Full Moon in Sagittarius

Hello, lovelies! How are you doing? I’m doing fab.

Had a great weekend and really feeling happy and fulfilled lately. Back in Jan/Feb I made some mistakes and found a couple holes in my life (and just accepted some stuff) and I’m starting to see the fruits of taking care of my needs. I’m having fun, being silly, loving and being loved, and filling myself up. Not that I don’t have my bad days (my mind wanted to remind me of some really terrible – both emotionally and in content – texts I sent from that period and…ugh…yeah, there are parts of me that need more love and I can learn from my embarrassment…yay?).

In any case, I’m doing well and I hope you are, too. It’s gorgeous here in Southern New England today and shout out to Roger Williams, the founder of my state, who believed in the principles of religious freedom and freedom to choose whom to associate with, as not to be dictated to anyone else. I think that’s a direct quote. Anyhow, it’s the one reason I dig this state.

But enough about me (I have more to share in a few days anyhow). Here are your Full Moon in Sagittarius snippets. Hope it’s a good one for you all.

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From Weaver Tarot via The House Of Twigs ::

Sagittarius is the seeker, the hunter, the centaur. Chiron, the wound healer centaur, is often associated with Sagittarius. Much like any Sagittarian, he was driven and philosophical in his approach to life even after he sustained a wound that could not be healed. After he was wounded, he roamed the earth searching for a cure. Although he never found a cure, he became a proficient healer and used his skills to help others.

Just like Chiron, we all have a part of us that is the victim, the hunter, and the healer. Much of our psyche’s energy comes from the tension between these aspects of ourselves pulling and pushing against each other. We constantly strive to heal, to provide, to find love, we strive for safety and security etc. The key is to not let any of the aspects overcome you. If you don’t hunt, you won’t eat. If you don’t tend to your wound, it will fester. If you don’t rest, you will collapse. Staying healthy is about understanding these aspects of the self and balancing them.

Unless you are focused and have clear outlets for this extra energy, this full moon could prove to be uncomfortable and lead to sleeplessness, impulsiveness, and anxiety. Conversely, if you are motivated and prepare for this influx of energy and power, the full moon could be a great time to attain your goals, start new projects, and even start healing old wounds.

While some of your energy may be drawn towards achieving goals, it is completely normal for some of your energy to flow towards activities that simply make you happy or at ease. For example, you may be drawn to artwork or spellcraft this weekend. You may get the sudden itch to get your paperwork in order. Or, you may want to go horse riding. All of these activities express energy and help you build and expand your power

If giving yourself permission to invest your power and express your energy in any way you see fit feels wrong… breathe. We are raised in a society that praises structured achievement. Sagittarian energy can feed this need for achievement. However, any good healer and hunter will tell you that rest and caring for your mental health and soul health is imperative. You are allowed to be happy. Happiness is a perfectly healthy and important goal.

If you are feeling the call of this full moon particularly strongly, you are probably a healer. However, it is important that you take this time to heal yourself first—just like Chiron. Own your wild. Keep the balance. Draw strength and wisdom from your wounds. Hunt down your joy. Feel your power and rejoice in it.


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From Saltwater Stars ::

Thinking about how big Sagittarius/Jupiter energy is. This means big feelings with Tuesday’s full moon. This also means you may be high enough to get an aerial view of everything. A full/different perspective may relieve excess feelings. Try not to go it alone or hide from love. 


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From The Goddess Circle ::

Have faith in the unseen.
Don’t lose hope.
Believe the good things are coming.
Let go of past disappointment.
Release beliefs that are not serving you.
Expect the unexpected.
Getting information.
Making plans for the future.
Focus on truth, not illusion.
Blunt communication. 


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From Big Sky Astrology ::

Sagittarius does start out on each journey so happily, as though birth were a baptism that removed all memory of the pain and terror of Scorpio, its preceding sign. Sagittarius is a bundle of instinctual joy in gleeful defiance of rationality, and the Full Moon in this sign is a big, happy, irrational invitation to join the party; to approach life with good humor, innocence, and a glint of uncivilized rowdiness.

But look just a little bit closer. At this particular full moon, Sagittarius’ ruling planet, Jupiter, is in Scorpio. Scratch the surface of all this smiling buoyancy and you’ll find an ancient, aching bruise. There is, perhaps, some tiny bit of funk in your psyche that the baptism did not quite reach, some vestigial, unforgiving Scorpio wariness.

When you look in the mirror in the bright light of this Sagittarius Full Moon and smile your shiniest smile, don’t be surprised to see something a little darker behind your eyes. You’ve traveled your road, and you’ve earned those lines, that wariness. But remember, too, Sagittarius’ gift for determined optimism to see things a little brighter, a little grander. As a glorious, turn-of-the-20th-century bank instead of a Walgreen’s. As a world where your grandfather is still alive and drinking from his favorite brandy snifter. As an internal meridian of longitude where you were once whole, and happy, and ready to smile at anything – and with a little bit of determination, you can be again. 


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I hope this full moon gives you exactly what you hope for, fellow travelers.

Big love from Weirdsville,
Joanna :: xoxo



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