Moon in Gemini


You are versatile, witty, charming, lively, amusing.


You are disorganized, inconsistent, superficial, cunning, manipulative.

You are usually pleasant, witty, and charming. At home and with family, however, you can be moody and irritable at times. People with Moon in Gemini are always interesting people–you have a finger in every pie, are curious to a fault, and are generally well-informed.  Nervousness and worry are common traits with this lunar position. An underlying restlessness is common, and many Lunar Gemini’s need more stimulation than others. You usually read a lot, talk a lot, and think a lot.     Your homes are often a perpetual work-in-progress. You generally dislike housework, but are big on home improvement.

Re-organizing your home in little–and sometimes big–ways seems to keep you happy, as  you are easily bored by both routine and constancy. Often, this is a reflection of your inner world–”the grass is always greener…” applies here. Inwardly, you are often unsettled.

Moon in Gemini parents are generally more adept at handling the intellectual needs of their children than emotional ones. Others’ complicated emotions, in general, can be difficult for you to handle.     In your family, you often take on the role of organizing get-togethers. You are at your best when you have plenty of things to do beyond routine.

You almost always have a way with words. You are clever and witty, and more often than not can be found chatting with others. You are sociable and friendly, and feel comfortable in crowds. You may pay too much attention to what everyone else is doing, and lose touch with what you really want to do. Generally, you have a million and one projects going.     You are impressionable folk, and your imagination is boundless.

Your openness to new ideas is admirable, although decisiveness and persistence take a blow as a result. Still, versatility and adaptability are some of the stronger traits of this position of the Moon.When irritable, you can easily become snappy.  Your moodiness is complicated–this is not the same kind of moodiness you’ll find with water sign moons, for example. Usually, difficult behavior stems from inner restlessness. You want to do it all, and have trouble sticking to any one project.

When problems arise, your first instinct is to talk things out. Your tendency to analyze can give you the appearance of emotional detachment. In fact, you may be especially comfortable talking about their feelings, but feeling your own feelings doesn’t come as easily. Those of you that don’t take time out to really emote and understand their own needs may end up baffling others. Feeling misunderstood is common. The only real solution to the problem is learning to get in touch with your own feelings.


Past lives as gatherers and dispensers of information- as travelers, teachers, wandering bards and minstrels- have left you with a feeling of incessant restlessness. You feel the urge to move on, thinking that there is always something new and exciting over the next hill. In past lives you were not accustomed to having a family, you were a traveler. Therefore, you are always seeking new mental stimulation and you have a hard time settling down with another person. The best relationship for you is always over the next hill. You are learning to relax, to deepen your mental connection with those in your immediate environment. Once in touch with your intuition, you will have access to all the information you need.