Chiron in 6th House
This shows your deepest wound residing in daily needs and health. You may be preoccupied with your own health and possibly even be a hypochondriac. You worry incessantly yet don’t do much to remedy it. Routine is difficult for you and you prefer to do things of your own accord, but you can easily tell others how to organize their own life and keep up with healthy habits. On the flip side, you may be too obsessed with keeping up with your own routine and become quite inflexible in the ways you work. You may wish you could relieve yourself of all the strict rules you place on yourself but feel you cannot risk it.
This placement can show health problems early on in life, or even throughout life, and this can lead to your worried state of mind. It can also lead to possible eating disorders and obsession over weight and health. The goal here is to allow yourself some freedom. It is to accept the way you are and make only necessary boundaries for yourself, and leave the rest up to your whims.
If you are one of the type that is opposite this explanation like I started this topic out with and you deny routine, try adding a little structure to your life here and there and you might find yourself benefiting from it. Relax, essentially, is the key word. Your physical wounding doesn’t need to add to emotional wounding. Free yourself of the worry and RELAX.
Chiron in the 6th House
Individuals with Chiron in the 6th house may have a parent or sibling with a disability or chronic illness. These individuals had to sacrifice their childhood in some cases to meet the needs of others. They often took care of parents and siblings, they had to put their emotional needs second to the needs of a sibling or parent. Often they grew up with a lack of attention and focus because of a sick sibling, or relative.
These individuals are aware of their responsibilities are care givers and nurturers. Their early childhood experiences mean that as parents they try not to place the burdens on their children that they endured ensuring that they have plenty of attention and fun. These people understand the strain and burden that carers are under and are supportive to the many people placed in this situation often they choose to work in an occupation that brings them into close contact with such people, where they provide support and empower those people to speak out and demand the support of authorities etc to improve their quality of life.