The sixth house is the house where things are fixed and done. It’s the house of solids, things that are tangible and that can be held, seen, factually verifiable yet often unheard and unrecognized. This is the house of body as a *machine*, the body as a *tool* to get things done. And sometimes that body or work breaks down and we need to repair and re-build and this is the house where we take care of that. The sixth house sets the stage for work to *begin*.