This Pisces Full Moon is wired with feminine energies. This lunation is conjunct Chiron, the Wounded Healer. Chiron in Pisces brings up the wound our world is suffering under -- that we are not Spiritual beings, that there is no other reality than the material one patriarchy has given us, that we are unworthy of the great blessings spirit has bestowed on us.
The blessing of this wound is that we are finally remembering that we are children of the Goddess and the God, that we have a spiritual heritage that needs to be valued and lived.
The Pisces Moon forms a grand water trine with three of the major asteroids: Vesta and Ceres in Scorpio and Juno in Cancer. Vesta in Scorpio enhances our emotional power to help resolve outstanding relationship issues and find integration.
Vesta’s sexual energy is our kundalini energy, and we can transform this sexual energy into enlightenment and inner liberation when we come to know ourselves before we try to know and understand someone else.
Ceres symbolizes the power of growth and nurturance, the Mother Goddess who gives birth as well as deals death. In Scorpio, she nurtures through emotional intimacy that transforms and heals us as it takes us through the death of old negative feelings and aligns us with the truth of our hearts.
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Juno in Cancer nurtures our relationships and encourages emotional closeness. Aligned with the compassion of the Pisces Moon, Ceres nurturance and Vesta’s enlightenment, we will want to nurture the world and help heal it.
The Great Moon Mother shares with us an awareness of the woundedness of our world and asks our Virgo self, what we intend to do about it. Once we remember our inner Spirit, we are compelled to open ourselves to our spiritual destiny.
It is time to dispel the illusion that we are separate from each other and from the Earth. Pisces teaches us we are all One, just as we are individuals. The question this Pisces Full Moon poses us is why did we incarnate at this moment of human history? Is it to continue feeding the corporate machinery of patriarchy, or is it to dive deep within our humanness and remember our responsibility to Life.
Until Next Time,
True to her Fourth House Uranus, Chani grew up in an unconventional hippie community in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia, Canada. It's therefore no surprise that she found yoga at age 11, had her first astrology reading at 12 and was... read more