A Stable Home For The Restless Wandering Sagittarius Moon

Is your moon is in Sagittarius or the 9th house? Do you have Jupiter in the 4th house or Jupiter aspecting your moon? If so, I’m sure you’re like me – you’re restless.

We’re travelers! We’re moving through, we’re moving on.  But have you ever heard that Saturn was the antidote for and overload of Jupiter?

Here’s how that works in real life aka “How the perennially restless can cut a break”!

Referencing this piece in the video: 40 Years Old And She’s Never Decorated Her House

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A Stable Home For The Restless Wandering Sagittarius Moon — 10 Comments

  1. I love this response because I’m the one most likely to toss out fifteen years worth of hard earned “stuff” and move on with very little regret. New pastures, new beginnings. I love ’em.

    Funny how boundaries sometimes really free us, though. Stating something unequivocally can be liberating. On the other hand, “For Now” was the motto of my Libran husband (ie, “Where are we gonna put that lamp?” “Let’s put it here, for now…”), and it then it became the family motto. But as much as I enjoy my freedom, eventually the attitude of “For Now” turned literal: we’re divorcing. As pleasantly as possible, but it’s happening.

    Ah, well.

  2. From my two divorces, I took the minimum amount of stuff and money. Can’t be weighed down! An ex-Sadge boyfriend lived on a yacht. It was big and pretty nice, and although I thought it somewhat weird to live on it, I thought it was great how everything was compact and organized and everything was there. I try to think of my house like that.
    Glad you found a solution, Elsa! An outside limiting force makes it a lot easier. I guess the fact that I’ve paired up with Sadges historically really didn’t help me to put down roots, huh? 🙂 Boy am I sucker for them though– my ‘unconscious’choices don’t seem so unconscious, suddenly…..hmmm.
    Am off to think about all of this.

  3. I’m not trying to kiss your ass, but for some reason this is one of my favorite videos from you. I don’t know, maybe it’s because you seem genuinely happy?

  4. Ahh, love this video! But wow, you talk Fast!!
    Is it possible to have both?! On the one hand, wherever I live I make into a home. I NEED it. On the other hand, I never plan on staying anywhere long and I have moved across borders many times. I love the excitement of a new place. (but I still invest in the home, even if it’s just painting the walls in colours and having flowers etc.)

  5. this made me smile.
    I can relate because I have a Sagittarius Moon also, but with all the Taurus I stay put in the same place for a long time. When I finally (almost 2 decades!) turned my last place into a HOME that said me… I moved.

  6. Just stumbled upon this video, and I must say – it’s brilliant and clever!
    I think I have kinda the same energy, feeling restless, not putting roots down anywhere. (Gemini in the 4th house), Sun, Venus Jupiter in the 9th house, Aquarius ASC.
    It spells commitment phobia and restlessness as nothing else.

    I will use this to consider talking to my BF. He has moon in 9yh house. But he has Taurus in the 4th house. We live together but he hasn’t yet moved in officially. I know I will be more calm when he does it.

    He has owned his home for 10 years 😉

  7. i’m definitely very restless soul. sigh. but I love to stay home though, so it’s a strange dichotomy (being Taurus dominant and having Sagittarius too) my husband wanders about..he has Sagittarius mars and mercury. but he likes to stay home mostly, and have a home. we love to travel a couple times a year to nice places far away. last year we didn’t go together much away, but I did, go away to a few places without him, and he went away on business trips to France, Turkey, Germany, and Croatia, few times, and maybe again this year he will do that, without me. we do have travel time together we go together of course.

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