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A Moon and Three Planets Helping You Move On...

Updated: Dec 12, 2022

In this blog post, I want to talk about the upcoming aspects that are interacting with this month's Full Moon in Leo.


As this month's Full Moon takes place on one side of our skies, Saturn lines up on the opposite side. One thing I keep saying every month about the Full Moon is that it is a time for harvesting, seeing results, and letting things go. It is a time when completion is prominent. A time to rest and rejuvenate too. With Saturn in the mix this month, we are forced to slow down and face lessons that need dealing with. The light from the Full Moon will not let us hide our heads in the sand. It is now time to finally let go of what we have been grabbing onto the last threads of. It will feel like the end of an era.


The Saturn opposite Moon link plays a prominent role in all our transiting charts and I talk about what it means for each sign in my latest newsletter (to subscribe, click here).


As difficult as it may be to let go, there is some help in the skies that will aid us with these changes. Jupiter makes a lovely link to Uranus in the form of a sextile aspect. This aspect is when the planets are 60 degrees away from each other. It is a harmonious and calm link that can make this transition less harsh in some respects. With Jupiter and Uranus making an exact connection on 18th February 2022, we are being urged to look at our growth through our ideals and intuition. It is time to think outside of the box and see things from a different point of view.


Of course, our world has been under constant change during this pandemic. Now we are guided to look inwards and at the changes within ourselves. There may have been something you wanted to do, possibly in a new way that you just haven’t gotten around to doing yet. There may be something new you want to start but felt you couldn't move forward. So the link between Jupiter and Uranus is perfect timing to look at those signs that you have been ignoring. Saturn is jumping up and down saying, “Hello! Now that the Full Moon has the spotlight on me, listen to what I’m trying to say!” Saturn will probably say just what I have been saying above...it is time to let go.


In letting go, we create a vacuum. The Universe abhors a vacuum and will always find a way to fill that void. It is time to let go, to bring in the new. I couldn’t think of anything more exciting and optimistic than that.


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