Flashcards in Astrological houses - Evolutionary descriptions Deck (12)
SURVIVAL INSTINCT, EARLY INDIVIDUATION.
Birth through age six, 72 - 77,
focus on self and how get needs met. How we respond to novelty.
We identify with this, house, automatically.
THE ENERGY we bring in to new situations.
PHYSICAL APPEARANCE (helps with rectification of time of birth).
POSSESSIONS, RESOURCES, money, assets, security. How we know and relate to these things in our life. Both tangible and intangible. Conserve and maximize. Status quo.
How we relate to other people (as things to possess?)
PHYSICAL BODY. Planets here may affect physical resources.
6 - 11 years and 78 - 83.
SIBLINGS AND CLOSE RELATIVES apart from parents and children.
Learn how to relate to others in these spheres.
Learning more about the wider world.
Use and apply resources of 2nd house.
Value of COMMUNITY to support resilience.
Media, in that we are now connected globally this way.
Attitude to immediate environment (extrovert/introvert)
Ages 12 - 17 84-89.
BIRTH FAMILY AND CONDITIONS AND IMPACT OF CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES. Unconscious identification.
Difficulties indicate challenges in childhood that prevent us from embracing new beginnings.
PERSONAL AND COLLECTIVE SOCIAL HISTORY based on identify.
Physical home and qualities LAND AND PROPERTY OWNERSHIP.
Attitude towards parents. (One or both.) Traditionally, the mother, but not necessarily
DEEP EMOTIONAL INSTINCTS. How we behave with those close to us.
Ages 18 to 23. Establish foundations for adult life. also 90 - 95.
PLEASURE, SELF-EXPRESSION, CREATIVITY, CHILDREN - all forms and manifestations, not just the arts.
Children and attitude to procreation. connections to father. In lower half of chart because reflects need to be validated by others, as well as our identify through our creations.
LOVE AFFAIRS romance (NOT long-term.)
House of pleasure.
Ages 24 - 29 when we begin to make our own mark.
EVERYDAY LIFE AND ROUTINES, work, health.
WHAT WE DO FOR A LIVING.
Responsibilities towards elders.
CARING AND SERVICE PROFESSIONS.
PETS AND SMALL ANIMALS.
How we care (or don't care) for others.
Key indicators of HEALTH AND ILLNESS. Diet, attitude to food, exercise and self-care. Attitude to work vs spare time. Slave to work?
Organization on a d5.ily basis.
Ages 30 - 3
RELATIONSHIPS OF ALL KINDS (especially long-term ones.)
Interpersonal skills or lack of.
The self through others.
Commitment to maintaining relationships.
What we need and how we try to get it. Independence vs dependence. What type of partners do we attract?
Age 36 to 41.
SEX AND DEATH. (literally and metaphorically.)
SHARED RESOURCES AND OTHER PEOPLE'S POSSESSIONS.
Loans, mortgages, Power in relationships.
Psychotherapy, self injury, analysis. Purging quality.
Age 42 - 47. (mid life crisis) Soul searching.
Higher education and academic disciplines, law, medicine.
Application of 3rd house education.
Philosophy, religion, politics.
Foreign lands, long distance travel.
Attitudes to other cultures.
Broaden ing the mind.
Long distance communication.
Ages 48 - 53. Second half of life begins.
PUBLIC LIFE, CAREER, SOCIAL STATUS.
Strengths and weaknesses in the spotlight.
Qualities and skills we respect in others. what careers might suit us, or how we are known in the wider world.
Parent who most represents the outside world to the child.
Management of things entrusted to us.
Relationship to authority and power.
Ages 54 - 60.
GROUPS AND LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE.
How we function in groups.
Focus on the future.
Breaking into factions based on association with those like us.
Foster social connections and aspirations not necessarily related to career.
How well do we manage our 10th house responsibilities?
Ages 60 - 65.