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The Moon helps us overcome disappointments

04 May 2013 / 12:05:44  GRReporter
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Everybody has experienced disappointments, and they are inevitably accompanied by grief, sadness and melancholy. Wise men say that we should not expect anything from anyone if we don’t want to be disappointed. Therefore, we should have no expectations of life itself either. However, I doubt that there are people who live with no expectations. And it is precisely expectations that are our "ticket" to the valley of disappointment. Hence, everybody knows what it feels like to be disappointed. However, everyone has a way in which they respond and recover from disappointments. There are people who do not suffer from severe emotional trauma – such people grieve for a day or two and go on with their life. Others suffer longer - for a week or a month. There are also people who suffer more deeply from depression and their period of recovery may vary.

We have different ways of overcoming disappointments and today’s article is about this: how we react to disappointments, how deeply they affect us and how we overcome them.

The Moon in our individual horoscope is related to the way in which we react emotionally and instinctively to each situation. The Moon in the individual horoscope is undoubtedly a crucial element. The Moon has enormous significance regarding the real nature of a person – his or her spirit, instincts, emotions, perceptions. The Sun is the giver of life and energy, but we perceive, shape and live our  life via the Moon. It "keeps" our memories. Therefore, when it comes to disappointment, again we have to look at its position in the personal horoscope – the zodiac sign, house in the horoscope, aspects of the planets and other details.

Especially in terms of how quickly one recovers from suffering and disappointments, there is one approach that affects the degree position of the Moon. It makes a difference whether the Moon falls in Aries in the 5-10° degree section or 20-25° section. Astrology believes that each planet has its "age", and always responds in accordance with it, just like people do.

Each sign is divided into five zones:

1) 0-6 ° - if the Moon falls in these degrees, it is at the age of a child. Disappointments are experienced quickly in a typical child-like manner - something else is needed in order to draw the child’s attention and the world becomes beautiful again. These people can forget and fully recover from disappointments.

2) 6-12 ° - if the Moon falls in these degrees, it is at the age of a teenager. Overcoming disappointments may take some time, because attitude to life is becoming more serious. Some traces are left in the memory and sometimes these memories are awakened.

3) 12 to 18 ° - if the Moon falls in these degrees, then it is in the early adulthood period. Disappointments are experienced with a greater intensity and may lead to depressive states, but young people still have the ability to be optimistic in life. Recovery takes time and frustrations are remembered for a long time.

4) 18 to 24 ° - if the Moon falls in these degrees, then it is in the period of maturity - the most difficult age in terms of disappointments and failures. Attitude to life is in a serious stage. Therefore disappointments are hard to overcome and it is sometimes impossible for the person to recover. Such people’s behaviour and lifestyle are deeply affected by disappointments.

5) 24 to 30 ° - if the Moon falls in these degrees, then it is at the age of an old man. Strangely, such people react like a child. They overcome disappointments quickly, and have the ability to forget them and recover fully. The difference is that a child rarely has solid expectations, since they don’t know much about life; therefore disappointments cannot be severe and lead to a collapse. And old people are aware that life should be lived without great expectations, without wasting time on unnecessary drama and depression.

Of course, when the "age" approach is applied, the basic zodiac sign should be taken into consideration. The Moon in the period of "full age" in Aries is different from the Moon in the period of "full age" in Virgo.

Now I will describe what the position of the Moon tells us in terms of disappointments in life. How we react, how deeply they hurt us, how we experience them, what can cause them. I will focus only on the pure position in terms of sign and house. Note that the Moon is not isolated and always interacts with other planets and this may change, to a certain extent, clear meanings. I would remind you that the sign position is a more psychological component, and the house position reflects the actual circumstances and events. The sign tells us how we react to frustration, while the house tells us what causes this frustration. Therefore, you should take into account the information both about the sign and house position - for example, the Moon is in Cancer, or the fifth house.

And before you read the information about the Moon sign, remember:

Always look on the Bright Side of Life!

Moon in Aries or the 1st house

You are usually immune to disappointments, sorrow, depression and sadness. You encounter such things extremely rarely, and when this happens, you think that this is a test for you and your ability to achieve what you wish for. In the case of a failure, you just go on - if this thing did not happen, there is something else that will happen. You have the ability to "burn" in your emotions and thereby recover very quickly. Potential disappointments are mostly related to yourself - your appearance, body and image, your personal events, initiative and actions.

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