This Capricorn full moon has been KILLING me. Every time I go to work on my hustle, my hustle just deflates like a saggy old party balloon, except there was never any partying, and if there was I wasn’t invited but I heard they all had chocolate cake and elderflower gin and Channing Tatum was the stripper. I must have missed the invite, probably because I was FIXATED over my current career blocks. You see, this full moon is conjunct Pluto, the Lord of the Underworld, and boy have I just spent some time down there: fishing around for answers and eating tons of juicy pomegranates again. But like a…
With this week’s Aquarius Full Moon, we’re getting out of our comfort zones and into the new age of weird and wacky individuality. Ruled by Uranus, the sign of Aquarius is known for its wave-making radicalism and ability to shake up the tired and tame parts of yourself that you thought you could hide behind.
The full Moon in Capricorn is a tricky one and the contrast of emotion and ambition can bring all kinds of feelings and resistance to the surface. This full Moon should be an eye-opener into what you want to do with your life and how you can get your emotions to work with you in your ascent to the top.
This weekend the New Moon is in its home sign of sensitive Cancer, giving us chance to delve into the waters of our psyche to meet our inner child. In an astrological chart, the moon represents our deepest emotions; the murky unconscious, and in particular, the ingrained feelings of security we experience in our childhood.
If you haven’t already felt it, the moon is waxing towards full in Sagittarius on Saturday May 21st, bringing forth inspiration and growth in a huge way. As Sagittarius is ruled by Jupiter, the planet of aspirations and adventure, now is the perfect time to wave goodbye to negative patterns and welcome in a new you.
When the moon becomes full in Scorpio on April 21st it’s time to get our hands dirty and really take time out to explore the mysterious depths of our psyche; embracing and letting go of any negativity that may be festering there.