A Pisces man in love will give his entire self to his partner, swooning in the dance of two souls merging as one. That’s his aim, to achieve complete harmony and unity as one being with no firm distinctions as to where his identity ends and his partner’s begins. This can be intoxicating to a fellow romantic spirit, but completely overwhelming for those who are looking to date more casually.
Sexuality is all in the heads of the three air signs. At their best, a Pisces man can inspire an Air sign woman’s desire to make a deeper emotional connection, and she can help him put his feelings into words.
There’s an air of mysticism surrounding a Pisces man. He’s a quiet man with a rich inner world that he doesn’t share lightly. But once trust and an intimate sexual bond are created, he’ll fascinate his lover with talk about his dreams, schemes, and mystical things. He’s a quintessential romantic idealist who believes all things are possible.
A Pisces man is unique. He’s charming, romantic, and one of the most sexually creative men you’ll ever meet. He’ll do anything and everything his lover desires, as long as he knows his heart is safe. The fact is, a Pisces man understands a woman’s sexual needs in a way that most men can’t. He wants a woman who can be his lover, friend, and lifetime companion, and that’s a tall order to fill. Ask yourself if you can give this man all that he desires. If you can, you’ll be rewarded with a sensually fulfilling relationship in every sense of the word.
Several years ago, a major aviation incident happened that killed many people. Minutes before the news became public, a friend of mine, who happens to be Pisces (and psychologist), called me on the phone.
Part of the attraction to the sea directly relates to this sign’s sense of imagination. For example, other signs, like Leo, may look upon the Pacific Ocean and see beautiful shades of blues and greens.
A Pisces man wants to connect with his lover in a deeply meaningful way. He’s romantic, passionate, emotional, and sensitive, and he excels at giving and receiving both pleasure and love. Far from feeling guilt, fear, or pain, he considers sex a beautiful gift from “above” that connects him to the divine.
Work and career are generally aspects of a Pisces man’s life that (like the rest of him) never conform to typical ideas of what a regular job should be. Often, he will invent a career for himself that you didn’t even know could exist, doing something so intriguing and bizarre that you just want to ask him a million questions about what it’s like to be a poisonous dart frog breeder or private investigator.
We once counseled a very driven, ambitious Capricorn woman and her Pisces boyfriend of thirteen years. Like many Capricorns, she had mapped out a plan for the rest of her life, and was meeting her goals with the precision of a military general. Except…one. She wanted to be married by 32, and her 34th birthday was approaching. The Pisces still wasn’t “ready.” Her biological clock was ticking so loudly, we thought a bomb had been planted.
A Pisces man likes attention given behind the gift. He wants to feel loved and cherished, and this can be done by creating anything to express how you feel. He is not someone who wants to get a book for his birthday, or a technical gadget he will not be able to use. He wants something more personal, something that doesn’t require analysis, and something he can feel. You can always go with soft materials, things he can touch and smell, for his senses to awaken. This is a man who will appreciate a drawing as much as a soft piece of clothing, or a pair of socks, for as long as attention is being given and he feels appreciated.
A Pisces man will have little regard for “rules for the sake of rules,” and will defy everything from dress code to issues on tardiness or taking breaks. Rather than marching to the beat of their own drummer, they tend to undulate vaguely to their own internal clarinet. This may infuriate managers, but if the people in charge of a Pisces can recognize the strange genius of the man they’ve employed and just let him do his thing (rules and regulations be damned), they’ll often be amazed by the results he produces and the inventiveness of his work.
A Pisces man does not just have sex; he makes love. He’s flirtatious, romantic, emotionally open, gentle, and passionate. He has no boundaries and is open to experimentation. For him, merging with his lover is heavenly bliss.
That’s because in their quest to help others deal with emotional trauma and pain, Pisces men often attract drama. Moreover, there is a tendency to care too much, which in turn leads to an unattractive, clingy codependency.
To a Gemini woman, sex is like playing. It has to be fun and nothing too serious. Love has nothing to do with it, and emotional connection isn’t even necessary for her to enjoy the experience. A Pisces man is certain to find sex with a Gemini woman emotionally unfulfilling. There’s a good chance that a Gemini woman and a Pisces man won’t even recognize each other as sexual beings.
Like a slippery fish, the Pisces man is hard to pin down. He needs to protect his freedom before he’ll commit to anything. No Fish ever wants to be trapped on the hook, after all! At the same time, when the Pisces man has no structure or boundaries, he flails around like a salmon on the dock, gasping for air. “The more you know me, the less I disclose,” says Chris, a Pisces writer.
Website visitors to Guy Counseling know that on occasion, I will pen articles about topics that touch upon psycho-spirituality; a term used to describe the blending of psychology and various spiritual teachings.
Tension between Pisces and the Gemini woman arises from the verbal and literate Gemini impatiently waiting for the gestural and non-verbal Pisces to respond. Neither of you will willingly adapt to the other’s communication style unless there is something irresistible about the other.
A Pisces man can add an emotional nuance to a fire sign woman’s sexuality, and her vitality and enthusiasm can add spice to their lovemaking. A Pisces man and a Fire sign woman can be one steamy combination for a while and under the right circumstances.
Water has no boundaries. It can seep into even the tiniest crack and wreak havoc, melting barriers and dissolving that which was formerly solid. The power of Neptune, god of the sea, is of dissolution – that which seeks oneness. Water is our natural state, from the primordial ooze where we began to the amniotic fluid we swam in while within the womb. This is what Pisces energy is all about: fluidity, unity, and returning to our original source.
A Tibetan relic or a huge chunk of a crystal will probably please him to no end, earning in a place of honor on one of his altars. You might gift him a piece of black tourmaline, obsidian, or shungite, which will protect against negative energy (which he has a tendency toward being open to absorbing).
Some Pisces folks take their protection from polluting forces even further, installing water filters to get rid of contaminants and fluoride, or blocking wi-fi transmissions. Before you accuse him of wearing a tinfoil hat, remember that a Pisces man will pick up on things that other people aren’t aware of, so if it works for him, don’t knock it.
A Sagittarius woman can be as elusive as a Pisces man. However, she’s sexually more primal. A Sagittarian woman and Pisces man can both quickly replace reality with fantasy, so sex between them can be adventurous and exciting. But a Pisces man experiences their lovemaking on an emotional level and wants to take his time and bask in the afterglow, while she’s quickly bored with his slower pace and is ready to move on.
Pisces men can be found on the edge of town. If they are in the center of things, it is at a church or other service organization. Otherwise, they operate on the periphery. Bars and taverns attract the man born under the sign of the Fish as often as places of worship.
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