The Sun and the Moon in the Same Solar Return House

Having the Sun and the Moon in the same Solar return house is like having all of your eggs in one basket. 

The Sun is associated with conscious experience and symbolizes a need for external achievement and recognition.

The Moon, on the other hand, is more closely associated with unconscious experience and the need for internal emotional fulfillment. Whenever they appear in the same house, there is a conscious and unconscious emphasis on the same area of life. Matters related to the house placement are very prominent during the solar return year. 

SOLAR RETURN CHART BASIC : from first house to 12 house 
1ST || 2ND || 3RD || 4TH || 5TH || 6TH || 7TH || 8TH || 9TH || 10TH || 11TH || 12TH ||

The convergence of the two lights in the same house symbolizes the merger of two separate and distinct patterns of growth and the formation of a new, more complex pattern based on the meeting of the Sun and the Moon. It seems reasonable to speculate about the existence of this complex cycle since whenever the Sun and Moon appear in the same solar return house, there is a sense of "newness" attributed to the events of the year. Significant (Sun) changes (Moon) can occur, and these changes may be so far-reaching as to signal the beginning of a new era. 

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It is during this year that the individual is involved in a new experience and/or new issue. Generally, the closer the Sun and the Moon are within the house, the greater this sense of newness and the greater the sense of agreement between the conscious and unconscious levels. The farther apart the Sun and Moon are placed, the more likely one is to experience two separate desires or needs. 
For example, if the lights are not conjunct and not even in the same zodiacal sign, you are of two minds concerning the subject matter of the house placement. A new divorcee with this configuration was on her own after many years in a restrictive and unsatisfying marriage. She loved her newfound freedom (Sagittarius Sun in the return 1st house), but she also loved the intimate and sexually fulfilling relationship she now had with her new boyfriend (Scorpio Moon also in the 1st house). During the solar return year, the question of marriage came up many times. The woman did not want to choose between two equally desirable situations. She wanted to fulfill both her need for freedom and her need for intimacy. The fact that the Sun and the Moon are in different signs suggests that your conscious thoughts on the matter at hand will be different from your unconscious feelings. If this is true, you are apt to feel pulled in two directions. However, if the Sun and the Moon are in the same sign, you are more likely to experience conscious-unconscious agreement. 

ARIES From 1st House to 12th house of the Zodiac

Learning about the various houses in astrology is important. The zodiac is divided into twelve houses, and a different sign rules each. Unlike a regular clock, the zodiac starts from the first house and moves counterclockwise. Every house has certain defining traits that in-fluence your general characteristics. 

 In this article, you will learn more about the twelve houses of the zodiac and what they mean for Aries. 

ARIES IN 1ST || 2ND || 3RD || 4TH || 5TH || 6TH || 7TH || 8TH || 9TH || 10TH || 11TH || 12TH ||