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South Node in 11th house, Aquarius or in aspect to Uranus   Leave a comment

 

Individuals with South Node in 11th house are used to feeling different, they may have had experiences growing up where they felt excluded, either from family or peer groups and sometimes both.  These individuals struggled to fit in, with family and friends they felt different or unwanted. They may have experienced the divorce of their parents or have abandonment issues.

This has a deep impact on their decision making processes that they often do not understand fully when they are younger, they often fear the close emotional intimacy that they need and make decisions that help them keep that emotional distance from others often at a subconscious level where their first instinct is to push people away or to run from emotional issues.  This is something that they may struggle with for a long time until they realise the consequences of doing so keep them from healing and can destroy relationships.  On a more positive note because of their own experiences they are likely to make decisions that reflect their understanding of what it is like to feel excluded and there choices reflect a desire for society to embrace everybody regardless of colour, gender or sexuality.

This feeling of being excluded had a huge impact on their self-esteem, only when they begin to embrace their North Node do they come to terms with consequences of their issues and embrace their needs to feel secure within themselves despite their earlier trauma.  These people are often very talented and only once they have begun to work on their issues, do they often have the confidence to reveal their gifts to the public.  As they begin to consciously work on not running away from emotional issues, the consequences of facing these fears soon open them up to a much richer emotional life in which they may feel much more relaxed and at peace than they ever had before.

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Posted June 14, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in Nodes, South Node

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