Moon signs reveal your innermost emotions and how you handle the ebbs and flows of life. They can also provide insights into how your love and relationships work.
In Western astrology, the moon cycles through eight major phases. The first phase is the new moon, followed by a first quarter, a full moon and a waning crescent.
The April Full Moon is in Libra, also known as the Pink Moon. This zodiac sign operates on harmony and is the perfect time to bring beauty back into your life.
The full moon will be lighting up your partnership sector, so take a break from work or social commitments and enjoy some quality time with your partner. This will help you get to know them on a deeper level.
This will also be a great opportunity to discuss your relationship goals and how they are connected to your overall wellness. It’s time to make self-care a priority in your relationship with your partner, and you can start by reinforcing practices like meditation, yoga, or journaling together.
If you’ve been working toward a specific goal with a friend, lover, or fitness buddy since the new moon six months ago, this will be the ideal time to cross that finish line. The trine between taskmaster Saturn in your sign and the Libra full moon will encourage you to put in the hard work and dedication it takes to make your health and fitness dreams come true.
You’re a natural flirt, and the Libra Full Moon will inspire you to mix your social and romantic lives with your partner by inviting your best friends to a dinner or date night. You’ll find that it will create even more excitement in your relationship and increase the love you share with your partner.
The new moon is a time to initiate something new. Whether that’s a new project, a new way of doing things, or discovering some personal courage, it’s the ideal time to set yourself up for success.
Mars and Saturn are squaring up to the moon’s fiery sign, Aries. They’re a force to be reckoned with, and this conjunction encourages us to be bold, take charge, and start new projects that will have us buzzing for the next six weeks.
It’s also a good time to make some changes in your home or at work that you’ve been dreaming about for a while. Quinn says it could be an opportunity to clear out clutter, freshen up your decor or put some structure around how you want to spend your money.
With Chiron, the wounded healer of the zodiac, in assertive Aries, we’re likely to have feelings of vulnerability pop up, whether those are in our relationship to ourselves or others. This is a great time to reflect on any inner work you’ve done in the past that has helped you address your sensitivity or insecurity.
This moon will also bring up some lingering issues with your family. You may uncover some old wounds or stories from your past that need to be healed before you can call in a new start.
The moon is in the earth sign of Taurus now, which means that it’s time to get back to basics. As a fixed earth sign, Taurus loves a blueprint, rule and master plan, so this full moon will inspire you to focus on establishing a solid foundation for your life.
When you do that, the rest will follow. This is especially true for those who are working toward a major goal, as the full moon will give you laser-focused guidance about next steps.
You’ll also have a chance to take stock of your current financial situation, as the moon illuminates your spending and savings plans. It’s a good time to set up a budget and start tracking your expenses.
On a more personal level, the Taurus Full Moon is asking you to reassess your relationships. It’s time to decide which ones are adding to your wellbeing and which are draining you of energy. This may be a tough process, but it will ultimately lead to a more harmonious existence.
The moon is now in airy Gemini. The chatterbox air sign rules communication, and you can expect a flood of ideas to pour in this month.
The Full Moon in Gemini peaks on December 7 at 11:08 pm EST. It will also amplify the current Mars retrograde in your second house of finances. This could mean you’re feeling a bit scrambled and frustrated, according to astrology expert Donna Page.
This full moon will also trine Saturn in Aquarius, which should help you to level up your feelings and thoughts during this time. But it’s important to remember that astrological events are always happening, so there may be some minor setbacks along the way.
As a result, this final full moon in 2022 could be a great time to reflect and take stock of what you’ve accomplished. It’s also a good opportunity to clear out old patterns, behaviors, and beliefs that no longer serve you.
You’ll also need to look at the relationships you have in your life and what roles they play in your overall wellbeing. This can be a good time to take stock of your inner child figures and reassess how you interact with them.
The first full moon of 2023 glows in warm, caring Cancer, tapping into your sentimental side and letting your feelings flow. As a super-sensitive sign, these full moons can bring out emotions that might be hard to navigate, but don’t let them derail your goals and plans for the year ahead.
If you’ve been holding onto something from a past relationship, habit, or belief that no longer serves you, the first full moon of 2023 could inspire you to rip that emotional Band-Aid off and move on for good. That may be a tough pill to swallow, but it’s a necessary step in the process of moving forward with your highest vision for your life.
What’s more, this moon energizes your twelfth house of closure, transitions and healing. This is the time to turn those old wounds into foundational stones for a stable, safe future.
You’ll find that this full moon also illuminates your mental landscape as it activates the ninth house of higher learning, spirituality and expansion. This is a time to take stock of your thought patterns, opinions and perspectives as it encourages you to learn more about yourself and others. Whether it’s through travel, meditation or reading a new book, your full-moon self-care practice will stir up some epiphany moments as you learn how to better understand yourself and those around you.
This month’s full moon is in Leo, a passionate and playful sign that rules romance and passion. It’s a time when your heart will be more open and you’ll want to express your love and appreciation to those close to you.
During a Leo full moon, it’s a good time to start working on a new creative project. You may be inspired to create a new art piece or write a new book. You’ll also be able to see what you’re truly capable of if you take a chance and make a leap of faith.
The full moon in Leo also activates your second house of money and resources, so it’s possible that you’ll receive a windfall or unexpected bonus check. This is also a great time to become more involved with your finances and start asking for what you’re worth!
The February 5 full moon also squares off with Uranus, the planet of risk and innovation. This can make you feel a bit restless, but if you’re open to transformation, it will allow you to step into new territory and see things from a different perspective.
The full moon is a time for checking in with the things you’ve set intentions to manifest at the previous new moon. It’s also a chance to release anything that’s no longer working.
If you were born with your Moon sign in Virgo, you’re probably a highly analytical and service-oriented person who values perfection. You’re also a meticulous detail-hunter, so this full moon is a great time to wrap up projects you’ve been working on.
Virgo is ruled by messenger Mercury, so this full moon is in the sign that governs communication and information-gathering. This means that it’s a good time to finish up any personal statement, application or writing assignment you’ve been struggling with.
While this full moon is in Virgo, it’s also opposite Neptune, the planet of dreams. As a result, it’ll be extra easy to get caught up in emotion and intuition.
This full moon is also illuminating your Health and Diet sector, so take this as an opportunity to focus on eating well. Try something new, like a gua bao with plum tofu and cleanbean tofu (a dietary favorite for Virgos) or some sesame miso, which is an excellent source of protein.