Celebrate the Moon in Sagittarius with this personalised eCard
You have Moon in Sagittarius. Here's an interpretation of your Sagittarius Moon.
The sign occupied by the Moon at your time of birth is an indicator of your emotional and physical nature. It describes your unconscious, instinctive reactions, what is innate, perhaps inherited from your mother or reflected in the feminine dimension of your life. It tells us what kind of experience you need in order to feel emotionally satisfied.
Sagittarius is one of the fire signs, signs of the vital spirit of life. With the Moon in this sign, your primary need is for adventure, for the thrill of facing the wild unknown. An urge for expansion is one of the hallmarks of your nature, an urge that you may fulfill by physical exploration and travel into foreign lands, by mental forays into further education paths or by spiritual quests for meaning and purpose. To assist you on your travels you have the gift of confidence or belief in yourself; when those inner fires of enthusiasm are burning you can climb any mountain. You hate to feel cribbed and confined, trapped by routine and necessity. You’re a wild thing at heart and are never happier than when you have a distant horizon to stretch your eyes, feeling the wind in your hair or when taking a risk. In fact you should beware of the edgy excitements of gambling, which may satisfy your appetite for that risky buzz in the short term but in the long, are distracting you from the true adventures life could have in store!
You are cheerful by nature and love a good belly laugh. You can be the fire which warms the hearts of your friends and lifts them out of gloom and despondency by illuminating the positive side of their situation. You are a natural teacher, preacher or prophet – that burning bright inner fire has the sparks to kindle enthusiasm in all who hear you. You are open and candid, although sometimes abrupt in your manner as a result of your inner impulsive impetuousness. But you have high standards of behaviour, a strong belief in ethical conduct and a resultant dislike of underhandness or deceit. You really thrive on having a belief system with which you are proud to identify. It need not be a particular religion,[ though it often is] but whatever it is, you must always beware of becoming self righteous, fanatical or judgmental. Send the ecard for the full interpretation
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