Everything’s light, bright and beautiful with this couple, even when it’s not. Mars in Libra’s stylish courtship will match the Moon’s need for romance, creating a very Libran chemistry. While they’ll instinctively get along, the danger of this pairing is a tendency to gloss over troublesome issues.
Mars in Libra uses his charm and manners as a calling card. He wants to hook the object of his affection by showing her how attentive, romantic and agreeable he can be. Mars in Libra’s actions express how perfect he is for his partner. And this can shift, depending on the partner. The downside to this agreeableness is his avoidance of conflict, or anything that can be construed as controversial. His partner may sometimes wonder if he can be decisive about anything.
Moon in Libra needs perfect harmony. While this is impossible in real life, she’ll do her best to create domestic situations where she pleases her partner. This can lead to Moon in Libra ignoring her own needs. While she feels secure in a relationship where love and romance are exchanged equally, she often creates imbalances by suppressing any unpleasant emotional reactions.
The attraction will be immediate. Mars in Libra will pull out all the stops to charm and pursue Moon in Libra, because he’ll be attracted by her coyness and gracious energy. She’ll respond with gentle flirtatiousness. For each step he takes towards her, she’ll meet him halfway. Her appreciation will encourage him, and his (always appropriate) responses will make it easy for her to keep encouraging him. What could go wrong? With all this Libra, it can be a case of too much of a good thing. If other aspects in their charts don’t encourage a bit of bluntness, these two could get stuck in the trap of always trying to please each other. When problems arise (as they do in real life) this couple may brush over them.