THE TWELVE HOUSES
Relates to personal life and how we are seen by others. Here we see our outer personality traits and how we present to others. Individual or personal issues are highlighted in this area of the chart. The first house can also relate to ones physical appearance.
Relates to resources, our self worth and self esteem. This can often be associated with self worth through material possessions or resources. The 2nd house shows what we value in life and our attitude towards finances and personal wealth.
Relates to how we communicate with others, our early childhood experiences at school, our relationships with siblings and neighbours, short journeys and everything that affects us from the outside world in an intellectual capacity.
Relates to home, clan and family experiences, as well as family of origin influences on early childhood experiences. The family origins and influences on early childhood experiences. The parental roots such as values, tradition and heritage, which can be passed on at unconscious or conscious levels. Our sense of security in the home environment and our unconscious emotional triggers that underpin conscious activity in the here and now.
Relates to our creative expression and artistic abilities. Here we see an underlying need to stand out from others as a means of confirming uniqueness, being validated and feeling special. 5th house also relates to children, love affairs, leisure, playfulness, joy and hobbies.
Relates to health, work and daily routines. This is the house of service to others and your approach to daily work rituals and everyday living. Unlike the 5th house of fun and playfulness, the 6th house relates to boundaries and hard work. We also see the nature of relationships to co-workers here. Health and fitness are also a focus with 6th house matters.
Relates to partnerships and commitment to others through marriage and long term relationships. Here we learn to compromise with others. The 1st House is the point of self awareness, whereas the polarity of the 7th house is considered a point of awareness to others. Traditionally the 7th house is also associated with 'open enemies' and business partnerships.
Associated with religion, spirituality, personal philosophies, belief systems and seeking out meaning or purpose for this life time. The 9th house also relates to higher education and holding an interest in different cultures and travel. Expansion and optimism are key words for the 9th house.
The 10th house is at the zenith of the chart so refers to our higher ambitions in life and career. The 10th house represents how a person is seen in the outer world by others. Emphasis on the 10th house will be indicative of a person who is highly motivated to reach their goals in their chosen profession.
Relates to friends and groups of people with whom we hold a common bond or interest. Here we may hold shared ambitions, ideals and goals with others for the common good of man and humanity.
Here we see a yearning to return to a state of oneness with the universe. It can relate to being of service to others behind the scenes, e.g., hospitals, prisons, monasteries, asylums, etc. The 12th house can also relate to aloneness and being withdrawn from others. The 12th house planets may indicate a desire for private time away from everybody where the person can reflect, meditate and reflect from the busy world. A higher vibration of the 12th house influence can mean spirituality, past life experiences and being connected with the collective unconscious. The lower vibration can be escapism through withdrawing and substance abuse.