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You're Grounded!: Full Moon in Virgo

The Virgo full Moon on March 18, 2022, is a time to heal. It’s a time to sit with our pain, trauma, and heartache and give ourselves love and compassion. This full moon will oppose Jupiter in Pisces as well as Neptune in Pisces. This emphasizes the fertility and abundance this full moon represents. It’s time to embrace all that this world has to offer.

All planets have been stationed direct which means none are in retrograde. This has given us a much-needed collective chance to stop and smell the roses.

Mutable earth sign Virgo, symbolized by the Virgin or the Maiden, is ruled by the messenger planet Mercury and rules the sixth house of daily routine and wellness. That said, full moons that occur under the influence of the sixth sign of the zodiac have an intellectual quality, bolstering our ability to connect with others on a mental level. Every zodiac sign will notice more of an emphasis on efficiency and attention to detail. Dream big, broaden your horizons and carve out time in your day for quiet contemplation and meditation.

During this month's full moon, consider overhauling systems that no longer serve you, whether that’s reorganizing your closet or implementing a new morning routine. According to Farmer’s Almanac, the full moon closest to the spring equinox is called the “Worm Moon” because this is a highly fertile time in the natural world that can be recognizing by the rising appearance of earth worms in the soil.

As you journey through this full Moon, ask yourself what you need to forgive. Do you need to forgive yourself for something or do you need to forgive someone else? Know that forgiving someone else doesn’t mean you have to let this person back into your life. We forgive other people for ourselves, not for them. Forgiveness is about you and your vibration and no one else.

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