The Scorpio Full Moon helps us to understand the importance of embracing darkness and light - to become enlightened, empowered, and whole.
Weeding To Empower, Scorpio Full Moon
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May 13, 2014

As the Scorpio Full Moon rises Wednesday afternoon, elevated sensitivities encourage us to do what is necessary to release the pressure. Thoughts, feelings and intentions placed around the Solar Eclipse finally climax, setting off a display of deep, dark emotions. What has been secretive, hidden, and lurking in the shadows, is released as Luna’s sacred light is casted. Answers come forward as the Scorpio Full Moon quietly injects her truth serum, destroying what has been disloyal, corrupted, and now basically useless.

As we weed, we’re prepared to sacrifice and bleed out unhealthy emotional attachments. This allows for transformative healing powers to take place under such intense skies. The more we flush out toxic energies, the less we feel victimized. When we understand the importance of embracing our darkness and light - we become enlightened, empowered, and whole.

This week, Venus (values, money, love) will find herself in an uncomfortable position as she squares transformative Pluto today, conjuncts electrifying Uranus tomorrow, then squares grande Jupiter on the weekend. Strategies aimed to seduce for selfish gain, are more likely to boomerang. And in knowing this, we should remember that we’re learning how to re-build stronger foundation with Saturn retrograde. So in today’s karmic Moon/Saturn conjunction, we’ll get a good taste of life and our reality – through a tough lesson built on blame and ignorance… or through the reward of being in charge of our own shiz.

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