Moon in Leo

THE BRIGHT SIDE OF THE MOON:

You are exuberant, creative, broadminded, colorful, fun-loving.

THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON:

You are self-indulgent, self-centered, conceited, overbearing, bullying.

Depending on other positions in the chart, Moon in Leo people are not necessarily outgoing. When you feel comfortable, you do like being the center of attention. That is, they like being in the “spotlight” in the comfort of your own home and with family and friends. You enjoy entertaining others, and often take on the role of comic.  Lunar Leos often feel a need to organize, and even control, their families and friends. You have an inner mission to set things right, and generally like to oversee the goings-on in their little circle.  This is a rather creative position of the Moon. At the very least, you want to create and entertain. You can be rather lazy at times, and a little bossy too. Generally, though, you have a deep need to treat others fairly and justly.

You require lots and lots of love and care in order to function well in the world. When you feel slighted, you can be dramatic in your emotional displays. When your pride has been hurt, you are given to big scenes and sulking. This rarely happens in public, however.  You are far too concerned about their image to make splashy scenes outside the comfort of your own home. In public, you prefer to take things in dignified ways. At home, however, they’re given to big displays of emotional drama. These scenes generally don’t last too long, however. You are often personally popular folk who are valued for their integrity and strong sense of justice.Generally, it is easy to reason with you. Appealing to your well-developed sense of fairness usually works well.

IN PAST LIVES

You were celebrated royalty in other lives: actors, actresses, musicians, kings, queens and stars in one form or another. Consequently, you came into his lifetime with a need for recognition, approval and praise. You are accustomed to applause and insecurity results when you feel ignored or not treated as special. You may feel you must perform according to others standards and you can be almost childlike in your need for approval. You are learning to dedicate yourself to more universal causes that allow you to do your part in furthering the evolution of humankind. When you focus on the larger drama and allow yourself to be a vehicle for an energy that promotes the goals of humanity, your powerful ego assumes a lovely, balanced role. Seeing yourself as a channel for helping your brothers and sisters allows you to accept your childlike qualities and be more tolerant of your mistakes.