Lilith in 11th House
"I am an ally to others and to myself, embracing who I am as an individual, and believing that I deserve to be part of the whole."
- Working with others
- Having radical self-acceptance
- Being social
- Giving more to others
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.
Lilith in 11th House
Having Lilith in your 11th House influences your interactions within social networks. You may be seen as a Lilith figure within your circles, a destabilizing voice with dangerous ideas. This can lead to struggles in finding your place in social situations, feeling like an outsider and fearing rejection for expressing your views.
Your self-protective tendencies may make you extremely selective in your associations, treating people as disposable when they fall short of your ideals. However, this can also alienate your connections, leaving you feeling betrayed or rejected by their boundaries.
To navigate these challenges, it is important to learn the art of being an ally to others and yourself. Embrace your individuality and let go of the fear of condemnation from the collective. Believe that you deserve to be a part of the whole.
Black Moon Lilith represents a fierce and primal embodiment of divine feminine power. It is the side of ourselves that refuses to be tamed, fights for its rights, and owns its desires. Integrating these energies means expressing these parts of our personalities freely, mindfully, and purposefully.
Reflect on how you can embrace your uniqueness and convictions while also fostering genuine connections and acceptance within your social networks. How can you balance your individuality with the need for belonging?