Moon could show up in the Seventh House of your significant other. You and your prospective soulmate are already more compatible than you might have previously believed, so look for commonalities.
Aspects are useful for determining how the planets are related to one another depending on where their angular positions fall. When Mars and Venus are in harmony, it may be a sign of a calm, joyous, and harmonious marriage for the couple.
Finding the aspects of your chart is not that difficult. You only need to look at the planet's degree, which is indicated as a number between 0 and 29 for each sign it rules.
If your planets are in an aspect, you will learn that you are moving toward a pleasant partnership. There shouldn't be more than five degrees of variance between the two charts for them to be in aspect.
For instance, if one of your planets is at 20 degrees in one chart, the second chart's degree range for the planet to be in aspect is between 15 and 25 degrees.
The ecliptic, which is used in astrology, depicts the Earth's orbit in relation to the sky and the path the Sun makes as it passes by the stars.
As the Moon progresses toward the Northern Hemisphere, it crosses the ecliptic at the North Node. When you encounter someone who has the potential to be significant in your life, such as your potential soul mate, the North Node becomes active.
For instance, it may strongly suggest that you are destined to be soulmates if the North Node of your significant other coincides with one of your distinctive planets in your chart.
These are just a few factors to take into account while examining your birth chart and how it pertains to meeting your soul mate. Continue to analyse and come to your own conclusions using the data your chart has provided for you.