Aries Forecast for 2021: Love & Romance
Unlike 2020, when there was a lot of focus on your relationships, 2021 is a more balanced year. Last year, even during the most active months of 2020 on the romantic front the spirit of romance needed to compete with an ongoing relationship focus. That is not the case this year and with Mars making his first visit to your romantic sector since 2019, there is a chance to make up for lost time. You will get a taste of this with a Full Moon in your romantic sector on 29th January, though it is Mars' return on 12th June that will begin a romantic wave that will continue, unabated through to 23rd August. This might be a relatively short two and a half month period, but the love gods will pack a lot into this time.
Unlike 2020, when romantic matters had to fit in around a dominant relationship focus, the spirit of romance will be well established by the time that Venus, the planet of love begins a period of planetary activity on the relationship front on 16th August. Again, Mars will be making his first visit to your relationship sector since 2021 after spending time fuelling your romantic passions and fighting spirit in June and July, will return to fire and spice things up on the relationship front on 15th September. A Mercury retrograde phase from 27th September to 28th October will keep the planet of communication in your relationship sector for over two months and what Venus begins in August, he will continue to nurture through to his departure on 6th November.
This makes the period from Mars' return to your romantic sector on 12th June to Mercury's departure from your relationship sector on 6th November the most important months of 2021 on the romantic and relationship fronts but with the right balance between the two. That wasn't the case in 2020. However, what will be a constant presence is planetary activity on the communication front and after what, for some, may have been a challenging or defining year on the relationship front last year, this makes this a year for rebuilding. It is the North Node that will keep the communication lines open all year but in a way that is about looking forward rather than back.