Spiritual Astrology by Jan Spiller and Karen McCoy has a Moon in Pisces description for a past life and it was quite amusing to read. It involved past lives spent in monasteries or convents or otherwise, shut away from society.
“These past life monastic experiences have lead to certain material dependencies that you feel are necessary to maintain your healing spiritual consciousness. You are used to having others take care of you, cook for you, and set your daily routine. In the monastery, for example, someone rang the gong, signaling when you should get up when you should go to church or temple, when you should eat, and so forth. Consequently, you have never developed self-discipline, which is a task for this lifetime, you are learning to accept responsibilities and to “ring your own gong”. You are used to living in a timeless reality, but in this lifetime you need to learn the practical value of infusing celestial reality into daily life by sticking to a routine and by paying attention to being on time. These factors can make your life strong and give you confidence in relating your spiritual consciousness effectively to daily living.”
Moon in Pisces is definitely a perpetual escapism from reality. Or, what I call “the boring, mundane chores of life” and the narrow confines of the world. Routine is absolutely necessary for body, mind and spirit, and everybody always needs to incorporate a more set routine into daily life, but for Lunar Pisceans, it’s really difficult to break old unconscious habits (Moon).
The zodiac sign of Pisces, th twelfth house, and the planet Neptune in astrology can easily lose touch with the physical world. The “daydreaming” folks can dream away the days as if time will wait for them to catch up. The dream state can feel like a timeless reality; we sleep for 6 or 8 hours and while asleep there is no concept of time. Other time-wasting Neptunians may descend into drug abuse or alcohol addictions. This is when people lose all sense of time by losing their physical senses, and in this state – time certainly seems to slip away. In Neptune’s world, there is no responsibility, no clock or boundaries.
Neptunians understand this dilemma all too well. Time itself seems to belong to Saturn because this god represents age, understands responsibilities, and knows limitations. Neptune is like an eternal dream state, and we fall into it.