Mercury represents our rational mind and is the planet of everyday expression and communication. It signifies our curiosity and what areas of life we find mentally appealing and stimulating. It analyzes and organises and defines the way we interact with others. Mercury in your chart reveals how you get your point across and in what style.
Mercury Sextile North NodeThe Moon's Nodes are related to the subconscious, the domain of the Moon. Thus, the South Node represents subconscious motivations that stem from the past and to which there is an inner inclination to cling although they may no longer be relevant or appropriate to the individual's situation and prospects, while the North Node represents conscious motivations relevant to the present and future, characterized by a desire for the unfoldment of appropriate changes in personal psychology.
A nodal connection to Mercury puts a strong emphasis on intellect, communication faculties, intelligence, rational logic and other Mercurial talents.
North Node sextile Mercury boosts the mental capacity and gives potential in areas calling for the use of the intellect. The higher powers have blessed you with previously untapped talents to communicate and to promote their bright ideas at just the right time to gain support and popularity.
In the past there may have been limited opportunities to go through learning processes or your communication might have been blocked. You may be a young soul and have a youthful quality. You can introduce fresh new ideas and establish new or modern ways of doing things. You can display wit and a versatile mind that is quick and adaptable. You can be progressive and innovative, frequently showing early potential.
You are likely to be popular, expressive and a good communicator. For this reason, you can be very useful in making ideas become accepted and agreed on by the masses with your manner of communicating. However, your line of thinking is often in line with the status quo and isn’t too controversial and in fact usually accepted. Be careful of getting swept up in popular ways of thinking that discourage progress. While endearingly inquisitive, you must learn to develop a more independent mind free of the input of others and social norms.