Moon in 6th House synastry is usually successful in relationships between employers and employees, especially when the partners collaborate on a regular basis. The personality of the Sixth House methodologically directs the personal activity of the “Lunar” personality while the latter continuously strives to improve the quality of life, as well as the personal and business qualities of the former.
Both partners pursue a healthy lifestyle which they promote at work and socially. They take the conservative values seriously and take great care of their housekeeping it clean, tidy, and pleasant in all respects.
All 6th House synastry aspects
from F. Sakoyan, L. Ecker
Moon in 6th House Synastry Explained
If a woman’s Moon is in the 6th House of her husband, their wedlock may start off as an ideal one as he works hard to provide her comfort while she takes good care of his health and needs. However, the Moon has a tendency to be greedy and turn caring for someone else into caring for itself, and under Moon in the 6th House synastry, this can lead to detrimental consequences. The husband will gradually become a slave to his wife and what she calls their family while that “family” may not include the husband himself as he is perceived as a bad servant who has to be kept on a short leash lest he becomes spoiled.
On the contrary, if the husband proves stronger than his wife, the situation could be reversed as he enslaves her completely, making her tend to his needs while his everyday “work” will consist mostly of taming her. This can become particularly ugly for a middle-aged housewife burdened with a large family, the weak Sun, the strong Moon and Saturn, and a sharp sense of responsibility for her family including her husband whom she may take for a spoiled child.
The challenge of the Moon in 6th House synastry is that both you and the partner feel that you have to work thinking about your partner’s needs and getting his or her care and support. But it’s difficult to place emphasis appropriately. Before an agreement is reached, both parties demand to be in the spotlight, but when they do agree, they’ll be tempted to put a wall between themselves and the rest of the world, which also becomes a problem: the couple’s egregor that guides them is always open into the larger world and expects the same from us.
from A. Podvodny