Do you have a Moon in Aries? Here’s what it means in life, love, and more
Aries-Moon people are independent, action-oriented, and love a challenge, so when it comes to a partner, they need someone who can keep up (and give them enough attention).
As AstroTwins previously explained to mindbodygreen, Aries moons tend to fall quickly, but add a flame that burns twice as bright, burns twice as fast. These people can have many intense, short-term relationships, and it takes a special, exciting soul to connect them.
But once they’re committed, it’s a partner who’s full of passion (and potentially high sex drive, with hot Mars being Aries’ ruling planet). They will also enjoy trying new things, seeking adventure, and maintaining interest in long-term relationships so that they don’t get bored and the “spark” doesn’t die.
And speaking of the spark dying, don’t be surprised if you draw the ire of an Aries moon only to have them forget about it the next minute. As Pennington explains, “They may be quick to anger, but they’re also quick to stop being angry.”
In terms of compatibility, this Moon sign would probably work best with another Fire Moon, so these are your companions in Leo or Sagittarius, or another Moon in Aries. However, a complete look at both of your charts (aka “synastry”) is the best way to determine compatibility.