full moon / december


Long Night Moon
Sunday, December 3rd, Gemini, 7:46 am PST

You might be feeling like you are high on vibrations right now, or feeling the low grade pull on your energy, dampening it, and dulling it. Most likely you will be feeling a bouncing back between both (we have Gemini to thank for that, ha). This moon is one that is triggering excitement, creative ideas, aspirations, long term projects, dreams of the future - all exciting things. But the energy of this moon can also amp up that excitement so much that it makes you obsessive, compulsive, reactionary, and scattered.

We have come out of a New Moon in Scorpio with its watery depth, into the Fire of the Sun in Sagittarius, and the Air of this Moon in Gemini. So things have gone from diving downwards to up and out! We are in some expansive energy right now, which is great if we are expanding wilfully and on the right track. Listen to new things that are coming to you, intuitions, inspirations, things that have occurred in threes. Follow these right now. It's a good time to make sure you are balancing your expansion with some more quiet times of meditation (whatever that means for you). Just to help bring clarity to what you are moving towards. It's a very stimulating time - one where we want to be discussing and sharing and experiencing and dreaming on such a big level! And the Supermoon will just add to that, it's really lighting a fire under all those dreams. December is the month of upgrading to what is possible for you. Just make sure you have the ground under your feet. This is exciting energy and it wants to burst! But try to find that place where you don't snuff out your fire, but you also don't allow it to burn you up and burn you out. 

Among other planets transiting, Mercury is in retrograde, which, like all retrogrades, will assure that your life gets an opportunity to reshape itself to be more in line with the growth you have had and the direction you are going. Don't resist what is wanting to change. 

Georgia O'Keeffe's home in New Mexico

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