What Is A Moon Sign? Explore Your Needs
What does the Moon Sign mean?
The Moon Sign in astrology describes the instinctive and emotional part of your nature. It is just as important as your Sun Sign.
It reveals your innate reactions, and what you need to feel comfortable or secure.
Your Moon Sign illuminates your emotional, genetic and intuitive makeup. This will help you understand your needs and how to have them met.
It’s really important to know that whilst your Sun Sign describes qualities you are learning to develop and become, your Moon Sign shows what you already are.
In this post about Your Sun Sign we described The Sun as the centre of the solar system, and so, the central or lead actor in the drama that is you!
As the lead character, The Sun is always interacting with every other planet or player. Therefore, everything in your chart must come back to the central intention The Sun describes.
We can think of The Moon therefore as the support actor, for she is the one who fills out the script and makes it realistic and believable. Equally as important in terms of your overall personality, together the Sun and Moon combine to drive much of your unique personality.
The Moon describes your usual responses, the bottom-line position to which you fall back as you make your way through the world. It is most common for us to behave more like our Moon sign when we are young, and then as we grow the strengths of our Sun sign start to emerge.
Your basic needs, feelings and responses are described by the position of The Moon, as well as its house. These areas of life will feel natural to you. Basically the Moons’ sign, house and aspects show what you need in life, how you are likely to instinctively react, and what gives you emotional comfort.
Watch the video to learn more about your Moon Sign and Rising Sign or Ascendant
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