What’s Your Sign?
When someone asks this question, they’re usually referring to your Sun sign, which is based on your date of birth. But did you know you also have a Moon sign and a Rising sign (also, known as your Ascendant)? The combination of your Sun, Moon and Rising sign highlights your core and unique personality.
An Introduction to your Sun, Moon and Rising Sign
Your Sun sign is tied to your identity and represents the core aspects of your true self and how the world sees you. The Moon sign is tied to your inner world, feelings and emotions. It gives insight into how you process stimuli and then reflect your responses back to the world in your habits, reactions and behaviours.
Your Rising sign refers to how other people perceive you, your social personality and how you interact with the world. It often gives insight into your style and how you relate to other people.
To find your Rising sign, it’s extremely important to know your time of birth. This is because it reveals the zodiac sign on the eastern horizon when you took your first breath. This was when you became you and your soul entered your body.
Discover Your Sun, Moon and Rising Sign to get Accessories Tailored to Your Unique Personality
To find out your Moon and Rising signs, you will need to know your exact time and place of birth to generate your natal chart. Your natal chart is a snapshot of the position of the planets at the time of your birth. You can easily generate a free natal chart on a site like https://www.astro-seek.com/ to find out this information. You can then combine accessories that correlate to your Sun, Moon and Rising sign to carry the energies embodied by the colours that represent these signs.
If this all feels overwhelming, and you’d like us to help you through the process, simply get in touch. We can generate your natal chart for you. However, you will need to provide us with your time and place of birth to enable us to find out this information.
The Colours Associated With Each Sign
Whether you realise it or not, colour has a lot to do with the way that you feel on an emotional level. Each zodiac sign has certain colours strongly associated with it, which is tied to the personality traits commonly related to that sign. If you’re not drawn to the colours correlated to your Sun sign, then check out the colours connected to your Moon or Rising sign. These may resonate more on an energetic level with you.
If you love stacking bracelets, then you can wear a combination of your Sun, Moon and Rising sign bracelets, or all three together, if these are different. Explore our Zodiac Collection here.
Fancy diving deeper into your Sun, Moon and Rising Sign?
If you’re anything like me, you may be super intrigued by the information that’s presented in front of your eyes and feel inspired to dive deeper into the world of astrology and self-discovery.
Have you ever felt that the typical traits associated with your Sun sign don’t match your personality? You’re not alone, and there’s certainly no “one size fits all”. Our personality is a reflection of the unique combination of the planetary positions at the time of our birth. Therefore, looking at your Sun, Moon, and Rising sign together is a great start to help you get some astrological insight into your daily life and your personality.
You’re likely to find that the moon aspects of a sign are different from that sign’s sun aspects, which in turn are different from the rising aspects. A sign might have a fiery and emotional sun, but a cool and collected moon. There are hundreds of astrology sites on the internet and books that you can borrow from your library. Do some research around what these aspects all mean for you and see how they inform each other. How does your moon (your emotions) temper your sun (your core self)? How does the face you present to the world (rising sign) differ from your deep emotional self (moon sign)?
Diving deeper into your Sun, Moon and Rising sign is likely to give you a different perspective on who you are.
Symbolism of the Elements
Fire: passionate, courageous, enthusiastic, creative, impulsive
Earth: practical, stable, grounded, hard-working, pragmatic
Air: intellectual, communicative, innovative, objective, idealistic
Water: intuitive, emotional, compassionate, imaginative, sensitive