Moon Conjunct Pluto in the Natal Chart
Those people having Moon conjunct Pluto in the Natal Chart have powerful emotions. They experienced childhood traumas that are buried deep within their subconscious. They have unusual fears and are prone to depression. Some of them have emotional wounds that never heal. They suffer from extreme mood swings, and paranoia. These symptoms differ from other people because of the different patterns of the chart. Some may have bipolar disorder, but it depends on the entire chart.
They experience a sudden outburst of emotions. From being happy, they will become depressed or angry because they remember something unpleasant. They are emotionally unstable, and the Moon’s phase greatly affects to their mood. They can get easily affected by the mood of others. They feel the pain and suffering of other people, and they can relate to it with ease. It is important to surround themselves with jolly, positive and cheerful friends.
They also respond to various emotions that they watched on Television or Movies. If they are watching a dramatic scene, they are not afraid to show that they are crying. They are expressive and they want others to understand their feelings. But, it still depends on how mature the person with Moon conjunct Pluto in the Natal Chart. Because, they often have a hard time on how they should properly express their feelings. Instead of showing their love, they may show jealousy and resentment. So, maturity holds a very important key here.
Resist the urge to harm someone who has Pluto conjunct Moon in the Natal Chart . Do not inject pain in their lives because they already experienced enough from the past. Moon-Pluto never forgets, holds grudges and unwilling to forgive. Also, they do not do well in accepting criticism. Be easy on them because they are easily hurt. They are quick to counter attack and react with anger in misperceived insults. But, it still depends on the whole chart. This does not have to be like this because Moon-Pluto is very sympathetic. There might be something in the Synastry Chart that activates this attitude. Not all are experiencing this negative trait, because another planet might be influencing the Moon-Pluto aspect in a positive way.
Natal Moon conjunct Pluto has two intense traits when it comes to friendship. Its either they really want to be best buds and bond with you right away, or they don’t trust you. They can be overly friendly once you can understand and relate to their intense emotions. They have an intuitive sense whether you can be good for them or not. They like to compare their negative experiences to their present situation. They are suspicious. They constantly think that others will put them in the same trauma they had experienced. They suffer from excessive distrust, and it is also the reason why some of them are unfriendly. It can be difficult for them to work with others with this attitude. But, once they finally trust others everything runs smooth. Again, it still depends on the person’s whole Natal Chart because other planets might influence Moon-Pluto conjunction. For example, if Jupiter is involved the person can be very friendly and generous. If Mercury is involved the person likes to open up about their feelings. If Mars is involved, then the person having Moon conjunct Pluto may have behavioral addictions.
In-depth Understanding About The Symptoms of Moon Conjunct Pluto.
The Positive Side of Moon conjunct Pluto in the Natal Chart
On the positive side, a person having Moon conjunct Pluto in the Natal Chart can keep secrets. They are compassionate and have empathy towards others. They are very intuitive and (depends on the whole chart) being a psychic Empath is possible. They have intense emotions so when they are happy, they have an infectious laugh and they are able to make everyone around them happy. They have a deep understanding about others suffering. Their friends like to open up to them. They are good at giving advice, because they can easily stand in somebody’s shoes.
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