The position of the Sun by house reveals an area of life where we need to feel special.
Sun in the 1st House
people with the Sun in first house identify strongly with the image they present to others. They make an impression on others and they know it. They are self-conscious. You often make a mark on the world, but need to avoid obsessing over what others think. They need to accept that they need to be a leader or an innovator. With the Sun’s energy in the First House, their personality drive will find expression mainly through personal issues related to self-image, physical appearance and personal interests. There may be some tendency to pride and insolence at times.
Sun in the 2nd House:
They take pride in what they own, and have a strong drive for security. They hate to let others down once they have made a promise. They must avoid over-identifying with what they have. They have to take pride in the solid and secure foundations that they build, as well as the lasting relationships they aim to maintain.Their personality drive will mainly be directed into the creation of personal wealth, with an emphasis on financial security. They have a strong desire for material possessions.
Sun in the 3rd House:
They need activity and a change , or they will feel restless. They take pride in their mental agility and friendships, able to adapt quite easily. There is a strong need to communicate their knowledge to others and to learn. They have to take pride in intellectual or communicative abilities without feeling the need to lord it over others. They get off to a fast start in life, and expect to be good at what they do. They see competency as primarily a matter of experience, They concentrate on communication and learning as self-picture develops.
Sun in the 4th House:
They invest much of pride and energy into their personal and private life, home and family. Privacy is very important to them. They are naturally protective to everyone. They have to avoid being defensive as they work to build a secure foundation for them and the people they love. They plan for the “long run” as part of their basic strategy in life. Their life improves with age because their real personality emerges more and more. Because you expect life to improve it generally does.
Sun in the 5th House:
They want to be noticed for their unique and special qualities and creativity. They are happiest when they are expressing themselves in a special way. They have a flair for drama and sports. They are proud of their fun-loving attitude towards life. They have to avoid grabbing center stage all of the time. Their personality drive may express themselves through adventurous and perhaps speculative ventures. An inner restlessness craves an outlet through social, romantic, and daring action. Children may play an important role in some way.
Sun in the 6th House:
The work that they do and the services that they offer are very important to their sense of identity. In order to feel good they need to be busy. They are sensitive to criticism about the work they do. They need to be careful not to over-identify with the appreciation they receive from others.Their vital forces may be drawn into some form of service that will bring deep personal satisfaction. Hard work and challenging situations are certainly indicated . They seek perfection and distinction . Crisis situations will develop, but they meet these with steady determination.
Sun in the 7th House:
They take pride in their ability to negotiate, and to establish harmony in relationships. It is important to them to have a partner because they feel incomplete without one. One of the lessons in their life may be to avoid putting harmony and others’ opinions of them above their own needs. They have to use social skills and seek out peaceful relations with others, but to try not to over-identify with their partnerships.They are interested in relationships, love to share. They must learn not to put their objectives aside just because of their compliant nature.
This astrological position suggests eventual success in marriage.
Sun in the 8th House:
They have a great urge to go farther or deeper into life every step of the way. They want to experience more. It is hard for them to find satisfaction in common experiences.They have magnetic power if they choose to use it wisely. They are attracted to unexplored or taboo areas of life.Their feelings run deep so there is a need for atonement with their inner self. They sometimes feel that they are destiny’s plaything and will try to discover hidden parts of themselves through investigating “the mysteries” or take an interest in occult or metaphysical studies. They need to be prepared to relinquish some part of their life so that they may experience a rebirth on a higher level.
Sun in the 9th House:
They have a deep need to understand the world around them. They have high ideals and their eye on what’s on the horizon, and at times can seem quite restless. They are proud of their knowledge and their moral. They have to avoid self-righteousness in their enthusiasm to share their knowledge. Their thirst for learning extends beyond the classroom. They have a flair for languages. One of their most admirable qualities is that, by touching the lives of others they will come to understand that all men are brothers, separated only by self-imposed restrictions.
Sun in the 10th House:
The urge to work toward a goal, for success and for power is part of their make-up. they have to recognize their ambitions and their need for authority without going overboard. They have to seek out a career that allows you to manage, rather than be managed. They have a great capacity to lead others and to excel as a professionals. They will have a brilliant career. In general they are competitive and authoritative. They often find an extraordinary partner with a good social position with whom to share their life.
Sun in the 11th House:
They are a humanitarian who aims to treat everyone as equals. They tend to be unique and original. Social status is less important to them than belonging to a group of diverse personalities. They have high hopes and goals, and tend to look at life in terms of opportunities. The friendships they establish are crucial to their development. If they identify too much with friendships they may become too impersonal and alienate those who would like to get close to you. They are everybody’s friends, but not always a friend to everybody. They adapt easily and fit into almost any group because you know how to get the most out of a situation.
Sun in the 12th House:
They have a tendency to be introspective and need some space to pull up your strength. They often avoid the spotlight, because their will is directed inwards. They have to honor to need to be alone with themselves , but to avoid over-identifying with inner world to the point that they truly feel alone in a crowd. If they seek counseling, they may become a counselor to help others avoid the pain of their experiences.