“The September 13-14th Full Moon falls in the sign of Pisces and holds the potential to be deeply transformative and illuminating.
This year the September Full Moon is also referred to as the Harvest Moon, as it is the last Full Moon before the Equinox.
Harvest Moons are always cleansing, so if there is something you no longer wish to take with you into the new season, this is the perfect time to release and let it go.
Falling in the watery sign of Pisces, this Full Moon is a sensitive one and may trigger unresolved or unexpressed emotions. We may also feel deeply sensitive and find it hard to not absorb the emotions of the world around us.
While this level of sensitivity can be difficult at times, under this Pisces Full Moon if we allow these feelings to come and go as visitors, rather than trying to control them, we may discover that our emotions, whether they come from us or not, have a message or a lesson for us to appreciate and learn from.
Pisces energy also rules over the feet, so if we find ourselves feeling too emotional or sensitive, grounding exercises such as walking barefoot on the grass or even taking a moment to acknowledge how our feet hold and support us may bring some relief.
The symbol for Pisces is two fish swimming in opposite directions. Although they swim their own separate ways, they work as a team and are connected through a spiritual cord. Using their intuitive senses, they can see through each other’s eyes and know what the other is thinking, feeling, and experiencing.
One fish swims in a downward direction, reminding us to stay rooted and present in reality, but the other swims in an upward direction, reminding us that there is so much more to life and realms beyond this one.
We need to root ourselves to the Earth and be present in this physical reality that we live in. But, we also need to remember that this life is temporary, filled with unknowns, and not entirely what it seems.
The best way to navigate through this Full Moon is to be open to new information and to remember that life is a constant journey of learning.”
~Tanaaz, excerpt from Forever Conscious
Art by Christian Schloe