Every War is a Tug of War.
Since war implies conflict you can't have one unless one side is battling against another side.
They're the folk who will be excited with the Libra Full Moon on April 2.
Libra is the midway sign in the Astrological Circle, implying a middle ground, a dividing line. "me" and "you" for instance. Libra is the sign of partnership (we know the rumor about single Libras and their inevitable depression).
Since Full Moons are are a completion, a release and a peak emotional time, and Libra is the sign of the "other", then it's a sure sign of an emotional tug of war in some area of our lives.
Is a relationship about to change? They always are. Will it end? That depends on many factors. What is certain is that when one end releases their end of the rope/bargain/deal the game is up.
Since every fight is a fight with ourselves (nobly brought to us by an outside who plays their role with amazing dexterity to help us "get through it", and every "other" (friend, lover, parent, boss, stranger, enemy, business client) is "us" (us in another form), then this is a funny old time. We get to incestuously play off with another in either a fun and feisty way, or buy into the illusion that there is a "me" versus "them" situation to fight, in which case we're lost chasing illusions.
Remember, as long as we take one side (I'm good, she's bad, I'm right, he's wrong, I am a happy person, they are sad people) you automatically must bring in its polar opposite to balance out. Nature loves balance. Night/Day, Dry/Wet, Hot/Cold, Male/Female.
The Polarity Dance on Earth has always been a fun one, but it's time is waning. As the fFull Moon shines in this particular Libra phase, we're tested on how fulfilled we are with the people we're bringing in - but it goes deeper, how fulfilled we are in ourselves, is determined by how much peace we bring in from the outside (in the form of helpful people) or how much conflict we bring in (because we're torn and divided inside).
I know I'm riddled with irritation daily at the moment, since Change is wafting through my life, and I'm sure you all are. So to claim we're fully at peace would be a pretty amazing and surprising thing to say. It's not impossible, but I guess that most of us are in conflict with at least one person, situation, event or encounter.
Getting off the see-saw, letting go of the rope, ends the game. Remember that, the next conflict you are Just about to step into. Even the one with yourself "is it right to do A, should I have said this instead, should I open Door 1 or Door 5, should I stay or go etc etc. Give up the indecision. When you choose, reality adjusts around your decision and opens up new doors. But you must decide.
What happens now will help you work out which partnerships you want and which you don't. They're all helpful (in aiding you to come to some sort of truce or resolution inside) but which ones are you enjoying? After all, I believe the quest for enlightenment, should be a fun one.
Growth doesn't HAVE to be painful!
This Full Moon hits my natal Pluto (and will hit yours too if you were born late 75 to late 78). So it should be interesting to see what karmic challenges await and what powerful emotions and new pathways will open up as those of us in this time period will get to step into our power and focus on the work we came here to do.
For everyone else, whether the relationship issues are small or large, it's ALL ABOUT US. It's deeply personal. You choose whether to stop or go. You can cut someone off if it's unhealthy or you can sign a new contract because you want to grow with someone. We're dancing with many partners and whoever said we only have one soul-mate, is mistaken.
Each person we meet on the path is a soul-mate. Whether we're single or commited to someone, we're all in relationship - with life, with pets, with strangers, with lovers, with family, with friends. No one is alone. Even the relationship with our mind is a strong and lifelong union. Each person outside of ourselves though, is a bud who's here to help us get closer to ourselves, through the intimate moments spent with another.
Whether we choose to spend most moments locked in an embrace of conflict, or an embrace of mutual respect and sharing, it's a personal choice only we can make.
Since you can never escape the Art of Sharing:
Who are you dancing with