Posts tagged Phases of the moon
FULL MOON in Sagittarius

artwork by Savannah KIng

SAGITTARIUS Full Moon | Sagittarius is the explorer, the wisdom seeker, the story weaver, forever in search of new lands, literally and/or metaphorically. This Full Moon, conjunct Mars retrograde and opposite the witty, curious, chatty Sun in Gemini and Venus in earthy, weighted Taurus packs a punch. Seemingly frustrated by our lack of forward movement (4 planets retrograde still), we may feel the desire to preach or "tell it like it is." But there are many sides to a story, and righteousness, while sometimes admirable, rarely leads to deeper connection (Donald Trump was born during a Sagittarius Full Moon). There is a strong divide in the sky, a you vs. me mentality reigns supreme. Where in our lives are we determined to be right, no matter the cost? What if we reframed our position, spun it from another view? What are the stories we're telling ourselves about who and what we are, the possibilities of our lives and our values? And how can we continue to adapt, recognizing that certainty is an illusion, born from fear? "Life will be a great and continuous unfolding," Cheryl Strayed wrote. What's the latest chapter?

Insight by Danielle Beinstein and The New Moon Circle

New Moon In Aries

Savannah King

"New Moon in ARIES | Feeling the need to break free, to unshackle yourself and start anew? This is the burst into Spring we've been waiting for. Aries is the warrior, the go getter that leaps into the unknown, discovering the world and itself in the process. We can expect the unexpected with this one, with Uranus conjunct, Saturn retrograde trine and transformative Pluto square, as we're called forward in profound and daring ways. Who are we now versus who we were in 2012? Are we finally ready to release all the limiting beliefs and stale ideas that are holding us back? Where can we commit to radical change, to finally saying yes to ourselves, our desires and our dreams? And where are we willing to go all in, to start the journey, even if all we know is the very first step?" Daneille Beinstein