May 17th brings us the Full Moon in the sign of Scorpio (opposing the Sun in Taurus). We are looking at the need to find a sense of balance between our inner need for peace and physical security in ur inner world (the Taurus sun), and our need to be very intensely involved in life and the outer world (the Scorpio moon).
Where Taurus deals with form and matter (material goods, sense of personal security), Scorpio deals with the destruction of form, change, transformation, and things that are shared in some way. Scorpio takes us into the mysteries, into the intangible parts of life that we have perhaps been trying to avoid. Scorpio also likes power, and to take charge,
The moon is all about emotions an the mysteries anyway – the full moon brings those emotions to a head, and asks us to transform and change. Something that has been building up within us needs to be let out … it needs to be expressed, it needs to be shared. We might want to be a tad bit careful with how we go about doing this lovely sharing, as the wisdom that is coming to us, the ideas that we are expressing, are not fully thought out, fully formed yet. We don’t want to shoot ourselves in the foot, after all!
Relationships will carry great importance at this time. One project, one person or one goal will be the focus of attention at this time. There may be a feeling of needing to have everything happen with a sense of immediacy. Be very careful in this mode that you don’t spread your energy too thinly, and wear yourself down (essentially accomplishing very little). Step back, find your sense of balance, and allow things to flow freely. This is not a time to try and force results. Take the high road!
Questions that you might want to ask yourself at this time are:
* What (or who) is most important to me at this time?
* What are my goals in relation to this person/issue?
* What do I need to express/breathe into life?
* How can I best do this?
* What practical action can I take that will bring about results without forcing them?
* What needs to be transformed in my life?
© May 2011 Bonnie Cehovet