Under this Virgo full Moon a deep sensitivity to beauty, music, poetry, and romance – and possibly a muse-like relationship with your main source of inspiration – is highlighted.
The Sun in Pisces fuels this full Moon while “painting an impressionistic image.” Lines blur in ways that capture softer feelings of harmony and alignment – but not the exact photographic image, demarcating lines, or harsh outlines.
If there’s an imbalance between the Pisces Sun and Virgo Moon – a lack of grounding or disconnection between art, romance, creativity, and life itself – it’s time to rebalance the scales, end the relationship, or stop the madness.
Opening channels of communication seems important. Under this full Moon you may have to decide how much conventional realty you’ll agree to “buy into.”
If you find yourself playing a flawless role within the workplace while feeling increasingly detached, disengaged, or dissatisfied, it might be time to reconnect with the part of yourself that’s gotten lost, overwhelmed, or shell-shocked along the way.
Pallas, the asteroid of extreme intelligence and shrewd strategies is especially powerful with regard to restoring strong foundations, family ties, essential freedoms, and community activism.
Issues of war and peace are highlighted in the home, on the battle field, and within the fundamental realm of relationships.
Full Moons “pre-clear” the way for new beginnings. It’s a good time let go of what’s no longer working for you as you make room for what actually feels promising.
It’s important to mention that on on March 23rd, 2023 – after about 15 years in the rule-bound, inflexible, financially-driven sign of Capricorn, it’s Aquarius’s turn to “break the rules, to disrupt systems that fail the masses, to support communities, and to introduce a more enlightened way forward for yourself and others.