Virgo North Node Meaning

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In this article, I will share practical information about the Virgo North Node. Specifically, the energetics or behaviors you should lean into this lifetime to realize personal growth and success.

What is the North Node in Astrology? 

  • In astrology, the North Node is also known as the True Node or the “Dragon’s Head”. It is an important point in the astrological birth chart that represents your  karmic path and spiritual evolution this lifetimes. 
  • The North Node is always directly opposite the South Node, or the “Dragon’s Tail”. The North and South Nodes are not physical celestial bodies like the planets but they are calculated points in the chart based on the orbit of the Moon.

How to know what your North Node is?

  • Check out my article titled “North Node and Your Purpose” to discover your North Node based on your birth information – CLICK HERE

What Does the North Node Tell Us?

  • The North Node is about moving outside of our comfort zone and represents the lessons, experiences, and qualities that we need to develop and embrace in this lifetime. It is the direction we need to go that will bring personal growth and fulfillment. The North Node placement in the birth chart tells you which area of life and the specific qualities that you should focus on to experience spiritual growth.
  • The sign and house placement of the North Node provide insights into the challenges and opportunities that you may encounter during your life. The sign indicates the qualities or traits to develop, while the house represents the area of life where these lessons will be most prominent. For example, if your North Node is in Aries in the 7th house, you may need to develop independence, assertiveness, and courage in your relationships.

North Node Virgo “Comfort Zone”

Your “comfort zone” – Clues you are leaning into your South Node

  • Feeling addicted to people, substances, or like you are stuck in a rut.
  • Being vague and uncertain in communications.
  • Isolating yourself or feeling like you don’t fit in well with others. 
  • Having trouble focusing on details
  • Trouble setting boundaries between yourself and others. 
  • Lacking integrity or being unaccountable – not doing what you say you will do. Running away from responsibility.
  • Feeling generally unwell, either physically or mentally.
  • Overly focused on daydreams and self-pity.

Lean into your North Node this lifetime to bring success

  • You will recognize you’re in Leo energy when you feel a sense of “lightness”.
  • Paying attention to the details and not letting things slip through the cracks. 
  • Being clear in your communication.
  • Feeling healthy (mind, body and spirit) and serving others.
  • You’re able to set clear boundaries.
  • You feel grounded in your daily routines and you feel a sense of order in your life and home.
  • You move through life with a sense of integrity and responsibility.
  • People can trust you because you always do a thorough job.
  • Efficiency is a keyword for you.
  • You fit in well within your social groups.
  • Be detail-oriented and of service to others.

Disclaimer

  • It is important to note that interpretations of the North Node can vary among astrologers and different schools of astrology. Some astrologers also consider the aspects made by the North Node to other planets in the birth chart for additional insights into one’s path of growth.

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