A Full Moon enlightens the sky and ignites our passions on *Saturday.
With the Moon in me-oriented Aries opposing the Sun in we-oriented Libra, our relationships register high on our radar.
And, try as we may, with the Full Moon tying into the r/evolutionary Uranus/Pluto square and Saturn in its last days of Libra, we aren’t able to run away from attending to the needs of our partnerships. There’s a potent feeling that stirs from below the surface—calling us to take responsibility and show up as our real selves, declaring who we are and what we need.
This may spark deep-seated fears. And yet we’re urged from within to not only face them but also shed them, those self-imposed concerns that may have held us back from truly connecting with other people (and maybe even that special someone). It is in this process that we may receive the greatest of the surprises that the day promises—that what we have spent so much time shying away from really wasn’t anything to so profoundly fear. We may realize in an Aha! moment, in fact, that it required greater energy to not deal with something than it did to face it head on. That’s not to say that the day may not yield tension and require concentrated effort to bring about resolve. It likely will—but the investment should be well worth it.
If you’re looking to inspire some calm during this Aries Full Moon, here are some Astro-Apothecary Wellness Suggestions:
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* Full Moon occurs exactly on Saturday, September 29 at 8:19 pm Pacific Daylight Time.
**The information presented in this article should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health condition or disease and is not intended as a substitute for consulting with your physician or healthcare provider.
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