Full Moons are a time of clarity and insight, as the lunar orb shines light on the darkness. On February 25, the full Moon is in detail-oriented, solitude-loving Virgo, and you may find yourself wanting to work alone or having to go solo on a project when you’d expected help.
Virgo is a self-sufficient sign, so you’re likely to discover just how much you’re capable of now. Virgo is about hands-on service and taking care of loved ones. Don’t shirk your responsibilities now. The gift of a Virgo full Moon is that it helps you see how to be as productive as possible.
Virgos tend to be perfectionists, so this full Moon might bring insecurities to the surface. Rather than internalizing fears, share them. Talk things over with a trusted friend, co-worker or family member. You’ll be surprised how much is revealed as you offload. Streamlining your schedule will bring relief.
This full Moon also includes a strong connection with lucky Jupiter, presenting many opportunities but also making us vulnerable to overextending ourselves. The light of the full Moon helps us see what we’ve been missing, and pieces of the puzzle come together. Step away from areas where you’ve taken on too much, and you’ll discover the energy you need to power through the projects that matter most.
Most importantly, keep your expectations in check during this ambitious Virgo full Moon. If you can celebrate progress rather than perfection, you’ll enjoy this as a time to pat yourself on the back for all your achievements.
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Stephanie Gailing combines her knack for astrological insights with her background as a nutrition/wellness consultant, guiding clients towards self-awareness, personal empowerment, and optimal well-being. She’s the author of Planetary... read more