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North Node in Leo and South Node in Aquarius, by House

This article covers the North Node in Leo and the South Node in Aquarius through every house in the birth chart. This brainstorm-style interpretation of the Moon’s nodes will spark your imagination when thinking about natal, transit, solar return, or progression meanings in astrology.

Becoming personally involved in your own life. Taking pride in your appearance. Engaging life with warmth and vitality. Developing self-dignity. Developing self-concern. Becoming aware of the need to express who you are in an upfront and obvious way. Making more room for play in your life. Putting a little showmanship into everything you do. Announcing your arrival. Letting people hear you roar. Bringing more fun to everything you do. Laughing more. Learning the art of getting noticed. Taking it personally. Being uncompromising in your personal vision of how you want to live your life. Amusing yourself. Reserving the right to throw a royal fit when you’ve been insulted. Getting in touch with your inner queen or king. Allying yourself with people who have a cool head, yet remaining warm and personal yourself. Becoming more creative in everything you do. Bringing a personal touch to everything you do. Personalizing every experience. Monogramming your clothes. Enjoying being the center of attention. Becoming comfortable when all eyes are on you. Basking in your own glow. Developing a radiant presence. Being unafraid to shine. Resisting the urge to deflect attention from yourself. Leading a grand, dramatic, romantic life. Releasing the need for controversial relationships. No longer dependent on group approval. Acknowledging other people’s uniqueness yet embracing your need to shine. Feeling special. Following your heart. Bossing people around when you need to. Not letting other people cramp your style. Letting go of cold, strange relationships that hold you back.

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Becoming warmer in conversation. Becoming more personal in your communication habits. Getting to know people personally. Moving away from mass concepts. Moving away from generalizing about groups of people. Learning to speak to people as individuals. Learning how individual people think and express themselves. No longer putting people into generalized cultural groups or factions. Getting in touch with your self-expression through writing or speaking. Drawing attention to yourself through a highly personal way of communicating. Expressing your ideas with courage and dignity. Becoming more generous in sharing information. No longer needing to start a cultural rebellion. Becoming less rebellious in your beliefs. Developing warm interpersonal communication habits. Letting your communication take on a more childlike or playful tone. Becoming creative in your communication. Putting your own spin on things. Having a brainchild. Encouraging others in their writing or speaking. Putting your heart into teaching. Speaking from the heart. Thinking about individual people rather than faceless masses. Letting go of being overly intellectual and academic. Letting go of detached opinions. Becoming more personally involved with the facts at hand. Letting people know your thoughts. Being proud of your education. Remaining detached from any particular belief system while still having a personal viewpoint. Learning to communicate your bizarre theories in a genuine and personable way. Making people feel special when you talk to them. Not being so “out there.” Talking like a real human being.

Being the star of the family. Developing warmer family relationships. Being proud of your roots and heritage. Having pride for your country. Showing off where you’ve come from. Not being so concerned with whether people think you’re strange. Not needing to be seen as a rebel or outlaw. Gathering your family around you, like subjects, at your knees. Finding your royal court at home. Spending more time getting to know your family members as individuals. Spending more time getting to know your roots and heritage in a personal way. Letting yourself purr like a kitten curled up on the couch. Developing deep self-love. Making your heart your foundation. Taking it personally when it comes to your family, roots and heritage. Getting comfortable with your personal creativity. Becoming the king of your castle. Finding pride in where you’ve come from. No longer needing to upset the existing establishment. Getting in touch with a very private longing to feel special. Becoming less concerned with approved scientific traditions and regulations and relying on your heart instead. Becoming more playful at a deep level. Playing with your family more. Realizing that outer achievement probably won’t make your heart sing. Being seen as technical and geeky isn’t where your heart is anymore. Being seen as scientific and experimental isn’t where your heart is anymore. Rebellion isn’t where your heart is anymore. Maintaining objectivity about your outer responsibilities while allowing yourself to become fully involved with your family and home. No longer needing to be seen as different, unusual or unconventional, preferring instead to be loved and cherished for exactly who you are.

Too much watching, not enough participating. Getting in touch with your inner child. Moving toward warm, personal creativity. Letting yourself shine and be dramatic. Participating in theater. Playing the part. Finding out what your individual contribution is. Finding out what you have to contribute that is special. Putting your personal stamp on the creative process. Getting romantic. Wowing your romantic partners. Pulling out all the stops in love. No longer being a nameless face in the crowd. Putting your heart into romance. Putting your heart in art. Putting your heart into relationships with children. Getting flirtatious. Learning the art of love. Coquetry. Getting beyond “just friends.” Learning how to demonstrate that you’re interested in someone. Not holding back in romance. Dinner and a movie, and wine and roses, and fireworks, and a serenade, and first class tickets for a getaway. Letting the performer in you come out. Learning how to “set the stage.” Becoming less concerned with group dynamics and group contributions. Spending more time with your girlfriend or boyfriend than your friends. Making your love life a priority. Making self-expression a priority. No longer stifling your creativity to get along. Making your mark. Luxuriating in your own creative process. Giving birth to project after project. Exuberance. Ebullience. Radiant heart power. Expressing yourself to the masses, in a highly personal way. Shining through fun and games. Giving in to play time. No longer fearing “what everybody is going to think.” No longer fearing that, if you express yourself, people will think you’re strange. Maintaining objectivity about how your personal contribution fits into larger society. Scratching the creative itch. No longer needing to fit in with the rebels, or to rebel against general society. Letting go of social causes and the pursuit of progress.

Giving yourself the royal treatment. Making each little event during the day an opportunity for creative self-expression. Letting personal expression become part of your everyday routine. Finding a job that allows you to express your personal point of view. Finding a job that gives you dignity. Becoming warm and playful with animals and pets. Putting your personal best into your job. Shining at work. Learning to appreciate coworkers and employees. Doing your best, even when it’s hard labor. Becoming the boss. Being the boss of your own schedule. Realizing that you need to feel appreciated on the job. Realizing that you need recognition for your hard work. No longer willing to blend into the faceless background. Not letting your innate ideals of equality interfere with your need to be a star. Not being afraid to stand out on the job. Becoming famous for your skills. Putting your heart into your work. Putting your heart into your craft. Watching the health of your heart and spine. Not being too proud to go to the doctor. Becoming the Queen Bee on the job. Maintaining objectivity about larger spiritual implications while still being passionately involved in your everyday work. No longer fearing that your unique traits will be the self-undoing. No longer sabotaging your efforts with strange behavior. No longer pulling back when you should be putting your heart into work.

Moving away from an overly cool and logical approach to life. Putting your heart into your significant relationships. Bringing more warmth to your one-on-one relationships. Treating your partner like a princess. Showing off your relationships. Bringing the romance to relationships. No longer intellectualizing or rationalizing your approach. Developing a warmer relationship with the other. Letting your partner know that you’re proud of them. Putting your heart into your intimate relationships, and not holding back. Making your partner the center of your world. No longer afraid to become personally involved in your partner’s life. Less emphasis on you and the way you’re going to change the world. More emphasis on you and your partner and the love that you share together. Becoming more generous in your personal relationships. Letting your partner be the boss sometimes. Showing the people close to you your artistic side. Becoming more playful in your relationships. Shining through marriage and relationship. Becoming the hero in the relationship. Being courageous when times are good, and when they are bad. Maintaining objectivity about your path while being fully engaged in your relationships. No longer acting like a weirdo to avoid relationships. Giving more of yourself to your partner. No longer letting strange behavior prevent you from finding “The One.” No longer pretending to be cool when what you really want is love.

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Developing a personal philosophy of life. Living a lifestyle that encourages self-expression. Finding your personal place within your religion or belief system. Finding a belief system that helps you feel special and appreciated. Creating your own philosophy of life. Putting heart into your philosophy of life. Living life with heart and meaning. Putting yourself into your belief system. Warming up your approach to religion, culture and higher education. Putting your personal spin on big picture issues. Putting your personal stamp on the big subjects. Finding out what your personal take on god, creation, the meaning of life, etc… is. Being willful about what you believe. Having the courage to find meaning in your life. Imbuing your life with personal meaning. No longer being an Existentialist. Finding out what gives you meaning. Getting out of overly logical thought processes by allowing yourself to simply play with ideas. Playing with concepts and abstractions. Becoming less serious when it comes to the big picture. Using your ingenious mind to play with larger concepts. Becoming more creative with what the possibilities are. Finding meaning in art and self-expression. Finding meaning in relationships with children. Finding meaning through access to your inner child. Maintaining an objective personal viewpoint yet still being passionately involved in your opinions. Letting go of all the bizarre thoughts that prevent you from opening your heart to outside experiences and beliefs. Indulging joyful intuition. Stop rationalizing everything.

Becoming a leader. Being the boss. Building a reputation for being warm and personable. Putting your personality into your career. Developing a career based on your personality. Becoming known for being a brand. Running the show. Becoming known for your creativity. Becoming known for your personal way of doing things. Putting your mark on the world at large. Putting your personal stamp on your business. Releasing an unconscious need to rebel against your family and roots. Releasing an inner concern that you don’t fit in. Releasing the inner misfit so you can shine out in the world. Getting over how weird your family is. No longer being upset by your family’s strange behavior or traditions. Moving into a warmer outward public expression. Becoming known as someone who is playful, warm and creative. Becoming a celebrity. Letting yourself shine through your profession. Choosing a career that lets you be yourself. Choosing a career that lets you put your personal stamp on everything you do. Choosing a career that lets you show your personal style. Using your unusual background as a platform for why you’re special. Maintaining objectivity about where you’ve come from while becoming personally involved in your outer, public life. Choosing a career that makes you feel like a king or a queen.

Learning the difference between friends and lovers. Becoming more personally involved with groups of people who share your interests. Bringing personality and presence to the groups with which you are involved. No longer taking a backseat when it comes to getting involved in sharing your interests. Developing generosity toward groups and organizations. Maintaining your quirky artistic viewpoint yet still appealing to the masses. Releasing overly intellectual artistic pursuits that no one can relate to. Releasing an overly logical approach to the creative process. Releasing a kind of aloof approach to art and creativity. Developing warm, friendly relationships with people who share you interests. Becoming more generous in sharing your creative projects with other people. Becoming the boss of the group that shares your interests. No longer needing every interest to affect larger society. Simply basking in the fun of sharing the things you like with other people. No longer feeling ostracized because of your likes. Finding people who appreciate your style of expression. Banding together with people who have a similar “specialness.” Maintaining objectivity about what brings you personal pleasure yet sharing some of your creative spark with other people.

Shining behind the scenes. Learning how to put your personal best forward yet remain invisible. Letting go of overly rational, mechanized approaches to daily routine. Embracing private, creative time to pamper yourself. Doing your best creative work in solitude. Finding creative inspiration through meditation. Finding creative inspiration when you are alone. Learning about inner courage. Recognizing your fear of being special or calling too much attention to yourself. No longer letting erratic schedules upset your special alone time. Releasing the need to be a genius on the job. Releasing the need to innovate everyday tasks. Facing sorrow and grief associated with feel unappreciated. Understanding how too much ego can be the self-undoing. Understanding how you might sabotage yourself by having too much pride. Recognizing how vanity might be the self-undoing. Creating a personal sanctuary. Getting in touch with your personal take on spirituality. Sublimating your ego. Releasing erratic diet and exercise routines. Maintaining detachment in coworker and employee relationships. Becoming more personally involved in spiritual development than in routine activities.

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