Total Lunar Eclipse in Taurus: Accept Impermanence

On November 8, 06:01 AM ET, we experience a potent Full Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse at 15º59’ of Taurus. This lunation invites us to accept impermanence and welcome change into our lives, during a time of surprising shifts and sudden events that may force us out of our comfort zones before we feel ready for it.

The Total Lunar Eclipse in Taurus is the second Eclipse of the season. It culminates a lunar cycle that started two weeks ago with a Partial Solar Eclipse in Scorpio and a larger, six-month cycle that began on April 30, 2022, with a New Moon Solar Eclipse in Taurus.

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Full Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse in Taurus: Pivotal Moment of Maturation

 

Lunar Eclipses are supercharged Full Moons that happen when the Sun and the Moon oppose each other close to the Nodal Axis, the two points of intersection between the Ecliptic, the apparent path of the Sun from our perspective on Earth, and the Moon’s orbit.

When Full Moons coincide with Lunar Eclipses, they mark pivotal moments of maturation, culmination, and release. They bring things to a head and catalyze revelations, facilitating clarity and new understandings of something previously unclear or uncertain. These events represent a time when we reap the rewards of our efforts and see the results of the work we have been doing.

Lunar Eclipses happen when the Moon, the Sun, and the Earth align in a way that allows the shadow of the Earth to prevent sunlight from reaching the Moon. During the Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in Taurus, the shadow of the Earth will, gradually, completely cover the Moon: the whole process is lasting approximately five hours. This event will be visible from most of North America, Asia, and Australia, as well as from some parts of Europe and South America.

 

Total Lunar Eclipse in Taurus, conjunct the North Node: Opportunities for Redirection

 

The Lunar Nodes are points of destiny, fate, and karma that mark where Eclipses happen. During Eclipse seasons, when the luminaries align on the Nodes, there are high chances of experiencing unexpected turning points and sudden shifts in our lives, according to the areas of our chart that get activated by them. The Moon is currently on her North Node, while the Sun is on the South Node.

The North Node is associated with our evolutionary direction, with paths and ways of being that feel foreign and unfamiliar. It illustrates a way to balance existing tendencies and inclinations that keep us trapped in cycles of repetition. When Eclipses happen close to this point, they catalyze events and awakenings that redirect our path and guide us toward deeper alignment.

Eclipses always invite us to explore how to harmonize our relationship with the two opposing signs they activate. The current activation of Taurus and Scorpio encourages us to meditate on what stability represents for us, what comfort zones we have been indulging in for too long, in what areas of our lives we feel stagnant or blocked, when we unconsciously need to manipulate or control others to feel safe and secure, and in what areas of life we are resisting change the most.

 

Full Blood Moon conjunct Uranus: Shocking Separation from the Past

 

The presence of Uranus, tightly conjunct with the Moon and the North Node, is a potent indicator of exponential acceleration of change and disruption of our stability. Uranus is also referred to as “the Great Awakener” and its prominence maximizes the potential for unpredictable, sudden, shocking events, revelations, and discoveries, already high during Eclipse season. This lunation is likely to disrupt our stability in some unexpected way, propelling us into the unknown at the speed of light before we have a chance to think whether we are ready for it or not, without giving us much time to understand what happened.

Both Taurus and the Moon have to do with comfort, safety, security, and nurturance. The presence of Uranus conjunct with this Lunar Eclipse has the potential to catalyze the emergence of shocking truth and surprising revelations that can inspire us or force us to deconstruct the foundation we built our lives upon. The simultaneous oppositions of the Sun, Mercury, and Venus to Uranus mark drastic and sudden changes in our values, finances, relationships, thinking patterns, and sense of purpose.

These days, we may drastically shift our lifestyle as a result of radical changes in values and of a new awareness of how we can meet our primary needs without sacrificing our freedom, our individuality, and our authentic expression. We may experience events that generate abrupt separations from our past and from something that represents familiarity and comfort to us. This Lunar Eclipse conjunct Uranus invites us to explore how to gracefully let go of attachments that are preventing us from growing.

 

Sun, Mercury, Venus, Moon, & Uranus square Saturn: Massive Collective Shifts

 

The Moon and Uranus oppose the Sun, Mercury, and Venus, all in Scorpio and conjunct the South Node. All these planets are squaring Saturn in Aquarius, activating the Saturn-Uranus square, the long-term aspect we have been talking about since 2021. We could say that this Lunar Eclipse is marking the culmination of a process that started when Saturn and Uranus began aspecting each other. Key world events that deeply affect global politics and socio-economic factors are likely to take place. These may influence our relationship with the Earth and with Nature, for instance by affecting food production and distribution, as well as the availability and price of energy and natural resources.

This Lunar Eclipse will bring massive changes in our collective values, perceptions, structures, and lifestyles. We will clearly feel the tension between the pull of the old and the known and our urge to break free from it and explore new solutions, experiences, and ways of being.

On a personal level, the important activation of Saturn suggests a high degree of inner restraint, feelings of limitation and tension, and a need to remain in control to feel safe. It can also correlate to the emergence of paralyzing fears and insecurities arising right when we have opportunities to be fully seen, allow ourselves to be vulnerable, and open our hearts to let love in.

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Venus conjunct South Node: Repeating Old Patterns to Alchemize them

 

Venus is the planetary ruler of Taurus, and she rules both the Lunar Eclipse and the North Node. The Goddess of Love is highly aspected on this lunation, underlying and maximizing the emphasis on the shift in relationship models, financial paradigms, and values that has been taking place.

Venus is now in Scorpio and conjunct with the South Node of the Moon. The presence of the North Node ruler on the Lunar South Node indicates that we need to solve, integrate, and gain awareness of something related to the past before we can move forward. This aspect suggests that repetition may still be necessary to fully alchemize a pattern. 

Around this time, pay attention to triggers coming up for you that generate a feeling of familiarity or dejavù. Try to identify past situations these triggers could be linked to, and ask yourself when was the very first time you felt that way, when was the last time you felt that way, and what subconscious beliefs and assumptions might have resulted from and have been reinforced by our experiences.

 

Full Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse in Taurus: Liminality of Transitions

 

As the Total Lunar Eclipse takes place, Mars is retrograde in Gemini and is forming a quincunx aspect to Pluto in Capricorn. This alignment underlines the fact that we are at a pivotal point in our evolutionary journey: the quincunx is an aspect of crisis that brings up the urgent need for adjustments. These days, we may have to acknowledge how desires and urges that are hard to reconcile are generating compulsive and obsessive behaviors that drain our energy and disempower us.

This Lunar Eclipse in Taurus is bringing many questions to the forefront, for all of us, and it is reminding us that this is a time to make radically different choices. How can we release the past with grace? Can we let go of what is no longer aligned with our values without needing to demonize it or destroy it? How can we allow our relationships to organically transition into a different form?

These could be some of the questions we contemplate these days, as we reflect on and renew our relationship with change and with the loss that is inevitable and inherent in all transformational processes. The planets and the South Node in Scorpio remind us of the value of being intentional in grieving what we are leaving behind, what gets taken away from us, and what is no longer sustainable or nourishing.

The Taurus North Node underlines the importance of allowing enough time for new ideas, visions, and desires to emerge from emptiness. This Eclipse is an opportunity to notice how we instinctively try to fill the void that is left when we transition from one chapter of our lives to the next one. It is an invitation to give ourselves permission to simply be and relax in the space of liminality inherent in transitions.

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Full Moon in Aries: Power of Vulnerability – October 2022

On October 9, 4:54 PM ET, we experience a Full Moon at 16º32’ of Aries: this lunation, happening while the Moon is conjunct Chiron, brings to maturation a chapter of our healing journey and reminds us of the power of vulnerability. 

Full Moons are a time of maturation, release, and closure: they represent a moment to reap the fruits of our work and witness the results of our efforts. At this time of the month, the Moon opposes the Sun, aligning to the same degree of the opposite Zodiac sign. The light of the Sun offers us a glimpse of our inner world, clarifying something previously unclear or uncertain. Full Moons bring revelations and new understandings, and begin the second half of the lunar cycle, a time to let go of our efforts and our intentions and slow down the rhythm of our lives.

This cosmic event represents the peak point of the lunar cycle that started with the Libra New Moon we experienced two weeks ago, on September 25. It is also bringing to maturation a longer cycle that began with the Aries New Moon that took place six months ago, on April 1, 2022, which was also conjunct Chiron.

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Full Moon in Aries: Exploring Interdependence

 

Aries is the first sign of the Zodiac, the pioneer, the firestarter, the one who begins spontaneous journeys and opens new paths and directions without any guidance but the pull of instinct. When the Moon is here, emotions are quick to come and quick to go, reactivity is higher than usual, and a tendency to make decisions impulsively, following the ebbs and flows of our emotional waves, is often present.

The Aries Full Moon comes during the yearly journey of the Sun through the sign of the Scales. Libra season directs our focus and our awareness on our way to navigate one-to-one connections and all relationship dynamics. The transit of the Sun through Libra increases our attunement to the needs and desires of others and our awareness of what is needed to maintain conditions of peace in our environment. This lunation brings the spotlight very clearly on the relationship axis, inviting us to redirect our attention back to ourselves, our needs, and our desires amid the socially busy Libra season.

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The Aries Full Moon is bringing up the necessity to explore interdependence, finding more harmony between our urge to follow our impulses, needs, and desires and our willingness to nurture and cultivate our relationships with other people. It invites us to explore our connection with our anger, with our primal impulses, with the strength of our raw desires, and brings to our attention disempowering beliefs and assumptions relative to the power of our will and our assertion.

 

Full Moon conjunct Chiron: Power of Vulnerability

 

The Full Moon in Aries peaks as the Moon is conjunct with Chiron and while they both oppose the Sun and Venus in Libra. Chiron is a celestial body placed between Saturn and Uranus, mythologically associated with the figure of the wounded healer and teacher. In Astrology, Chiron is connected with our healing journey and has a key role in our individuation, particularly in those evolutionary processes that are born out of navigating grief and rejection from a place of openness and surrender. 

The Aries Full Moon conjunct Chiron is maximizing our sensitivity, both emotional and energetic, while illuminating wounds that aren’t fully healed. This Full Moon is revealing to us something we are being encouraged to address, inviting us to progress on our healing journey and take full responsibility for our healing.

The Moon-Chiron conjunction is likely to feel very intense emotionally, and it will shine a light on something we can no longer postpone addressing. As this alignment is happening in Aries, it is likely to highlight wounds and insecurities surrounding our strength, resiliency, leadership skills, power, confidence, and assertiveness. This Chiron-Moon conjunction in the sign of the Warrior reminds us of the power of vulnerability and challenges us to remain open even when it feels like the hardest thing we could do.

 

Full Moon opposite Venus: Conflict as Learning Opportunity

 

Chiron and the Moon are opposing Venus and the Sun in Libra. This configuration is offering us chances to gain awareness of how our wounds and insecurities are affecting our relationships and the way we show up for others. It is pointing at disempowering beliefs about our self-worth and self-value that are influencing how we experience connections, diminishing our capacity to fully receive and let in love, affection, and care.

This is a time to reflect on who we are in relation to others, and on what we need to feel free to express ourselves authentically, without compromising our needs and desires, while remaining open and available for the people in our lives. We have opportunities to explore how to establish a healthy interdependence within our connections, avoiding the extremes of enmeshed codependency and detached independence.

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Libra rules peace while Aries rules war. These days, we have an opportunity to reflect on our relationship with harmony and our relationship with conflict while exploring the link between conflict and intimacy. The current lunation is inviting us to discover how we can achieve a deeper, more authentic sense of peace in our lives: at this particular time, this may require confronting something or someone, cutting cords, or setting new boundaries and limits within our relationships.

 

Mars square Neptune: Confused Desires

 

The planetary ruler of the Aries Full Moon is Mars: analyzing the condition of the Red Planet gives us more information about how this Full Moon is manifesting and unfolding. Mars is in Gemini, where he remains until March 2023, as he is going to station retrograde in the sign on October 30. 

Mars is currently in a square aspect to Neptune in Pisces, which is another indicator of increased empathy, sensitivity, emotionality, and awareness of collective experiences. This alignment can correspond to feelings of not knowing how or when to act, and a sense of confusion relative to our desires and goals. These days, we may feel inclined to disperse our energy in too many directions, which is emphasized by the fact that the square is happening in Mutable signs. An inclination to avoid challenges and confrontations may be present around this time. We may find it hard to act on our desires and take responsibility for them, and it may be more challenging than usual to express and channel our anger constructively. 

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Mars trine Saturn & Mars square Mercury

 

Nonetheless, we are also experiencing a beneficial Mars-Saturn trine, which helps counterbalance the tendencies associated with the Mars-Neptune square. This alignment supports our productivity, promoting more grounded and practical action as well as a goal-oriented approach to decision-making. Saturn inspires us to bring our ideas down to earth, prioritize intelligently, and align our choices and the way we invest our energy with our long-term desires, values, and visions.

It is also relevant to consider that Mars in Gemini has been squaring Mercury in Virgo for a while, as Mercury has recently stationed direct. This square reminds us to be mindful of not being excessively combative in our communications, emphasizing a tendency already underlined by Mars’ transit through the sign of the Twins. On this Full Moon, it is advised to take care of how we are asserting our ideas, beliefs, and opinions, and to keep into consideration the impact of the way we word our sentences. Mercury is still opposing Neptune, which points to possible confusion and misunderstandings, and offers us an invitation to attune to intuitive and subtle perceptions instead of solely relying on logic.

 

Full Moon in Aries: Focus on Healing, Evolving, and Transforming

 

The Aries Full Moon encourages us to explore ways to be in relationships that promote our individual growth and unfolding and let go of ways of relating that aren’t supportive of our personal empowerment and evolutionary development. It is an invitation to trust our capacity to form and maintain authentic connections, and reminds us that genuine relationships don’t require us to abandon ourselves, our needs, and our desires in order to exist. 

This lunation encourages us to attune to a dynamic balance between the energy we invest into “me” and the energy we invest into “us”. This is a central theme of the Aries Full Moon, which brings the spotlight on any imbalances, extremes, and misalignments in our relationship with ourselves and our relationships with others.

Meanwhile, Pluto is very powerful as it is stationary direct in Capricorn, an event likely to mark a shift and a turning point in our awareness. Together with the activation of Chiron, it indicates a powerful focus on healing, evolving, and transforming, while underlining the need to keep our hearts open and remain present with the feelings and emotions that arise.

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Harvest Full Moon in Pisces: Faith in Life’s Unfolding

On Sep 10, 05:58 AM ET, we experience a Full Moon in Pisces, happening while Mercury is stationary retrograde in Libra. The Full Moon is conjunct Neptune, the modern ruler of Pisces: this lunation invites us to open our hearts to Life and cultivate full trust and faith in its unfolding.

The current Full Moon is the closest one to the Fall Equinox and, for this reason, it is popularly referred to as the Harvest Moon. For millennia, this lunation has represented a time of celebration of our efforts and communion with the land. In the past, in the Northern Hemisphere of the globe, this Full Moon marked the culmination of a season of work and was an indicator of the time of harvest, as it allowed people to have additional hours of light at night to reap the crops. 

 

Harvest Full Moon in Pisces: Order & Chaos, Structure & Flow

 

The current Full Moon culminates a chapter that began six months ago, on March 2, with the New Moon in Pisces conjunct with her ancient ruler, Jupiter. We are also at the maturation point of the lunar cycle that started two weeks ago, with the New Moon in Virgo. From now on, the Moon is going to receive less and less light each night, inviting us to slowly let go of our original intentions as the lunar month comes to an end.

Full Moons are times of release, conclusion, and closure. Since Pisces is the last sign of the Zodiac, the feeling of closure and culmination is even stronger. Full Moons take place when the Moon aligns with the Sun at a 180º angle, technically known as opposition, and the Earth is between them. The Sun and the Moon are transiting in opposite Zodiac signs, emphasizing the need to find a balance between two complementary polarities. 

Right now, the spotlight is on the Virgo-Pisces axis, the axis of service, healing, devotion, and mindfulness. The Virgo-Pisces polarity invites us to find order in chaos and balance structure and flow. While Virgo is about fully honoring our humanness, inhabiting our bodies and the mundane reality we are experiencing daily, Pisces corresponds to the impulse to transcend our human experience and connect with something beyond our separate selves. The activation of the Virgo-Pisces axis invites us to remain mindful and respect the inherent sacredness of everything.

 

Full Moon conjunct Neptune: Mystical, Transcendental, & Otherworldly

 

The Harvest Full Moon is conjunct Neptune, the modern planetary ruler of Pisces. This adds a strong transcendental, mystical, and otherworldly feeling to this lunation. Neptune and Pisces are connected to the last evolutionary stage of the Zodiac, which is about the dissolution of boundaries and of the separate sense of self that was formed during the previous eleven signs. Neptune is currently in retrograde motion, which increases the introspective, reflective, and contemplative qualities of this Full Moon.

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While our inclination to fantasize and daydream is likely to increase, this Full Moon may also mark a time to release our attachment to something that isn’t True. It could offer us opportunities to become aware of Truth and uncover illusions we have been relying upon. These days, we may have chances to let go of naivety and get to access a deeper level of awareness, acceptance, and trust in Life. 

 

Letting Go of the Need to Define Ourselves

 

The conjunction of Neptune and the Full Moon in Pisces magnifies our empathy, our intuition, and our sensitivity. Neptune and Pisces rule dreams, sleep, and circadian rhythms, linked to the production of melatonin by the pineal gland. For this reason, this lunation is likely to enhance our dream life, which could be especially vivid and full of symbolism, while increasing our capacity to access meditative and flow states.

The Sun-Neptune opposition is going to be exact on September 16, and we will keep feeling it for the entire week ahead. This aspect could bring a feeling of dissolution of an old identity, sense of self, or sense of purpose. On the one hand, we could feel a bit lost, as we may feel emptiness, lack of motivation, and an unexplainable urge to let go of something without knowing what comes next. On the other hand, we could experience a sense of freedom and joy, as we let go of the need to define ourselves or know our path in detail and simply allow ourselves to be and walk the path that unfolds in front of us.

 

Full Moon sextile Uranus & square Mars: Need for Excitement

 

Both Uranus and Mars are in aspect to the Full Moon, adding a more proactive and action-oriented quality to the receptive, sensitive, and empathic Piscean and Neptunian energy. These alignments increase our need for change, stimulation, experimentation, and movement.

Uranus is in Taurus, in a trine to the Sun, and in a sextile to the Moon. These are both harmonic aspects that are facilitating change, giving us the courage to make different choices, to choose differently, stand out from the crowd, and explore beyond our habitual social networks. The activation of Uranus will catalyze innovation and creativity, indicating a desire to embrace new ways of being and honor our individuality.

Mars is in Gemini, squaring both the Sun in Virgo and the Moon in Pisces. These alignments add a passionate quality to this lunation, increasing our determination and our willingness to fight for what we desire. Taking time to notice our triggers without immediately reacting to them is advised, as impulsivity is likely to be present these days.

To help you harness this energy Full Moon in Pisces brings we have created Full Moon printable channeled “Faith in Life’s Unfolding” journal and guided meditation audio. We invite you to use these Full Moon in Pisces tools: journal and meditate together with Moon Omens Soul Family. Tap here to learn more and gain access to ritual tools.

Mercury retrograde in Libra: Reassessing Communications in Relationships 

 

Just a few hours before the Full Moon, Mercury has stationed retrograde at 8º55’ Libra, beginning its third retrograde cycle of 2022. This transit, lasting until October 2, is an opportunity to reevaluate, renew, review, and reassess our way to communicate with others, as well as our way of thinking and perceiving relationships. Mercury retrograde in Libra invites us to refine our awareness of communication dynamics, reflect on how we habitually approach confrontations, discussions, and conflicts, and question our way to show up in relationships, our values, our needs, and the expectations we may place on others.

Mercury comes back to Virgo on September 23. This shift represents a chance for us to establish adjustments in our daily life and work, reorganize our routines, and reassess our standards and priorities. Mercury retrograde in Virgo invites us to reflect on our healing journey, rethink our concept of wellness, and redefine the way we perceive and care for our health. It will give us chances to self-correct, if needed, and come back to alignment, with deeper discernment and awareness.

Mercury is stationary while in opposition to retrograde Jupiter in Aries, the ancient ruler of Pisces, and in a trine to Mars in Gemini. The Mercury-Jupiter opposition invites us to be mindful of the difference between opinions and truth, facts and beliefs. It increases our capacity to communicate in a charismatic manner, but also the tendency to exaggerate and misrepresent facts. The Mercury-Mars trine supports assertiveness and clarity in our communications, it inspires us to speak our truth confidently and directly and offers us chances to empower ourselves through written and spoken word.

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Harvest Full Moon in Pisces: Building Bridges Between Physical and Spiritual

 

This Full Moon magnifies our sensitivity, our empathy, and our awareness of what is taking place around us, as both Neptune and Pisces correlate with the invisible threads that link us all, with the collective emotional body, with the collective unconscious, and with all mass phenomena. For this reason, what is happening to other people and in the world may affect us particularly intensely, and we may not even realize it. These days, distinguishing our feelings from other people’s feelings or the collective frequency may be challenging, and we may experience sensations and emotions that seemingly have no clear cause. A sense of confusion could arise and disorientation may result from it.

The activation of the Virgo-Pisces axis encourages us to build bridges between the physical and the spiritual. The Full Harvest Moon in Pisces is an invitation to remember how our physical body represents a doorway to a deeper sensitivity and an expanded awareness, when we ground ourselves firmly and honor our body’s needs. This lunation invites us to find harmony between flow and organization, surrender and discipline, intuition and logic. The Pisces Full Moon conjunct Neptune inspires us to focus on being and not only on doing, represents an opportunity to integrate more awareness into our daily lives, and reminds us to make time for more conscious moments of stillness.

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Super Full Moon in Capricorn: Time of Maturation

On July 13, 2:37 PM ET, we experience a Super Full Moon at 21º20’ of Capricorn: this lunation marks a time of maturation, which requires us to step more fully into our personal authority. As a Full Super Moon, she appears bigger and brighter and her gravitational pull is stronger than usual. This cosmic event is going to be felt powerfully, as the Moon is conjunct Pluto and very close to the Earth. 

Full Moons bring revelations, clarity, and culminations: as the Moon opposes the Sun, we get glimpses of our subconscious world. These cosmic events represent the maturation point of the lunar cycle, a moment of blossoming, when the intentions we set on the New Moon get fully expressed and externalized. From now on, we are invited to share the results of our work with others, communicate what we have learned, and slowly let go of our original intentions as the Moon gets less and less light each night.

The Full Moon of July is also referred to as the Buck Moon, as in the Northern hemisphere bucks grow new antlers around this time of the year. Bucks embody qualities of strength, determination, and courage. This event, a reminder of life’s cyclical nature, has been long considered a symbol of rebirth and regeneration.

 

Super Full Moon in Capricorn: Maturation and Emotional Adulthood

 

When the Moon is in Capricorn, overt emotional displays tend to be avoided, and asking for what we need can be hard. A tendency to repress the natural flow of emotions can be present, as well as an inclination towards states of melancholy, sadness, and pessimism. Qualities of this combination of energies are inner fortitude, determination, and a capacity to wholeheartedly commit to what we care about.

The Moon in Capricorn is traditionally considered a debilitated placement, as the Moon is at home in the opposite sign of Cancer: she needs the warmth, softness, and receptivity that this sign offers. A Saturn-ruled Moon may have trouble expressing these qualities: the Moon in Capricorn is emotionally self-sufficient and reserved. The tendency is to deal autonomously with difficult feelings, without showing outwardly what is happening inwardly, even if our sensitivity and emotional pain are high. 

These days, our relationship with the concept of security and our capacity to effectively self-regulate, without repressing our emotions, will be in the spotlight. This Super Full Moon in the sign of the Sea-Goat is an invitation to get clear about the responsibilities we are willing to take and improve our ability to be a supportive authority figure for our inner child. If we realize we are unable to self-regulate effectively and we rely on something or someone external for that, we may become aware of those ways we try to generate a feeling of security by trying to control our outer reality without addressing the internal one.

 

Full Moon conjunct Pluto: Intense, Visceral, Raw Emotions

 

This Super Full Moon is conjunct with Pluto. In Astrology, Pluto is the force of evolution, the planet of metamorphosis, empowerment, death and resurrection. Pluto has been in Capricorn since 2008, deeply transforming ourselves and society, calling for profound deconditioning while destroying structures, hierarchies, and systems based on unnatural standards.

When the Moon joins Pluto, our emotions get more intense, raw, and visceral. We may feel conflicted about the true strength of our feelings and try to hide their real depth, to avoid being seen as vulnerable, weak, or needy, and to minimize the risks of being hurt or taken advantage of by others. Emotional expectations and manipulative tendencies can emerge as an indirect way to generate a sense of safety.

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Moon-Pluto aspects magnify our intuitive and perceptive skills and sharpen our capacity to understand the true motives and intentions of both ourselves and others. These alignments inspire us to look deeper inside ourselves, let go of attachments based on enmeshment or codependence, and connect with our intensity in a way that isn’t destructive. This Full Moon-Pluto conjunction in Capricorn is a time to empower ourselves by letting go of structures and commitments that aren’t built on a solid, healthy, and truthful foundation. A need to feel in control is likely to be present these days, since the Sun and Pluto are going to be in opposition for the entire week ahead, indicating chances of power struggles and the potential for big shifts in our sense of purpose.

 

Full Moon and Pluto opposite Mercury: Deepening of Perception

 

Mercury is also in Cancer, conjunct Black Moon Lilith and the Sun, and opposite Pluto. On the one hand, the Moon-Mercury opposition indicates a polarization between rationality and feelings: it may be hard to reconcile emotion and logic these days. On the other hand, Mercury-Pluto aspects inspire an investigative, sharp mental focus and a desire to dive deep into the psychology behind everything we see. Our perception of life may get darker as we gain more awareness of its shadows. 

The activation of Pluto and Black Moon Lilith in the current configuration highlights the importance of speaking truthfully, and that may mean delivering hard, raw truths without any sugar coating. The revelation of secrets and information previously hidden is likely, both on the world stage and in our personal lives. Something about our past, our family, or our childhood could come up, and it could help us better understand our present and our emotional nature.

 

Full Moon square Chiron & trine Uranus: Going Further in our Individuation

 

Sun and Moon are in a square aspect to Chiron in Aries. Chiron, in Astrology, has a central role in our healing journey and individuation process. Chiron is placed in between Saturn and Uranus, between the planet of conditioning and the planet of deconditioning: for this reason, it represents an energy we are meant to integrate to transition from one to the other. Associated with the figure of the wounded healer, it correlates with wounds surrounding rejection, abandonment, and feeling left out. Chiron is a bridge between two realms and reminds us of how fully embracing who we are and letting go of any fear of rejection, is key to healing and personal freedom.

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Sun and Moon square Chiron call for adjustments relative to how we are approaching our healing journey and highlight the importance of fully processing past pain. The T-square configuration we are experiencing highlights the importance of reaching out to others when we feel we are at a point of stagnation, when we can’t help ourselves any longer and need outside help.

The Moon and the Sun are also, respectively, trine and sextile to Uranus in Taurus. These aspects facilitate individuation, inspiring us to embrace our originality, our weirdness, and our full expression, encouraging us to take creative risks and follow our unique visions despite what others may think or say. 

 

Venus square Neptune & trine Saturn: Constructive Use of Fantasy and Creativity

 

On this Full Moon, Venus in Gemini is in a square to Neptune in Pisces and a trine to Saturn in Aquarius, the planetary ruler of the Capricorn Moon. Venus square Neptune is a highly creative and artistic aspect, yet it underlines the need of being more pragmatic and discerning about those we allow into our lives. This alignment suggests a tendency to fall for others’ potential, fail to acknowledge where they are at right now and create relationships based on projection, fantasy, and expectations.

The Venus-Saturn trine indicates a need for commitment and consistency in our connections. This aspect increases our desire to cultivate trusted bonds with intellectually stimulating and reliable people. It inspires us to consciously channel our fantasy and structure our creative efforts. Venus trine Saturn supports discernment, practicality, and wise financial management, counterbalancing the influence of the Venus-Neptune square.

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Super Full Moon in Capricorn: Taking our Lives into our Hands

 

As the Full Moon takes place, Saturn is in retrograde motion and squaring Uranus and the Lunar Nodes. The Saturn-Uranus square we experienced for the entire 2021 is activated again as Saturn is retrograde and getting closer to Uranus. This aspect emphasizes the tension between the old and the new, between those wanting to maintain the existing system and those wanting change, and highlights the resistance that arises inwardly and outwardly when we move away from the known. The Saturn-Nodes square brings up the challenges of maturation and accountability, of dealing with the limitations and boundaries of the 3D world, of structuring our lives in a way that allows us to be in integrity.

This Super Full Moon in Capricorn can be seen as an invitation to take our lives into our hands instead of waiting for someone else to soothe us, make things easier for us, and take responsibilities that are ours to take. The long-term transit of Pluto through Capricorn has been showing us the dangers of relying on outdated institutions, obsolete systems, and external authorities, while inviting us to tune into our inner authority, trust our inner strength, and listen to our inner voice. 

These days, we may realize whether we have been relying on external definitions of success, ambitions, and goals, and lost ourselves trying to do what society expects us to do, what our parents expect us to do, and what we think we are supposed to do to fit into society. This lunation may reveal to us where we still resist taking full responsibility and struggle to regulate our emotions. It will highlight the importance of inner child work and the integration of unprocessed pain from our past, so that displaced emotions won’t sabotage our present.

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Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in Scorpio: Closure and Disclosure

On May 16, 12:13 AM ET, the Moon in Scorpio opposes the Sun in Taurus: as they align with the Nodal Axis, we experience an intense Full Blood Moon which comes with a Total Lunar Eclipse at 25°16’ Scorpio. This is the second Eclipse of the season and brings to maturation the cycle that started on April 30, with the New Moon Solar Eclipse in Taurus.

We have been navigating through two liminal weeks of transition, uncertainty, change, and intensity that might have felt disorienting and chaotic. The Full Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse may reveal to us what the process has been about, bringing moments of revelations while indicating the possibility of more unexpected shifts, culmination, closure, and disclosure. The journey is going to keep unfolding for the upcoming six months, until the next cycle of Eclipses.

This Lunar Eclipse is the first Eclipse in Scorpio since April 2013, and it could bring up similar themes, patterns, and situations as those we were dealing with back then. It will be visible, at least in part, from most of North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and the western areas of the Middle East. 

 

Total Lunar Eclipse in Scorpio: Emotional Purification

 

Lunar Eclipses are supercharged Full Moon that happen when the Moon opposes the Sun while the luminaries are aligned with the Nodes of the Moon, the two opposing points in space indicating the intersection of the Moon’s orbit with the Ecliptic. 

Full Moons are moments of culmination, revelation, and clarity: they indicate that the maturation of a cycle is taking place, and invite us to begin to slow down and let go of our efforts until the next New Moon. This Total Lunar Eclipse is happening in Scorpio and on the Lunar South Node, where the Moon is transiting, while the Sun is conjunct the North Node in the opposite sign of Taurus. When planets join the South Node, they bring up unsolved issues and emotions from our past that we are being encouraged to purge and release. 

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While the previous Solar Eclipse was partial, this Lunar Eclipse is total, as the luminaries are tightly conjunct the Lunar Nodes. The Moon will get completely red as she will be covered by the shadow of the Earth, which will be preventing sunlight from reaching the Moon for approximately three hours. 

 

Lunar Eclipse on the South Node: Releasing the Past

 

When the Moon crosses her South Node, we are being encouraged to release habitual patterns of reaction and emotional responses that, in the past, represented a way to generate safety and security. 

The South Node has to do with our karmic past, with what we are familiar with, with what we know a lot about and have already experienced. Its pull is very familiar and it is hard to resist, it has to do with something we tend to unconsciously repeat again and again in a way that has an element of compulsion. 

In Scorpio, the South Node indicates an urge to establish deep emotional ties and a tendency to try to empower ourselves by joining forces with powerful others. The North Node in Taurus points to the necessity to self-source and empower ourselves by deepening our self-knowledge and the awareness of our inherent worth.

Our task is not to leave the South Node behind, but to reach a better balance between the North and the South Node. In the case of Taurus and Scorpio, we are learning to find a balance between relying on our resources and relying on the resources of others, between being autonomous and being interdependent, between empowering ourselves through association with others and empowering ourselves by becoming more self-sufficient and resourceful.

 

Full Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse in Scorpio: Creation and Destruction

 

The Moon’s transit through Scorpio intensifies our experience of emotions. Scorpio is deep, visceral, and raw: it is about transmutation, metamorphosis, and regeneration. It has to do with the processes of elimination and destruction, with the death and rebirth cycles that are part of our empowerment process.

This Lunar Eclipse is bringing the spotlight on the Taurus-Scorpio axis, which is about life and death, creation and destruction. Taurus builds and consolidates, while Scorpio destroys, eliminates, and breaks down. Taurus season is when nature blossoms and blossoms, while Scorpio season is the time when what was alive decomposes and decays. Through Taurus, we relate to sexuality as a physical need, linked to procreation and the survival of the species, while through Scorpio we discover the power of conscious sexuality as a way to merge with others on a Soul level and achieve a deeper union. 

Both signs have a connection to finances, resources, and possessions: Taurus is about what we personally own, while Scorpio is about shared ownership. For this reason, this Eclipse could mark unexpected, significant shifts in our finances, income, and possessions, as well as in global economic policies and financial markets.

 

Sun, Moon, & Nodes square Saturn: Emotional Maturation and Self-Responsibility

 

Saturn has been squaring the Nodal Axis for approximately a month, and on this Eclipse it is squaring also the Sun and the Moon. The Saturn-Nodes square has been bringing up the need to deal with the limitations of the 3D material reality, take responsibility for our desires, and move forward in our maturation process. The importance of becoming our own authority and creating boundaries that can contain and promote our growth has been highlighted by this transit. 

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On this Lunar Eclipse, Saturn squaring the Sun and the Moon could indicate feelings of restrictions, low energy, and a tendency to repress our emotions and hold in what we feel. Positively, these aspects offer us opportunities to better structure our creativity, gain more mastery over our energetic management, and achieve a better awareness of our emotional needs.

 

The Role of Venus, Chiron, Mars, Neptune, and Pluto

 

As the Eclipse takes place, Venus is tightly conjunct Chiron in Aries, an aspect that brings the spotlight on wounds relative to relationships, feelings of rejection and non-belonging, and low self-worth and self-esteem. In Aries, it has to do with learning to trust our instinct and reclaiming our right to exist, take space, and assert ourselves, our needs, and our desires. This alignment has the potential to help us see where we abandon ourselves to please or be accepted by others, and invites us to heal any fear of direct confrontation and of being rejected for showing up as we are. 

Meanwhile, Mars, the ancient ruler of Scorpio, and Neptune are about to perfect their conjunction in Pisces, which is going exact on May 18 but is already active. The Mars-Neptune conjunction reminds us of the importance of aligning our actions with our ideals and values, being aware of our true intentions, and learning the difference between soul-centric desires and ego-centric desires. 

The Moon in Scorpio is trine Mars, Jupiter, and Neptune in Pisces. The Moon trine Neptune magnifies our sensitivity and empathy, while the Mars-Moon trine grants us the courage to separate ourselves from attachments that aren’t nourishing us. Meanwhile, the trine between Moon and Jupiter adds optimism to our emotional processing, supporting our faith in a positive outcome. The Moon is also sextile Pluto, the modern ruler of Scorpio, currently on the last degrees of Capricorn: this aspect supports our intuitive psychological understanding of ourselves and others. Pluto trines Sun and its influence is strong on this Eclipse, helping us become aware of issues of power and control, and inviting us to reflect on where we are at in our own empowerment journey.

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Total Lunar Eclipse in Scorpio: Opportunities for Empowerment

 

This Total Lunar Eclipse in Scorpio will bring our awareness to what’s lingering in the shadows, offering us opportunities for deeper self-knowledge and emotional catharsis. It has the potential to help us see more clearly subconscious patterns of behavior that we adopted in our childhood in order to feel secure and aid in our elaboration of past trauma.

This is a time of deep reevaluation of our attachments, of our partnerships, of the way we live our sexuality, of our relationship with money and wealth. Scorpio reminds us of the inevitability of impermanence and loss and brings more awareness to the importance of not holding on too tightly to what we have.  During the upcoming days and weeks, we may be asked if we are willing to lose something in order to gain something that could be much better. We may get to reflect on what we are willing to sacrifice to make space for what we truly, deeply desire.

The Full Moon Total Lunar Eclipse in Scorpio offers us a chance to let go of old emotional patterns, old security attachments, old ways of being, and undergo a process of purging that will allow further transformation to happen. We will be invited to reflect on our attachment style, and on how we create intimacy with both ourselves and others. Issues of trust and vulnerability could emerge, and allow unresolved emotional issues, resentment, anger, and grief to come up to be finally released.

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Pink Full Moon in Libra: Renewing Relationships

On April 16, 2:54 PM ET, the Moon opposes the Sun and we experience a Full Moon at 26º45’ of Libra, popularly known as the Pink Full Moon. The opposition between the Sun in Aries and the Moon in Libra brings to maturation a cycle surrounding relational dynamics and invites us to redefine and renew our existing relationships.

Full Moons happen when the Sun and the Moon are transiting on the same degree of opposing signs. They represent the culmination and maturation of the lunar cycle: they allow us to see the results and the fruits of what we have been working on. These alignments tend to bring up a conflict between the rational and the emotional, between what we see and what we don’t see. At this time of the month, we often have revelations and experiences of clarity that facilitate changes in our inner and outer reality. As the current Full Moon is happening in the sign of Libra, these changes will have to do with our relationships.

This is the first Full Moon after March Equinox and the first one of the New Astrological Year. It is also referred to as the Pink Moon, as it comes together with the blossoming of pink moss flowers in the Northern Hemisphere of the globe, particularly in the Northern and Eastern parts of the United States.

 

Pink Full Moon in Libra: Seeing Clearly our Relationship Dynamics

 

The Full Moon in Libra is an opportunity to gain awareness of our relationship patterns, as it brings up the energetic imbalances of all of our “self versus other” dynamics. Libra is the sign of the other, and it is opposite to Aries, the sign of the self. One is about peace, diplomacy, and negotiation, while the other, ruled by the God of War, is about self-assertion, instinct, and the way we express anger.

Libra is represented by the Scales, the only inanimate object of the Zodiac, and it correlates to Justice, diplomacy, and the endless search for balance. Through Libra, we learn that balance is not a static condition, it is a dynamic state made of ongoing adjustments and constant attunement to the present moment. In modern society, there can be a misunderstanding or distortion of the concept of balance which can result in a search for some kind of staticity that ends up blocking evolution.

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The opposition between the Sun in Aries and the Moon in Libra shows us what the price of maintaining peace may be. The Libra Full Moon is inviting us to reflect on whether we are abandoning ourselves to maintain a superficial sense of peace and connection, or, on the contrary, if we are addicted to creating drama in our relationships as a way to feel alive, special, and worthy of attention. These dynamics are underlined by the Moon’s tense square to Pluto.

 

Full Moon square Pluto: Transforming Emotional Patterns

 

The Sun-Moon opposition is squaring Pluto in Capricorn, generating what is technically known as a T-square configuration.

The Moon square Pluto gives us possibilities to transform existing emotional attachments, reactions, and patterns. During these days, we will have opportunities to become aware of any unconscious tendencies to manipulate others to keep them tied to us for our security and comfort. If we have internalized feelings of lack, abandonment, and deprivation in our childhood and developed an insecure attachment style, creating situations of codependency and deep emotional entanglements may be the only way we have to feel safe and secure, taken care of, valued, and appreciated.

The current Moon-Pluto square could bring all this up, as it indicates a necessity for psychological and emotional transformation which could happen through intense and confronting relationship experiences. For this reason, we attract and feel attracted by people that won’t give us what our mind wants, who won’t satisfy our conscious needs, to instead satisfy urges or cravings that are deeply unconscious. The main evolutionary requirement is the transformation of existing security patterns through our interactions.

The Sun squares Pluto too, an aspect that can signal power struggles and a fear of being controlled or destroyed by others. This aspect indicates that it is time to transform our creative and personal expression, reconsider an identity we are attached to, and renew our sense of purpose. We may release an old sense of self that was tied up to a relationship or to being in relationship in a certain way and begin to build a new one.

 

Full Moon quincunx Jupiter and Neptune: Giving from a Full Cup

 

The Full Moon is forming a quincunx or inconjunct aspect to the Jupiter-Neptune conjunction in Pisces. This is an aspect of paradox and incongruence, as the planets involved can’t see each other while traveling signs of incompatible elements, different modalities, and opposite polarities.

Through the Libra-Pisces quincunx, we learn that love is unconditional but relationships should not be. During these days, we will have chances to see where we have been self-sacrificing, where we have been over-giving, and acknowledge whether we are emotionally dependent on others. This alignment may show us where we are out of balance, by bringing our attention to dynamics of idealization and projection that are preventing us from having fully honest and authentic relationships.

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Venus in Pisces is the ruler of the Full Moon. It is approaching a conjunction with Neptune and Jupiter and a sextile aspects to Mercury and Uranus in Taurus. The presence of Venus in Pisces highlights our tendency to see the positive potential of people and situations and facilitate forgiveness, loving acceptance, kindness, and empathy while inviting us to make sure that we are giving from a full cup. Venus’ sextiles to Mercury and Uranus will support communication dynamics: it indicates an openness around exploring different ways to be in connection and an ability to relate with people very different from us.

 

Mercury conjunct Uranus, Full Moon trine Saturn & Mars

 

As the Full Moon in Libra takes place, Mercury is conjunct Uranus in Taurus, an aspect that is already active even if it goes exact on April 18. The Mercury-Uranus alignment facilitates open-mindedness, epiphanies, inventiveness, and creative breakthroughs. It also indicates some mental restlessness, a sense of urgency relative to decision making, and the possibility of sudden and unexpected changes in our plans for the future. This conjunction is taking place in the earthy, sensual, sign of Taurus: exploring new ways of thinking could lead to tangible and lasting innovation.

Meanwhile, the supportive trine between the Full Moon and Saturn in Aquarius will help us be more grounded, realistic, and practical, counterbalancing the dreamy, magical energy of Pisces, Jupiter, and Neptune. This is an aspect that adds pragmatism and common sense into our lives, facilitating sober, lucid emotional management and supporting our maturation process. The Full Moon is also in a trine to Mars in Aquarius, an alignment that promotes healthy assertiveness and the honest communication of what we are feeling and sensing while helping us separate from what doesn’t nurture us.

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Pink Full Moon in Libra: Renewing Relationships

 

This Full Moon in Libra invites us to redefine our existing connections and the way we show up in relationships, possibly marking big shifts in some of them, particularly those that began on the Libra New Moon that took place six months ago. Around this time, some connections could end, some may change their form, and some others may be completely redefined.

This lunation will illuminate underlying dynamics, unconscious patterns, and unspoken undercurrents that are at the core of our interactions with others. During these days, we may reevaluate the foundation of our connections, the way we behave in relationships, the way we bond with others, and the repetitive patterns that keep showing up for us. We may start to become aware of an unconscious addiction to conflict, drama, high sensations, and strong emotions, and find the courage to begin to make different choices. We may notice patterns of codependency, emotional addiction, and people-pleasing, and begin the process of working through these.

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The process of transformation of unconscious patterns and the transition to new, conscious ones may be uncomfortable for our minds, but it’s important to remember that whatever shows up for us it is helping us grow and evolve emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually. Considering that the Jupiter-Neptune conjunction is still very prominent, we can see everything that takes place these days as an invitation to open our hearts and to find the courage to keep them open, even if we are navigating intense circumstances.

This Full Moon is an opportunity to renew or redefine our commitments to the people we are in a relationship with and gain better awareness of how the way we connect with others informs us of what we need to change in our connection with ourselves.

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Full Worm Moon in Virgo: Harmonizing Chaos and Order

On March 18, 03:17 AM ET, we witness an enchanting Full Worm Moon at 27°39’ of Virgo. This lunation marks the culmination of a chapter in our healing journey. It represents an invitation to harmonize chaos and order, and balance reliance on practicality and logic with trust in Life and in our intuition.

When the Moon is Full, the light of the Sun illuminates our inner world and we can see more clearly our subconscious material. Full Moons represent the maturation and peak point of the lunar cycle, where the results of our efforts are manifested and we have the opportunity to reap the fruits of our labor. 

The Full Moon taking place during March is also popularly referred to as the Worm Moon. This name is due to the fact that, at this time of the year and in the Northern hemisphere of the globe, the first worms begin to emerge from the ground, signaling the imminent arrival of Spring and warm weather. Worms, a symbol of resilience and regeneration, remind us of the value of small but consistent effort, inviting us to be patient and accept Nature’s timing.

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Full Moons: Revelations, Culminations, and Letting Go

 

Full Moons are times of revelations that offer us chances to gain more self-awareness. From now on and during the second half of the lunar month, we begin to let go of the intentions we set on the New Moon and the energy invites us to release and slow down.

When the Moon is Full, it always implies an opposition, an exact 180º alignment, with the Sun. This time, the Moon in Virgo is also in opposition to Neptune, in its home sign of Pisces and conjunct the Sun. The involvement of Neptune adds a strong Piscean quality to this lunation, which will bring up the need to find harmony between discipline and flow, effort and surrender.

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Oppositions always remind us of the importance of balancing polarities. These aspects reflect a tendency to gravitate towards one side of a spectrum and then towards the opposite one after we have reached an extreme. Planets opposing each other often generate pendulum swing dynamics that lead us to explore two opposite ways of being before settling in the middle.

 

The Virgo-Pisces polarity: Spirituality and Embodiment

 

The current Full Moon highlights the need to balance how we express the opposite and complementary archetypes of Virgo and Pisces. Virgo is inherently analytical, logical, and practical, while Pisces is intuitive, emotional, and imaginative. Pisces is associated with chaos and with all those forces beyond our control. Virgo instead is trying to find order in life and discover a logical thread that connects all parts of the whole. 

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Despite popular belief, Virgo and Pisces are both spiritual signs. While Pisces seeks to transcend the human experience and explore other realms and dimensions, Virgo aims to experience the Divine within the mundane and through a deeper physical embodiment. Virgo reminds us that we can practice mindfulness every day: we don’t need to be in a monastery to live according to spiritual principles and values. While Pisces teaches us to surrender control to access states that promote the deepening of our perception of reality, Virgo reminds us of the value of devotion to daily routines, practices, and habits that support and strengthen our connection with the Divine. 

 

Full Moon opposite Neptune: Increased Sensitivity and Distorted Perceptions

 

The Moon in Virgo indicates a need for order, rationality, and predictability. During this transit, we aim to create the optimal conditions for us to feel comfortable navigating life. However, with the Moon opposing Neptune and the Sun in Pisces, this is unlikely to happen: we may have experiences that we can’t control, that force us to change our plans, or that we can’t fully understand through logic and rationality. These days, our perceptions may be distorted by our emotions and our increased sensitivity. 

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The Moon opposite Neptune and, more loosely, Jupiter, indicates the need to relate with our empathy consciously, and practice discernment relative to what we take in, how much we give, and what we allow to affect us. We will be more sensitive than usual, wide open to the energies surrounding us. For this reason, we have to set proper boundaries and manage our empathy wisely, choosing carefully what we are available for and what we are not available for. 

With this aspect, we may tend to see other people’s potential instead of their reality and bypass our feelings and our boundaries in the process. We may also feel more tired and lethargic than usual, and there is a danger of excessive passivity, of going with the flow without taking action and avoiding responsibilities. This is a good opportunity to notice which experiences, people, and situations drain us and which ones, instead, energize us. We have an opportunity to learn to better manage our sensitivity and avoid being swept away by our feelings. 

 

Full Moon trine Pluto: Emotional Power

 

The Moon in Virgo is in a harmonic trine to Pluto in Capricorn. This is a supportive aspect that sharpens our intuition and our capacity to follow our gut instincts. As their alignment is happening in Earth signs, it adds some practicality and pragmatism to the current astrological configuration, pairing sensitivity with discernment and self-trust.

The Moon-Pluto trine will help us confront feelings and emotions that we might have been afraid to face. It will increase our capacity to psychologically understand ourselves and others and see our and their core intentions and motivations. This is an aspect of healing, purification, and renewal: the Virgo Full Moon is a favorable moment to let go of uncomfortable feelings, resentments, and grudges. The trine to Pluto promotes a constructive transformation of habitual behavioral patterns and of the way we deal with our emotions. It will support the awareness that, if we are going through some sort of emotional pain, it will help us grow stronger and wiser. 

 

Mars and Venus square Uranus: Rebellious Streak

 

As the Full Moon is taking place, Mars and Venus are in Aquarius and they are both approaching a square aspect to Uranus in Taurus. Venus perfects the square tomorrow, while the Mars square goes exact on March 22. These aspects will add some dynamism and action into our life, especially in our relationships. Uranus wants things to remain interesting: if there is something stagnant in our life, it could very well change. During the upcoming days, a strong desire for adventure, excitement, and freedom is likely to arise and it may generate out of the blue, unexpected behaviors, and sudden shifts in our plans. 

Unusual encounters, unpredictable events, and eccentric desires may catalyze impulsive and disruptive actions. Mars square Uranus indicates a rebellious streak, an inclination to disobey, and a lack of trust in authorities and institutions. Venus square Uranus signals a strong need for space and independence. A change in values could possibly bring a desire to experiment with alternative styles of relationships, or we may begin to relate with people completely different from us and from those we habitually hang out with. 

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Full Moon in Virgo: Being Compassionate Yet Discerning

 

Four planets are transiting Pisces right now and Mercury, the ruler of the Virgo Moon, is also there, where it is traditionally considered debilitated. In Pisces, the logical, practical, analytical qualities of Mercury aren’t enhanced, and the focus is instead on the development of the intuitive, the sensitive, and the imaginative

These days, we may struggle to keep up with our schedule, responsibilities, and duties, and find it challenging to organize ourselves effectively. Life may seem to be too chaotic and irrational and we may not manage to structure our days in the way our mind thinks would be best for us. Even though this could represent a source of frustration, it could also stimulate our creativity and inspire us to make positive changes. Mercury’s sextile to Uranus in Taurus could catalyze the emergence of innovative ideas, downloads, and insights that do have a practical application.

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During these days, we are finding a balance between excessively relying on logic and practicality and excessively trusting our feelings. We are learning to see situations and people as they are, and not as we would like them to be. We are flowing with life and learning to trust it, yet without relying uniquely on hope, luck, and wishful thinking to get by. We are learning to be compassionate, yet discerning. This Virgo Full Moon may deliver to us important lessons in these areas, marking the culmination of a chapter of our maturation and healing journey and giving us new opportunities to grow spiritually and emotionally.

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Full Moon in Cancer: Path to Empowerment

On January 17, 6:48 PM ET, we witness the first Full Moon of the calendar year, also referred to as the Wolf Moon. This cosmic event is taking place at 27°50’ of the sign of Cancer, the lunar domicile, and it is guiding us on a path to personal and collective empowerment.

The Moon in Cancer opposes the Sun and Pluto in Capricorn, intensifying our experience of feelings and emotions and inviting us to explore the way we deal with them, showing us what we need to transform and alchemize.

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Full Moons bring clarity and facilitate understanding.

 

The light of the Sun completely illuminates the Moon, bringing awareness of our emotional world, subconscious patterns, and habitual reactions. At this time of the month, the truth can be perceived, and mysteries may be revealed. We tend to experience a strong emotionality and some degree of polarization between contrasting drives, as the Sun and the Moon activate opposing and complementary energies.

As the intentions we set on the New Moon may manifest, Full Moons mark the maturation and culmination of the lunar cycle. They inaugurate two weeks of slowing down and decreased momentum, a moment to share what we have been working on with others and release what we no longer want to carry. 

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The Full Moon of January is also known as the Wolf Moon due to the fact that, at this time of the year and in the Northern part of what today we know as the United States, it was very common to hear howling wolves at night. This has inspired many stories and legends of ancient folklore centered around the connection between wolves and the Full Moon. Wolves remind us of the power of community and mutual support and the importance of being part of a Soul family that has our back in moments of crisis.

 

Full Wolf Moon in Cancer: There’s No Place Like Home

 

As an intense Capricorn season culminates, the Full Moon in Cancer highlights our need for safety, softness, belonging, nurturance, and comfort. The Moon is at home here. She expresses herself with great sensitivity and incredible intuition while reflecting an urge to withdraw into our private, inner world to come back to harmony.

While the Moon is in the sign of the Crab, we gravitate towards the familiar, the known, what feels secure. There is a spontaneous attunement to the environment and a natural connection to the surrounding atmosphere. Cancer is the sign relative to family and domestic realms: a Full Moon here is likely to bring these areas of our lives into the spotlight, reminding us that there’s no place like home.

 

Full Moon opposite Pluto: Finding Internal Security

 

The Moon correlates with memory, particularly with emotional memory. Her condition reflects how we try to get our emotional needs met and generate conditions of safety. When the Moon forms a hard aspect to Pluto, there can be a tendency to do so through emotional and psychological manipulation of others and the environment. Often, we do so to maintain a connection or a sense of predictability, to avoid feeling threatened from insecurity and the risk of not having our needs met. 

Moon-Pluto aspects are about letting go of unhealthy emotional attachments we are dependent upon for comfort and security, and that don’t allow us to develop a sense of safety coming from within. All oppositions bring revelations and understanding, and this Full Moon opposite Pluto has the potential to help us gain clarity on the psychology behind our emotional states and reactions and the expectations we, more or less consciously, place on other people.

 

Sun conjunct Pluto: Taking Responsibility for our Power

 

On this Full Moon, Pluto has indeed a prominent role. This faraway planet, considered to be the force of evolution, exposes what is decaying, decomposing, and deteriorating to promote a radical, complete metamorphosis. Since it entered Capricorn in 2008, Pluto has been bringing up all the shadows of society, institutions, and established systems. Meanwhile, this transit invites us to become aware of the conditioning we have internalized due being exposed to these structures.

Pluto is now tightly conjunct with the Sun. The Sun meets Pluto once a year, calling for a deep transformation of our sense of self, purpose, identity, and expression. This alignment is an invitation to take responsibility for our power and don’t be afraid to embody and express it. 

Sun-Pluto aspects encourage us to discover the limits of our will, challenge our fears, and explore matters of personal identity, self-confidence, self-affirmation, and exposure. In Capricorn, this alignment invites us to establish our individual identity in the context of the changing social structures. We may reflect on how to contribute to the creation of systems that allow the full expression of our creativity while generating value for the collective.

 

Full Moon trine Neptune: Opportunities to Heal

 

The Moon is in a Water trine with Neptune in Pisces, a flowing aspect of ease and harmony. This alignment suggests powerful intuition and ease of connection with the emotions and feelings of others. An immense capacity for empathy and compassion facilitates forgiveness and supports our capacity to put ourselves into someone else’s shoes. During these days, increased emotional openness may help us heal and process something still unresolved. 

Full Moon in Cancer

A desire to save another, to be saved or rescued could come up during this lunation. Neptune in aspect to the Moon erases the boundaries between self and other. It increases our inspiration and our desire for creative expression. Channeling our feelings into art can feel incredibly healing and rewarding. During these days, we may also be careful of not self-sacrificing or dismissing our needs in favor of other people’s needs, which may lead to experiences of disillusionment later on. 

 

Mars square Neptune: Aligning Dreams and Actions

 

Neptune is quite prominent in this lunation as, besides being aligned with the Moon, is also in a square aspect to Mars in Sagittarius, an energy that has been active for the entire week. Hard aspects between Mars and Neptune always generate some amount of frustration. Squares reflect a tension between two celestial bodies trying to go in different directions and that, in doing so, block each other’s way. 

Mars and Neptune have very little in common. While Mars is about action, decision, reactivity, and sharpness, Neptune is about passivity, blurriness, confusion, and receptivity. Their square can reflect some difficulties matching our dreams, ideals, and wishes with actual actions directed towards a specific goal in the material reality. We may feel unmotivated and lethargic and come to believe that our efforts don’t lead to any tangible result. We may feel frustrated if change doesn’t happen fast enough, or have the impression that our life force dissipates in multiple directions. 

All Mars-Neptune aspects underline the importance of aligning our actions and choices in the material reality with our spiritual path. They challenge us to resolve any incongruencies between our ideals and values, how we act, and what we do. At their best, Mars-Neptune contacts bring out the most exquisite artistry, creativity, and inspiration, allowing us to connect with our capacity to be a vessel for Spirit and reach deep states of flow.

To help you harness this energy Full Moon in Cancer brings we have created Full Moon printable channeled “Path to Empowerment” journal and guided meditation audio. We invite you to use these Full Moon in Cancer Ritual tools: journal and meditate together with Moon Omens Soul Family. Tap here to learn more and gain access to ritual tools.

 

Full Moon in Cancer: Path to Empowerment

 

During this pivotal moment of human history, we are becoming more and more aware of what power is and what power isn’t. By witnessing destructive, corrupted examples of authority and leadership, we are being challenged to develop and embody constructive, healthy ones. As we get to understand what we do not want the world to become, we can envision and build a better reality, both for ourselves and for future generations. Everyone is now called to take responsibility to do their part.

We are about to experience two important astrological shifts. Tomorrow the Lunar Nodes change sign and Uranus stations direct, catalyzing an acceleration of events and inviting us to step up to new evolutionary challenges. The Cancer Full Moon reminds us of our task of learning to hold ourselves, parent ourselves, and take care of ourselves emotionally, spiritually, but also financially and materially. 

This potent lunation marks a turning point in our path of personal empowerment and emotional maturation. As we deepen our self-knowledge and our understanding of our internal dynamics, we have a chance to embrace a new level of personal responsibility. Refining our self-regulation habits will help us feel stronger, more grounded, and more self-secure, and ultimately navigate the upcoming changes optimally.

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Full Cold Moon in Gemini: the Power of Thoughts

On December 18, 11:35 PM ET, the last “Full Cold Moon” of the year takes place at 27°28’ of the sign of Gemini. This Full Moon is the first lunation in the sign that is not an Eclipse since 2020, and it is inviting us to reclaim the power of our attention, thoughts, and words.

We are reaching the maturation point of a six-month cycle that began on June 10, 2021, with a New Moon Solar Eclipse in Gemini, but we are also culminating the shorter cycle that began two weeks ago, with the Total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius. The Full Cold Moon closes the Eclipse portal and the calendar year, bringing strong energy of culmination and closure.

During this time, the intentions we set on these two New Moon Solar Eclipses can manifest and blossom. We have a chance to reap the rewards of our efforts, witness the results of our work, and gain more clarity around something that was still uncertain. 

To celebrate the arrival of Full Moon Gemini, on December 17, 9:45 PM ET, we are hosting Global Live Full Cold Moon Meditation on our YouTube channel. We invite you to join us, and invite others to meditate together with us. Tap here to find our scheduled live meditation.

On December 19, 9:00 AM ET, we will be hosting live Full Cold Moon Energy Update & Q&A on our Instagram @MoonOmens. We invite you to tune in and have a good time together!

 

Full Cold Moon in Gemini: End of Year Reflections

 

Full Moons are times of emotional intensity and deep feelings, characterized by moments of revelation, breakthrough, and understanding, unfolding during the course of a few days. Full Moons always imply an opposition between the Sun and the Moon, an aspect that reflects some tension between the rational and the emotional, the conscious and the unconscious, the private and the public, the certain and the uncertain.

full cold moon in gemini

The Full Moon taking place in December is also popularly known as the Cold Moon, due to its proximity to the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere of the globe. This is a time of introspection, withdrawal, and retreat, particularly for those of us who live in places where temperatures are dropping. Nonetheless, the end of the calendar year tends to be a moment of reflection for everyone on the planet. At this time, we are inspired to look back at what we have been through, contemplate our choices and actions, evaluate what we desire to continue, what we desire to let go of, and what we commit to improving.

 

Full Moon opposite the Galactic Center: New Awareness

 

Currently, the Sun is in Sagittarius and the Moon is in Gemini: their alignment brings to maturation a learning cycle, and it could mark a substantial change in our perception of reality. 

The Sun is conjunct the Galactic Center, placed at approximately 26-27 degree of Sagittarius. When planets are transiting over this point in space, marking the center of our Galaxy, they can trigger a significant acceleration of our evolutionary processes. It is said that planets conjunct the Galactic Center can facilitate the emergence of new spiritual awareness: they may bring sudden downloads and intuitive insights and initiate a process of awakening that can ripple in every area of our lives.

This Full Moon in Gemini will energize our minds and speed up our thought processes, possibly making us prone to overthinking and overanalyzing our emotions, feelings, and actions. During these days, information previously unknown, uncertain, or unavailable may come to light or be shared with the public. The data revealed and exposed could have a significant impact on our opinions, worldviews, beliefs, and perceptions, generating lasting changes in how we see reality.

 

Full Moon square Neptune: Extreme Openness and Sensitivity

 

The Sun in Sagittarius and the Moon in Gemini are forming a T-square pattern to Neptune in Pisces. Whenever planets are in a challenging alignment to Neptune, they suggest difficulties integrating an extreme openness to what’s happening in our environment. Feeling the emotions and sensations of others as if they were our own is a very common experience.

Particularly, when the Moon and Neptune are in a hard aspect, our sensitivity has no boundaries: it’s vital that we learn to distinguish between what is ours and what is not, and that we don’t take responsibility for others’ feelings and projections. The Sun square Neptune, on the other hand, may suggest some difficulties defining our identity, as well as a sense of lack of purpose, confidence, and vitality. Nonetheless, this alignment maximizes our empathy and artistry and increases our capacity to creatively express something that can feel relatable to everyone.

We currently have celestial bodies transiting all Mutable signs except one, Virgo. The archetype that is not being activated by the T-square pattern indicates qualities and traits we need to gravitate towards in order to find more balance. A crucial lesson related to the Virgo archetype is being discerning relative to what we take in and what we allow into our energetic field. This configuration emphasizes the need to remain grounded in the material reality and in our bodies, to honor the work we need to complete, and to maintain healthy routines and habits.

 

Full Moon trine Jupiter: Open-mindedness & Intellectual Expansion

 

The Moon in Gemini is trine Jupiter in Aquarius, an aspect that promotes an objective and optimistic approach to emotional matters, facilitating open-mindedness and intellectual expansion. This alignment increases our desire to explore different ways of perceiving reality and supports our capacity to interpret in an optimistic and growth-oriented light what is happening around us and to us.

The Moon in Gemini tends to deal with emotions rationally, while Jupiter has the capacity to find the lesson and the higher meaning of everything we may go through. As the Moon-Jupiter aspect is taking place in Air signs, it can be considered an opportunity to take a step back and evaluate our situation from a distance before we react, to try to see what is bothering us from another vantage point. 

During these days, we may have important insights that help us understand how to better cope with difficult feelings and emotions. This alignment supports networking and cooperation, promoting an expansion of our social life: new encounters and connections may stimulate our mind and increase our capacity to find creative solutions to the issues we may be facing.

 

Mercury trine Uranus: Spontaneous Downloads & Innovative Ideas

 

Mercury, the planetary ruler of the Gemini Full Moon, is currently transiting Capricorn. This indicates a tendency to interpret new information in a practical way, to take with a grain of salt data that isn’t proven by facts, and to not invest much energy in gossip or small talk. Mercury in Capricorn has a natural capacity to focus on intellectual tasks and to be disciplined with intellectual pursuits and learning processes. 

Mercury’s trine to Uranus in Taurus is another aspect that can indicate new data coming to light and bringing new awareness. There could be a discovery of unexpected information, or spontaneous downloads coming out of the blue could help us solve a problem we have been struggling with. This process has the potential to generate innovation and lasting, tangible results.

 

Venus stationary retrograde & conjunct Pluto: Transformation of Relationships

 

Meanwhile, the Venus-Pluto conjunction in Capricorn intensifies our experience of relationships: the stage is set for the upcoming Venus retrograde, starting in just a few hours. Venus being stationary retrograde indicates that the planet of love, beauty, wealth, and receptivity represents a powerful player during this lunation. Relationship matters and intense encounters could already occupy a large portion of our attention, especially for those of us who have personal planets or angles around the 26 degree of Cardinal signs Aries, Cancer, Libra, and Capricorn.

The conjunction of Venus and Pluto increases the possibility of experiencing romantic obsessions and particularly passionate connections or breakups. Due to Venus stationing retrograde, people from our past could come back to allow us to solve something that hasn’t been previously concluded. We may be able to understand the patterns, dynamics, and unconscious complexes behind the whole story. A deep and lasting transformation of the way we experience relationships, of our values, of our taste, of our artistic expression, and of our way to relate to money is about to begin.

To help you harness this energy Full Cold Moon in Gemini brings we have created Full Moon printable channeled “The Power of Thoughts” journal and guided meditation audio. We invite you to use these Full Cold Moon Ritual tools: journal and meditate together with Moon Omens Soul Family. Tap here to learn more and gain access to ritual tools.

 

Full Cold Moon in Gemini: Mastering our Thoughts

 

During the rest of the current lunar cycle, we are being encouraged to detach from old stories playing out in our heads, to release distractions, and carefully evaluate what type of information we take in. By becoming more conscious of the importance of the words we use, the kind of ideas we dwell on, and the influence that other people’s opinions have over us, we have a possibility to unlock new levels of awareness and let go of thinking and speaking habits that aren’t serving our highest good.

This Full Cold Moon in Gemini will inspire us to question our perception of reality, change how we habitually communicate with others, and work on mastering our thinking patterns. We may start doubting a narrative we have been encouraged to believe, and the questions emerging now may contribute to ideas and insights that could lay out a new foundation for our future.

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New Moon Total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius: Breaking Point

On December 4, 02:34 AM ET, we experience a Total Solar Eclipse at 12°16’ Sagittarius. This cosmic event will be visible from Antarctica and, in part, from some Southern regions of the Southern hemisphere of the globe. While Lunar Eclipses can be watched safely, Solar Eclipses should never be watched with the naked eye.

This New Moon Total Solar Eclipse is a breaking point that culminates a cycle of 18 months during which we experienced Eclipses on the Gemini-Sagittarius axis: the Lunar Nodes are entering Taurus and Scorpio in January, beginning a new karmic cycle. For the upcoming year and a half, Eclipses will happen in Taurus and Scorpio: this is the last one in Sagittarius until 2029.

To celebrate the arrival of New Moon Total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius, on December 4, 9:45 PM ET, we are hosting Global Live New Moon Total Solar Eclipse Meditation on our YouTube channel. We invite you to join us, and invite others to meditate together with us. Tap here to find our scheduled live meditation.

 

Solar Eclipse on the South Node: a Beginning with Flavor of an Ending

 

A New Moon takes place when the Moon joins the Sun on the same degree of the same Zodiac sign. These events mark the beginning of the lunar cycle: they are a moment to set intentions, plant seeds, start anew, and envision our future. Solar Eclipses are very intense New Moons that take place when the luminaries align close to the North or the South Node of the Moon: they mark potent turning points in our lives and in collective history, and they often correspond with life-changing events. 

The current Eclipse is happening on the South Node: this point in space represents something we know well, something we master, something we are familiar with, talents and gifts we naturally express, qualities we easily connect with. It relates to our past, our karmic history, and our emotional attachments. When a New Moon Solar Eclipse takes place on the lunar South Node, it can be considered a new beginning with the flavor of an ending that requires a lot of letting go. As there won’t be another Eclipse in Sagittarius for the next eight years, this is, even more, the case. 

Total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius

Sun and Moon aligning on the South Node bring up unfinished business, unresolved issues, deeply buried emotions, something we need to integrate, release, or detach from. The current Total Solar Eclipse sets in motion a process of purification and purging: as it is happening in the sign of Sagittarius, this is likely to highlight the need to let go of beliefs, attachment to ideologies, philosophies, and ways of making sense of the world that we no longer feel aligned with.

 

Total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius: Dissolution of Beliefs

 

Eclipses represent a time of high volatility, fast change, and unpredictability, where time feels different than usual and out-of-the-ordinary experiences become the norm. Solar Eclipses happen when the Moon is placed between the Earth and the Sun in such a way that prevents sunlight from reaching us. Because sunlight is what makes life on Earth possible, these events have been equally feared and respected for a long time. 

When the Sun is being eclipsed, it may be hard to connect with our inner light, with our joy, with our creativity, with our sense of purpose. A Total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius may correspond with a feeling of loss of meaning, a dissolution of beliefs, a sense of not knowing what our truth is anymore: during these days, connecting with feelings of hope and faith may be more challenging than usual. Nonetheless, this event sets in motion a process of rebirth, that will unfold throughout the upcoming six months.

 

Solar Eclipse conjunct Mercury & square Neptune

 

The Sun and the Moon are in tight conjunction with Mercury, the ruler of the Gemini North Node. Their aspect highlights the urge to expand our perception of reality and our intellectual understanding of it, as well as a desire to share what we are learning with others. Dogmatism, arrogance, self-righteousness, and a need to convert others to our viewpoint in order to feel safe can represent shadow expressions linked with this configuration, which highlights the importance to honor our personal truth and allow everyone else to do the same. 

On another note, Sun, Moon, and Mercury are all square Neptune in Pisces. This alignment can reflect some confusion and uncertainty relative to our identity, to what we think, believe, and feel. Our sensitivity to others’ emotions, thoughts, and experiences will increase: our boundaries may be blurred or hard to keep, as we struggle to distinguish between what’s ours and what’s not. Positively, this configuration increases our fantasy, imagination, and creativity. It strengthens our connection with our intuition and inspires us to embrace a spiritual perspective of life that doesn’t require a rational or logical understanding of circumstances.

 

Solar Eclipse quincunx Uranus & trine Chiron

 

The Sun and the Moon in Sagittarius are forming a quincunx, an alignment of crisis and paradox, to Uranus in Taurus. This aspect is increasing the unpredictability already present on this Eclipse: the activation of Uranus always brings up a desire to fight for our right to be ourselves, for our freedom, and our sovereignty

Total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius

On a collective level, the possibilities of disruptions, protests, and social unrest are very high, as our desire to break free from limitations and implement innovation and progress increases. On the personal level, there are chances of feeling emotionally alienated and disconnected from our environment and the people around us: we may find it hard to reconcile different needs, emotions, desires, and drives.

On a different note, the trine between Sun, Moon, Mercury, and Chiron in Aries suggests ease of psychological and intellectual understanding of our emotional reactions. These aspects facilitate a better awareness of what’s behind our triggers. Yet, with trines, chances and information are often unnoticed: as always, it is up to us to make the choices and the effort required to generate tangible change.

 

Jupiter square the Lunar Nodes & Jupiter square Mars

 

Jupiter, the planetary ruler of Sagittarius, is currently traveling through the last degrees of Aquarius, forming a square aspect to Mars in Scorpio and to the Lunar Nodes on the first degree of Gemini and Sagittarius. When planets square the Nodes, they point to karmic dynamics that need to be solved for our evolution to take place. As the ruler of the South Node of the Moon, Jupiter has been an important player for the last year and a half: the South Node ruler indicates our habitual way of operating in order to meet our emotional and security needs, and offers us keys to understanding patterns and attachments we bring with us from our past.

Jupiter’s transit through Aquarius has been bringing our focus on our relationship with the collective, with technology, and with social movements, highlighting the sense of alienation that often arises as a result of our deconditioning process. Jupiter enters Pisces on December 28 and will continue to square the Lunar Nodes for the upcoming weeks, emphasizing issues of authenticity, transparency, and integrity, reminding us of the importance of acting in alignment with our beliefs and values

The simultaneous square between Jupiter in Aquarius and Mars in Scorpio suggests the possibility of taking impulsive actions and a strong desire to fight to defend our freedom, our rights, our beliefs, and our ideals. Excessively destructive reactions and taking action without pondering the consequences of our choices are risks associated with this aspect.

To help you harness this energy Total Solar Eclipse brings we have created New Moon Solar Eclipse printable channeled “Breaking Point” journal and guided meditation audio. We invite you to use these New Moon Solar Eclipse Ritual tools: journal and meditate together with Moon Omens Soul Family. Tap here to learn more and gain access to ritual tools.

 

Total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius: Living Authentically

 

While the Eclipse is taking place, Venus is approaching a conjunction to Pluto in Capricorn and is in her pre-shadow phase. Venus will station retrograde on December 19, just a few hours after the Full Moon in Gemini, the lunation that culminates the cycle starting now. The symbolism of Venus will be very active during the upcoming weeks, and it will be colored by Plutonian themes of death, rebirth, and transformation. Their alignment intensifies our feelings and anticipates big changes in our relationships, in our value system, and our finances.

This Total Solar Eclipse can correspond to a sense of crises in faith and a feeling of not knowing what we believe in, not knowing how to make sense of what we are going through, of the circumstances we are facing. This is a time when we are called to detach from old beliefs and from our attachment to a certain worldview or version of the truth. 

As we keep letting go of the past, we can get to a place where we feel we don’t know anything, and we can’t hold onto anything anymore: this can feel scary and disorienting. Nonetheless, welcoming the feeling of being lost and inhabiting the state of not knowing can represent an opportunity to create space for something buried within ourselves to emerge, unfold, and begin to shape a new path.

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