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      The Libra Full Moon rises on March 28th, 2021, the first moon in Aries Season and the marking of the first moon cycle of the astrological year! 

      The Influence of Libra on the Moon:

      The seventh astrological sign is known for being balanced and just. Those ruling under this sign are thought to be sociable beings and usually quite rational in the way they approach challenges or daily activities. Use this energy to see where balance can be restored in your life.

      Regardless of what your moon sign is, chances are you’ll feel the impact of Libra’s influence on our lunar beauty. You may find yourself eager to patch up old quarrels and extend the metaphorical olive branch. We caution anyone who feels the need to become a mediator between two opposing parties to do so with care. Stepping into someone else’s mess can sometimes cause more harm than good should you not be equipped with the right tools. Instead, take an introspective look at the areas within your direct control to see if balance can be restored. 


      What this moon means for Fire Signs; Leo, Aries, Sagittarius:

      This might be a moment where you can find it easier to see where the other side is coming from. You’re a great communicator, so if there is a discussion you’ve been longing to have, now is a great time to hold space for it. While not everyone is suited to be the peacemaker, your compassion and genuine kindness can be a great asset in these moments. 


      What this moon means for Earth Signs; Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn:

      The recent time you’ve taken to dig deep for fulfillment is paying off. Now that you’ve come to understand your needs more clearly, see where you can take small moments to return the balance of work and play into your daily routine. Double check to make sure you’re within budget because giving too much time to either will leave you feeling drained both emotionally and financially. 


      What this moon means for Air Signs; Gemini, Libra, Aquarius:

      Your dreams and aspirations are close at hand and now is the moment to take charge of your own path. Make your needs known in both your personal and professional life. Gently show those who have overlooked your contributions that you won't be held back by their inability to see past their own egos. 


      What this moon means for Water Signs; Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces:

      This moment is about family and spending time with those who matter most to you. Slow down and express your gratitude to the ones in your life who support your most fanciful dreams. Thank the ones who know to respect the boundaries you’ve given and show them this gesture does not go unnoticed.




      As we come to a close on this moon cycle and enter into the next, the New Moon in Scorpio marks a perfect time to begin something new. Whether it’s bringing a fresh burst of optimism to your outlook on current events, or something as simple as clearing away the clutter to make room for new projects, any small changes you can make to prepare will be beneficial to you and those you surround yourself with. 

      The Moon’s relationship to Pluto is driving us forward with increased momentum to achieve our goals, and as we said in our last horoscope update, this is being felt across the signs. Make room to spread out and grow into who you are meant to become. Be wary not to burn those who want to genuinely support you and make an extra effort to keep communication open with the ones you love. A sense of community is crucial to stay healthy through this period.

      In other celestial news, the Leonid meteor shower is peaking this weekend through Nov. 17th! If you can get outside to observe them, we recommend finding dark skies before dawn (when the constellation Leo is highest in the sky) for the best viewing opportunities. This particular meteor shower is visible most years, but intensifies when the Comet Tempel-Tuttle is close to Earth. According to historians, this causes a meteor “storm” rather than a “shower” due to the denser conglomerate of meteors surrounding the true comet. 

      In 1966 observers said they “almost needed to grip the ground,” because the sensation of Earth’s movement through space during the Leonid storm was so strong. Imagine! If it’s anything like the illustration we discovered below, we can see what they mean. The last perihelion (the closest point to the sun) was in 1998, so we will have to wait until 2031 until Tempel-Tuttle comes around again, but we’re happy to wait!


       Leonid meteor storm, as seen over North America on the night of November 12-13, 1833. This woodcut was published in 1888 by E. Weib in his Bilderatlas der Sternenwelt (Illustrated Atlas of the Stars). Image via Wikimedia Commons.


      Cozy up with a falsa blanket to enjoy the show!

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      August 29th, 2015 Astrology & Energy: Full Moon in Pisces

      August 29th, 2015 Astrology & Energy: Full Moon in Pisces

      Happy SUPERMOON in Pisces!  This lunation invites you to consider the key phrase “I believe”. It is time to believe in your capabilities, believe in yourself, and to recognize that you get what you believe.  What do you believe is possible?  As Esther Abraham-Hicks says, “a belief is just a thought we keep thinking.”  So […]

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