Jupiter in 7th House synastry relationships are based on harmony and mutual understanding and thus are appropriate for both business and matrimony. The future spouses start off by creating a strong foundation of common interests and complete compatibility in cultural, aesthetical, intellectual, spiritual, and social life aspects. Physical and emotional attraction is also there, but it’s often secondary.
In business relationships, honesty and responsibility come to the fore as the partners successfully combine their personal ideas of the moral with those of society. Jupiter in Seventh House synastry is very promising for those working in publishing, religion, higher education, and law. The “Jupiterian” personality refines the joint activity spiritually and intellectually while the Seventh House person tries hard to realize the material projects.
If Jupiter is negative, the partners’ interactions are hindered by the tendency to be hypercritical and set unrealistic goals while having exaggerated expectations about their realization.
from F. Sakoyan, L. Ecker
Jupiter in 7th House Synastry Explained
Synastry Jupiter in 7th House often causes painful misunderstandings, especially at the beginning of your relationship. You tend to perceive your partner in contradictory ways. On the one hand, you expect them to provide value to your life by expanding your opportunities; on the other hand, whenever they do something like that on your behalf, you can get suspicious of their motifs, viewing them as (1) attempts of self-validation at your expense, and (2) manifestations of exaggerated ego.
The latter, which you’ll notice all the time even when nobody else does, will make you angry and eager to show the partner his or her place, preferably in a way that will make them remember that as a lesson. Alas, if such reactions lead to hasty words or actions, you will be hurt, at least on the inside.
The karmic meaning of synastry Jupiter in Seventh House
The first karmic task for synastry Jupiter in the 7th House is to perceive your own inadequately exaggerated and narcissistic ego. When you see it for what it is, two important things will happen. Firstly, you’ll notice that your partner does not show off as much as you thought; and secondly, that he or she does come to help you when your reactions are reasonable and appropriate. Your partner, in turn, needs to (1) get used to your strong disapproval of his or her bragging, and (2) learn not to resent some of your more personal responses to the strengthening of your Jupiter (which occurs when you are promoted at work, for instance) because such responses may, in fact, contain a fair deal of bitter truth.
from A. Podvodny