MOON IN THE 7TH HOUSE Of Solar Return Astrology Chart
The Moon in the 7th house of the solar return shows the probability of being involved in a nurturing relationship.
This relationship does not have to be an intimate one, though this is a possibility. The caretaker quality is pronounced even in business relationships. You may be caring for family members, or you may donate your extra time and money to a needy family that you know. If you are a secretary,you may be very involved with your boss's personal needs and comforts rather than clerical duties. If you are a physician seeing patients, you will be very concerned with your patients as individuals.
Personal involvement and concern are characteristic of this placement.
It is very likely that you will personally relate on a regular basis to the individual you are helping. And unless the relation-ship is also an intimate one, it is common for the relationship and the nurturing activities to appear one-sided. Non-intimate relationships associated with the Moon in the 7th house are not equal. One person has more knowledge, expertise, status, or responsibility than the other; one has more power and control than the other; one is cared for and nurtured while the other does the nurturing; one shares his or her feelings, and the other just listens and/or helps. It is very common to be involved in professional or informal counseling relation-ships during the year. The individuals tend to be unequal, and one person gives while the other receives.
Intimate relationships have a similar, yet slightly different, manifestation.
SOLAR RETURN CHART FROM 1ST HOUSE TO 12TH HOUSE :
From year to year, the Sun passes through the solar return chart in a clockwise direction, falling into every third house for those people who remain in the same location. For example,
the Sun in the 1st house in this year's solar return will probably move up to the 10th house next year, assuming certain conditions: the individual must remain in the same location and this location should not be too far north or too far south in terms of latitude.