Moon In Sagittarius: About Sagittarius as a Moon Sign

 

Moon In Sagittarius: About Sagittarius as Moon Sign

Moon In Sagittarius: About Sagittarius as a Moon Sign

There will be a quick, enthusiastic response to all situations; here is someone who will never "beat about the bush", and will come up with a ready and understandable answer. If suggestions are needed the chances are that they will be practical and sensible, and backed up by wisdom. 

Moon In Sagittarius: About Sagittarius as Moon SignThere are considerable resources of emotion, but the way in which these will be channeled will be very much related to other dominating factors of the chart, and to how the planets work for the individual concerned. 

Hopefully these resources will flourish and help the Moon in Sagittarius type to flourish too; but if that is not the case, astrology could be of enormous help to the person concerned, since he or she may be able to use other strengths and areas of their personalities to achieve a more positive expression. 

A lot will depend on how other people react to them; youngsters in this group who come up with some lively imaginative scheme which is either ignored or over criticized by parents will feel deflated. 

As a result when grown up they may well display a tendency to express an extremely off-hand manner "see if I care" or "so what, what does it matter anyway" a clear signal that Moon in Sagittarius is not responding well to present situations, and is also far from fully integrated into the personality as a whole. 

But here too is splendid potential, and the will to make much of what talent is present.

 


  Moon In Sagittarius: About Sagittarius as Moon SignThis article was excerpted from:

 

The Astrologer's Handbook"
by Julia Parker.


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 Julia Parker is internationally known and respected in the field of astrology, not only because she has been President of the British Faculty of Astrological Studies, but even more so because she is the author of the international super-seller "The Compleat Astrologer" which was on the bestseller charts in the U.S., England, Brazil, and Japan. This article is excerpted with permission from "The Astrologer's Handbook" by Julia Parker, ©1995, published by CRCS Publications, PO Box 1460, Sebastopol, CA 95473. Tel: 707-829-0735; Fax: 707-793-9434.


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