This full moon has us standing on a precipice–we can jump, let go of the familiar and walk toward the unknown, or just hang out at the edge and find an RV. Just camp out where you are, call it home, and know opportunity was knocking–but you were tired.
When the Sun is under the constellation of Libra, it puts the full moon in Aries. Aries always says jump, risk, be bold; Libra says: peace at all costs, stay comfortable and do not rock the boat. Which will it be?
I am watching my life change. The winds of change arrived and I am beginning the writing process again. I had to when a publishing company called me and asked me to do so. For all of us, the seasons are shifting.
For me personally, I am noticing my hair is finally showing up with some gray. Unlike so many friends my age who think it’s necessary to hide it–to cover up their gray–I am in love with mine. I know how they got there: by jumping off cliffs, letting my ego sit to the side as my soul took me down scary pathways. No worries, my own color has remained strong, representing the part of me that just will not age. I am perpetually young because every day I use my own personal moon in Aries (which is what is happening today) to keep my kid happy and engaged. I play every day.
We always have two sides. The one that says: go for it (Aries). You have only one life and who cares what happens? Age is just a number. Then Libra says: wait, why take an impulsive jump into the abyss when I can find comfort right here in the familiar?
You do not need to jump far. Just in the playground of your relationships—a true Libra assignment.
Can you speak up? Can you take the risk to say out loud or in a love note: I am so in love with you. I need no excuse to say it. The Sun in Libra has inspired my heart to speak. Or how about saying: I am not feeling our connection anymore and I just can’t pretend. Let’s talk.
It’s one of two choices: to take the plunge into wet land, where you encounter strong emotions, or to stay up there on dry land, play with business as usual and hold down the fort. The Stars are asking for action.
There are two planets exactly opposite (always occurs during a full moon). What is unusual is that Saturn is in Capricorn and in perfect geometric design to the Sun and Moon. Saturn is the third planet to make 90 degrees to the others—literally looking like a capital T in the sky. Two planets opposite, and the third 90 degrees to them both. During this sky, that large T-square asks us to be proactive and it propels us to ACT.
I challenge all of you to reach out to your most important person: it could be your mom, your kid, or your coworker–and just say to them: I understand the stars have set us up for a powerful conversation about ______ (whatever has been on your mind).
Either you are so grateful to them: what a great time to scream it out (Moon in Aries), or you need to spill the beans: and start with…this full moon is all about relationships and ours is either so good, or so needs attention–I thought I’d use the power of the stars to have a deep, intimate conversation (Libra).
Then write to us and tell us how that goes. I love to hear these stories of our heart and how we do the work to change relationships. We take full responsibility for bringing the story/drama/fear into our lives. No one else is doing anything to you. Promise. You take the lead.
If ever there were a full moon asking us to ACT–it’s now. How can you bring somebody closer to you by speaking to the unspeakable?