Astrology Update: Spring Equinox March Full Moon in Libra

The Mother House of The Goddess – By Mary Lomando – March 17, 2019

HISTORICALLY SPEAKING:

In the ancient Egypt of 5,000 years ago, the original symbol for the sign of Libra was the sun rising over the hilltops. However, Libra has come down to us through the ages as being represented by the glyph of the scales.

In ancient Egypt, the Goddess Ma’at is the Goddess of Truth, Justice, and Right Balance (Karma). She is the Goddess who oversees the “weighing of the heart” of the deceased on the karmic scales. The heart is weighed against her white feather of truth, and the heart must be found lighter than the feather, in order for the individual to pass on to paradise. Ma’at was not born from another god or goddess. She has been around since the beginning of creation as the principal of cosmic order; she is consciousness itself. Even the Sun God, Ra, lives by the cosmic order of Ma’at. From Maat, we learn the concept of inner balance (male/female, yin/yang), which becomes the hallmark of Libra.

FULL MOON IN LIBRA : MARCH 20-21, 2019

During a Full Moon, the Sun and Moon are in opposite signs. This Full Moon is in the sign of Libra opposite the Sun in Aries. Aries/Libra is the relationship axis, since the planets Mars and Venus are the respective rulers. Balanced partnerships, co-operation, ethics and the Law are the Libran code. At this time, the Sun also falls in zero degrees Aries conjoining the healing asteroid Chiron. This is a time for cathartic “healing crises” to occur on personal and collective levels.

This Full Moon is going to highlight the need for cooperation, harmony and balance in all our relations. This is also the time of the Vernal/Spring Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere; the day of equal light and equal darkness. We are “shifting” out of the winter darkness into the light and new life of spring. Clear out the old cobwebs and concentrate on what matters the most to you in life.

Most people agree that it is not “stuff”, but loving relationships that make life worthwhile. Even if you are alone at this time, you still are in relationship with yourself. Treat yourself as you would a beloved friend or lover. It’s time to take a deep breath, let go of your stress, and allow the healing energy of Mother Nature to alleviate your stress.

PLANETARY PICTURES:

With Mercury retrograde you can expect the unexpected. We may feel a bit “fuzzy” around the edges, since Mercury is in close aspect with the planet Neptune. It’s worth the extra effort now to keep our minds focused as much as possible until the end of March when Mercury is direct once again. In the sign of Pisces, this signals our unconscious “feelings” bubbling up to be examined . This is a time to move forward and let go of past hurts. Karma is merely the accumulation of past actions (for better or worse). It’s time to clean up our cosmic act!

The Full Moon with Mercury retrograde may make us feel more vulnerable to other people’s words and actions, especially those closest to us (friends and family members). It’s important to remember that playing the victim is really not in our best interest. Use full moon time for meditation, healing and spiritual work and/or any artistic pursuits that have been on your mind for a while. Your “Angels” are with you!

PERSONALLY SPEAKING:

This Full Moon is all about relationships. The sign of Libra teaches us that we are never alone in the universe; we are in a constant dance of co-creation with Spirit. As you enjoy and appreciate the other people in your life, celebrate yourself, as well! Throw a little Venus fun into the mix.

This Full Moon is a great time to do something artistic; enjoy a movie, museum, concert or art gallery; don’t be afraid to step out of the box and try something new. The part of the body ruled by Libra is the kidneys. It is important to drink lots of water to flush out toxins. For Librans, sugar and excessive amounts of caffeine should be avoided whenever possible. Also learning how to channel anger and repressed emotions is important for physical (as well as mental) well-being. Acupuncture, yoga, Chinese medicine and herbs can help support sluggish adrenals to avoid the feeling fatigue.

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Posted by Teri Perticone

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