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Full Moon in Aries // 09.27.15

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September 27th 2015 will be a night to remember. Not only will we be presented with a Supermoon, but it will also be a Blood/Harvest moon and it will be paired with a total lunar eclipse!! It is also the closest the moon will be to Earth this year, and it will be the last lunar eclipse of 2015. Sound intense? It will be. 

This full moon in Aries arrives like the emperor charging in with his chariot ablaze. He is a warrior, a conquerer, and he is tired of waiting. In his path he clears obstacles one by one with bravery and passion fueling his heart. Now is not the time for self-doubt and fear, we must be brave like the emperor and embrace the changes coming. For many of us, we have been preparing, dreaming, making lists, analyzing, carefully calculating…finally the time has come for action.

Lets all take a moment to think back to April of this year (new moon in Aries). What were our intentions? What were the big dreams that we felt were so impossible, yet so close to us? Aries has come full circle now and this annual Full moon in Aries will be supported greatly by many planets sitting in other fire signs. We will be filled with passion, drive, and clarity. Decisions to finally end one project and began another will take place. 

For those of us that find ourselves in limbo, situations and truths come in with a vengeance. They come into our lives to wake us up, to shake up our complacent attitudes. We have been in limbo for far too long, fear and uncertainty have held us back from our own potential. We needed something to encourage us to find our own inner strength and finally take the leap.  This is not about impulsive decision-making and radical rebellion, but more about discovering the courage and faith to make the first step.

This full moon stirs up passion and movement in us all, so it is wise to remember that the Sun sits in the beautiful partnering sign of balanced Libra. While we are focused on our lives and charging our paths, let it not be at the expense of our relationships (business, family, or personal). This is a great time to practice bravery, which is standing up for what is right, in a diplomatic way. It is delivering the truth that others may not want to hear with compassion, it is learning to be assertive in our decision-making not combative and aggressive, which can stir unwanted chaos. 

If we are brave enough to start following a path that we know is true to ourselves then we will feel less likely that we must justify or convince others that we are right. Within our truest self, we will find that we can conquer our biggest obstacles and achieve our highest dreams. 

*as always, this post was written by our lovely lunar contributor, Monica Lily. 

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