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Moon aspects

Posted by admin on February 4, 2010

See planets aspects for explanation on how planet aspects work within the birthchart.


Moon Conjunction Mercury

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You like to tap into your intellectual reserves and bring them under the watchful eye of your emotions. It’s not always possible to do this, of course, and you can sometimes run around chasing your tail, trying to make sense out of what is going on in your private life by exposing it to public scrutiny.

Moon Opposition Mercury

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You often find yourself swinging like a pendulum between being completely oblivious to the impact of mind on eeling, and trying to merge the two together so that they are permanently functioning together. The latter isn’t easy, and it wouldn’t actually be feasible or desirable to attempt it too seriously or too often.

Moon Square Mercury

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Your emotional faculties are often at odds with your intellectual life, often making you sit down and scratch your head about just exactly what is going on inside. Feeling and thinking don’t always mix harmoniously in any case – it’s often better policy to leave each go their separate and mutually independent ways.

This aspect gives you a curiosity about the motives of other people. You like to find out what makes them tick on the inside while observing them from the outside. The downside of this is that your natural curiosity can sometimes appear as nosiness to those whom you observe.

The Moon relates to the family and domestic issues of your life. Mercury, on the other hand focuses on relationships with brothers, sisters, relatives and neighbours. When these two planets, which form a hard aspect in your birth chart, are triggered of by the transits of the outer planets, conflicts may arise with these people. See it as a sort of karmic lesson in life to understand and find peace with those people. Remember, communication with others comes through the intellect where as the motive lies deep in the emotions… Any conflict you have with siblings or neighbours can be resolved easier if what what comes out of your mouth is a true reflection of what you really feel inside…

Moon trine/sextile Mercury

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You seek to incorporate your emotional life into the intellectual sphere in order that the two work harmoniously together and you reap the benefits of both. In fact, you do this most successfully and neither faculty eludes or deserts you, thus giving you the best of both worlds.

Moon Conjunction Venus

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You have a great need for relationships. They give you that emotional harmony you desire in order to feel that your life is ticking over as evenly as possible. Sometimes, though, when you’re not partnered but are looking to be, you might just make a judgment in error, because of your need for a relationship in the first place.

Moon Opposition Venus

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Emotionally, it isn’t always easy for you to bring your feelings into check when you feel the validity of your affections challenged. Partners always seem to want to make you account for yourself and you, therefore, ask the same of them.

Moon Square Venus

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It isn’t always easy for your affections to work harmoniously with your instinctive, emotional feeling. That is, you might find that your partners are not necessarily the ones to give you the right amount of confidence to feel that you’ve chosen wisely and well. This could make you insecure and, perhaps, look further afield while still in a relationship.

Moon trine/sextile Venus

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Your affections and your emotional life work pretty harmoniously together, giving you the confidence needed to express yourself to your partner without the fear of misunderstanding or rejection. You have an eye for the most attractive of partners, and it would be surprising if you didn’t try to use your physical appearance to the best possible advantage.

Moon Conjunction Mars

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Your emotional life is one of intensity and passion. You’ve got a lot to say and you like to say it. Sometimes, though, you find it hard to tap into the source of your feelings and you wonder if there was ever anything there at all. But when you’re on fire emotionally, boy, do you burn!

You probably grew up in a very busy environment; family life was an active affair and some of your family members may have been quite assertive if not agressive, your mother especially. If fact your passionate responsive nature would have been inherited from your mother’s side of the family.

Moon Opposition Mars

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Emotionally you can swing in either direction. You can either be passionate and enthusiastic or you can be defensive, creating and seeking out conflict where it doesn’t really exist. However, the pertinent thing to remember is that there’s a whole boiler house of emotional energy within you -therefore it’s in everybody’s interest that it follows a creative a source as possible.

Moon Square Mars

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Emotionally, you often find yourself living on a knife-edge. You experience feelings passionately, though sometimes you have a little difficulty in keeping them in check. Thus, you’re not always necessarily a peacemaker. It’s not that you’re intentionally provocative or aggressive – more to the point is that, because emotional harmony is sometimes elusive with you, you over-react to others whose behaviour you might find slightly off-centre.

Moon trine/sextile Mars

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You work in easily with your inner passions and these very much rule your emotional life. You’re instinctive and persuasively passionate, and your partner is never left in doubt about how you actually feel. Of course, this goes for any person or project which sparks your excitement, whether that excitement be a positive or negative feeling.

Moon Conjunction Jupiter

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You have a fund of good feeling which you like to dispense liberally. This does not imply that you give yourself over indiscriminately to just any old person or cause but, rather, that you give yourself fully and freely to people or causes to whom you already feel unreservedly committed. Your richness of emotion is like a healing agent.

Moon Opposition Jupiter

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You seem to waver constantly between being emotionally extravagant and optimistic, and being reserved, almost suspicious. When you’re good you’re terrific – generous, gregarious, giving, loving, trusting. When you’re bad you’re like the cartoon Tasmanian devil, rushing around in a whirlwind of frustration and lashing out at everyone and everything. What you need is an anchor, a permanent support. When you feel you have this in your life, you’ll flower like a spring blossom.

Moon Square Jupiter

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Responding to situations often causes you a dilemma; you are either a volcano of emotional expression or you are struggling for that one word that shows your reaction. It is all down to your sense of inner confidence. When you are comfortable and at ease with your surroundings it is incredibly easy for you to express what you feel, sometimes to the point of going over the top! However, when those nagging insecurities begin to manifest, everything begins to whirl around inside your head but not much comes out. To others you may appear like two different people, but from your own point of view it is only your level of confidence that changes you.

Emotionally, you find it difficult sometimes to let those more positive and beneficial feelings keep the upper hand. Indeed, you can often wander into vales of depression a little too easily at times. This is likely to be due to you feeling yourself oppressed and burdened by the weight of emotional responsibility. But, just like anyone else, you have an equal capacity for rising phoenix-like from the ashes and building yourself a brand new world.

Moon trine/sextile Jupiter

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The content of your emotional make-up is fundamentally harmonious. The Moon in your chart represents your inner emotional self while Jupiter is the planet of optimism and expansiveness. The positive aspect (120 degrees) is the most positive of all planetary connections. You find it more easy than most to maintain a level of good feeling in your dealings with people on a mundane or intimate level. You have much to give which is rich and fruitful and you respond positively and quickly to those same qualities in others. No matter how traumatic life may be you always have that inner feeling that nothing is quite that dreadful. A kind of emotional buoyancy which always keeps you afloat, emotionally speaking.

You have a religious feel which needs watering frequently, whether or not you’re involved in organised religion; a kind of spiritual yearning which will be pursued avidly at some point in life when this particular part of your birth chart is triggered off…

Moon Conjunction Saturn

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Emotionally, you have a great deal of discipline and reserve. This is not due to coldness or anything like that but, rather, it’s the result of your great awareness of the responsibility inherent in human relationships. You do not give yourself willy-nilly to just anyone because the quality of your emotion is deep and therefore serious. So. . .when you act you mean it, and when you don’t act you mean that too.

Moon Opposition Saturn

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Emotionally, you’re caught between responsibility and independence. Both have an equal attraction for you. Responsibility because it allows you to express your innate emotionalstrength and guidance for the benefit of others, and independence because it allows you to go with the wind, remaining unanswerable to anyone. Both these elements can combine, though; and, when they do, you’re as strong as the Statue of Liberty.

Moon Square Saturn

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You have this blind spot – you feel yourself threatened by authority, which you often equate with men in general and older men in particular. It’s what Freud – that old codger – would have called a preoccupation with the father figure. This is no big deal, really; we all have this to greater or lesser degrees. What matters, of course, is how much we let this thing rule us. That is, does it colour our every mood and action and, if so,
would we therefore not be better off making the valiant effort of turning our blind spot into a vehicle for self-education.

Moon trine/sextile Saturn

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Others feel very much that you’re a dependable and well adjusted person emotionally and this makes all kinds of weird and wonderful folk seek you out as their confessor. You’re a bit of a safe haven for drifters and ships in the night. You don’t find this too much of a burden because your emotional anchor is, indeed, securely fastened and, for every one person who seeks your shoulder to cry on, there are three more whom you’d take on board willingly.

Moon Conjunction Uranus

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You’re emotions are sometimes restless, sometimes clear as a bell. When they’re restless they create all manner of problems, because the instability gives rise to turmoil. This makes you confused, frustrated, and others uncomfortable. On the other hand, when you’re clear you develop a perception and emotional insight which can hardly be equalled.

Moon Opposition Uranus

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Hubble, bubble, toil and strife! Your emotional life is one of great urgency and tension; you’re constantly trying to decide which road to travel – the easy one or the difficult one. Because, in truth, the difficult one does have an attraction for you. It seems that all that disruption and turmoil creates a stimulating environment for you in which your emotional strength actually flourishes.

Moon Square Uranus

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There are times when you just can’t settle into anything at all, you’re so emotionally overwrought. It takes ages, sometimes days – for emotional normality to return, and that doesn’t seem to last long either! There’s nothing wrong with you, of course. It’s just that you’re very highly strung and this gives you a tension – and a tendency to react – which throws you out of alignment easily.

Moon trine/sextile Uranus

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You have an inner need to find freedom and often will react strongly to personal restriction. You like to keep your emotions flowing, not have them pinned down by someone else. If your life becomes bogged down with routines and plans then a more rebellious side of your character comes out. At times you can make out that you do not have emotions, or rather you over rationalise them in your attempt to explain how you really feel.
Either way, when it comes to reacting to outside stimulus, you have a need to be different…

Moon Conjunction Neptune

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You have a kind of gift. You have a great deal of emotional sympathy which allows you to respond to all kinds of people and situations which pass clean over the heads of most others. That is, you feel things which many people aren’t aware of. This is an intuitive faculty, because it goes right to the source regardless of circumstance or reason.

Moon Opposition Neptune

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It’s easy for you to be swept along by the sensation of the moment and drawn into things from which you then find it difficult to extricate yourself. That is, you can be impressionable and, like all things which imply a lack of your own personal will, this can lead to situations which become uncomfortable for you. Your emotions are tied up with your imagination and the two work as one. You need to check your emotional state occasionally and ask yourself ‘are you reading too much into a situation?’ you can drift off at times!

Moon Square Neptune

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Emotional confusion leads to clouded judgment. This is something you know all about! Indeed, there are days when it would have been better that you stayed in bed because anything and everything goes wrong. The good part is that these situations are never permanent, and often seem to disappear as quickly as they arrive. This is because, emotionally, you’re forever in a state of flux, and this by definition gives rise to ever-new scenarios.

Moon trine/sextile Neptune

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You live in harmonious existence with all those thoughts and
feelings which linger on the periphery and which give such colour to the imagination. That is, emotionally, you respond easily to atmosphere and those hidden qualities which go to make up environments and situations. Naturally, this same sensitivity applies equally to your dealings with people, it’s like you can sense their spirits. It would be very easy for you to tune-in to the higher energy frequencies used in the healing arts, you have the capacity to act as a channel for these energies. By learning one or more methods of natural healing, and using this gift to help others, you would also satisfy your own inner need for spiritual growth.

Moon Conjunction Pluto

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Your emotions sometimes leave you feeling as if you exist in a void, with everybody else having the enjoyment you crave. This impression doesn’t always last for long, but it’s real enough while it’s there all the same. It’s like a tinge of apprehension, really – a fear of the future, perhaps. But you accept it well and use it for what it can offer: it can direct you to the right path.

The Moon represents your emotional reaction to life; how you feel on the inside regardless of what’s on show on the outside. In your case Pluto adds intensity and depth to your personal and emotional centre of being. What this means is that sometimes your reaction to what is happening around you is far more intense than it is to most people. Obviously with such intensity going on under the surface some people have difficulty really fathoming you out. Because of your increased awareness on the under currents of life you’re more inclined to keep personal stuff very much to yourself, even you can’t always work out just exactly what it is that bubbles under the surface, though you do tend to attract similar types into your life…

Moon Square Pluto

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You may find it difficult at times to reconcile yourself to what you consider to be your vales of depression and gloom and, equally, your nagging paranoia. It’s not too hard for you to paint yourself into a corner and develop an ‘us and them’ complex, telling yourself everyone’s after you but you don’t exactly know why. Well, cheer up, they’re after all of us and we don’t know why either!

The Moon represents your emotional reaction to life; how you feel on the inside regardless of what’s on showon the outside. In your case Pluto adds intensity and depth to your personal and emotional centre of being. What this means is that sometimes your reaction to what is happening around you is far more intense
than it is to most people. Obviously with such intensity going on under the surface some people have difficulty really fathoming you out. Because of your increased awareness on the under currents of life you’re more inclined to keep personal stuff very much to yourself, even you can’t always work out just exactly what it is that bubbles under the surface, though you do tend to attract similar types into your life…

Moon opposite Pluto

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Your early family life may have been quite intense at times creating feelings of being controlled in some way. You also may be holding onto a lot of emotional memories that in an unconscious way still influence the way you respond to certain types of people. You constantly analyse your feelings with your deep perception though you can run the risk of making more out of them than actually exist. You need to have a good cry every so often to empty out your emotional tanks. Your emotional well being and stability is affected by your sex life, for you sexual energy is closely linked to emotional energy; you need a healthy sex life to maintain your balance.

Moon trine/sextile Pluto

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Emotionally, you respond to all kinds of people and situations which mightn’t affect others at all. Indeed, others could find this puzzling, as if you were somehow reacting to obscure causes beyond their comprehension. Be that as it may,emotionally you reach out as far as you can go in order to pull in the necessary stimulus you require.

Unaspected Moon

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Various insecurities make you seek out the company of others for just long enough to re-charge your batteries before you’re off again. Often, you adopt fashionable causes, putting as much of yourself into them as possible, as this bolsters your self-esteem by making you feel involved. You have a nagging feeling that you’re missing out on something unless you’re in the midsto f an emotional upheaval, and will even go so far as to fabricate one in order to ‘normalize’ things. In other words, you are seeking a reflection for your personality in order to find a way of expressing the latter. Well, that’s nothing new, we all do that; but, really, you shouldn’t be so hard on yourself! You’ve got no more or less emotional complexities than the next person, and you don’t have to reassure yourself you’re alive by manufacturing crises. Everybody has those feelings of self-doubt that you do;everybody who is anybody undergoes a crisis of faith occasionally. All good things come to those who wait; let things unfold at their own pace.