This transit will play out in your relationship with your family of origin. It will bring you together to your mother in resolving serious issues. If mother figure was absent, whoever else was your caretaker will take some of your time and attention. You will feel restless where you live. You need to resolve this consciously, or you may feel haunted and emotionally blocked. Childhood traumas typically look to come out at this times and may be hard to channel and control. Professional psychological advice is recommended, because this period also coincides with some major recent change in life and an attempt to restart you life again.
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The fourth house relates to issues of home and domestic activities. The fourth house also involves parental relationships, and Pluto here can indicate a change in your relationship with your parents. Since Pluto inclines towards permanent changes, this could indicate termination of the relationship with a parent or parents—sometimes even a death. On the other hand, it could indicate a reconciliation or a reuniting with one or both parents. Some adopted children might find a natural parent or parents during this transit. Your domestic life may take a new and more permanent direction. It could change geographically, environmentally, or both. You could purchase a home during this time. Or it could just mean a significant change in lifestyle for your home base. One of the characteristics of Pluto’s influences is that changes must be for the good of all if you are to enjoy them—not just purely selfish in motivation. We should seek carefully for guidance and direction when contemplating Pluto changes. They are usually permanent, so it is best to know what we want before we make them under this planet’s influence.
This Interpretation of Pluto In Fourth House is from the Destiny & Decisions astrology report by Riley Goodwin