The dreamiest union of them all, Sun in Pisces’ porous boundaries will merge with Moon in Pisces’ psychic-strength empathy. These two can almost become one as they create their own world of magic, tenderness and romance. But they may have to work on creating appropriate boundaries so they each can maintain their individuality.
Sun in Pisces is the original dreamer, sensing possibilities (some real, some not) that most people cannot comprehend. Highly intuitive, he can pick up on what his partner is feeling, but may lose himself in her issues if he doesn’t have a healthy set of boundaries. Sacrifice can be the ultimate romantic gesture for Sun in Pisces, so the best partner for him is one who does not take advantage. Shadow Pisces can use escapism as a way of dealing with unpleasant realities in his relationship.
Moon in Pisces needs to dream. She needs magic in her daily life and relationship, even if that just means a partner who accepts her tendency to withdraw into her own world occasionally. Moon in Pisces combines this sign’s intuitiveness with the Moon’s instinct, making her almost unbearably sensitive to what her partner is feeling. Therefore, it’s crucial that the energy in her domestic environment is healthy and serene, and her lover understands that no matter what her Sun sign, underneath she is profoundly empathetic.
Sun in Pisces will sense Moon in Pisces’ immediate understanding and acceptance of his dreams. Moon in Pisces will feel Sun in Pisces’ energy as part of her own. They’ll connect on a level that goes beyond physical or intellectual, which can make for some outstanding moments of oneness. However, too much of a good thing is a risk, as they may have difficulty detaching from each other and living their own lives. They’ll need to moderate themselves so that their relationship doesn’t progress from “serene refuge” to “another world that they never emerge from.”