North Node Aquarius 1st House / South Node Leo 7th House
No longer needing other people to entertain you. Learning to express your individuality. Learning to approach life as experiment. Giving yourself the opportunity to try things to “see what happens.” No longer needing the royal treatment from other people. Learning to go off and do your own thing no matter how strange it may seem to everyone else. Giving up the need for applause in order to release your inner experimenter and inventor. Making room for unpredictability in all facets of your life. No longer being concerned with being part of a “star” couple. Attempting to find common ground with others in any undertaking. Putting the needs of the collective ahead of your need for applause. Learning to chill out. Developing a cool, calm and collect demeanor. Releasing a tendency to demand too much of others. Becoming less concerned with your popularity as you tackle causes and humanitarian goals. Learning to embrace your unique and offbeat qualities. Looking for what you have in common with others in every situation. Bringing a desire to find common ground to every situation. Moving past childish, attention-seeking relationships with others. Learning to distance yourself from passionate feelings that cloud your judgment. No longer needing star treatment from your spouse. No longer acting like a diva in partnerships and close friendships. Releasing the urge to boss other people around. Developing the ability to act on your own regardless if anyone is paying attention to you. Getting over the idea that you are too good for any relationship. Taking a more logical stance. Letting go of the need for an audience as you go about your business. Beginning to feel okay making unpopular choices to serve the interests of the larger group. Releasing the view that relationships are a popularity contest. No longer expecting anyone to pay attention to your relationship status. Stepping down from being the reigning authority on relationships.
North Node Aquarius 2nd House / South Node Leo 8th House
Finding value in being quirky or on the fringe of society. No longer being the promoter of other people’s values. Giving yourself the freedom to earn money in unusual ways. Giving yourself the freedom to experiment with how you earn your income. Letting go of the need to take over when it comes to other people’s problems – emotional or financial. Releasing sex as a form of ego gratification. Making room for unpredictability to enter your financial picture. Realizing that your personal values are different. Learning to embrace unconventional, or even radical, notions about survival, financial security and how you get your material needs met. Learning how to spread your personal wealth around. Learning to stand up for earning your fair share. Being less conceited about your personal legacy or how much money you’re going to inherit. Realizing that the money you have is best spent by putting the needs of the group ahead of your own. Developing a cooler head when it comes to your finances. Learning to be less demanding of your sexual partners. No longer using sex to gain popularity. No longer needing to be seen in complicated relationships with other people. Letting go of the desire to shine through your involvement in other people’s problems. Releasing any vanity or conceit tied to occult studies, an interest in death or sexual matters. No longer needing a big applause after sex. Learning how to assert what you want no matter how unpopular it may be. Learning how to use technology to increase your earning power. Developing an objective view of what your personal priorities are. Getting in touch with your unique personal priorities that have nothing to do with anyone else. No longer trying to gain popularity through sex. Looking to find out what you personally have to give back to the community. Finding out what your values are by associating with people who have similar interests. Finding out what your values are through your involvement in group activities. No longer indulging any family legacies of vanity, condescension or pompousness. Stepping down from being the reigning authority on death, sex, the occult and other people’s stuff. Rebelling against earning an income in conventional and predictable ways.
North Node Aquarius 3rd House / South Node Leo 9th House
Letting go of a lifestyle filled with glitz and glamour. Letting go of a personal philosophy of self-glorification. Moving away from trying to dominate others through your opinions. Releasing the need to be seen as a guru or master. Learning to say what you have to say no matter how out of step it might seem. Opening up to the idiosyncrasies in your communication style and the information you want to deliver. Allowing for more unpredictability in your relationships with siblings, aunts, uncles and cousins. No longer needing to attract attention because you’re a jet-set, world traveling, adventurer and philosopher. Learning to communicate your unique viewpoint. Learning to communicate your radical ideas. Letting yourself take risks in the way you communicate. Trying new media and unconventional channels of communication. Making room for unpredictability in the everyday interactions you have with other people. Using your communication skills to form a group. Learning what you have in common with other people by actually talking to them. No longer thinking that your personal philosophy is superior to everyone else’s. Building community through sharing information. Finding out what you have in common with the people in your local environment. Learning how to talk to everyday people without being condescending or arrogant. Learning how to express your thoughts in a cool, calm and collect manner. Lightening up on the passion that overwhelms you when you speak about what you believe in. No longer being so concerned with whether or not your ideas are popular. No longer acting like a philosophy diva. Stepping down from being the reigning authority on religion, philosophy, travel and foreign belief systems.
North Node Aquarius 4th House / South Node Leo 10th House
No longer letting “The Diva” be your public persona. No longer letting “Pouty Teenager” be your public persona. No longer being a public entertainer. Learning to have less ego involvement with your public identity. Putting less emphasis on finding a public outlet for your creative self-expression. Embracing what you have in common with your family members even while you remain a unique individual. Learning to embrace what is unique about your family. Learning to love the quirky, inventive and rebellious tendencies that lie within you. Getting comfortable with feeling different inside. Finding out how your uniqueness gives you roots. No longer needing that high profile, in the spotlight, attention. No longer needing to be the boss. Making room for unpredictability in your home life. Acknowledging that your family is different, and that’s okay. Realizing that, even though your family is different, there are many people who have similar experiences. Putting the needs of the family group ahead of your own need for creative self-expression. Learning to chill out about your home life. No longer being so demanding of your parents or the other authority figures in your life. Beginning to feel that you are part of the human family, or, beginning to feel that you are part of a family that extends beyond the human family. No longer being so concerned with your public popularity. Making a place in your life, away from public attention, where you can experiment, invent and simply let yourself try things to see what happens. Building a lab in your basement – a food lab, a stereo lab, an art lab or even a writing lab. Learning to distance yourself from the passionate feelings that cloud your judgment about your place in the world and your relationships with your family members. No longer needing attention for your grand parental relationship drama. Becoming less territorial in your profession. Stepping down as the reigning authority on public image, being the boss, and parental relationships. Getting out of the dominating shadow of your parents. Discovering your unique emotional security needs. Realizing that it is your friends that make up your real family. Learning how to be friends with your parents.
North Node Aquarius 5th House / South Node Leo 11th House
Getting away from too much ego involvement in group associations. Moving away from needing mass approval. Moving away from needing tons of adoring fans. Letting go of friends who are attention hogs. Letting go of associations with people who do nothing more than stroke your ego. No longer seeing group hangouts as “self-expression.” Beginning to see personal experimentation as self-expression. Learning to work independently on your creative vision. Being unpredictable about who you want to date and why. Feeling okay dating the unpopular nerdy guy or girl if that is who captures your heart. No longer needing your friends’ approval to date who you want to date. Learning how to be friends with your lover rather than turn your existing friends into lovers. No longer flirting with your friends and instead finding more common ground with your existing girlfriend or boyfriend. Embracing your unique self-expression no matter how unpopular. Going toward an utterly uncompromising creative vision. No longer “bringing the party” to your friends. Moving away from any expectations that your friends have that you are there to entertain them. Learning how to make friends who appreciate you for your unique creative contribution. Spending less time in groups where the object is to be seen and not to make an individual contribution. Interacting with children who are unconventional or unpredictable. Developing more objectivity concerning your creative pursuits. Bringing technology into your creative self-expression. Becoming less territorial concerning your group involvements. Realizing that what truly entertains you is often extremely strange and unpopular. Moving away from mutual admiration societies. Moving toward group awareness centered on self-expression and each individual’s personal contribution to the benefit of the whole. Stepping down as the reigning authority on groups, causes, humanitarian efforts, friendship and making money from your public identity. Learning how to be friends with your boyfriend or girlfriend. Learning how to be friends with your children.
North Node Aquarius 6th House / South Node Leo 12th House
Moving away from any ego attachment to spiritual pursuits. Letting go of indulgence in creative imagination that has no practical application. Looking to find ways to set your own schedule. Beginning to discover how you can be both in the daily grind, and yet completely free from it. Realizing that you need a working environment that allows for unconventionality and quirkiness. Finding work that allows you to be experimental and use your genius. Moving past any self-defeating stubborn pride. Letting go of any self-sabotaging vanity. Acknowledging any haughtiness or conceited attitudes that are not in your best interests. Getting over any fears of attracting attention or getting your due appreciation. Learning not to be so territorial about your personal time. Finding work that serves more than just your inner need for personal self-expression. Learning to adapt to your unique diet and health needs. Learning to adapt to your body’s needs even while embracing an erratic work routine. Accepting that you probably won’t fit into most mainstream work environments. Learning how to find common ground with your employees and coworkers. Making your work goals mesh with goals that serve a greater cause. Developing a detached outlook concerning work and the daily grind. Developing detachment in your relationships with coworkers and employees. Easing up on how many demands you put on yourself. Allowing yourself to experience more unpredictability in your working life. Realizing that a 9-5, Monday through Friday type of job is probably not for you. Beginning to accept and experiment with alternative medicine practices. Experimenting with different diets and odd, bizarre, or downright strange, food. Developing an objective, logical, cool-headed approach to health and medicine. The doctors that are the furthest “out there” may be the best match for you. Giving in to your techie side when it comes to finding a daily job. Overcoming self-defeating childish behavior. Overcoming self-defeating snobbery. Working with animal groups, or groups of people who are on the fringe of society, possibly shocking, or highly unconventional. Stepping down as the reigning authority on spirituality, grief, sadness, and loneliness or family skeletons. Learning how to be friends with your coworkers.
North Node Aquarius 7th House / South Node Leo 1st House
Becoming less concerned with making your entrance known. No longer announcing your arrival. Learning to keep a cool head for the sake of others. No longer acting like a clown to get attention. Accepting others even if they are eccentric, unpredictable and strange. Finding out exactly what you have in common with the people closest to you. Finding out what makes your closest friends unique. Using your group involvements as a mirror of your own behavior. Bringing more experimentation to your significant relationships and not worrying about how you look doing it. Letting go of the need to be respected and to be seen as the boss. Understanding how your bossy behavior impacts your relationships. Understanding how being demanding impacts your relationships. Developing an objective approach to your significant relationships. Letting your quirkiness come through in your significant relationships. Beginning to appreciate the uniqueness of others. Understanding that being the center of attention doesn’t make you the center of a relationship. Releasing the view that life is a popularity contest. Becoming less enamored with yourself and more enamored with what you have in common with the significant people in your life. Getting off your high horse to find out what you have in common with other people. Getting away from being a self-promoter. No longer seeing the world as your kingdom. No longer expecting everyone to look when you walk in the room. Developing a less condescending approach all around. Stepping down as the reigning authority on image, first impressions and attracting attention. Becoming less of a fashionista. Releasing the need to stake out your territory. Letting go of an “I’m too good for everyone” attitude. Learning how to be friends with your spouse.
North Node Aquarius 8th House / South Node Leo 2nd House
No longer finding value in vanity. No longer being so territorial about your stuff. No longer looking to your children to provide a sense of self-worth. Letting yourself be intrigued by unusual psychic phenomena. Digging deep into understanding your perversions and eccentricities. Trying more sexual experimentation. Becoming tolerant of other people’s perversions, quirks and eccentricities. Learning to value what is unique in others. No longer being a label whore. Getting deep into technology. Getting deep into humanitarian issues. Understanding the psychology behind technology addictions. Getting interested in issues of mass psychology and mass transformation. Developing a progressive viewpoint on issues of sexuality and taboo. Becoming sexually independent. No longer needing approval for the type of sex life you want to have. Taking a scientific approach to issues of life after death. Releasing too much interest in your personal priorities. No longer making ego gratification a priority. Getting deep into astrology and similar topics. Inventing new sexual positions. Becoming more objective about death and life after death. Learning to embrace the unique qualities you have that may make other people uncomfortable. Becoming more detached when having deeply intimate interactions with other people. Becoming less arrogant about your personal values. No longer needing to show off what you have. No longer being so demanding about getting what you want. Having less ego attachment to your things. No longer seeing your things as an extension of yourself. Becoming less dramatic about what is important to you. Stepping down as the reigning authority on values and priorities. Learning how to be friends with the people you share your most intimate self with. No longer valuing popularity and star power.
North Node Aquarius 9th House / South Node Leo 3rd House
Getting interested in “far out” subjects. Exploring alien theories and other unusual philosophies. Opening up to unconventional beliefs. Letting yourself experiment with different religions to see which is best for you. Becoming objective about religion, belief and philosophy. No longer having ego attached to your opinions. Becoming less dramatic about how you communicate. No longer making a big show of what you have to say. No longer treating conversations as your personal stage. No longer expecting everyone to pay absolute attention to everything you say. Moving away from a tendency to communicate for the sake of entertainment. Releasing the urge to attract attention because of the way you talk, your delivery, your accent or what you say. No longer gaining attention by expressing the popular opinion. Taking up an interest in concepts that may be extremely unpopular, potentially crazy, or at the very least, raise eyebrows. Becoming less demanding and domineering of your siblings. Making connections with groups of people that share your beliefs and philosophies. Putting your ego aside as you find commonality with people who have similar beliefs. Not being so eager to express your personal opinion or dominate the conversation. Learning to interact with people outside of your inner circle or clique. Stepping into a more bohemian lifestyle. Spending less time talking about celebrities, labels, your children and your creative projects. No longer buying celebrity gossip magazines. Opening up to unique theories and ideas of unexpected possibilities. Stepping down as the reigning authority on what’s worth talking about. Moving away from tendency to talk in a loud, bombastic show-offish way. Learning how to open up and be friends with people who are decidedly different than you are.
North Node Aquarius 10th House / South Node Leo 4th House
Learning to make relationships with people outside of your family clique. Realizing that being the star of your family isn’t enough. No longer being so demanding of your family members. Learning to make professional connections with people through technology. Considering a technology-based career. Becoming known as a rebel. No longer seeking so much family approval. Letting the public opinion of you be that you are a little strange and off-beat. Becoming known as someone who is unusual and unconventional. Learning to publicly embrace your eccentricities. Becoming less arrogant and conceited about your family history and where you come from. Acting independently of family opinion. Being able to make outer life decisions no matter how unpopular they may be to your family members. Making fewer demands concerning how you expect to be treated at home. Becoming less attached to the idea of being the “King” or “Queen” of your castle. Releasing the inner tyrant. Becoming more innovative in your professional life. Making humanitarian efforts your career. Joining professional associations. Wanting to work with people who share your progressive goals and objectives. Finding out how your public identity is unique. Discovering what you have in common with your parents. Finding out what you have in common with authority figures in your life. Letting yourself rebel against established roles that have been set up for you. Learning how to be a parent in your own unique way. Viewing achievements and accolades objectively. Becoming known as a friendly person. Making friends with your boss and other authorities.
North Node Aquarius 11th House / South Node Leo 5th House
Stepping down from your reign as a stage mother. Relinquishing center stage. No longer being in love with love. No longer seeing every love exploit as the biggest romance of the ages. No longer having affairs just because they make your love life seem like a grand drama or soap opera. Moving away from self-involved people who perpetuate drama. No longer wishing to be one of those people. Letting go of the celebrity-crazed party girl (or boy) within you. No longer pursuing self-expression for the sake of self-expression. Giving up arrogant and condescending attitudes about art, music, dance and theater. No longer being an art snob, a theater snob or a music snob. Giving up your pretensions about your personal creative contributions. No longer putting your creative needs above the needs of larger society. No longer putting your quest for self-expression above relationships with friends. Learning to give up some creative control for the benefit of the group. Considering how you can give back to the community. Considering how your need for drama affects everyone else in your group. Becoming involved with people who share your vision of the future. Beginning to set long-term goals for yourself that also benefit humanity as a whole. Interacting with like-minded people who share your unique goals. No longer dominating the lives of your children. Making more associations with people who are quirky, inventive, detached, rebellious and independent. Joining groups and associations that may be unconventional or unpopular. Letting go of the need to entertain and be entertained all the time. Stepping down as the reigning authority on what art is. Letting go of vanity and conceitedness in your dating life. No longer being such a snob about your love life. No longer bossing your children or lovers around. Learning to make friends for the sake of friendship. Learning how to have relationships where everyone is an equal and everyone has an equal say. Learning how to relate to people based on their mutual interests rather than as potential love matches. Learning how to be friendly instead of a conceited diva. Realizing that the masses aren’t as dull as you think they are.
North Node Aquarius 12th House / South Node Leo 6th House
Becoming less domineering toward your coworkers and employees. Releasing the need to be the star of the show at work. No longer expecting to get a round of applause after a hard day’s work. No longer expecting your day job to be your stage. No longer getting sick to get attention. No longer over-dramatizing your illness. Releasing a tendency to be overly dramatic about the type of work you do, how hard it is or how unappreciated you are on the job. No longer making a big production out of your daily routine. No longer making a big production out of going to the gym or eating well. Working through any fears that your strange, unusual or unique behaviors are a liability. Working through any fears that becoming more like everyone else means that you aren’t special. Getting over the feeling that you have to hide your experimental or unconventional side. Working through the feeling that your genius is a source of sorrow. Coming to terms with any issues about letting your intelligence shine through, or making people aware of your progressive views. Lessening your ego’s identification with your work. No longer demanding so much from your coworkers. Learning to use your free time to explore what you have in common with the rest of society. Creating the time in your life to let yourself sink into unusual thoughts and ideas. Moving away from a tendency to be a tyrant at work. No longer thinking that you’re too good for your job. Developing inner cool so you don’t get overly passionate about work issues. Making friends with your inner demons. Making friends with your inner fears. Learning to walk hand in hand with your dreams. Beginning to view solitude as a source of original inspiration.