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How to Better Understand Your Child using Astrology


As parents, we always want to understand our children and give them the best possible guidance in life. While there are many ways to do this, astrology can provide unique insights into your child's personality, strengths, and challenges. In this blog, I'll share how you can use astrology to better understand your child by focusing on the "big three" - their Sun sign, Moon sign, and Rising sign.


Sun Sign The Sun sign is the most commonly known and discussed sign in astrology. It represents the core of who we are, our ego, and our basic personality traits. Knowing your child's Sun sign can help you understand their basic nature, what they like and dislike, and what motivates them. For example, if your child is a Leo, they may have a strong need for attention and recognition, and they may be drawn to creative activities that allow them to express themselves. However, it's important to remember that Sun sign alone doesn't tell the whole story. Each sign has a unique combination of planetary influences that can modify its expression. For instance, a Leo with a lot of water in their chart may be more sensitive and introverted than a typical Leo. As such, it's important to consider your child's other signs as well.




Moon Sign The Moon sign represents our emotional needs and inner world. It governs how we express our feelings, what makes us feel safe and secure, and how we relate to others on an emotional level. Knowing your child's Moon sign can help you understand their emotional needs and how to best support them. For example, if your child has a Cancer Moon, they may be highly sensitive and need a lot of emotional nurturing to feel secure. Understanding your child's Moon sign can also help you anticipate their emotional reactions to different situations. For instance, if your child has a Pisces Moon, they may be highly empathetic and pick up on the moods of others. This can be a great strength, but it can also make them vulnerable to absorbing the emotions of others, which can be overwhelming.




Rising Sign The Rising sign, also known as the Ascendant, represents how we present ourselves to the world and our overall style. It governs how we approach life and how we interact with others. Knowing your child's Rising sign can help you understand their approach to the world and how they engage with others. For example, if your child has an Aries Rising, they may be very assertive and competitive, and may enjoy taking charge of situations. Understanding your child's Rising sign can also help you better communicate with them. For instance, if your child has a Libra Rising, they may be highly attuned to fairness and balance in their relationships. As such, it may be helpful to use "I" statements and approach conflicts with a focus on finding mutually beneficial solutions.


Putting It All Together While focusing on the big three signs is a great starting point for understanding your child's astrology, it's important to remember that each chart is unique. For instance, your child's chart may have a strong emphasis on a particular element or mode, which can modify the expression of their signs. To get a more complete picture of your child's astrology, it's helpful to consider a full birth chart reading from a professional astrologer. However, even focusing on the big three can provide valuable insights into your child's personality and needs.


In conclusion, astrology can be a powerful tool for understanding your child and providing them with the support and guidance they need to thrive. By focusing on their Sun sign, Moon sign, and Rising sign, you can gain insights into their basic nature, emotional needs, and approach to the world. As a parent, it's important to remember that each child is unique and that astrology is just one piece of the puzzle Fox RedSky

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