Synastry

Moon Square Lilith Synastry: Hypnotic Pull

The Moon in astrology symbolizes our inner world, emotions, instincts, and subconscious. It represents our emotional responses and the ways we seek comfort and security.

Lilith, on the other hand, is a bit more complex. Often referred to as the “dark moon” or the “shadow side,” Lilith signifies our repressed desires, hidden impulses, and the raw, untamed aspects of our personality that we may keep hidden from the world.

Disclaimer: Astrology suggests potentials and possibilities. I have 500+ synastry aspects in total, so you should check your whole synastry chart instead of one aspect within it.

1. The Chemistry

You may feel an intense connection with your partner when your Moon squares their Lilith in your synastry chart. This aspect can indicate a deep emotional and sexual attraction, but it can also bring up power struggles and volatility between you.

With the Moon ruling motherhood and Lilith representing raw feminine energy, this is often an indicator of strong feminine chemistry. However, Lilith’s disruptive nature can challenge the Moon’s need for comfort and security. Lilith is the Moon’s dark side, so your emotional authenticity and intimacy styles may clash at times.

2. Power Dynamics In Your Relationship

The Moon square Lilith synastry can point to issues with control and power dynamics in your relationship. You may struggle at times for dominance over the relationship or each other.

Lilith’s independent side may rebel against the Moon’s need to feel cared for and nurtured. Meanwhile, the Moon may try to restrain Lilith’s individualistic impulses, finding them overly chaotic or disruptive.

You or your partner may try to manipulate or provoke reactions from the other. Mind games, seduction, and jealousy can become tools for gaining power. You may feel like playing with fire but can’t seem to stop.

When your partner refuses to be possessed or controlled, you may feel deeply threatened. In response, you may try to dominate them even more. The more they resist, the more you cling. It’s a vicious cycle.

Overall, this is an underlying battle between your emotional needs and desire for closeness versus their need for independence and freedom in the relationship.

3. Intense Sexual Attraction

When your Moon squares your partner’s Lilith, the sexual chemistry between you is off the charts! The square is the aspect of intensity, so it intensifies the passion between you, but with a touch of emotional volatility.

In the bedroom, your emotional openness allows Lilith’s sexuality to fully emerge. This can lead to deep sexual bonding between you, but also turbulent passions.

The sex can be unusually raw, primal, and lustful when your Moon contacts your partner’s Lilith. The attraction is so compelling that it’s nearly magnetic. Yet it may also feel compulsive, as if you’re both “addicted” to each other.

4. Emotional Volatility

With the Moon square Lilith in synastry, you must deal with periodic emotional turmoil and unpredictability in your relationship. When something triggers your insecurities, you may become overly moody, sensitive, or clingy.

Meanwhile, your partner’s Lilith side could respond by distancing themselves or complaining about your emotional needs. This may worsen your anxiety, as they seem they do not truly listen.

Everything your partner says or does elicits intense reactions from you (and vice versa). Both of you need to resist the tendency to try to “control” the relationship when you both feel threatened.

Sometimes, the Moon square Lilith synastry can tilt the relationship in a mentally and emotionally unhealthy direction. You may sometimes feel actual madness in this person. Delusion, paranoia, and irritation can arise.

5. Need For Emotional Freedom

With the Moon square Lilith aspect, giving each other space is crucial. Lilith often needs a lot of room to be themselves. It may chafe against the Moon’s emotional expectations for closeness.

Meanwhile, you require the security of knowing your relationship is stable. Clinginess or attempting to control your partner can backfire badly, however.

The solution is letting your partner periodically detach as this can be their natural tendency, not an attempt to ignore or abandon you. You can ask them when they will be back when they go into “alone mode”. Then they will be drawn back into intimacy at their own pace.

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