Neptune in Sagittarius
Worldly Sagittarius loves to be on the go, but dreamy Neptune can cause you to get stuck in plans without ever pulling the trigger.
Planning to see the world can be satisfying (and cost-effective), but don't forgo day-to-day responsibilities to get lost in the travel section. Even a day trip can broaden your horizons at this time! As you soak in all your surroundings, Neptune's murky side can make it hard to wrap your mind around everything you're learning. Take your time and be patient—this placement has a lot to teach you about balancing your idealism with real-world skills.
Neptune in Sagittarius: Significance & Meaning
Element And Modality: Fire & Mutable
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Neptune in Sagittarius Personality
When the planet of transcendence meets with such an exploratory sign, the result is an excess of free-spiritedness. Compared to its precursors, the Neptune in Sagittarius generation is a considerably less self-conscious one. Whether their beliefs fall in line with the status quo is of little consequence to them. Ultimately, these Neptune natives trek through life in pursuit of some ultimate truth or ideal upon which they can build their philosophies. For them, the ultimate truth is always just in reach, and they aren't particularly bothered by the length of the search.
Neptune in Sagittarius takes things as they come. Life is a vacation, and Sagittarius Neptune doesn't do schedules. These folks live from moment to moment constantly in pursuit of their next great adventure. Take their hands and experience life to its fullest!
Boredom is nearly an impossibility for Neptune in Sagittarius, particularly because they're always on the go. Travel—physically or philosophically—is the default state for these intrepid explorers. Throughout their impromptu adventures, Sagittarius Neptune is apt to pick up quite a few new and old ideas, so theirs is a knowledge that seems endless. Languages, religions, and even niche cultural practices are all the domain of those with their Neptune in the sign of the Archer.
This placement both attracts and brings the party. A sense of wonder permeates all of their undertakings. These are the individuals who "see heaven in a wildflower and eternity in an hour."
Neptune is boundless, and Jupiter is ever-expanding. Therefore, Neptune in Sagittarius has been known to tap dance over boundaries. "Should" and "could" mean nothing in the face of their so-called universal truths. Similarly, Sagittarius Neptune can become philosophically lost in the sauce and unwilling to hear others out.
The transcendental nature of Neptune paired with Sagittarius' magnetism can be a recipe for disaster. It's no wonder that the last Neptune in Sagittarius period during the 1970's saw the rise of cults. At their best, these natives' words can fill others with hope and faith, but they can just as easily be weaponized for their own benefit.
Sagittarius isn't what one would consider a practical sign, and Neptune certainly doesn't help in that regard. Realism doesn't figure prominently in their approach to life, so the dreams of this generation likely seemed strange to the ones that preceded them. Gone were the aspirations of climbing the corporate ladder. Instead, Neptune in Sagittarius found themselves wondering why the corporate ladder existed in the first place and whether it might be more interesting to climb a mountain or the steps of some ancient palace.
Sagittarius Neptune itches for adventure and an escape from the doldrums of day-to-day life, even at the expense of practicality. For them, life has little worth if it isn't in flux.