All about Neptune in Libra or in the 7th house
The zodiac sign and house of Neptune at your time of birth will reveal where your imagination reigns supreme. You’re likely to be more unstructured, spiritual and free-flowing in this part of life—but you might also have moments that you feel gripped by inexplicable fear. Since Neptune is associated with therapy and healing, the house it falls in can give clues about your inner work, as well as the ways you’ll give back to the world through charitable giving.
Through sometimes painful experiences, Neptune teaches you how to set boundaries. But first, it dissolves them, creating lessons in self-compassion and codependency alike. Does it all sound like a head trip? Yep, that’s fantasy-agent Neptune. Try to enjoy the pretty colors while you spin this cosmic kaleidoscope.
Your Natal Neptune or Neptune Sign
As the planet of unconditional love (and unconditional everything!), your Neptune sign shows where you may suspend logic. Here’s where you can dream as if anything were possible. Sometimes the visions are pure bliss; other times, they descend into nightmares. Limitlessness is the name of Neptune’s game. If romance requires a level of illusion, Neptune is the rose-tinted, soft-filter lens that lets us view the world in this way.
Confusion alert! You may find that your Neptune-ruled area of life is never fully defined—and maybe you prefer it that way. The rest of the world might have another opinion, however. At some point you may have to put more boundaries into this part of your world to keep relationships intact—or to avoid plunging into self-destructive habits or chasing after an illusion.
- Dreams: What do you fantasize about and what dreams inspire you daily?
- Healing: How you’ll process ancestral and childhood trauma
- Subconscious: From music to meditation, what moves you on a subconscious level?
- Boundaries: Where you’re fluid with boundaries—or where you feel hemmed in and stuck
- Illusion: Where you are gullible and naive or unable to see things for what they are
- Addiction: Where you struggle to say no or set limits, spiraling into self-destruction
- Sacrifice: Where you’ll give up too much for others and play the victim
- Glamor: Where you’ll create a magical spin that enchants the world
- Arts: What forms of creativity are you capable of?
- Compassion: Who you’re here to help and champion
Neptune is one of the outer planets, housed between Jupiter and Pluto. Because of its distance from the Sun, Neptune has a huge orbit to make. It takes 165 years to circle the Sun, spending an average of 15 years in each one of the zodiac signs. Every Neptune cycle shapes a generation, directing the music that moves us, the spiritual ideologies that resonate with mass culture and the way we live out our dreams.
What’s your Neptune sign?
Use our cosmic calculator to discover what zodiac sign and house Neptune was in when you were born. To accurately determine the house, you will need to know your birth time.
What if the zodiac sign and house are different?
This is common! Read both the sign and house description below. Do these interpretations pull you in two different directions? That’s not unusual. We human beings have range. Astrology is an interpretive dance, a tool which provides a fascinating layer of self-discovery. Do some “astro mixology.” Reflect on how you can work with both energies to enhance your life.
Find your Neptune Sign
Special positions of Neptune
Neptune turns retrograde for five months of every year, so it’s not unusual to be born with this planet in reverse. You may have to work harder to muscle through its lessons, but once you nail this planet’s energy, your additional effort may actually lead to a rock-solid mastery of working with Neptune in your life.
The planet’s home base, an easy flow if placed here in the chart
Opposite sign of home base, may need to work harder to integrate the planet’s energy if placed here in the chart
Exalted: Cancer or Leo
The planet’s most powerful position; indicates ease and added fortune with using the planet’s energy if placed here in the chart
Fall: Capricorn or Aquarius
Opposite sign to the exalted position, can indicate struggles with utilizing the planet’s energy if placed here in the chart
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Neptune in Libra or the 7th House
With fantasy agent Neptune in Libra, the partnership port, you’re hopelessly devoted to love.
Traits of Neptune in Libra
No matter how many times your heart breaks or your expectations get crushed, you won’t stop believing that your soulmate (or twin flame!) is out there, waiting to be discovered. Relationships ARE the path to healing for Neptune in Libra. At the same time, romance addiction can throw you off your game. Be careful WHO you wish for!
You’re the ultimate supporter, and you love to spoil your mate. In love and business partnerships, Neptune in Libra is a total idealist, willing to sacrifice everything for your dynamic duo. But you can also enable destructive behavior by going into denial (a Neptune pitfall) or constantly rushing in for the save. This may come from a childhood wound of having to play peacekeeper.
Although most people who were born with Neptune in Libra (1942-1957) were raised in a time when divorce was frowned upon, many opted into second marriages—or the single life—from the 1970s on, when modernizer Uranus swept through Libra and revolutionized relationships.
Neptune in Libra loves without limits
Since you love without limits, you can be prone to codependence or resentment—especially if you wake up and realize you’ve been giving to an unappreciative user. Learning to let people struggle in the name of growth is one of YOUR key lessons. Asking directly for support can also be hard, but some people with Neptune in this placement may flip to the opposite extreme and play the damsel or dude in distress.
Generally speaking, this Neptune in Libra position makes you magnetic and enchanting. When you turn on the charm, you’re a force of nature. You can sell anything, as long as you believe in it. With professional and creative partnerships, don’t be too casual. Once you align, be sure to define. Having clear roles and expectations is what keeps everything balanced.