28.03.2021

Each full moon is a revelation all of its own, casting an unrelenting light that bathes our rebirthing earth unequivocally. Little can be hidden for long from her blazing gaze. Making her presence felt well before her peak, this month’s full moon in Libra is a sweet soporific conjuring beauty and balance from even the most unlikely corners.
The Libran full moon rises opposite the holy trinity of the Sun, Venus and Chiron in Aries. Each in their own way initiating us into a new relationship with the self. The Sun at his annual start line igniting fresh fire in our bellies. Chiron transforming old identity wounds into gleaming scar tissue that strengthens purpose and the power of overcoming. Venus post cazimi inviting us into a new relationship with our hummingbird heart space, as queen of the peak.
Cycles within cycles conspire to nudge us beyond what we think we know. The grand air trine of Mars in Gem, Saturn in Aquaria and the full moon triangulates her influence. Easing us into real world action that firms up fresh foundations. All the better to reflect evolving mindsets, married to the innate wisdom of heart and soul.
The Libra full moon calls us into right relationship with it all. Crafting a unique balance between ourselves and the many others, whomever or whatever they each may be. Coaxing love and connection from us, even if only by lighting up what yet holds us back from its full presence in our lives. Asking us to tend it all with kind eyes seeking an inclusive symmetry that turns away from none of it.
The everloving arms of Mama Moon loom larger as her perigree draws her closer to us. Her beauty leaves us in the state of grace borne of wonder. Tonight you can reach out and touch her, and listen too for her whispering sweet somethings into your dreams.
As if you were
on fire
from within,
the moon lives
in the lining
of your skin
~ Neruda
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Art: Angi Sullins and Dilas Toball
Words c. Kerrie Basha 2021