Now in Sagittarius season, the Sun radiates optimism and spontaneity activating our desire for freedom, adventure and personal growth. Aligning in opposition to the Sun, the brilliant light of the Full Moon in Gemini brings us to a peak of emotional awareness and mental agility; poised on the edge, knowing we need to keep our heart and mind open, as we boldly initiate new endeavors.
Symbolized by The Twins, this Gemini Moon and Sagittarius Sun lunar phase highlights the dual nature of intuition and logic of Gemini with the expansive nature of Sagittarius exploring the world for wisdom and meaning. Both signs are seekers of knowledge and truth that benefit from releasing certainty.
Mercury, currently in Sagittarius rules this Moon increasing the overall optimistic tone of this phase. Energizing our mental outlook to expand our knowledge and have meaningful connection, thoughts stir up feelings and feelings activate our desire for deeper understanding in relationships. Neptune in Pisces in aspect to Mercury feeds inspiration and creativity, but also confusion or misunderstandings. Be wary of assuming or carelessness in conversations or important decision making, especially with significant others.
Mars and the Sun, both in Sagittarius form a dynamic counterpoint of passionate courage and positivity creating a tense awareness with the Full Moon in Gemini. This interplay between thought and action also initiates the ability to stand up for yourself, set healthy boundaries or speak your mind and heart.
Saturn, the planet of reality currently in the sign of Pisces, requires discipline to compassion and our spiritual lives. Challenging the mental exuberance and emotional activity of this lunar phase, Saturn sends a sober message; in silence, connect to intuition and higher guidance in navigating changes or decisions.
During this active Full Moon, your mind may race and information can overflow, taking you in too many directions leading to overwhelm and anxiety. You may feel the need to assert yourself or defend your beliefs. Make the effort to meditate or ground yourself in spiritual practice. In that space, see what comes to mind; question yourself and your motives, examine fresh perspectives and your true feelings. Embrace curiosity and flexibility, keeping your heart and mind open to potential changes and unexpected opportunities. In sharing your feelings, listen first and more with a willingness to look at all angles or options. With courage, release any dogmatic convictions that close the door on new information that can change your outlook or decisions in an important and meaningful way.
Trust that in mindful, active engagement there can be some type of clarity and heartfelt clearing; a shedding of outdated perceptions and ideologies leading to a new level of emotional and mental freedom, wellbeing and happiness.