Moon in House 7

People who have their Moon in House 7 of their natal chart are individuals who stake a lot of their emotional security on their relationships. They derive a lot of comfort from the validation they receive from others. They are receptive to feedback and suggestions from others and may also display a good attitude about taking criticism. People with this moon placement may also be highly influenced by others’ opinions and feelings. They may often find themselves bending over backwards to meet expectations of their partners or appease them to make them happy. What makes the moon in 7th house person happy is to make their partners happy. So to that extent they are very externally focused on pleasing others. They may need to guard against co-dependency and relying too much on outside validation rather than trusting in themselves. Nevertheless, the moon in the 7th house man or woman is very attentive and considerate of other people’s feelings and they constantly monitor others reactions and adjust their behaviour accordingly. These individuals don’t really like being by themselves and prefer to have someone around to keep them company whenever possible. They enjoy group activities but they may prefer smaller, more intimate groups other than large groups. They are likely to be emotionally intelligent and naturally attuned to social cues and interpersonal dynamics. The males with this moon placement are likely to get along very easily with females and may even prefer them both platonically and romantically. Furthermore, this moon placement may also foster very close bonds with the mother that is symbiotic and underpinned by love and gratitude.

You are able to connect with people in a very intuitive and subtle way. Although you can be indecisive and tentative in certain respects, people appreciate what a great listener you are and how emotionally present and responsive you tend to be. Relationships are at the forefront of your concerns. Marriage is likely to be one of your major goals and the quest to find that special someone to spend the rest of your life with. Additionally, you enjoy being nurtured by your partner and you enjoy the opportunity to reciprocate and express your undying devotion to them. You yourself may also have a tendency to nurture your partners and sometimes become smothering with your love. However, no matter how much you love your partner your moods can often wax and wane sometimes straining your relationships. The moon in the 7th house has extra significance in describing what qualities you seek in a partner. It indicates that you prefer to work in collaboration with others rather than operate like a lone wolf. You are naturally drawn to someone who is receptive, sensitive and caring. Naturally, you may have a tendency to project a lot of these unconscious or subconscious qualities of your moon sign onto your partner. There’s a desire to meld and synchronize your feelings with that of your significant other.

Having the moon in your 7th house also indicates underlying aspects of yourself that you have difficulty owning and incorporating with your conscious ego and self-image. The people you are attracted to inherently possess the qualities that you tend to repress in yourself (based on moon sign). By uniting with these types of people, you are able to achieve or feel a type of wholeness in yourself. In other words, the other person can “complete” you so to speak. When your moon is in the seventh house, your moon sign characteristics become more relegated to the backseat of your awareness. People with this placement are more aware of other people’s feelings and emotions than their own. However, you are subconsciously drawn to those disowned lunar characteristics and are able to integrate them into their own personality through marriage and other forms of union with people who openly exhibit those qualities. The people you are attracted to will typically display positive aspects of your psyche that you haven’t quite developed yet. This is basically tantamount to what Swiss psychologist Carl Jung described as the shadow. The shadow is the part of our psyche that we distance ourselves from and relegate to the back heap of our consciousness. Either out of shame or disgust. However they can hold a morbid fascination to us when embodied in other people who carry them well.

Moon in House 7


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