If the sun is in Pisces, and the Moon is full, any astrologer will know that this full moon is hanging out in the constellation called Virgo. The two are opposing—180 degrees apart—implying that they speak in opposite languages.
One is fluid, poetic—sounds like a rapper. Pisces speaks in broken rhythms, cryptic, small, bite-sized bits. It uses art, music, jewelry and great decorating as its specialty.
Virgo is its opposite: the analyst, organized accountant, nutritionist or student. Virgo is the scientist who memorizes details.
The Sun is 93 million miles away from our crazy blue-green planet. Virgo would know that the full moon this month falls at 1 degree for both the Sun and the Moon. They just ‘know’ little details—they remember or they write it down on 3×5 cards. Meanwhile, Pisces is dreaming, looking up at the night sky saying: “Wow, let’s write a poem to the Moon,” as they drift off into silence having a love affair with an image.
One dreams, the other brings the dream into form.
I love this combo. I have applied its influence. I dreamed that one day I would have a school. I didn’t understand the details: I just knew in my heart of hearts for years and years that I had a dream (that’s my MLK Pisces).
My Virgo just kept on working. I must have done at least one session every day of the week for years and years…thousands of sessions. Little did I know that all the hard work would pay off one day in ways I couldn’t have imagined.
You never know, do you Pisces, just how your dreams will come true. You can’t see details—you just know that your heart calls you to walk in the dark without looking back or even really knowing where you are going.
Virgo says: let’s make a plan Stan. Let’s have a schedule and structure in place to fulfill the dream. Write it down, ask for help. I can’t say that I manifested our school, by following a plan Stan. I followed my heart.
That’s been going on for a very long time. I trust so much that if I just keep giving, if I just keep serving, if I just keep loving, eventually there will be magic.
It gets exhausting on this planet to have faith when there is so little evidence that we are evolving. There are so many times it looks like we are stagnant or stuck—as a collective, as individuals, as a species.
Honestly, said the Pisces, never let go of the dream. I see a world where we can trust each other. I see a world where we know who our people are. We have friends and family that have our backs. I see a time that we will know how to let go when the cycle is over and the shelf life demands that we let go.
This full moon is a time to celebrate what we have. I’m celebrating that our school starts this week. Tell me what you are celebrating. Tell me what your dreams are…I love to read your feedback.