Full Moon August 2015

This month’s Full Moon occurs on August 29, 2015, at 12:35pm Mountain Daylight Time. The Moon is in Pisces, the sign of the Fish: watery, emotional, sensitive, intuitive. This Moon is close to perigee (closest point to the Earth), giving it “Supermoon” status (Space.com, timeanddate.com). Actually, this Moon is a super moon – the Pisces Moon is joined up with Neptune, the ruler of Pisces, enhancing its Piscean qualities. Joined with the Sun in Virgo is Jupiter, expanding and magnifying the discerning Virgo energies. This is an excellent time to get into a creative space: art, music, dance, spiritual work. We can combine the abundance of Virgoan fine-tuning and attention to detail with the flow of Piscean emotion and intuition to enhance our arts and endeavors. Watch out for being overly critical, hung up on details or inappropriately expressing emotion. Be on the lookout for deceptive practices as well. While Neptune and Pisces deal with, among other things, spirituality and trust, not everyone takes the high road. That said, this is a good time to be of service and share your gifts and talents with others.
Elsewhere in the skies we have Venus and Mars hooking up for some romance in Leo – a tendency toward drama in relationships is indicated. Impulse spending is possible as well. On September 5th the Sun waves to Pluto; this might be a good time to put some research into practical matters and get stuff done. On the 6th Venus turns direct! Hopefully the economy will begin to rebalance as she moves forward again, and perhaps we’ve relearned a lesson or two about how we connect – or don’t – in relationships. On the 8th Mars greets Uranus, which can break us out of our routine to bring us new experiences and a fresh perspective. On the 9th Mercury conflicts with Pluto – beware of harsh words, though communications may lead to transformation of thought.
Until the New,
By Jill K.


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