Lunar eclipses offer the culmination of cycles that have run their course. As such, they encourage us to let go of what is no longer serving us. With this particular eclipse we have the opportunity to transform our current state and move into a greater sense of who we truly are.
This is a week of assessment as we find ourselves questioning our lives and our ways of living and being. Circumstances and situations we have outgrown are coming to a close. As a result, there is an uncomfortable tension in the air which will be heightened...
Today’s Full Moon signifies a crucial turning point in our current evolutionary process. It is a time of important endings but also of new beginnings. As such illusions may shatter illuminating our lives and the adjustments we are required to make.
The Full Moon in May occurs in the astrological sign of Scorpio, with the Sun in Taurus. The union of Scorpio and Taurus energies brings a profound transformation that will facilitate the death of our old lives and the birth of our new.
The next wave of energy shifts arrives Monday, bringing opportunities to complete things and to celebrate progress to date. One thing to celebrate is the end of mercury retrograde. We also have a full moon in Virgo that's fully illuminated by the Pisces sun - powerful indeed!
As the world continues to unravel we are being urged to shift into a more conscious and balanced method of action. With the entrenched, unsustainable forms and outmoded patterns radically changing we are being encouraged to grow and trust our inner connection, our intuition.
November's Taurus full Moon occurs on November 4, and, it's a rather Jupiterian lunation. Jupiter, the planet of good luck, abundance and expansion, is conjunct the Sun and opposite the Moon, bringing with it a sense of optimism in amongst some of the more challenging energies that are around at this time.
A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon is full and its light is blocked by the earth’s shadow. Traditionally a time of fruition and harvest, an eclipsed full moon heralds instead hidden fruits and obscured results. Nothing is quite as it seems.