North Node in the Fourth House

You have many past life experiences around business, government, the public eye and a promiment career, with honors

The first step in claiming your North Node in the fourth house is to embody the highest expression of the tenth house (opposite to the fourth). The tenth house represents your karmic past. So definitely appreciate — but! Don’t make tenth house issues the centre of your life.

So celebrate your keen desire for solid reputation. Take on public positions, if your heart desires. Have ambitions and create a step-by-step plan to accomplish them. Influence policy, use your influence to help others. Graciously accept honours, if you receive them.

Study the tenth house to understand its highest potential, and choose to live that, holding these life issues ever so lightly.

This is your first step to consciously attracting your soulmate.

Professional drama? A public attack? Tarnished reputation? Loss of a prestigious position? Dad issues? These could be karmic.

With a North Node in the fourth house, your karma stems from the pursuit of dignity and status at the expense of your family and relationships. Has a professional reputation been more important to you than your family? Do you have issues with authority figures? Do you think you’d be better at making the rules? Have you been throwing yourself into your career, ignoring your personal life?

In past lifetimes, your public title and position was everything and you spent many lifetimes exploring this area of life. You might have been a CEO, a government official, a commander, a powerful administrator, or a church leader. You may have established or enforced policy, or left a legacy.

If this isn’t you, have you attracted (or do you have strong feelings about)people who pursue influence and fame at the expense of their families? Who are consumed with their reputation, but have a blind spot at home? Who are obsessed with the rules, but ignore emotion? There’s your clue!

The shadow side of the tenth house has to do with being obsessed with position and influence, at the expense of nurturing your emotional and family li

Create a beautiful home. Understand your childhood. Heal your family. Nurture and build emotional security.

North Node in the fourth house life issues include early childhoodexperiences (especially mom), family traditions, and the karmic reasons we chose our parents. It’s also finding self-sufficiency outside of your birth family, and what your physical home needs to be. It’s about creating emotional foundations inside, upon which all else is built

Explore over the course of your lifetime. Questions around your emotional responses, psychology, and what home, tradition and family mean to you are included here, as well as property, real estate, and your roots and origins. The fourth house also encompasses important endings, what you are sentimental about, and your thoughts on personal privacy.

Make understanding your family origins a priority, before finding your soulmate, if you have the North Node in the fourth house. I say this, because this soul mission might be tempted to choose a partner solely for status, or what might look good publicly – which would be a disaster.

North Node in the fourth house asks that you create a physical home where you cantruly be yourself. It’s actually more important that you do this than it is to get out there and date. When you’ve made that emotional shift, it will act as an attraction point for your soulmate relationship. However, if you’re inclined do get online or otherwise and it would feel good to you – go ahead!

Embody the essence of your soul mission sign as you explore your origins and create your new home is being re-invented and re-born: this is the key.

♥쟈금은 안녕



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