The Houses in your Daily Horoscope

The weekend horoscopes for Friday November 26th, 27th & 28th are posted under Daily Horoscopes. Have a great Holiday weekend!

 When reading your daily horoscopes, please read more about the house that your sign is passing through for added insight into activities and themes that will affect your day!

The 1st House: The House of Self
 This house describes your outer personality as well as certain physical attributes such as your height, weight and the shape of your face and your figure. Your personality and basic approach to life. It also rules your physical appearance, the first impression you make, your ego, beginnings, taking the initiative and how you really see yourself.  The image you wish to project and most importantly, how you come across to others all fall under the first house.

The 2nd House: The House of Values/Money
The second house describes your possessions, resources and how you deal with possessions, property and money. It also reveals your earning and spending capacities. Your self worth and income fall under this house. 

The 3rd House: The House of Communications
Lower education (schooling before college) early childhood environment. Mental facilities and faculties, cousins, relatives. and your siblings- if any. Neighborhood matters. Short distance local travel and transportation. Your car, computer, cell phone and how you deal with those closest to you. Emails, texts, letters and correspondence. This house is all about how you exchange information with others.

This house describes how you communicate with others, how you reach out to others nearby and how you handle your immediate environment. It also shows how your thinking processes work and the way you express your thoughts.

 It is the house of short-distance travel and communications.

The 4th House: The House of Home and Family
Ancestry, heritage and roots. The early foundations of your home environment. Home and family life. Mother or mothers as maternal figures. The caretaker of your household. Endings. Nurturing or the lack of it. The circumstances at the end of your life.  It represents where you have lived, where you are currently living and where you will be living in the future.

This house shows reveals the earliest foundations of your life. It also reveals how you were nurtured and made to feel secure as a child. It is the house of your family and home life.

This house deals also with the mother figure in your life whereas the tenth house represents your father figure.

The 5th House: The House of Personal Expression
Recreational and leisure activities, children, flirtations, brief romantic encounters, booty calls, one night stands, fun, romance, love affairs and sex. Things that you do for enjoyment and entertainment. Games and gambling. Creative self-expression. This house represents your creative ability, children, fun, romance and love affairs are all highlighted by the 5th house. This is also the house where to look for playful love affairs, flirtations, and brief romantic encounters (rather than long-term commitments such as marriage).

The 6th House: The House of Health
Routine tasks, daily chores and duties. Skills or training needed to work, Jobs and Employment. Health and overall well-being. Being of service to others, selflessness, care taking. Taking care of pets and small domestic animals also fall under the 6th house.

This house has been called the repair and maintenance house. It reveals how you take care of your body and organize yourself to perform efficiently in the world. Here is where you get things done, where you look after others and fulfill service duties. 

This sixth house demands order in life; otherwise there would be chaos.  This house is your “job” (as opposed to your career, which is the domain of the tenth house), your diet, and your health and fitness regimens.

The 7th House: The House of Partnership
Close and committed relationships. Marriage and business partners. Agreements and the courts. Legal affairs. Open enemies. Attraction to qualities we desire/seek from a lifelong partner. Attitudes towards partners. Anyone you have commitments, contracts and agreements with. How you relate to others, lawsuits, divorces and marriages all happen here. Where the 1st House represents "I", the 7th House represents "We", for better or for worse.

  Open hostilities, lawsuits, divorces and marriages happen here. 

The 8th House: The House of Power
Cycles of Death, Rebirth and transformations. Sexual relationships and deeply committed relationships of all kinds. Joint funds, finances. Other people’s money. Power, control, psychology and the collective unconscious. The occult, psychic and taboo matters. Regeneration. Self-transformation.

This is one of the most mysterious and powerful houses. This house tells about sex, death, wills, insurance, taxes and legacies. Crime, shared resources, the money of others (inheritance). This is where you transcend yourself with dreams, drugs and occult or psychic experiences. This is the house where you make personal sacrifices for yourself and for others.

The 9th House: The House of Worldview and Philosophies
Foreign travel and foreign countries. Culture. Long distance travels and journeys. Religion. Ethics. Higher education. Higher knowledge and wisdom. Risk taking, pushing boundaries and the expression of ideas via books, papers and online websites and blogs. Experiences through expansion. Where the third house represents the lower mind, the ninth represents the higher mind. The abstract, intuitive and spiritual mind. Philosophy.

This house is associated with higher education, long journeys, philosophies of life, religion, morals and foreign people and places. The ninth house also represents your belief systems about the world we live in.

The 10th House: Your Public Life and Social Status
Ambitions. The Public. High profile activities, How the world sees you. Motivation. Career (not a routine job). Status in society and reputation. Government. Big Business. Authority. Father or father figures. The breadwinner of the household. Laws of the physical universe. One's public appearance/impression at large. Where the moon or 4th House represents the mother; the 10th house represents your father.

This house is all about your career, personal achievements and social status. The tenth house is associated with your public life and reputation. This is the house where you go public.  Many famous people have many planets in this house.

This house is also associated with your father figure or the main authority figure in your life.

The 11th House: Your Friends and Social Life
Friends and acquaintances of like-minded attitudes. Groups you identify with, Political affiliations, People you see as equals, Humanity, Rebellion against social structures or conventions. Hopes, wishes, groups, clubs and high societies. Higher associations. Benefits and fortunes made through careers. One's hopes and wishes. Ex loves will also appear here.

 This house also reveals your ambitions and aspirations. It is where you extend yourself to a group, a goal, or a belief system. Here is where you become concerned with “what other people think” or where you rebel against social conventions. It is mainly regarded as your hopes and wishes house. It also is the house of friendships.

The 12 House: The House of Self-Undoing
Mysticism. Places of seclusion, Hospitals, prisons and institutions, including self-imposed imprisonments. Things which are not apparent to oneself yet clearly seen by others. Elusive, clandestine and secretive matters. Retreat, reflection and self-sacrifice. Transcending unimaginable limits, Selfless giving and selfless receiving, Unconscious/subconscious. Unknown enemies.

 This is the house of karmic service. This is where boundaries between yourself and others become blurred, and you become selfless.  In your daily life, the twelfth house reveals your deepest intimacies, your best-kept secrets, especially those you hide from yourself and others.

This house is also associated with places we go for solitude or to do spiritual or reparatory work such as retreats, hospitals, institutions, prisons and places of confinement.