The Ego relates to...
The Relationship Signs: Leo, Virgo, Libra & Scorpio
Freud describes the ego as, the component of personality that has the purpose to ensure that the impulses of the id can be expressed in an acceptable manner for the society we live in. Like the relationship signs, the ego understands that we are not alone. Everything we do affects other people. We are all part of a society of people. We want to be able to function together in harmony. Therefore we need to gauge our behavior on how it will affect others. The relationship signs gauge their behavior on the reactions they receive from other people. They are the signs most concerned with human interactions. Rather than simply taking what they want from the world, they consider how their behavior will appear to others and modify their behavior based on the opinions of others. The relationship signs represent the teenage and young-adult phases of life when relationships are highlighted and often a focus. For these signs, self-esteem is largely based on their perceived likability. On a deeper level, it's based on their ability to successfully negotiate, compromise or control other people. The key factor is their need to serve their own needs through relationships.
The Super-Ego relates to...
The Universal Signs: Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius & Pisces
Freud describes the super-ego as, incorporating moral norms and values of the society we live in. Akin to the universal signs, the super-ego bases behavior on greater morals and values. Like the universal signs, the superego isn't concerned with personal needs, or with pleasing other people. It is concerned with doing what is ultimately, the correct thing. The universal signs are astrologically symbolic of adulthood, retirement, old age and finally death. They have symbolically learned the lessons of youth, so rather than taking what they want from the world or allowing the dynamics of relationships to steer their behavior, they filter their behavior through greater ideals. It isn't always pleasant for them. It requires self-restraint, and they don't always manage to live up to their own self-imposed standards. It is the burden and blessing of the wisdom of old age. Having an awareness of greater rights and wrongs can help you live a righteous life. But, it can also make you judgmental of others and it can be a constant internal struggle. With a superego conscious always whispering in their ear, the universal signs try to do what's right, but they also suffer with a depressed feeling of pointlessness and self-condemnation when they don't.