What does Chiron in the seventh house mean?

There are 12 houses in astrology. We can learn about our influences at birth by looking at which house Chiron was in.

Each house defines an area of your life.

Since we’ve learned a bit about Chiron and what he represents (The Wounded Healer), we can look at which house he arrived in at your birth and get a good understanding of the area of your life that may contain your core wound.

This is the area that will come up for review at mid-life and your Chiron Return.

What have you done during the first half of your life to acknowledge and address this area of wounding?

What continues to be a block, issue or area of aggravation? What’s up for review?

It’s nothing personal, just Chiron pointing out where healing is still to be done.

Chiron in the seventh house.

Welcome to the house of partners and relationships.

The seventh house is where our focus begins to move away from ourselves and towards our partners.

Marriage lives here, or how we partner with others.

Take a look at your closest partnerships. Are they healthy, satisfying, fortified?

Is it time for some mid-life couples counselling?

Or, perhaps, time to visit your business partnerships.

What makes a healthy partnership? Are you stronger together?

What type of partners do you tend to attract, in both business and love? If you keep attracting partners who have qualities you dislike, it might be time to consider why you are attracting these qualities.

What makes a happy marriage or partnership with a significant other? Passion, intimacy, connection, understanding…all live here.

Why are you in the relationship you’re in? Your Chiron Return may have you taking a deep dive into your marriage and core partnerships.

It’s time to identify what makes a healthy partnership for you.

Talk to Chiron about it, though you may also wish to include Venus in that conversation. I believe she’s the expert.

Much love,


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