Opposite from the 5th is the 11th house, and this house signifies the love received from others (trine from the 7th house – your partner.) 11th is also the house of “friends”, meaning social groups.
A heavily stressed 11th house suggests that there is an issue with not feeling lovable. This happens when a ruler of the 11th house receives a hard aspect from the heavier planets (Saturn through Pluto), challenging or interrupting the flow of love received from others in relationship.
The presence of Saturn, Uranus, Pluto, or a stellium (3 or more planets together) within the 11th house suggests a great need for love.
The above tension experienced within 11th house can be expected to affect social interaction, especially within groups:
- Saturn’s involvement to 11th house (involvement through tenancy, rulership or aspect) may suggest a delay in learning to relate comfortably in groups. The other side of the symbolism suggests maturity and wisdom in relating to others – perhaps as a leader or a teacher, or from a position of authority.
- Uranus may suggest intensification of love needs – which may lead to highly unique self expression that calls attention to itself.
- Neptune may suggest idealization and possible disillusionment within groups – healing, aesthetics, or spirituality may be shared with others.
- Pluto again suggests powerful need for love – this may lead to controlling behaviors, but in the best cases the desire to make a difference through one’s resources and depth of perspective.
If you have a problem with group interaction, the best thing to do might be to practice, through seeking a group atmosphere in local hubs (I’m not recommending bars, though – try a bookstore), classes and gatherings. Even if you don’t have anybody going with you, you can take the social atmosphere into your emotional body every time you step out there, and eventually you’re likely to find what you’re interested in that can be shared in a group setting.
Know that you’re lovable.