Aries – 1st House

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All astrological expressions represent a frequency of the overall one energy and awareness of such concepts and traits is one gateway to remembering this as all aspects of the Zodiac have the same potential to remember the underlying one true self. Happy Reading Readers πŸ™‚

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Mode: Cardinal (Initiating energy, getting-things-done energy)

Element: Fire (Dynamic, expressive, motion-oriented, easy to ignite/quick to exhaust)

House related: 1st House (The egoic self, forming an identity, what is ‘I’, transparent to world)

Planet related: Mars

What makes an ‘Arian’: Emphasis on planets in Aries (e.g. Moon/Mars in Aries), stellium of Aries (3 or 4 planets in Aries), Mars making strong contacts with personal planets (Sun conjunct Mars, Mars conjunct Moon and others), Aries rising/Mars conjunct Ascendant, emphasis of planets in the 1st house (of self).


Aries people (Mars strong in the chart, a focus on Aries planets)  are strong – strong-minded and thus usually quite robust physically. They have child-like temperaments which make them easily satisfied/excited and gives them an innocence which is so unique to Aries.

Aries/Arians are the least to be influenced by doubts, analysis and the outside opinion as their energy is primal, pure and reactive . This makes them easily motivated, rarely with doubt, and they hold little fear (which is a by-product of thoughts and past experience). If they do fear, they are the ones with the urge to overcome these feelings. Aries people are pure in their expression and are connected most to their own spirit, without thought or belief in such.

They crave challenges and situations that ignite their fighting self. They believe this is the right to being human, to being alive, that to deserve being here means you need fight and work to get where you want to be. This is what is natural and normal in regards to evolution, the fittest are the ones who survive.

They are not interested with articulation of details and elaborate feelings all that much, but rather are concerned with the rush of excitement that feeds their spirit, reminding them of their physical, alive and vital nature. They are nothing less than passionate at the very core and allowing them their expression of such keeps them in their element and keeps anger at bay (which are often repressed aspects of their fighter self).

Interests and motivations:

They are naturally competitive, so mixed in with their high energy, they don’t mind the wrestle or verbal tussle from time to time, extending to outright physical combat (even playfully). They don’t understand why others find this manner offensive as it is so innate to the human species, along with it being a form of honest expression. At the end of the day, they choose not to mind if others are off-put by the way they like to operate, its them being them, and that’s it.

They long for and anticipate romantic interactions or at least interactions where they can fully engage themselves, their raw primal selves. Their high-energy and ‘doing’ nature makes them active, always seeking an outlet – whether this be mentally or physically. If not in motion, they are quick to combust as they usually have no way of slowing themselves down. And even if they do slow themselves down, they are prone to fatigue/depression if or when they internalise such intense amounts of energy (this is not recommended).


Fast things


Entrepreneurial discussion/interviews/talks

Taking action


Quick chats/meeting

Fulfilling/fast-paced activities

Coming up with ideas/being the entrepreneur




Pompous/snobby ‘scholarly’ people

‘Sheep’/herd mentality

Too much quiet time

Boring situations/bland people

Too many rules or regulations

Having to remain silent/sit still

No exercise/physical activity

Having to think too much of others

Being at a desk

‘Airy-fairy’ – ness


Aries individuals usually have the strongest dispositions – physically and mentally speaking. Childhood plays a major factor in this though. If they perceive they are the most important ones in the family, they will eventuate this way with little doubt of their importance/abilities, however if they grow up with distanced parent/s or lack of nurturing, they may be reactive moreso to foods/allergens/situations and their combative nature may be more an internal issue.

They need to make sure to put themselves first (needs wise) to fully satisfy their core self, and then, they can help deliver to others. It is with Aries people that being too considerate of others (if other chart factors indicate they may lean this way), they may be prone to more extreme highs and lows, fatigue and depression from quietening/repressing such enormous energy that is meant for themselves to express first. Then afterwards, after satisfying and being honest with their desires/needs, they can be very generous, sociable characters with alot of life to share, making them more of an attribute to their family/community.


Imbalanced Aries/Arian

//all things showing energy is being blocked and/or internalised


Irritable (frequently)



Dull/lacking in energy or overall vitality

Frequent headaches/strained eyes


Skin conditions

Mean/offensive for sake of it

Balanced Aries/Arian

Constructive energy


Humorous, charming nature

Maintains physical outlets



Ready to help others

Strong appetite

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