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September 13, 2019 — The Pisces Full Moon arrives on Friday at 9:35pm Pacific Time, eliciting a well of deep feelings, confusion, and sensitivity. The Moon is conjunct Neptune, square to Jupiter, and opposite the many planets falling in Virgo, clouding the Virgin’s usual lucidity and precision. On top of this, Mars is directly opposite Neptune, thwarting our action and clarity of direction. We may feel tired or drained by a cacophony of information and communication, or even by our own flurry of internal thoughts.
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However, this is not the time to check out or escape. It’s time to meditate, rest, find center, and practice self-care. We can allow ourselves ample room to emote and grieve, without definitive fixes or answers. We’re ultimately learning to dissolve our aggression, busyness, and rigid beliefs so we can establish greater peace, both within ourselves and in the world.
Jupiter in Sagittarius is highlighting our fixed beliefs, as Neptune dislodges them. We can release our dogma and return to open-hearted, unconditional love and oneness. Whatever our metaphors for spiritual experience—God or goddesses, religion, or personal connection—we’re all in this together, with access to the same energies of Love. Genuine spiritual understanding is never a reason to fight or harm others. The planets are encouraging us to lay down our arms of fundamentalism and see where we converge—where we meet on common ground.
This Moon is also offering a beautiful moment for healing—physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Whatever we’ve learned on our own paths of struggle, we can now offer that to others as we recognize our interdependence more and more. There is never ‘me’ versus ‘you’ on a true spiritual paths. Any triggers we experience are opportunities to heal and surrender more, as we take greater responsibility and hold others accountable at the same time.
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