These souls have been learning to serve society or individuals. They have been learning lessons of humility, self-doubt, discrimination, purification, and self-improvement. These qualities are developed through self-analysis. Virgo symbolizes how individuals in a society within a society learn to function in society. This means sometimes sacrificing own needs for the sake of the group needs. They are learning to develop the skills needed to serve others through work or a service of some kind. These souls have a laser mind, which leads to deep introspection. They often feel they must change into what is “right” in society and have a very high personal standard. Many have an unconscious memory of guilt or something that was not done “right.” Serving others is a way to atone for guilt and striving for perfection on an unconscious level. Some can feel as if they live in a constant state of crisis, crisis is needed for these souls to experience imperfections and flaws. These individuals can be very critical. They have a tendency to experience imperfections and flaws. These individuals can be very critical. They have a tendency to become a workaholic. This house also represents daily routines and health. These souls should take care of their physical bodies and boost their immune systems. This soul has developed habit of feeling inferior or being unequal in positions. The soul can default into thoughts of “I am not good enough.” Soul dwells in a sacrificial mode of serving others without being properly compensated.
Common characteristics with Pluto in the 6th house: Exaggerated politeness, keen analytical mind, self-effacing, willing to help others, shy or timid, extreme self-consciousness, always busy, crisis prone, and has good organization skills.
Famous people with Pluto in the 6th: Snoop Dogg, Sylvia Brown, George Washington, Rhianna