This months Full Moon is in Capricorn. The cardinal Earth sign of the Western Zodiac. On the 9th of July. Aligned with Jupiter in a square, this full moon shows where huge growth is possible in our lives! It will highlight our potential and also areas in which we need a total reconfiguration. Conjunct the transformational “dwarf” yet potent planet of Pluto, it foretells a time in which we can be enlightened around what areas of our life need destruction in order to rebuild more authentically.
With the Full moon being in Capricorn, we can expect dramatic internal and even external shifts with regards to direction, ambition, goals and aspirations. It’s likely that being conjunct Pluto, there will be significant letting go, rising above and insight into what no longer serves us and our ultimate highest potential.
Capricorn is governed by the earth element, just like the Goat. So this month, the Earth element is calling us to focus on our health, our physicality, our organisation and all things practical.
Are we being realistic? Are we putting in enough effort? What we achieve is a direct result of what we prepare for and put in, so it’s time to ensure our priorities align with our wants, our calling and higher purpose.
The full Capricorn moon square Jupiter calls for significant adjustments to help us move forward and recreate ourselves in the present. Some things will need to be let go of. This is the natural order of growth. Consider the Zen philosophy for a moment. That which is empty has endless possibility. Make space in your life for what could be.
The most successful people in life are good at saying “No”. It may be time you began cutting out the less important things and time consumers in your life, and started focusing on the most important. We have more energy, the less we exhaust ourselves on too many pursuits. The only way to accomplish greatly is to zone in on that which is our number one priority to the exclusion of all else. And if something is really that important to us, we’ll move mountains to attain it. That’s the truth.
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