Friday 14 June 2019

Full Moon across Gemini-Sagittarius: The Last One before the Eclipses…

On June 17, 2019, at 8:30 am, GMT, there is a Full Moon taking place across the mental axis of Gemini-Sagittarius, with the Sun being in Gemini and the Moon in Sagittarius. Just as it happens with every Full Moon, this one too culminates procedures that started at the previous New Moon (June 3) and calls for us to find the right balance between opposing forces. Moreover, the current Full Moon is the last one before the upcoming eclipse period that begins with the solar eclipse on July 2, 2019. Therefore, many people seem to have increased anxiety about settling pending issues that will enable them to open or close an important chapter in their lives come July.

Currently, the Full Moon illuminates the fluidity that began at the previous New Moon and poses dilemmas regarding the extent of the range or impact we would like our communications and travels to have. Thus, short and long journeys as well as communications or agreements with people that live nearby and far away will be among the dilemmas of the current Full Moon and will be the cause of some anxiety.

In the midst of all these communications and journeys, the main source of anxiety seems to be the need for emotional security under conditions of threatened material security (Mercury-Mars in Cancer opposing Saturn-Pluto-South Node). At the same time, the search for legitimacy does not seem to bring the desired emotional security and tranquility (Jupiter in Sagittarius quincunx Mercury in Cancer, the Sun’s dispositor). However, a relaxed, flexible and adaptable approach provides a way out even if it does so at the expense of legitimacy (Neptune atop ambivalence trine in square with Jupiter)...

Finally, financial agreements and exchanges seem thwarted but they promise success in the near future as long as there is moral integrity (unaspected Venus conjunct Aldebaran). In any case, we wish you enjoy the Full Moon and we hope it equips you with enough negotiating ability for the demanding eclipses that are about to come!

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