Full Moon in Libra Horoscopes
This Aries season we get two Full Moons in Libra—one at the opening of Aries season, on March 20, and one at the end of Aries season, on April 19th. That means we get double focus on our relationship patterns, commitments to others, and responsibilities to those we love during the season of focusing on ourselves and our drives. What is needed right now is to cultivate balance between how we see ourselves, and how others see us.
It is through relationships that we learn about how we treat others and how we show up for those we care about. They act like mirrors, reflecting back a version of us, the one that shows up in that relationship. We get to work on those mirrors and versions of us all year, but the time is especially potent to shift narratives during the full moon. What story do you have about how you show your care to those you love? What story do they have about you? Now is the time to work on those stories.
What comes up during this time is also every action and re-action taken in past relationships, especially those we have yet to work out. Getting stuck on how you showed up in a past relationship and remembering all the words the conflict is especially harmful right now. Remember to forgive yourself. Not because everything you did was ok (maybe you didn’t need to pick that fight while on vacation together), but because forgiveness is the first step towards learning from your past mistakes.
Remember that self-criticism and negative self-talk do not help shift the patterns you are trying to break. Only holding yourself with care, forgiving the past behaviors, and understanding the motivations behind those actions can create true change. If you want to grow past your self-debilitating patterns, stop treating yourself so harshly first.
The final lesson of the Libra Full Moon is that how we treat others is an extension of how we treat ourselves. Do you say harsh words, criticize your every move, double and triple think each step, and doubt your own vision? You are not only treating yourself with little regard and respect for your heart, but you extend that form of treatment to others in your life. Endeavor to treat yourself better so that you may treat those around you better. Recognize that the two are connected: your relationship to self and your relationship to others. At the center lies you.
Full Moon Intention: I value my contribution in the world, and make sure my relationships reflect that value. I invite people into my life who reflect the person I want to be, and who value my unique contributions.
Full Moon Intention: I take care of my body, my energy, and my time so that when I do show up, I show up as my full, energetic, supported and grounded self.
Full Moon Intention: I support my creativity, engagement with others, and social drive in the world by remembering that I am my best self when I follow my joy, trusting in the universe to bring to me the people that inspire heart-centered growth.
Full Moon Intention: I grow my roots down into the center of the Earth sphere, appreciating my ancestry, family lineage, and social support that allowed me to arrive here and now, centered, rooted, and sprouting.
Full Moon Intention: I communicate my love with intention and grace, respecting the power of words as incantations.
Full Moon Intention: I recognize that I am only as powerful as the people I keep in my circle: I remind those I cherish that they are important and loved and we enjoy the fruits of our relationship together.
Full Moon Intention: I pay attention to how much energy I give others, making sure to keep the focus on my own growth.
Full Moon Intention: I further commit to my self-growth and awareness by growing my daily practices and rituals that help me feel grounded, even as I dive deeper into my spirit.
Full Moon Intention: I recognize that fear stems from my own beliefs about what I am capable of, and how well I can create my own reality. I trust my heart, and trust my agency: I vanquish fear by remembering my own power.
Full Moon Intention: I focus on my home and familial connections and recognize that I can only grow as far as I am rooted and supported at home.
Full Moon Intention: I want to expand my worldview, and I realize I don’t have to do it alone. I invite new people into my life who can shift my point of view, creating expansion, regeneration, and revolution in my life through connection and reciprocity.
Full Moon Intention: I recognize that true intimacy stems from the amount of honesty I am able to cultivate with myself about where I am at. I let go of my own ideas about where I should be, what I should feel and what I should think and embrace who I am right now, in this mome