North Node Sextile MidheavenThe 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.
Since the midheaven or MC, is usually a very public place, those that have their North Node in a beneficial aspect to this axis are here to gain recognition within the working environment and get publicly noticed for some of the work and achievements that they will accomplish. The MC is relative to our interaction with the world at large and our place in it. It has been known as the axis of destiny and is often connected to public life, particularly when heavily activated in the birth chart.
With North Node sextile the Midheaven. You are able to further your public reputation and professional ambitions through your ability to harmonize with present social trends. You meet and gain the support of those in positions of importance. You're often in the right place at the right time. You may gain more power and responsibility than you can handle, but you're protected from ruin and disaster, even if heavily afflicted. You have heavy responsibilities in your domestic and family life. Your parents may be a burden. Your self-expression is limited by your domestic life.
Your karmic path is aligned with your ambitions, career path and position in society which allows you to achieve your ambitions with greater ease. You may have an important message or something great to teach society and humanity in general.
Often there is great progress made with your objectives and you will receive the recognition and public status that you are looking for, but not always for the best reasons. It is important that you try to make sure that they are working on behalf of others and serving the general interests of the public, rather than only to achieve success for your own personal gain.