The 12th House is the place of spirituality and repairing past mistakes. This meaning links it to karma, to the legacy of past lives. With the 12th House, the journey through the Astrological Houses ends. Along the way, the "I" took shape and substance. He matured, learned to relate to others, meditate on the existence of life, and dedicated himself to the greater good. Now, in House 12, the "I" abandons individuality and returns to the collective whole. This House of Spirituality is the place to repair past mistakes, which is worth referring to as karma, the legacy of past [....]Read More..
In House 2, the soul is on a mission to develop a stronger sense of its worth and qualities. With the beginning of self-discovery in House 1, House 2 gives us the task of giving substance to who we are. Now we are assigned the mission to develop a stronger sense of our worth and our qualities. The "I" is defined. We need to know what we have, what we can call "our." We must also have an idea of what we are worth, what we would like to be and structure our lives. Second House [....]Read More..
House 3 reflects the entrance to a new stage of our life. We can already examine the world around us, interact with it, and form ideas and opinions. Our journey through the Astrological Houses begins in House 1, where our Ascendant sign lives. After becoming aware of "I," we move to House 2. Here, we add substance to our identity and learn our potential for fulfillment. Over time, we understand our personality, realize our limitations, and understand how to get around them. Meanwhile, we arrive at House 3, the House of the mind, the brothers, and the environment. [....]Read More..
In the 5th House, the energy of our personality is revealed to the world. Conscious of who we are, our "I" expands and grows. In House 1, we are only. At House 2, we discover our unique identity. In House 3, we turn our attention to the outside world. In House 4, we discover our identity, and in House 5, we reveal ourselves. In the 5th House, the energy of our personality is revealed to the world. Conscious of who we are, our "I" expands and grows. Naturally ruled by the Sun and the sign Leo, the Fifth House reflects our desire for transformation, growth, and creation. [....]Read More..
In the 6th House, the desire to create, to materialize, gives us the belief that there are no limits to the expression of our "I." Our journey through the Houses continues, and we arrive at House 6. We are barely in House 1. At House 2, we discover that we are unique. In House 3, we externalize our personality. In House 4, we discover our identity. In House 5, we reveal ourselves to the world. After the need for self-expression in House 5, where our "I" needs to stand out, shine, and be recognized, we come to House 6. Here, we no longer believe that we are "everything," b[....]Read More..
The 7th House represents relationships of all kinds with others. The "I" learns that it cannot develop independently, and therefore this is the House of Relationships. Once in the 7th House, the "I" is ready to relate to others. In this House, the personality learns that it cannot develop alone and, therefore, this is the House of relationships. The 7th House marks the Descending sign, the westernmost point of the birth chart, that is, the sign placed on the western horizon at the moment of birth. With the 6th House, the last of the "Personal Houses," the person knows wha[....]Read More..
The 8th House represents the most intimate relationships and the emotional transformations resulting from relationships with others. It is where personal crises occur and where the most profound personality changes occur. House 8 is known as the "House of Regeneration." The challenge that brings personality to the need for evolution. Transcending personal limits through internal reflection and change. This House is ruled by Scorpio and Mars (in traditional Astrology) and by Pluto (in modern Astrology). The 8th House represents the most intimate relationships[....]Read More..
The 10th House represents our public image and shows what weakens and improves our professional reputation. Projects the characteristics that we want others to see in us. House 10 is the "House of the Race," also known as the "House of Ambition." It represents our public image and shows what weakens and improves our professional reputation. People with positive astrological aspects in this House tend to be successful in areas where they can express their true calling. This House is naturally associated with the planet Saturn and the sign Capricorn. The 10th House project[....]Read More..
House 1 shows how we present ourselves to the world. Being dominated by the Ascendant sign shows how we organize our life experiences and shape our astrological personality. Strongly linked to "I," House 1 shows how we present ourselves to the world. It is also related to childhood, the development of personal identity, and everything that has to do with new beginnings. The Ascendant sign tends to dominate this House, although there is also a natural connection with Aries and the planet Mars. Any planet that transmits through this House is likely to activate a new direction[....]Read More..
In House 9, the personality is mature and has a long life experience. The "I" is ready to reflect and begin to conclude the purpose of your earthly passage. After passing through the 8th House, the House where we evolve from relationships with the world and with others, the 9th House offers us a renewed perspective on life. With difficulties, we grow, learn and reinvent ourselves. We are renewed, and we get a broader view of who we are and how we interact with others. Traditionally associated with the planet Jupiter and the sign Sagittarius, the 9th House faces a mature p[....]Read More..
House 4 represents the place we go when we turn inward, the most intimate place. The time has come to a stop, taking in what we have learned earlier. In House 1, we are bare. In House 2, we discover our unique identity. In House 3, we turn our attention to the outside world and begin forming our opinions about things. We get an idea of who we are, our individuality, our physical body, mind, and environmental context during this journey. As we approach House 4, the time has stopped to assimilate what we learned in previous Houses. [....]Read More..
In House 11, the soul goes beyond its egocentricity to become even more significant than it already is. It acquires a social conscience of the whole in which it is inserted. Not being aware of yourself, for fear of being forgotten until you are recognized as someone: this was the path taken by the "I" from the First to the Tenth House. Upon reaching the 11th House, the ego is fully defined and properly-recognized (by itself and by others). The necessary conditions allow the "I" to enter a deeper plane. In this House, we go beyond our self-centeredness to become even more inc[....]Read More..