What are they:
Centuries ago, Babylonian astrologers divided the sky up into twelve sections. Each section represented a certain aspect of a person’s life. The twelve categories are basically the same as they were all those years ago, and they’re just as relevant now as they were back then!
How to find them:
Locate your ascending sign on your birth chart (which is typically positioned at the nine o’clock mark). Your ascending sign will always be the sign that guides you in all the matters associated with the “first house”. From there, you’ll move counterclockwise around your birth chart “wheel” until you end up at the twelfth house. If one house straddles two signs, go with the sign that appears first on your birth chart.
How they impact you:
This is where you’ll see that every sign of the zodiac is present on your chart and influences a specific part of your life. The planets that were positioned in each of your houses will also affect how you act, think, and feel regarding a particular area of your life.
Keywords: First impressions, mannerisms, style of dress, grooming habits, how the world sees you.
Keywords: Money habits, money beliefs, income, how you prefer to make money, your possessions.
Keywords: logic, memory, education, your daily commute, your day-to-day activities, how you talk to people.
Keywords: Your house, land or property purchases, housekeeping, caring for your home, how you feel about your home.
Keywords: Playfulness, entertainment, romance, pleasure, creative expression, games, love affairs, ideas regarding sexual habits and desire.
Keywords: Physical, emotional, and mental health, preferences for how to help others, usefulness, purpose, workplace relationships.
Keywords: legal affairs, professional partnerships, long-term relationships, enemies, highlights qualities that attract you to a partner, may indicate areas you need to heal or improve on.
Keywords: psychic abilities, connection to the spirit realm, life cycles, death, rebirth, transformation, creation through the act of sex, inheritance.
Notable Qualities: expanding your mind through travel and education, exploration, belief system, personal development, how you naturally educate others and share ideas.
Notable Qualities: reputation, prestige, professional achievement, awards, recognition, feelings about responsibility and integrity, social status, career goals.
Notable Qualities: group activities, organizations, delayed gratification, your biggest life goals, your life visions, cooperation, teamwork, your approach to friendships and non-romantic relationships.
Notable Qualities: your spiritual purpose, hardships, setbacks, self-sabotaging behaviors, limiting beliefs, secrets, emotional trauma, and unexpected accidents.