What does it mean when the sun and Moon are square?

When Moon squares Sun in a Composite Chart it can bring feelings of confusion and uncertainty about the relationship. The couple may feel that they are misunderstood by their partner, and that they’re not getting the support or care they need. If this is the case, it’s important for them to talk openly and clearly about their feelings so that they can reach a mutual understanding.

The conjunction Moon square Sun composite brings adoring love but not necessarily a life-long commitment and it certainly doesn’t guarantee marriage or children. However, if you do have this conjunction in your Composite chart it is highly likely that you will experience many heartbreaks and hardships in life but it also makes it very easy to overcome them with perseverance, determination and a lot of work.

With this aspect you are able to share a very compassionate and understanding side to your partner’s short comings and weaknesses. It’s a good aspect for those who are sensitive to each other and like to cuddle! The sextile and trine act similarly to the conjunction but with less intensity. They are also wonderful aspects to see in a Composite chart, as they increase compassion and sensitivity but still allow the person to be their dominant self.

This is a powerful combination of two strong and confident people. Both have their own unique talents and skills and are able to give each other what they need in a loving and supportive way. This is a great aspect for those who are looking to find a lasting and fulfilling relationship.

If the composite Moon is in Virgo and the natal Moon is in Pisces, this indicates that the couple will have difficulty expressing their true essence. The Virgo person will have a hard time with the Pisces person’s dreamy and impractical approach to love. This can lead to a difficult start to the relationship and it’s important for them to communicate effectively so they can get on the same page about their expectations and goals for the partnership.

It’s important to check that there are VERY close conjunctions or oppositions (orb 3deg, the closer the better) between the Composite Moon and the natal personal planets or points (Ascendant, Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus or Mars) in the individual horoscopes. If there are none, it’s unlikely that the partnership will be long-lasting or have much meaning. In addition, you can also check the Composite nodal axis and if there are any significant planetary activity in a certain house (stellia), quadrant or hemisphere of the composite chart as well. Strong contacts denote a relationship that has impact and might be life-changing. Weak ones indicate a more mundane relationship.