A lunar eclipse occurs when the earth overshadows the moon and temporarily blocks the light reflected from the moon. This lunar eclipse is penumbral, which means a faint shadow of the earth is visible on the edge of the moon, and so its effect is more subtle.
Lunar eclipses or big full moons are times of completion, culmination, and closure. This eclipse is a south node eclipse, meaning that the moon is within 18 degrees of the south node. The South Node represents our individual and collective past and is often seen as a drain or release point. A moon south node combination can pull us back to the past and highlight unresolved emotional issues for healing and resolution. With Mercury retrograde in the mix, we might be thinking about the past or ruminating over past events.
The Moon and South Node are in Scorpio, an intensely emotional sign associated with power, control, and transformation. Pluto, ruler of Scorpio and mythological Lord of the Underworld, symbolises that which is hidden; deeply buried secrets, hidden agendas, issues of trust and betrayal as well as hidden resources and buried treasure. Pluto is squaring the nodal axis, magnifying its influence.
The Sun, always opposite the Moon at a full moon, is in Taurus. The Taurus Scorpio axis is the axis of resources, Taurus representing physical, manifest actual things and Scorpio more subtle inner power and resourcefulness as well as collective or shared resources such as stock markets, joint finances, or the resources of the earth. With Uranus conjunct the Sun, expect some volatility in collective resources such as financial markets or seismic activity. On a personal level Uranus exposes often shocking truths and with piercing clarity awakens us to the truth of our being.
This eclipse supports us to let go of any thing or anyone who is draining our energy and is not aligned with our truth, to let go of our past stories which define us in a limited way, to reclaim and harness our inner power and resources so that we might create and manifest anew.
A full moon occurs when the Sun and Moon are opposite each other and the light of the Sun fully illuminates the Moon. Full moons are a time of things coming to light and represent a time of maturity, completion or closure. This full moon falls on the Aries Libra axis, the axis of self and other, Aries being ruled by Mars and Libra being ruled by Venus. At this full moon the spotlight shines on: How do we asset ourselves in relationships? Where do we give our power away to others? Where do we over compromise? Where do we …Continue reading →
The full moon in Leo blazes with heart centred energy inviting us to ignite our personal creativity and passion. It is warm, playful and confident and often enjoys the limelight. Leo is the regal sign of the king of the jungle and inspires and leads. This is balanced by an opposition with the Sun in Aquarius, the sign of the people, the community, freedom and liberation for all. Uranus, the ruler of Aquarius, is in a square aspect to the Sun and Moon, forming a tense T Square dynamic. This creates disruption and volatility that shakes us up into a …Continue reading →
The full moon in Gemini highlights communication, thought processes, mental activity, study and learning. Gemini thrives on information while the opposite sign Sagittarius tends to make meaning out of data according to its beliefs and philosophy. The Moon opposite the Sun at this full moon encourages us to check our gut feel, instincts and worldview with facts, figures and data. The truth of a situation may be revealed once the facts come to light and help move us towards a fresh perspective and higher level of perception. Gemini is the sign of the twins and symbolises duality and choices. Mars, …Continue reading →
The Full Moon in Taurus opposite the Sun in Scorpio is a powerful and potentially game changing Total Lunar Eclipse. Lunar Eclipses occur when there is a special alignment of the Sun, Moon and Earth such that the Earth’s shadow falls across the Moon and temporarily blocks its illumination by the Sun. Astrologically this can only occur when the Sun and Moon are in close proximity to the Nodes, indicating karmic release and sling shotting us forward into a new potential reality. The Sun, Mercury and Venus are conjunct the South Node all in Scorpio, the sign of power, control, …Continue reading →
Moon in Aries shines a light on independence, self assertion, adventure and pioneering a way forward. The close proximity to Chiron illuminates old wounds and gives energy and impetus for self healing. The Sun, always opposite the Moon at a full moon, is in Libra, the sign of harmony and balance, and is conjunct Venus goddess of beauty and attraction and ruler of Libra. This combination holds the potential for healing the feminine and healing relationship wounds as we heal our own core wounds, uphold our values and sustain healthy self focus in partnership. The broader picture shows the culmination …Continue reading →
All events here: https://linktr.ee/yoursoulpotential With all the planets from Jupiter outwards in retrograde there is a sense of slowing down both societally and personally. Retrograde motion is an opportunity to reflect, review, recharge and reshape. What and where can we rethink, renovate and reenergise? Slowing down can bring higher intensity as we delve more deeply and explore fresh insights and approaches. Things can appear out of left field with so much retrograde energy. There is a sense of two steps forward, one step back, allowing time for revising and integration. The Moon in Pisces conjuncts Neptune the modern ruler of …Continue reading →
All events here: https://linktr.ee/yoursoulpotential This full Supermoon highlights some long term astrological trends (Uranus North Node conjunction and Saturn Uranus square) as the energy intensifies from now until the end of the year, peaking in October. The Sun in Leo opposes the Moon in Aquarius, highlighting the creative tension between personal passion and heart centred creativity (Leo) and detached service to the collective (Aquarius). Aquarius Moon is original, often detached, freedom loving and needing space, valuing equality, fairness and community. The Moon is conjunct Saturn which can often feel constraining, serious and even depressing. On the positive side it can …Continue reading →
All events here: https://linktr.ee/yoursoulpotential This month’s full moon in Capricorn is the closest Supermoon of the year, where the Moon appears larger than at any other time during the year. This full moon highlights the Cancer Capricorn axis. The Sun is in Cancer conjunct Ceres Goddess of agriculture and the grain. Both Cancer and Ceres symbolise nurture, nourishment, family, caring, protection and reverence of nature. Ceres also highlights grief and loss. Neptune trines Sun Ceres, bringing a spiritual and creative quality, while Eris Goddess of Strife and Discord squares Ceres. The Moon is in earthy Capricorn, associated with practical tangible …Continue reading →
All events here: https://linktr.ee/yoursoulpotential This month’s full moon in Sagittarius is a Supermoon, where the moon appears larger than usual due to being at its closest proximity to the earth in its cycle. Symbolically this expands the moon’s influence and deepens its impact, making this an especially powerful and influential full moon. Sagittarius at its higher expression relates to higher learning, truth, justice, wisdom and freedom. Its ruler Jupiter is in fiery Aries; pushing us towards action, adventure and pastures new. With the ruler of Aries, Mars, also in Aries and widely conjunct Jupiter, impulsive actions could be taken; so …Continue reading →