The Full Moon in Libra of March 21, 2019
The first Full Moon after the Spring Equinox shines upon us in the sign of Libra, the sign of Balance, Love and Harmony.
The Sun in Aries is opposite the Moon in Libra.
Aries is about the SELF and Libra is about the OTHER.
It is about the EGO versus RELATIONSHIPS and the challenge to maintain your identity in every kind of relationship.
A relationship should be based on equivalence.
Just being yourself in marriage or love relationship is not always easy.
It is often a matter of back and forth like the scales of Libra.
The Full Moon in Libra is taking stock. In ourselves as well.
Nature comes back to life, but everything is still very quiet, young and vulnerable.
Vulnerable is that balance, which can be disturbed by negative external influences and that goes double for us.
The Sun in Aries is conjunct the fixed star Scheat and the Moon is conjunct the fixed star Markeb in the constellation Argos and forms an inconjunction with Uranus in Taurus.
These fierce energies bring the Full Moon out of balance and can lead to unpredictable events, emotional instability and insomnia.
We are also inclined to exaggerate and ignore well-meant advice.
The turning point of early Spring, Mercury retrograde in Pisces and the Sun in Aries conjunct Scheat makes traveling a challenge.
The quincunx of the Full Moon with Uranus in Taurus reveals the naked truth.
The unfair truth won’t be be easy to accept, but anyway, it will be a revelation.
The dynamic and challenging square between Venus in Aquarius and Mars in Taurus is passionate, however this could lead to frustration, manipulation and a lack of self-control for all forms of relationships. Strong egos in love relationships, business relationships or other commitments are confronted with shortcomings, but leave little room for forgiveness or compromise.
The line between love and hate is and remains very thin.
Frustrations and physical tension can best be channeled by being sporty or creative.
Venus in Aquarius sextile Jupiter in Sagittarius somehow releases all that tension.
Venus and Jupiter on the axis 23º Aquarius/Sagittarius shows once again that the road of healthy compromise will prove to be the best road to take.
Happy Full Moon!