The Moon is placed in the second house of your birth chart suggesting that you seek emotional security through accruing possessions, although this can be frustrating at times because your personal fortunes have a tendency to fluctuate during your life. Consequently, you face periods of economic insecurity when your fortunes suddenly change. Fortunately you’ve the inner resources to adapt to these changes in income and usually you gain rather than lose money. However, you need to be wary of other aspects in your birth chart which could indicate failing fortunes. Your finances are closely tied to your work, and you’re likely to benefit from a job that is connected with either water, or with the public at large rather than one where you’ve little contact with other people or contact with only a few people.
You may also work in a profession that caters for people’s needs such as the hospitality industry or child care. Your personal finances may also receive a boost through a prominent woman in your life, perhaps your mother or her side of the family. This can be financial help, joint investments or inheritances.
Full Moon in the Second House
Intimacy, issues of power and control, or joint finances may have been a focus for the last two weeks. Now it’s time to recognize what makes you comfortable. This Full Moon is about balancing the give and take of intimacy–the giving and receiving of pleasure. Sharing issues come into focus, as do issues of power–what’s yours and what’s mine. Your comfort zones matter, and now is the time to take care of your own needs without eclipsing the needs of others.
Lal Kitab Remedies for Moon(Chandra):
- Temple within the native.s house may deprive the native of male issue.
- The things associated with the Moon, i.e., silver, rice, non-cemented floor of the house, the mother and old women and their blessings will prove very lucky for the native.
- Offering green colour clothes to small girls continuously for 43 days.
- Place the things associated with the Moon into the foundation of your house, e.g., a square piece of silver.