On March 7, 2023, at 12:40pm, GMT, there is a Full Moon taking place across Virgo-Pisces, the axis of service and devotion to something higher. Like every Full Moon, this one too is a culmination of the lunar cycle that started with the previous New Moon, that of February 20. We had written about that New Moon that it favoured endings rather than beginnings and, hence, it should have helped with letting go of past burdens, limitations or responsibilities, especially in view of the important chapter that seems to be opening as we approach the April 20, 2023, eclipse.
Fittingly, then, during the current Full Moon, Saturn, the planet associated with burdens and responsibilities, changes signs for good as he enters Pisces where he will remain until February 14, 2026, with an intervening break through the sign of Aries from May 25 2025 to August 31, 2025. Simply put, this means that we are now ready to take on new duties and responsibilities, which are likely to keep us occupied for almost the next three years. The assumption of new responsibilities is further linked to more general socio-political processes that involve large groups of people give that Pluto, an outer planet, also changes signs as he enters Aquarius on March 23.
Presently, with Uranus forming favorable aspects to the Full Moon axis, any new responsibilities seem to lead us to new unexplored horizons, causing some temporary anxiety or friction, mainly due to uncertainty or confusion (Mars square Neptune atop a T-square with the Full Moon axis). Nevertheless, to the extent that there is a spirit of service and devotion to something higher as well as willingness to reach a compromise, any confusion will be easy to overcome (Venus-Mars and Mercury-North Node sextiles). So then, what new responsibilities do you intend to assume and what new perspectives to consider?