A typical full moon in Gemini wants to solve problems, discern options, and move quickly. With this moon’s ruler, Mercury, in a square to Neptune, we are forced to move slowly through the fog until the haze clears.
Every full moon illuminates a potential polarity. With the full moon in Taurus, the sun is in Scorpio, bringing focus to the polarities of war and peace. By sitting with the discomfort, we can mediate them to find a place of healing.
There’s a common belief that to show up well in partnership means to sacrifice our own needs and goals. A CrossFit partner workout taught me that nothing can be further from the truth.
The full moon in Aries packs a punch, with the rulers of both the Moon and the Sun in challenging aspects that trigger upheaval, release, and change. Hang on for an activating ride.
The full moon in Pisces invites us to consider how we find flow within structure, and how we persist in the face of criticism or containment.
The full moon in Aquarius shows us that problems are best solved by stepping away from them so that we can see the full picture of seemingly unrelated events.
The full moon in Capricorn illuminates the Cancer-Capricorn axis and shows us what we need to create the foundation necessary to step out into the world and be visible in our work.