Moon in 6th House
Those with the Moon in the 6th house find that they are affected by their emotional states at work, and they often need to find security in their daily routines. The instinctive urge to function effectively, and live a healthy life, feeling useful to others, is likely to be a priority. Wherever the Moon is placed in our chart is where our feelings tend to fluctuate and when the lunar aspect of our personalty is placed in the 6th house of health, service and work these areas of life tend to change and we also find that our sense of well-being fluctuates depending on whether we feel our emotional needs are being met.
People with the Moon placed in the 6th house may find that they need to find work that fulfils them on an emotional level, and sometimes this means working in a domestic, caring and nurturing environment. They are likely to possess good grounded skills at work, and may show proficiency and skilfulness in food preparation, health and hygiene. The 6th house is also concerned with self-improvement, analytical introspection and craftsmanship.
Another common occurrence of this placement is having an interest in working with animals, and they may be drawn to charitable work some live at their place of work, or at least feel at home there. The Moon here needs to to be in a role of service where they can implement their practical skills to help make daily life run like clock-work. In fact, whatever they do everyday feels like second nature to them, and the individual seeks security in what is known, familiar, and predictable.
If the Moon receives difficult aspects there may be some stressful health conditions connected to daily life and the person may change jobs quite frequently. People at work may find them moody, unpredictable and irritable. Sometimes what they do everyday is linked to their moods, habits and needs.
They are also inclined to psychosomatic states and hypochondria, and they should be on the lookout for inherited family health problems which could present an issue for concern. For some, there is a concern with their body and nutrition and they tend to be quite sensitive and prone to digestive problems. Often the individual needs to be careful of diet since their emotional well-being fluctuates and the individual seeks comfort in food and alcohol.
Because the Moon rules family the individual may work with family members, or need to work with people who feel like family. They may help emotionally support those at work, and many times take on a mothering role, but they may also act like a baby on the job. Helping is something that comes naturally to them and their working style could be imaginative, adaptable and intuitive. They naturally pay attention to the details in their daily affairs, and routine, procedure and technique are important aspects at work, home and in their daily lives.
Moon in the 6th House
You have an emotional need to be useful, to work productively, to be organized and on top of things, and to lead a healthy life. If these matters are chaotic in your life, it’s a symptom of emotional unrest. You need a lot of variety on the job - to be stimulated and engaged in order to feel happy. Some of you might seem to change jobs often, forever in search of the "perfect fit" job.
Acceptance that any job requires some level of routine is hard for you. You are very sensitive, and especially aware of minor health annoyances or body aches and pains. Some of you have hypochondriac symptoms. Some attempt to get out of things they don’t want to do by emphasizing health problems or even exaggerate illnesses in order to gain sympathy. At your best, however, you’re a person who always helps out and shows your affection for others in practical ways in order to help them solve problems and improve their lives.
You have a sympathetic nature and instinctively reach out to people in need of help. You also have a deeply ingrained tendency to want to improve or "fix" other people’s lives, which can be annoying to the person who has no desire to be changed or "helped" in this way. For you, affection and caring must be expressed in tangible acts or service of some kind.