Keywords: Finances, Value, Possessions
The second house rules material possessions and is known as the house of values and assets, which includes money, real estate, and investments. Based on your value system, the second house reveals how you attract money and choose to spend it. Likewise, it can show how you repel money based on the beliefs you have around worth. The key to material stability lies in the second house, with accumulated assets often reflecting inner security and how a person feels about themself.