Moon Signs And It's Influence On You

We all know what our sun sign is or as most like to call it "star sign" but do we know what our moon sign is and the influence it has on us as human beings?


One of the most important pieces of information on your astrological chart is your moon sign (where the moon was the moment you were born). The moon sign shapes your soul, emotions, and feelings. It colours the subconscious below the surface - what helps you feel emotionally secure, your deepest needs.


The moon moves into a different sign every 2-3 days, which is why for example Leo born August 11th cold be very different to a Leo born on August 14th.


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Your moon sign can also influence how strongly your Sun sign is expressed. So for argument's sake, if you're a fiery Aries with a mellow Taurus moon, your aggressive nature may be toned down the steadiness of Taurus. Or if you're a watery Scorpio with a watery Pisces moon, you could be overly intuitive and emotional since these are the traits of a water sign.


Want to find your true soulmates? Check your moon sign and theirs. Chances are, your moons are in compatible signs, or your Moon and Sun are in similar signs. Having moon signs in similar elements (fire, earth, air, or water) can be a determining factor on how well you'll connect emotionally.


Your Moon Sign: What do you need?


I will be doing individual posts on each sign under the moon but for now, I will be giving you a general explanation as to when you get an Astro profile with me I go through everything in detail.


Aries Moon:

Someone under an Aries moon needs challenges, actions, novelty and to be "first". They want to feel alive and be turned on but can also be very demanding when it comes to attention. So overall they need a challenge but to be babied and look after too at times.



Taurus Moon:

Someone under the Taurus moon needs stability, affection, material comforts, beauty to feel that they're building something worthwhile and lasting. They want a return on their emotional investment but can be a little too security-obsessed.