Eris in 12th House
The 12 Houses of astrology are symbolic of the all the departments that make up human life. The planets and zodiac signs will manifest themselves most strongly in the sphere of life represented by the House in which they fall on your chart. Houses are not "energies" like the elements or planets, nor do they color the expression of energies like the zodiac signs do. The houses are WHERE these energies are most likely to manifest. The houses are the fields of experience, not the experience themselves.
Eris in 12th House
Eris defines that aspect of ourselves that is at odds with the cultural norm. It’s the part that stands against what everyone does for the sake of living their truth.
People with Eris in the twelfth house of isolation, anxieties, ancestry, psychic powers, and connection to the 5D, have a powerful and prophetic vision that holds truth and wisdom needing to be communicated with the world.
This does not come easy however. They may have grown up in a very unhealthy home where parents were not able to be conscious and may have been riddled with self-sabotaging patterns. Growing up for this person involves a deep dive into Ancestry, Karma and universal suffering, in order to learn the themes of compassion and the ability to feel the other.
Alongside this there is the connection to the wisdom of higher realms through dreams and psychic knowing. They have a connection to source which allows them to trust their senses despite the traumas that may have been playing out around them.
With time they learn to see aspects of themselves in everyone, as they start to understand the make-up of humanity
Once they have mastered the battles within their psyche and have integrated their childhood traumas, they are then ready to become very powerful healers.
When natal Eris resides in your twelfth house, life will take you off the beaten track as a means of cultivating your compassion and spiritual healing capabilities.
This can be a very lonely path of isolation which is essential in order to understand the depths of your own soul and universal truths. This process involves the deconditioning of any unhealthy family roots, in order to fully connect to your higher truth and power.
This may mean exploring abandonment or rejection from your childhood as well as themes of not fully belonging.
You have a deep sense of compassion for others which can be strengthened through working in environments where deep suffering exists, such as mental institutions, prisons, orphanages and hospitals.