After a watery week that culminated with a Blue Flower Full Moon in the sign of Scorpio, we can now come back to center.
The Scorpio Full Moon usually peaks around this time of year. It’s a heavy lunation that sees us coming to terms with life events, shadow fears and other psychological triggers that need to be acknowledged and released for good. Full moons bring endings – the Scorpio Full Moon is the ending of all endings.
The Spring Equinox occurs on the same day as a super charged Super (Full) Moon. We can bid adieu to winter in the northern hemisphere and plant new seeds for growth and replenishment. This is all quite timely; potent energy is on tap for purging and renewal.
Healing energy is on tap this week as the Sun begins its transit of Pisces on Monday, and the Virgo Full (Super) Moon peaks on Tuesday. Both signs are natural healers; Virgo offers tangible fixes while Pisces transcends toward spiritual wellness.
The longest night of the year is upon us, as the Sun enters the sign of Capricorn this week. The Winter Solstice will be followed by a Full Moon in the sign of Cancer, a lunar gift that ensures gentility and tenderness, as we prune and release what no longer serves us on our evolutionary path.