What happens when the Moon is placed in the 8th house in a Cancer sign?

According to the Vedic Astrology Moon is very auspicious and plays the pivotal role for all the living beings. Moon is very charming and beautiful planet and known for the calmness. When you are feeling upset or tired just watch the full moon this will greatly help you to rejuvenate your mind and body. This is the impact of the moon, because moon is closest to the earth and we can watch itself.

Moon in 8th house in any manner is not good. Let us understand logically why moon in 8th house is not good.

Moon resembles and the mind and the swings in moods all are controlled by moon it covers one zodiac in 2.5 days approximately and the important point to mention here moon is very fast that’s why we can’t remain in the same state of mind, because our mind I.e Moon continuously shifting from the good or bad Nakshatra, this all gives impact to the moon which is directly connected with our mind. So if anyone is sitting alone in any closed chamber or in a room without any interaction with anyone then the person will get bored/fed up or tired he will not tolerate the loneliness because our mind needs support and interaction.

So on the other hand moon is in the 8th house is just like an person captured and locked in the room without light, what will happen to that person !! We can understand..

8th house is considered as the funeral home and also known as house of deep underneath the earth or “Pataal” and moon is the planet of light and the presence of moon in 8th house is useless and unfavorable. Moon gives the results in 8th house like the same conditions in the funeral house feelings. Mind remains full of negativity or sadness.

Results may vary according to the PAC but the common results will be sadness, timid, aggressive,sadness,loss of confidence,fear in mind or sometimes suicidal tendency also reported in many cases.

I hope this answer will be helpful for you and other readers also.

Thanks

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