Libra Full Moon: Healing Our Hearts
A potent Libra Full Moon arrives on Sunday, at 11:48 am Pacific Time, falling exactly opposite the Sun, Venus, and Chiron, all at 8o Aries.
This magnificent line-up of planets is offering healing support after a fiery first week of Aries Season, which triggered passion, disruption, anger, and even violence. Luckily, the Libra Moon is offering much-needed harmony, a welcome counterbalance to the Aries stellium. We now have the chance to make peace, heal our hearts and relationships, reconnect with loved ones, and return to empathy. We can own and acknowledge our outbursts and impulsivity, and remedy them with Libra’s gentle love, acceptance, and fairness. We can feel the Moon shining on our broken hearts, as we step up to help and protect each other if we can, as we undergo this challenging period of transition. An auspicious Grand Air Trine is forming between the Full Moon, Mars, and Saturn, further supporting us with stability and flow. With great care, we can create practical plans for moving forward. We can negotiate and find the middle ground, while also asserting our boundaries and desires, with clarity and courage.
The axis of Libra-Aries is all about self vs. others, saying no vs. saying yes, clarity of intention vs. uncertainty as to what to choose. We can find the balance now between caring more for ourselves and recognizing how we affect those closest to us. We can look for the healthiest options as we draw our various lines in the sand, with decisiveness and love. Aries also rules war, while Libra rules justice. Aries is fearless and confrontational, while Libra yearns for peace and compromise. We are all a bit tired now—tired of our divided beliefs, tired of fighting, tired of misinformation.
The Libra Moon is inviting us to rest our minds in space, integrating our anger in healthy ways, so we can replenish and carry on. Meanwhile, Chiron is a major player during this Full Moon. He’s the Wounded Healer who teaches us how to come home from our jagged edges, then show others how to do the same. As Chiron joins Venus, planet of love, he is helping to assuage any loneliness, heart pain, panic, or rejection we may have experienced as of late. Chiron teaches us that we can’t heal our deepest wounds unless they’re triggered, so we might take a moment to appreciate our broken hearts. As we invite our feelings to rise as our honored guests, we can receive their messages of insight and compassion. We can release our shame and appreciate the wild waves of our inner children. Your Weekly Dose Of Wellness Receive the latest savings, events, herbal education and 10% Off your first purchase. Birthing pains remain very present as we continue this transition into a new age in humanity. With ingenuity, bravery, and heart, we are beginning to reinvent society and find more mature, effective, and meaningful ways to heal ourselves, our relationships, society, and the Earth herself. This Full Moon is a powerful catalyst in these pursuits. May this Libra Full Moon fill our hearts with acceptance and healing as we learn to engage in healthy confrontation, with ourselves and others. Feeling the tension between our loneliness and love, may we take this opportunity to clarify our values and prepare for the world to open up into a warm embrace. For more than twenty years, Juliana McCarthy has been studying and practicing Western Astrology, finding it to be a powerful tool for self-exploration and examining how we relate to others. She loves working with people to help them understand their authentic selves—their complexities, gifts, karma, and life paths. In particular, she finds Astrology to be helpful for major transitions, unexpected life changes, and for better understanding relationships—romantic and otherwise. Juliana also practices Energy Healing, using a blend of Reiki and shamanic methods. She helps facilitate powerful breakthroughs by clearing blockages around physical, spiritual, relationship, and emotional difficulties. A longtime student of Tibetan Buddhism, she's an avid meditator and spiritual practitioner.
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