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It’s the long anticipated Full Moon in Aquarius today and tomorrow. This is a Moon that sings to the tune of the Fool Tarot Card. New beginnings, starting over, major changes.

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You might think you need to have all the answers, all the plans in place, every duck in a row. You might feel that it’s not the right time, or that you are not ready. To that, the universe says, “Bull-pucky and Bantha Poodo. Take the leap. Ignore the man behind the curtain. As for the little dog of reason nipping at your heels, give him a loving pat, pick him up and step off the cliff.

This Moon is a call for the leap of faith for your greater good and growth. So step off and become the Magician Tarot card. Accept a new direction, a greater experience of life. You have all the tool you need. The universe provides opportunity, wisdom and guidance if you allow it.

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“Ah,” you say, “But what’s the catch?” Well there is the Moon and Sun opposition, sextile and trine to Uranus (the heart of Aquarius). Sun and Moon opposition means you might have to make a compromise between your fire and water natures—you’re wanting it NOW, on a silver platter, and your emotional, intuitive feelings about proper timing. Let the universe do its work. Follow your intuition but don’t let emotions bog you down.

As for this marvelous Moon sextile Uranus and Sun trine Uranus, The Full Moon is in Leo, whose ruler is the SUN—Heart, largess, boldness, expansion and Uranus is change, the unexpected, what’s new and unique.

Sextiles are “gifts from the gods and goddesses. Let go and accept what they bring—dreams creativity, visionary thinking, community, friendships, exciting change, moving in the right direction at the right time. But you have to risk, trust, and take the first step on your own. You might feel bare-naked and out of your element, but persevere and you’ll find the Emerald City.

Take the Cowardly Lion to find courage (Leo), the Mechanical Man to find his heart (Moon), The Scarecrow to find his brain (Aquarius), and the little dog, Toto (to keep everything balanced). You might have to give up something along the way—feelings of being powerless, not worthy, lost? The reward awaits so click your ruby slippers and step onto the yellow-brick road to find your way home.

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

 

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