Moon in Pisces
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.
Pisces is one of the water signs, signs of the tides of life and the emotions. With the Moon in this sign, your primary need is to feel “at one”, to transcend mundane reality and lose yourself in something mystical, way beyond the personal Self. You are attuned to a subtler dimension of life, sensitive, impressionable, picking up on feelings and atmosphere the way a sponge absorbs water. You need to find something to which you can whole heartedly devote yourself without the danger of being abused or losing your own sense of self completely. Treat alcohol and drugs, television and virtual reality with caution. .. they may offer an easily available route to the “transcendent”, otherworldly state you need, but they drain you and dull what is your most valuable asset – your imagination and your psychic sensitivity. Many poets, musicians, film makers and actors have a Piscean Moon – it opens a channel through which creative inspiration can flow from the highest level, so too do mystics and spiritual gurus.
Extremely emotional, your feelings will be the dominating factor within your experience, so that you cry and laugh often, easily and in quick succession. The confusion caused by those turbulent, ever changing waves can be cleared if you form a positive relationship with the real element of water. Living on or nearby water is perfect, but trips to the seaside, going fishing or strolling along the riverbank will serve just as well. If all else fails a deep warm bath with beautiful s scented oils, soft music and candlelight will help you reconnect to still waters within! But the purest stream is to be found in the silence of deep meditation, or in surrendering to the flow of the Tao in for example, Tai Chi; align yourself with that flow and who knows what inspiration will come!
This is SO true of me. Although my Sun sign is Aquarius (an Air sign) I never knew what my Moon sign was until today and now it all makes sense to me. Even more reason to stay grounded…