The Sun has moved into structured and diligent Virgo, and today (September 2nd) we have a soft and flowy Full Moon in the last sign of the zodiac; intuitive and creative Pisces.
And as you shift your focus from the fiery New Moon in Leo two weeks back, and start to dive into the watery sign of Pisces, you can literally feel your body soften, aligning with the fluidity of this mutable sign. The Energy of the Pisces Full Moon is intuitive, creative and dreamy, and as the lunar qualities of emotions and instincts reach their peak at a full moon, you get the opportunity to enter that place of stillness and dive in deep.
This Full Moon is a time to slow down, tune in, reset and recharge. To journey into the depths of your subconscious to better understand where you are, and where life is trying to lead you. Pisces is the 12th and last sign of the zodiac, and carries the energy of endings and finalizations. Thus, September’s Full Moon is urging us to close some doors, and to get rid of whatever holds us back, keeping us stuck in the past.
However, with the Full Moon strongly influenced by its conjunction to its ruler, Neptune you might feel more foggy and confused, than clear and assertive, with no clue of which doors to close and which to open. The key to clarity in times like this, is to try to not think too much. To stop grasping for answers and to surrender the constant need for control. This is life. It is uncertain. So instead of insisting on a certain outcome, let your life fall into place organically. You need to leave some room for the universe to work her magic.
And, remember, that even though Neptune and Pisces may seem foggy and unclear, they are both highly intuitive, making this a perfect time for introspection. Personally, I’ve come to love Neptune. He has definitely grown on me.
Neptune has a magnetic, enchanting energy, and, more importantly, he has depth. Neptune in many ways represents the journey into the unknown. The path of the mystic. Neptune doesn’t have structure like Saturn, and for us humans who generally like to know the outcome of all situations – especially our life – the fluidity of Neptune can be scary. But I’ve come to view Neptune like I view the spiritual path: You’re not supposed to know everything. It’s about trusting your path even when it is too dark to see the next step, knowing that everything will be revealed at the perfect time.
And experience has thought me that “foggy” in most cases is simply “not supposed to know yet”. It is about trusting the timing of your life, knowing that nothing is random in the Universe. And the same can be said for Pisces. Pisces, as it’s ruler, Neptune, is connected to those deep depths of the psyche and the subconscious. I like to compare them to the ocean, as both Neptune’s and Pisces’ energy has many resemblances to the sea: It can knock you over – or you can learn how to surf the wave. You may feel it overwhelming, scary and drowning – or you can learn how to float in this sea. You can escape far up onto the beach to “play it safe” or you can learn how to swim.
In the same way we fear the power and depth of the ocean, or the intensity of the intuitive and intangible energy of Neptune and Pisces we are often scared of the depth of our own psyche, and the strength of our true powers. And, it is this fear of the unknown, of what might arise if we don’t stay in control, that leads us into the escapism that they both are so (in)famous for. Because diving deep under the surface is scary. You never know what you may find there. So, you can try to escape – through too much work or sex or drugs or drinks or shopping – whatever keeps you occupied from yourself – or you can find the courage to dive under the surface and embrace the beauty and enchantment of another universe. The choice is always yours.
There is no need to be fearful though. Take a deep breath, let out a big sigh, dive in, and trust that you will be just fine. Find that state of complete surrender, simply allowing the energy of the enchanting Pisces Moon to open and awaken you.
And, remember, as always, a Full Moon is Sun opposing Moon, which means the Sun now is in earthy and practical Virgo. So, if the energies of the Full Moon at any time gets too much, you can always draw on the more grounded Virgo energy. It’s all about the balance after all ♡
Happy Full Moon lovelies!
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