This is courtesy of our Circle, Dark Goddess Collective, an offering to enjoy this full moon ~ Kaycee
The archetypal energetics of a full moon is flavored by the various impacts of other planets in other signs. This full moon in Libra is going to be impacted by a Sun conjunct Chiron in Aries. Let’s go a bit deeper into each and then see how this astrology could impact us. Ready? Let’s go!
The Full Moon
The archetype of the Moon in astrology is often associated with the realm of emotions, intuition, and the unconscious. As one of two luminaries (the other being the sun), the Moon is known to reflect our emotional state and our inner world, and its cycles can mirror the ebb and flow of our own emotional landscape. In the context of the full moon, the archetype of the Moon can be amplified, as it reaches its peak of fullness and illumination.
The Full Phase
In the context of the full moon, the archetype of the Moon can be amplified, as it reaches its peak of fullness and illumination. The full phase of the Moon is also significant, as it represents a moment of culmination, completion, and fulfillment. This phase marks the climax of the lunar cycle, and can be seen as a time of harvest, where the seeds planted during the new moon phase come to fruition. In the context of the full moon in Libra with the Sun conjunct Chiron in Aries, this phase could bring a sense of resolution, integration, and balance to the energies that have been building up over the previous weeks.
Balance and Harmony
Libra is the sign of balance, harmony, and relationships, and the full moon in Libra often highlights issues related to partnerships, fairness, and justice. With the Sun conjunct Chiron in Aries, there may be a need to balance individual needs and desires with the needs of others, and to find ways to reconcile conflicts and differences. The energy of Libra could help to bring a sense of diplomacy, tact, and compromise to the situation, while the presence of Chiron in Aries may bring up old wounds or issues around assertiveness, self-identity, or leadership.
Healing and Integration
Chiron is often associated with the archetype of the wounded healer, and its presence in Aries can bring up issues around identity, self-expression, and self-healing. With the Sun conjunct Chiron, there may be an opportunity to integrate and heal old wounds or traumas, and to find new ways of expressing oneself authentically. The energy of the full moon in Libra could help to bring a sense of balance and perspective to this process, and to foster a sense of connection and support with others.
Renewal and Transformation
Aries is the sign of new beginnings, courage, and action, and with the Sun conjunct Chiron in this sign, there may be a sense of urgency or momentum towards change or transformation. The full moon in Libra could provide a sense of reflection and perspective on what needs to be changed or transformed, and can help to bring a sense of balance and harmony to the process. This energy could also bring up issues around independence, self-reliance, and self-assertion, which may need to be reconciled with the need for partnership and collaboration.
Creativity and Self-Expression
The Sun represents the archetype of the self, and its conjunction with Chiron in Aries can bring up issues around self-expression, creativity, and authenticity. With the full moon in Libra, there may be a need to find ways to express oneself in a way that is both true to oneself and respectful of others. The energy of Libra could help to bring a sense of aesthetics, beauty, and social grace to this process, while the presence of Chiron could provide a sense of depth, intensity, and healing to one’s creative
Full Moon in Libra Flavors of 2023
The archetype of the full moon in Libra can also bring up issues related to relationships, partnerships, and social harmony. Libra is known for its desire for balance and fairness, and the full moon could amplify these energies, inviting us to reflect on our own relationships and how we can find greater harmony and understanding with others. The Sun conjunct Chiron in Aries could also bring up issues related to identity, self-expression, and healing, which may need to be integrated and reconciled with our need for connection and collaboration with others.
Overall, the archetype of the full moon in Libra with the Sun conjunct Chiron in Aries could be seen as a moment of balance, healing, and transformation, where we are invited to integrate our inner and outer worlds, and find greater harmony and connection with ourselves and others.
Gets Tricky Though
If the Sun is conjunct Chiron, it means that the Moon is in opposition of both the Sun and Chiron. Even if the overall energetic pattern is to balance our inner and outer worlds, that doesn’t come without tension.
Challenges with Chiron
The archetypal energy of a Chiron opposition to a full moon can be complex and challenging, as it brings together opposing forces that may be difficult to reconcile. Chiron is often associated with the archetype of the wounded healer, and its opposition to the full moon can bring up or highlight issues related to old wounds, traumas, and unresolved emotional patterns. The full moon in Libra can also bring up issues related to relationships and partnerships, which may be further complicated by the opposition to Chiron in Aries.
The Full Moon opposition can also bring up tensions between the need for individuality and self-expression (Aries) versus the need for cooperation and harmony in relationships (Libra). The presence of Chiron in Aries could further complicate these issues, bringing up themes of personal healing and the integration of wounded aspects of the self. When the desire to relate is also a part of what sends us red flags or fear of the probability for misunderstanding based on lived experiences: this can feel detrimental.
Breathe It In
This astrological configuration can be intense and challenging, but also offers an opportunity for growth and transformation. It invites us to find new ways of balancing our individual needs and desires with the needs of our relationships, and to confront and heal any wounds or traumas that may be holding us back.
It is a lot to intuitively feel into the different energetic components and how they may impact us. I find it to be a greater faux pas to think there could be no impact on us at all. The key to recognizing the shifts and impacts is to go through the experience with great awareness in the body and the mind.
Using This Full Moon for Magic
Using this full moon for magic can be a great and powerful experience. One idea that I am incorporating is using the symbols of the planets and the zodiacal signs in a sigil. I plan to surround the sigil with candles, effectually illuminating the wholeness of the experience. I can connect to ask for clarity, illumination, and understanding of how I can find the medicine of this transit for myself or ask that it be revealed.
What is your magic this full moon?!
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