Full Moon in Leo:  Dare to Shine the Spotlight

Full Moon in Leo: Dare to Shine the Spotlight

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The moon is full in Leo on February 9 (1:33 am, CST) opposite the sun in Aquarius. A majority of the planets have been residing in the element of earth this winter, calling attention to the physical realm. The body (that houses the soul), homes & dwellings (that house the body) and work & money (that pay for them) are thematic of these times.

Slowly navigating the trenches of winter, a tiny spark of fire flashes ahead! The moon in Leo prompts dramatic expression, bringing levity out of the trenches of winter. The question is, by what means? How can a vocalization, a temper tantrum, a hug, or a heart-based action help to melt the ice and warm the people?

This moon, as it climbs to fullness, briefly forms a yod, or “finger of fate”, with Jupiter and Neptune. What idea, art project, fashion show, or long-term project is ready to be showcased in the spotlight? The yod, or “finger of fate”, points to the moon in Leo. Flexibility and adjustability help to change the destination route if needed.

A week after, Mercury begins retrograde in the sign of Pisces on February 16. Hits of psychic information roll in, perhaps during a dream or trance state.

To tap into the element of earth and all it brings, light a Stability candle from Coventry Creations. A mix of cypress and patchouli, this candle evokes the foundational energy needed to keep you and your physical spaces and places grounded. A perfect way to help add some energy to your manifestation work is Eye of Horus’ Full Moon Oil. This essential oil blend is designed to help you bring things to completion and make them manifest in the world. To help make sense of your dreams and the psychic information in them, try lighting some of Rosarium’s Eye of Horus loose incense blend. This expertly-crafted mix helps to add clarity to divination and dream work.

For more insight into how this full moon might affect you or if want to explore these topics more, come in for a reading with Madeline Youngstrom.

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