Mars in Aries, Moon in Sagittarius Compatibility


When Mars in Aries’ aggression meets Moon in Sag’s need for adventure, the resulting combustion will propel this relationship forward. Aries wants to start something (anything) and Sagittarius needs to keep it going—forever. These two will continually urge each other forward, towards more exciting territory.

Mars in Aries creates challenge. He expresses his will and passion by pitting himself against something or someone. A successful partnership with this warrior will involve a lover who understands his desire for excitement, while providing fuel for his fire. Mars in Aries wants someone who will not back down when he pushes forward.

Moon in Sagittarius needs possibilities. She feels safe and satisfied in an environment that would make many feel insecure; she craves continual expansion and new ideas to investigate. Moon in Sag can live quite happily in a domestic relationship, as long as her lover makes it clear that he does not expect her to fill a traditional role. Her relaxed approach to daily living can be mistaken for laziness, but in reality, she’s so concerned with the big picture that she overlooks the practical details.

Moon in Sagittarius will meet Aries’ assertive expression of desire with open arms. The more he throws at her, the more enthusiastically she’ll respond. She’ll take his pushiness and impulsiveness in stride (while urging him on) and he’ll respond to her encouragement with even more force. The result will be a growing bonfire that keeps this relationship passionate and vital.

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About Nadia Gilchrist

Nadia Gilchrist offers over 19 years of experience in astrology. Her writings and personal consultations focus on applying practical astrological analysis to the real world. Nadia blogs regularly at Ruby Slipper Astrology.
 

Comments

  1. johanna77 says:

    great interpretation,

    will we be getting more combinations?

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