when even the Aries Sun Sign native (like myself) must eventually submit to Leonine superiority to keep the peace?
Appreciation and admiration never fail to enhance the sunny nature of Leo, and no one appreciates or admires more charmingly than Pisces. Conversely, Leo's warm Solar rays never fail to bring into flower the delicate blossoms of the Neptune personality of Pisces which need to be tenderly cared for, and no one can be more warmly protective and affectionate than Leo. Therefore, unless there are serious conflicts between their mutual Moon Signs, Ascendants or Sun-Moon aspects, together they can encourage the best in each other, complement one another's essence, and find considerable joy and comfort in an alliance.
This is not an infrequent combination, since Pisces can bring much tenderness and insight into Leo's life - while Leo can bring a great measure of emotional and other security into the Piscean's life. Still a Lion may swallow a Fish when the Big Cat grows tired of playing. These two are not compatible by nature, and must work at harmony. Leo feels at home in a hot, dry, jungle habitat - Pisces, in cool, shaded waters. There are considerable basic differences, and one of them must give up familiarity of environment, symbolically, to remain together. If the Leo has a Water Sign Ascendant or the Moon in a Water Sign, it will be easier to renounce the jungle life for a dive into deep Neptune waters. If the Fish has a Fire Sign Ascendant or the Moon in a Fire Sign, it will be easier to breathe free on dry land, roaming the 'pride' beside the noble Lion or Lioness, without longing for escape back into the ocean of emotional oblivion.
The 6-8 Sun Sign Pattern of Leo-Pisces has the potential of becoming a satisfactory relationship, with all the appeal outward strength has for inward strength… and vice versa. Since the Fish has an inner spiritual noblesse oblige comparable to the dignified outer nobility of Leo's personality, they can, if they try, manage very well on any stage of life, whether it be business, friendship, family, or marital.
Leo is the zodiacal sixth house of service to Pisces, which explains the unusual urge in Leo to willingly serve Pisces in some way, not a normal behavioural pattern with Big Cats toward other Sun Signs. Of course, that doesn't negate the superiority syndrome, it just dilutes it somewhat. After all, monarchs do serve their subjects graciously and continually, but they're still monarchs.
Most Pisceans have a tough time deciding what exactly it is they want to do or be. They listen willingly to almost anyone's advice, follow it only for a short while - or do nothing. Since Pisces can't bear to see anyone miserable, and Leo cannot bear to see anyone wandering around without a goal, the impasse could end up with a sulking Lion and a weeping Fish.
Often Pisces is tempted by two possibilities at once, which equally lure and intrigue. The Lion should permit the Fish a fling at both simultaneously if necessary, because Pisces needs time and lack of pressure to try things out through multiple experience - as a way of finding himself (or herself). It's a wise Lion (or Lioness) who grants to Pisces this privilege, and Leo is, after all, possessed of innate dignity and wisdom. (I thought I'd make a few points here for the Fish since they're not big on making points for themselves.)
A Fish, in any sort of daily contact with a Lion, should always keep in mind that sincere appreciation (flattery) will soothe the savage beast more quickly than pouting, tears, or silence. The Lion should not forget that gentleness is the most reliable bait with which to lure the sensitive Piscean, and regal roaring only causes the Fish to frantically flap its fins and struggle to breathe. It isn't difficult for these two to adjust to one another and find happiness if they both show their positive instead of negative sides.
Leo will demand (or at least expect) control over money, being a natural organiser. But Leo is also extravagant. Pisces is often surprisingly good handling the intricacies of finance, but the Fish doesn't really have any