Where Pluto transits, we become aware of our individual insignificance and are called to align ourselves with something larger.
Pluto transiting the sixth house brings you face to face with life-or-death circumstances that consume your attention and daily routine.
Perhaps you take a job that requires you to respond to urgent and dramatic situations. It could be that someone very close to you struggles with a serious problem that requires your constant help and support. You might simply move to a place where, every day, you are re-minded of the fragility of life and the challenge of surviving in extreme environments.
Pluto's transits are the longest, and the changes they describe are the sort of major transformations that take many years to complete. By the time Pluto moves out of your sixth house, your daily life will look absolutely different than it did at the beginning of this transit.
To make sure you will like the finished product, do your best to be of optimal service to those around you and to the causes that mean the most to you. Perform good works without any expectation of reward. Be humble. Be honest. Be kind to others. Live a life that makes you proud.
This is a good time to eliminate unnecessary daily tasks.
Perhaps you take a job that requires you to respond to urgent and dramatic situations.
It could be that someone very close to you struggles with a serious problem that requires your constant help and support. 👉 Learn more
- Traditional name: House of Health
- Terrain: health, work, service, servants, coworkers, duties, habits, routines, chores, caretaking, pets and small animals, skills
- Shares common ground with: the sign of Virgo; the planets Mercury, Mars (traditional astrologers place Mars in its “joy” in the sixth house)
From year to year, the Sun passes through the solar return chart in a clockwise direction, falling into every third house for those people who remain in the same location. For example,
the Sun in the 1st house in this year's solar return will probably move up to the 10th house next year, assuming certain conditions: the individual must remain in the same location and this location should not be too far north or too far south in terms of latitude.