The Sun and Moon In Your Astrology Chart

The Sun and Moon In Your Astrology Chart

The Sun, the giver of life, represents your conscious mind in Astrology.

It represents your will to live and your entire creative life force.

Just as the planets revolve around the Sun in our solar system, we derive our purpose from the Sun in our natal charts. The Sun is our ego.

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It is also our “adult”—the part of us that censors our “inner child”, that reasons things out and makes final decisions. The Sun is our basic identity.

If someone were to ask, “Who are you?,” and you’ve passed your basic statistics, your answers will probably embody a description of your Sun.

The Sun also represents your overall vitality, since the Sun directs us and is usually considered the ruler of our chart. By house, the Sun’s position shows where our personalities shine. The areas of life associated with that house reveal the types of experiences that contribute to our sense of individuality and that shape our sense of pride.

The Moon is the ruler of Cancer. The Moon represents our deepest personal needs, our basic habits and reactions, and our unconscious.

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Where the Sun acts, the Moon reacts. If you wonder in what manner you instinctively react or respond to problems or what you feel your needs are for a sense of security, then looking to the Moon in your natal chart will give you those answers.

We associate the Moon with the mother and with feminine energy in a general sense. The Moon is both our inner child and our inner mother. It is responsive, receptive, and reflective. The Moon is our spontaneous and instinctual reactions.

Just as the Moon circles the Sun in a symbolically protective manner and reflects the Sun’s light, the Moon in our chart shows us how we protect ourselves. It also shows us how we make ourselves feel secure, comfortable, and safe.

The Moon is a mediator between the inner world and the outer world. While the Sun is rational, the Moon is irrational.

The Moon rules habitual behaviors and deep-rooted inner beliefs.

We may not act these deep inner beliefs out because our Sun may censor them and filter them. The Moon, on the other hand, rules our spontaneous reactions and feelings. If we want to reach true happiness in life—who doesn’t? Then it is wise to neither give your Moon too much importance, or too little importance in your life.

Martin Hamilton

Martin enjoys writing and blogging. Martin has a background in Psychology, Mindfulness Practices, and Organizational Development. Martin believes the true teacher never controls anyone's life in any way—instead, they merely explain how to advance consciousness, and that results in true personal freedom.

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