The Full Moon in Aries is October 9th, 2022. We have the Sun in Libra opposing the Moon in Aries, lighting up the axis highlighting the themes of our lives revolving around cooperation and singularity. The Sun in Libra inspires action towards partnership and as Libra is cardinal air, we are unafraid to initiate conversations around this. The question becomes, how can we work together while I’m still getting what I want?
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Full Moon in Pisces, Reveal What’s Pure
The Full Moon in Pisces is September 10th, 2022. The Sun in Virgo is opposite the Moon in Pisces, lighting up the axis in our lives that is asking us to, paradoxically, to control and to let go. The Sun in Virgo inspires us to recognize and regain control where we have it, and can safely exercise it, where every and any action counts. In focusing so much on the nitty-gritty, oriented details, the Full Moon in Pisces is highlighting the pinnacle of our desire in the opposite space. The place where we wish to let go and allow life to happen to us. In our relentless quest for control, we discover the deep respite in giving it up completely, somewhere else, along with the awareness that we can’t have one without the other.
Full Moon in Sagittarius – In Your Stillness
The Full Moon in Sagittarius of 2022 is on June 14th. This is a time for loosening the reigns on whatever passions we've been holding close to us, and with a tight grip. An acknowledgment that the seeds have had enough time to germinate, and take root. The gestation period is over, if you let it be. If you want your passion to flower, this is the time move it to a bigger pot, with faith that you nurtured it well enough that it can learn to survive with more independence. Allowing others in to help pollinate your idea-plant, because it needs and deserves the diversity in thought.
Full Moon and Lunar Eclipse in Scorpio
The full moon and lunar eclipse May 16th, 2022 is in the sign of Scorpio. The depth of our commitment, triggered in an especially unforgettable way. The Moon conjunct the South Node is symbolic of an intense, unmistakable desire to gain back something that we lost somewhere along the way, something that is of no small importance. A part of our purpose that we’ve been neglecting, naturally, while being pulled by the current of our lives. It is also a celebration in the acknowledgement of this missing piece, in all of its integrity. With the Sun conjunct the North Node in Taurus, we are supported in taking the steps to find that part of ourselves, once again.