Moon in Sagittarius


You are adventurous, optimistic, exuberant, open-minded, sincere.


You are restless, extravagant, irresponsible, careless, uncommitted.

More than anything, Lunar Sagittarians have a need for personal freedom and space. You are extraordinarily happy and easygoing folk, as long as you don’t feel caged in or cooped up.You have a simultaneous need for activity. Meeting new people, going out in the world, and travel are all important to your sense of well-being. You love open spaces, and, in their homes, a roomy and bright environment. There’s a bit of a teacher in you, and definitely a helpful spirit. You easily forget appointments and the like, and some of you are even considered irresponsible. However, it is hard to stay angry at a you. You are so cheerful and upbeat, and your optimism is catchy.

Many people with this position are outdoorsy types. At the very least, you have a great love for friendly competition. When the going gets tough, you run away. You don’t like to be caught up in routine for too long, and you simply need to escape. You are the kind of person who envisions great goals and then, undaunted by possible failure, sets about achieving them. You rarely listen to advice about pitfalls and drawbacks, nor do you wait to find out if a plan is impractical or unworkable. One reason for your success is you keen judgment. Among your most winning traits is your adaptability- to different kinds of personalities and foreign lands. Your immediate reaction to new experiences is to explore and learn more.

There’s a blind faith in you that is admirable. You simply believe that everything will work out. Not much for making detailed plans, people with Moon in Sagittarius prefer to wing it. You are very adaptable and generally on the go.


Past lives have been spent gaining- and being an example of spiritual truth, as philosophers, spiritual leaders and naturalists. In some case, misuse of spiritual authority in past lives (putting yourself above the law) has caused blind spot regarding social mores in this life. You are learning not to put yourself above ethics of appropriate conduct. You have a long history of going your own way; consequently, you have been socially isolated from others and come into this lifetime with a sense of loneliness and wanting to be understood and accepted. You long to be able to share the truth and inspiration gained by past lives with others. When you learn to relate to others, you will realize that to be understood, you must first seek to understand others. Learn to drop isolating self righteous attitudes and use your mind to discover the unspoken rules of personality interactions- rules that others take for granted.