The Pisces full moon and lunar eclipse window is open. Exact at 12:05PM PDT on Friday, September 16th, how this lunation impacts you will vary based on where it lands in your chart.
Shiny sun and mental Mercury in Virgo stare down the sensitive moon conjunct wounded healer Chiron in the emotional, watery depths of Pisces, and both ends of this see-saw square passionate Mars in the truth seeking sign of Sagittarius, creating what is known as a mutable T square. Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces are mutable signs, so named because they represent the energy of the changing seasons. As an example, right now the sun is in Virgo and the season (at least in the northern hemisphere) is summer, but in a week’s time the sun will enter Libra and Fall will begin. Virgo energy supports transition. So does Sagittarius, the sign that the sun is in during late Fall until it enters Capricorn on the winter solstice and the season of winter officially begins, and the sun is in Pisces during late winter until the spring equinox when it moves into Aries and spring begins.
T square energy is the dynamic tension that gets us up off the couch and address something that’s gone from mildly annoying to incredibly irritating, and we are likely all at that point by now as this mutable T square has been in place for a while. It’s frustrating, it feels like nothing is settled, and there is so much to do, so many things to address, we are not sure where to start.
We are likely to feel fired up, fed up, and ready to speak up, however, we are not likely to see the outcome that we want if we blow up. Remember to breathe, stay grounded, and choose your battles. The purpose of the pressure points that you have been noticing is to get your attention so that you’ll spend some time reflecting on how you are really feeling.
Moon in Pisces might find it challenging to discern what emotions are mine and what are not mine. Check in with yourself. I do this by placing my hand on my belly and inwardly asking myself the question “whose (insert emotion here) is this?”
We are also experiencing the last in a series of squares between stern, structured Saturn and nebulous Neptune which could add to potential confusion – or it could offer the opportunity to look at things in a new way. It could also simply feel confusing, and that’s OK, too, for in time things will become clearer and make more sense.
This is the last in the current series of eclipses that make up this fall’s eclipse season. You’ve heard me say this a lot in the past few months, but eclipses are like re-set buttons; often information that was hidden from us is revealed. In the aftermath, we adapt, we face parts of ourselves we weren’t familiar with and tap into strengths we didn’t know we had. In short – we grow.
Stay present and notice what arises.
Much love and many blessings,