The 'balance-point' motif continues through Libra 6-10. try asking the question through all of the Libra Sabian symbols, "What is the focal/focus point?" This will guide your reflections and lead to many new discoveries.
Libra 6 "The ideals of a man abundantly crystallized", introduces the 'crystal' motif... facets of finely focus points of orientation. 'Abundant crystallization" suggets many facets somehow brought together into a harmonized whole. Think of crystal clusters much sought after by people with a fondness for crystals.
Crystal formation is highly structured yet ever appealing in presentation. Sounds like a multi-faceted Libra with a charming demeanour.
Libra 7: "A woman feeding chickens and protecting them from the hawks" points to a split awareness: one focus of nurturing and one focus scanning for danger. The archetype of parents watching over their children is exactly the same. Although the focus is split in Libra 7, it is still based on a fine balancing point. if a Libra 7 person is not secure , troubled somehow, the 'split' may agitate into paranoia. When secure, harmony of expression and manner is assured.
Libra 8, "A blazing fireplace in a deserted home" is one of the more peculiar Sabian symbols. I have noticed a high incidence of people who live alone, without an enduring relationship to warm the home. However, this may not be a bad thing. A fireplace blazes infrequently... usually only when first lit. To find a blazing fire in a deserted home seems unusual indeed. In and of itself, the fireplace is an archaic and powerful archetype. It suggests the centre of all things spirit and divine. When the fireplace is burning, it is irresistible for people to gaze into it. Calming, stilling, warming: the constructive and beneficial uses of fire are manifold.
So, what is a balzing fireplace doing in a deserted home? This suggests that a beautiful focussed spirit is present, available and accessible. The Libra 8 individual may well develop throughout life a warm glowing spiritual sensibility. It may indeed seem like there is no one to share it with, but in actuality, the sharing is between the individual and divine spirit.
Libra 9, Three old masters hanging in an art gallery" is a symbol the points, focusses upon, the hanging, the hook, the thing that grabs into something, someone, and hangs on. The not-so-positive side of this symbol lies in the way we commonly speak of hang-ups and things one just will not let go of, fascinations and the like. The positive side expresses an easy ability to gaze, to see, to penetrate to deeper beautiful realms. The focal issue is ever one of tension, versus free flow.
Libra 10, "A canoe approaching safety through dangerous waters" places a definite emphasis upon an unfolding dynamic that begins with rough waters and leads to safety. The key lies in keeping the focus... keeping the eye... on the goal ahead.