The Moon Phase in Which You Were Born Reveals a Lot About You
- New Moon is when the Moon is between 0 and 45 degrees from the Sun.
- Waxing Crescent Moon, 45 to 90 degrees from the Sun.
- First Quarter Moon is 90 to 135 degrees from the Sun.
- Waxing Gibbous Moon, 135 to 180 degrees from the Sun.
- Full Moon is when the Moon is between 180 and 225 degrees away from the Sun.
Is your moon sign the same as your zodiac sign?
Your moon sign is the zodiac sign in which the moon was at the time of your birth. It’s the soul of your identity, the hidden part of yourself that you may keep hidden from others (unlike your outwardly appearing sun sign), and it accounts for a significant portion of your emotional side.
What is the best way to figure out my Sun and Moon signs?
Your Moon Sign is a reflection of your innermost feelings and ideas. It’s as if you have an internal monologue that expresses all of your emotional demands and sentiments. Check your Moon Sign horoscope every day to observe how it impacts your emotions.
Where does the moon appear in my horoscope?
Look to the far left of your birth chart to check what sign your moon is in. Mine is in the sign of Sagittarius, which is noted for being impetuous, daring, and forthright. If your sun represents your ego, your moon represents your id, which Stardust defines as “your internal feelings and emotions.”
What is the most unusual moon phase on which to be born?
On average, 76.1 people were born on the New Moon. On average, 75.5 children were born on the Full Moon, which is lower than the average for any other day. The Third Quarter Moon (78.2) had the most children on average, while the First Quarter Moon had the fewest (73.7).
What does it mean to be born on a full moon?
The Full Moon is notorious for driving individuals insane, causing aggressiveness, and even lycanthropy in extreme circumstances. While being born under a Full Moon is unlikely to turn you into a werewolf, it is true that the Moon is inextricably linked to a person’s emotions – and may have more power over you than you realize.
When there is a Full Moon, the Moon is directly opposite the Sun. This indicates that your Sun Sign, which governs the mind, and your Moon Sign, which governs the heart, are at odds. If you were born under the influence of the Full Moon, your life is likely to be dominated by internal conflicts between what you think is reasonable and what your heart genuinely desires. Worse, you may be torn between a variety of desires that are tugging you in different directions. This is why you may come across as indecisive or inconsistent to others.
In other situations, this can be a positive trait, since your friends may find your unpredictability appealing and exciting. People may perceive you as flaky or even two-faced in situations where reliable and consistent behavior is anticipated.
Despite this, suppressing your emotional side may be harmful. People who were born on a Full Moon are generally more sensitive to rhythms, both externally and internally. You can be more successful if you use your natural capacity to ride the highs and lows of your emotional cycle to live a life that is balanced between your personality’s extremes.
This is especially significant since, as a Full Moon child, your emotional energies can be extremely powerful if channeled correctly. What’s the secret? Allow yourself to succumb to the pull of your emotions and wants, particularly those that appear outlandish or crazy. Listening to yourself and following your deepest, strongest impulses is what will get you out of the rut that comes with having so many competing desires. Being truthful to yourself allows you to feel more grounded since your energies will be more balanced and focused on what actually makes you happy. People are drawn to Full Moon children because of this energy, but in different ways depending on your personality.
Your energy will be channeled outwards if you’re an extrovert. Full Moon children that are extroverted have a powerful, brilliant presence. People notice when you enter into a room, much as we notice when the Full Moon rises into the night sky. You have the ability to be incredibly active, lively, and crazy, all of which attract others to you.
Your Moon energy tend to be channeled inwards for introverts. You have a gentle inner glow that is inexplicably alluring, even if others aren’t aware of it. People are drawn to you because of the quiet madness with which you hold and express yourself, which attracts them and makes them want to be around you – even if they don’t understand why, which adds to your mystique.
You should also pay attention to the Moon’s phases, as they are directly tied to your internal energy. During the Waxing Crescent Moon, you should take advantage of the growing lunar force’s velocity and start making plans for the future. Set lofty objectives, but break them down into manageable chunks. During this time, you are more likely to come up with a successful idea. Of course, you should revisit your objectives on a regular basis, and the Waxing Gibbous Moon is an excellent time to do so.
If you’ve done your homework during the Waxing Moon stages, you’ll feel more energized and inspired when the Full Moon arrives, as if you can do anything if you put your mind to it. During this time, pay close attention to your heart; it’s likely that all kinds of urges and wants may rise to the top of your consciousness. You may feel inclined to take risks and do all kinds of insane things that your reasonable side will find terrifying. That, on the other hand, might not be such a bad thing. You are actually more likely to succeed in any aims you choose to pursue during this Moon phase because of your heightened energy, optimism, and awareness. It’s still a good idea to be cautious, since the brilliance of the Full Moon can cause you to overestimate your odds of success.
People who were born on the Full Moon, on the other hand, tend to feel sleepy and lethargic when the Moon is waning, particularly during the Waning Gibbous and Waning Crescent Moons. Because of your waning vitality, now is a good moment to let go of any anger, tension, or anxiety. Because the Moon’s energy is totally blocked by the Earth during the New Moon, this lethargy reaches a crescendo. This could be an excellent moment for you to unwind, contemplate, and re-energize. Don’t do something too difficult or ambitious. You won’t be able to shine your best during your Full Moon moments if you don’t take frequent downtime to just relax. If you’ve had an unusually high rate of failure recently, it’s possible that you’ve been pushing yourself too hard. In such case, a New Moon mini-vacation might be just the thing to get you back on track.
The First Quarter and Third Quarter Moons, on the other hand, are the most dangerous Moon phases. You are equally affected by the moon’s darkness and light during Half Moons. All of your internal problems will surface, and if you don’t establish your inner equilibrium, you may experience a mental breakdown.
The ability to balance your inner inconsistencies is the most important key to success for a Full Moon youngster. You must be able to ride with the flow of your natural energy cycles rather than fighting it or allowing it to entirely control you. When you master the ability of maintaining an active equilibrium between emotions and rationality, your dark side and your bright side, the outward and the internal, you’ll know you’ve awakened to your Full Moon child’s full potential.
At this point, you are extremely capable of carrying out any work and seeing it through to completion. You are well-versed in reconciling many sides of your paradoxical self, and you are well-known for your ability to navigate complex social settings, where you can bring people together despite their radically divergent viewpoints and perspectives. You’re terrific at listening to and understanding others now that you’ve learnt how to listen to yourself. You are a highly passionate, impulsive, and empathetic person who, most all, never apologizes for who you are.
See how the other Moon Phases relate to the phase you were born on by clicking on the links below. Examine your friends and family to discover if their personalities are compatible with the Moon Phase they were born under.
What is my rising sign, and how do I know what it is?
Your rising or ascendant is the sign that was ascending on the eastern horizon at the moment of your birth. It refers to the picture you put out into the world, or the mask you wear, and it provides insight into your abilities, talents, and tactics for navigating life. If you’ve ever felt like people don’t recognize you as your sun sign right away, it’s because they’re probably seeing your rising.
What is the difference between a moon sign and a rising sign?
When it comes to astrology, the sun, moon, and rising stars are the three signs you should be familiar with.
The position of the sun at the time of your birth determines which of the 12 zodiac signs you belong to. The zodiac sign in which the moon was positioned when you were born is known as your moon sign, and it indicates your emotions. The position of the houses in the birth chart is determined by the rising sign, which is as follows:
- The First House is the House of the Self (ruled by Aries)
- House of Values is the second house (ruled by Taurus)
- House of Sharing is the third house (ruled by Gemini)
- The House of Home and Family is the fourth house (ruled by Cancer)
- House of Pleasure is the fifth house (ruled by Leo)
- The House of Health is the sixth house (ruled by Virgo)
- The House of Balance is the seventh house in the horoscope (ruled by Libra)
- The House of Transformation is the eighth house in the horoscope (ruled by Scorpio)
- The House of Purpose is located in the Ninth House (ruled by Sagittarius)
- The House of Enterprise is the tenth house in the horoscope (ruled by Capricorn)
- The House of Blessings is the eleventh house (ruled by Aquarius)
- The House of Sacrifice is the Twelfth House (ruled by Pisces)