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North Node in Sagittarius and South Node in Gemini, by House

This article covers the North Node in Sagittarius and the South Node in Gemini 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.

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Becoming more of a risk taker in everything you do. Approaching life as an adventure. Approaching life as an explorer. Becoming the sage personified. Moving away from concerns about the day to day distractions of relationships. Becoming more concerned with broadening your outlook. Getting an opinion. Developing confidence in making your opinions known. Learning to put your own wisdom before the chitter-chatter of other people. Developing a bigger personality. Laughing louder and harder. Searching for meaning in everything you do. Letting go of scattered, frenetic relationships. Not letting the significant people in your life distract you. Learning to take more risks in your life journey. Being ready for an adventure at a moment’s notice. Coming up with a motto for yourself. Presenting yourself as someone who knows something. Becoming a sage. Becoming a guru. Learning to have a sense of humor about everything. Getting that faraway look in your eyes. Less interest in relationship puzzles, more interest in knowing yourself. Living an epic life. Letting go of superficial, fickle friends. No more worrying that you’re not keeping up with the trends. No longer letting friends pressure you into feeling like you need to be trendy. Beginning to pay attention to how you implement your ideals as you go about your life. Developing your own philosophy of life. Encouraging a more carefree attitude toward life. Getting a sense of humor about yourself. Releasing any tendencies to be two-faced.

This article covers the North Node in Sagittarius and the South Node in Gemini 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 . . .

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Learning to communicate your big vision to the people in your immediate environment. Learning to share your adventures in casual conversation. Bringing a sense of adventure to even the most mundane daily interaction. Bringing enthusiasm and optimism to every conversation. Moving into a place of inspirational communication. Letting go of unfocused pursuits of higher education. Letting go of overly rational reasons for learning. Learning because it makes you feel expansive. Letting go of the need to travel in all directions. Developing a vision for your local community. Developing a vision for your neighborhood. Taking more risks in your daily conversations. Taking more risks in communication. Taking some leaps of faith when it comes to writing, speaking or singing. Opening up to learning. Relishing the joy of reading anything you want and learning anything you want. Taking a more expanded view of education. Sage-like communication. Communicating like a wise woman. Bringing your wisdom to everyday conversation. No longer being the perpetual student who studies a little bit of everything. Learning to talk about a few things with depth of understanding and knowledge. Beginning to understand what you really know by how well you are able to communicate your knowledge. Feeling inspired to learn and inspiring others to learn. Learning to speak the truth. Creating a bigger vision of what you can learn and study in this life. Giving full attention to your personal learning process.

Finding that the greatest adventures happen close to home. Beginning to realize how much wisdom your family has. Beginning to realize how much wisdom your parents have. Becoming less concerned with whether or not everybody thinks you’re smart. Becoming more comfortable with letting loose at home. Letting your inner comedian come out in the privacy of your own home. Adapting to changing family circumstances. Becoming philosophical about your family life and upbringing. Enduring any family hardships with good humor. Bringing more joy into your family interactions. No longer needing to rationalize your family life for the public, or for the sake of your reputation. Feeling that it is in fact okay to move away from your family. Your family exists whether you are all in one place or not. Becoming comfortable with the idea of traveling to see family members. Developing a base of profound idealism. Getting in touch with your inner gypsy. Becoming less attached to what people think of your mind and more attached to how inspired you feel at your core. No matter where you are, always feeling a sense of freedom within. No longer needing to be a smarty pants. No longer so attached to intellectual honors. Gaining wisdom for your own private satisfaction. Making your home a shrine to your travels and adventures. Feeling secure about your beliefs. Feeling comfortable with living in another country or living far away from home. Getting to know the truth about your family. Finding ‘home’ in many places and among many different types of people. Keeping your views on religion and morality private. Giving full attention to your home and family.

Moving away from gossipy organizations and groups. No longer being so concerned with the logical outcome of your career. Letting yourself be a creative explorer. Bringing a sense of adventure to your romantic life. Learning to take more risks with your creativity. Not being afraid to be the class clown. Realizing that you can be both silly and profound at the same time. Using your vacation time to travel. Physical and mental travels are your greatest pleasures. Taking trips. Letting yourself be a party animal. No longer so concerned with being a part of intellectual organizations. Relinquishing your membership to MENSA. Giving yourself the freedom to explore what pleasure means to you. Giving yourself the freedom to explore what creativity means to you. Giving in to a more expansive range of personal self-expression. No longer putting so much stock in what the fickle masses think. Allowing yourself to date people who come from a different background than you do. Finding wisdom in pleasure. Getting in touch with creative inspiration. Teaching people how to let loose and have fun. Teaching people to get in touch with their creative side. Throwing big bashes. Giving up the rational group approach for an almost comical faith in luck. Pleasure, fun, love and joy come through opening up, taking risks and having faith. Finding out what truly gives you pleasure. Tapping into the joy of expressing yourself physically. Giving your full attention to your creative urges.

Letting go of self-sabotaging frenetic, nervous energy. Letting go of superficial or fickle behavior that undermines your efforts. Learning to have faith in yourself every day. Believing that every day holds a measure of luck to be tapped into. Approaching work with optimism and good humor. Treating each day as if it is a fresh start. Expanding your horizons through simple daily routines. Letting go of over-intellectual spiritual practices. Getting out of the solitude of your mind. Learning to feel inspired by mundane reality. Learning to cope with health issues with good humor. Knowing your body inside out. Moving away from gossipy institutions. Resisting the urge to talk smack about your coworkers behind their backs. Releasing two-faced self-sabotaging behavior. Becoming someone with a lot of knowledge to share about health and disease. Developing profound relationships with animals. Restoring your optimism and enthusiasm through relationships with animals. Exploring your work options. Creating a schedule that has meaning to you. Creating a philosophy of health and fitness. Finding meaning in diet and fitness. Inspiring others to eat well and take care of themselves. Occasionally allowing yourself to overindulge and pig out. No more isolated nail biting. Acknowledging your need for meaningful work. Acknowledging your thirst for a meaningful everyday life – you need adventure, meaning and exploration every day of your life. Giving your full attention to your health, work and daily routine. Traveling every day in the real world. Finding real world outlets for your thoughts.

Letting go of a “What’s next?” kind of attitude. No longer moving your attention from one shiny object to the next, “Ooh! Shiny!” No longer being so concerned with trends and what the latest hottest thing or idea is. Gaining a more profound understanding of what’s important through your significant relationships. Developing significant relationships that have lasting meaning. Learning to relate to people beyond a superficial level. Putting more faith in other people. Gaining wisdom through relationship. Understanding how your relationships may reflect your inner fragmentation. Seeking out friends who are more than fair weather friends. Seeking out partners who want to grow through your relationship. Seeking out partners who have experiences that are foreign to yours. Forming significant relationships with people who encourage you to expand, explore and take risks. Forming relationships with people who encourage you to get out of your head. Asking yourself who your ideal partner is rather than keeping a mental inventory of unrelated traits. Getting to know other people. Resisting the urge to gather a lot of facts about relationships but never come to any understanding of them. Getting to the point where you actually know what it means to be in a relationship with someone. Learning to share your life’s adventure with someone else. Beginning to see partnership and marriage as a shared journey. Giving your full attention to your partner.

This article covers the North Node in Sagittarius and the South Node in Gemini 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 . . .

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Becoming the sage not the gossip. Becoming the ultimate adventurer. Indiana Jones. Mental and physical exploration at its best. No more intellectual discussions in coffee shops. Getting out there and applying your education to see what it actually means. Thinking globally, not locally. Taking your vision and expanding it out as far as it will go. Taking risks to increase your knowledge. Going big or going home. Letting your quest for knowledge fill you with hope and optimism. Letting your optimism to allow you to believe that anything is possible. Bringing your ideals out into the world. No longer confining your thoughts to trivial everyday matters. Heading into the territory of faith and belief. Finding out how your beliefs compare to what you say or think. Finding out how what you’ve been taught compares to what you just know. Realizing that there is knowledge to be had from experience. Realizing that book learning isn’t enough. Beginning to explore archetypes, intuition and metaphysics. Beginning to explore those things that can’t entirely be explained with words. Comparing your familiarity with local customs to your experience of foreign customs. Becoming a world traveler. Spending more time reading philosophy than filling in crossword puzzles. Giving full attention to expanding your current viewpoint. Stop talking about your siblings. Learning to relax the flow of information that comes in and the amount that goes out. Less talking, chattering or nervous fidgeting. Letting go of mental tension and mental overload.

Becoming known as someone with a big vision – a visionary. Becoming someone who is known for having an opinion. Developing a public identity as a deep thinker, someone who ponders the philosophical questions of life. Putting your knowledge out there. Learning to take risks for the sake of your career. Developing a broader vision for what you can achieve in life. No longer resigning yourself to being a closet intellectual. No longer tucked away in your home library. No more frenetic, scattered family interactions or fickle relationships with your parents. Allowing yourself to move away for the sake of your career. Beginning to see that you can accomplish more in life – whatever you have already accomplished, there is more. Becoming known as someone who knows something. Bringing your knowledge and wisdom into the public sphere of life. Developing more faith that taking risks will push your career along. Acknowledging your need for a meaningful profession. Developing a better sense of humor about your position in the pecking order. Finding an occupation that allows you freedom of movement and that broadens you intellectually. Taking a more carefree approach to your career and status. Giving full attention to your professional life. Stop talking about your family.

Creating a bigger vision of how you can be involved with people who share your goals and interests. Spreading your idealism through group involvement. Broadening your horizons through humanitarian activities. Creating more expansive long term goals. Letting yourself give in to the limitless possibilities of what people can do when they band together. Releasing an overly mental approach to creativity. Letting go of a tendency to trivialize creative endeavors. Moving into open, larger than life interactions with like-minded people. Making connections with people around the world. Becoming involved in global humanitarian efforts. Moving beyond your superficial party girl mentality. Realizing that fleeting pleasures hold no long lasting meaning for you. Fleeting romances do nothing to support your long term goals. Scattered creative energy prevents you from forming meaningful ties to people who share your interests and long term visions. Moving away from fickle attitudes toward love. Developing friendships that have meaning and purpose. Finding out what your beliefs are by looking at the people you associate with. Creating a group philosophy. Moving away from being a creative dabbler. No longer having ten projects started at once. Giving your full attention to setting long term goals for yourself. Stop talking about your next big project. Giving up rationalizations for why you need to have twins, triplets or some other multiple of children.

No longer changing your diet every week. No longer hopping on every new fad exercise machine. Letting go of your frenetic daily routine. Making time in your schedule for contemplation. Making time in your schedule to quiet your mind and give full attention to something. Creating a space in your life where you have the freedom to do whatever you want to do without intrusion. Taking time away from the hustle and bustle to hike, explore or adventure. Making time for yourself to do your version of exploration – whatever exploration means to you. Letting yourself become acquainted with your inner guru or guide. Taking part in guided meditation. Realizing that you have inner wisdom that can provide balance to your daily life. Releasing urges to gossip with your coworkers. Releasing a tendency to skip from job to job to job. Exploring the inner world. Learning to relax nervous energy that is detrimental to your health. No longer needing to have so many animals. Stop talking about your routine so much. Stop talking about your animals so much. Stop talking about diet and exercise so much. Developing inner faith. Believing deep inside that things will work out. Finding your place of inner joy.


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