In my post about the social butterfly New Moon in Libra, I advised people to reach out and connect with others. But a few readers of this blog wondered (quite rightly) how this would apply if the New Moon fell in a quiet area of their chart (like the 8th or 12th house).
The 8th house is your intimacy area. It’s where you share with others, on a deep level. That means initiating light conversations that could lead to more. But what if intimacy isn’t your thing right now? What if you’re alone (by choice or circumstance)? Set your intentions to meet the type of person you’d like to be intimate with.
It’s more of a challenge to translate the outgoing energy of this New Moon to the introspection of the 12th House. What we’re talking about now is hidden potential, or initiating something that may not come to fruition for awhile. Once again, set your intentions, but this time focus on a hidden part of yourself you’d like others to see (a favourable hidden part, obviously). Or go for the soul mate connection; the 12th House does symbolize your Ultimate Other. Open that path with a positive (Jupiter) message/communication (even if you’re just writing it down for yourself), backed up by the spiritual energy of the 12th House. And if you’d rather just enjoy the harmony (Libra) of your own company, that’s perfect too. Sometimes, you want to be alone even if the prevailing energy is social.