The Libra Full Moon is at the critical 29th degree, right at the sign’s end, marking a strong urge to get something finished. In a Full Moon chart, this is a double whammy, as there is already an emphasis on completion, with a sense of “do or die” or reaching a breaking point.
Libra is all about equality, harmony, and balance, and anything standing in the way of that goal’s fulfillment may now need to be addressed.
In a relationship, we may experience being too far apart from the other person. With work ethics, committees, or mentoring setups, we might observe a lack of sufficient common ground. Despite the Libra Moon’s love of agreement, it could be easier to feel different now, since the Sun is conjunct Uranus, reminding us that each individual is unique
Sun conjunct Uranus brings excitement, unexpected change and freedom. You should feel a strong urge to break free from routine, doing something totally different from your normal activities. But with Moon opposite Uranus, unexpected changes and upsetting disruptions could bring restlessness and nervous tension.
The outsider theme of Uranus conjunct the Sun is even more highlighted because the conjunction is dissociate, or out of sign: Uranus, transiting a different zodiac sign from the Sun in Aries, is in the neighbouring sign of Taurus
Flexible and open-mindedness will increase the likelihood of more pleasant surprises and thrilling experiences. But if this impulsive energy affects your ego, you could take unnecessary risks or rebel against authority. Aggressive reaction and conflict may follow, with danger to yourself and your reputation.
The Libra Full Moon, in a sticky t-square with Pluto, speaks to an issue around power — or the lack of it. Emotional comfort may even be sought in sweet food or drugs. Even if you don’t have any problems with others, you could still experience an internal imbalance involving self-love and self-image.
There is a sense of good fortune and blessings abounding, since the Moon is sextile Jupiter in Sagittarius. For individuals, the Uranian and Jupiterian message here is to not ignore something vital and potentially life-giving — it could be a suddenly open door, an opportunity to see more clearly or speak the truth, or any special chance to escape a limiting, unfair, or disempowering situation.
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