So if you've felt motivated to clear out your home; de-clutter and even review your loyalties and allegiances, you'll know it's all in the name of moving on towards a healthier understanding not only of yourself but also of others.
If you've felt under pressure to make decisions, your diligence and hard work should pay off, especially when you align your actions with a deeper sense of purpose. The more you reach towards a spiritual or a higher goal, the more your actions will feel fulfilling.
As this lunar eclipse falls conjunct Chiron, the asteroid planet known as the Wounded Healer, those areas of your life that need healing or some form of insight will be a focus, mostly in the framework of: how can I move forward without a sense of loss; without feeling that I am losing something or someone; or feeling that a sacrifice must be made.
Often a sacrifice can turn out to be a blessing, not a sacrifice at all.
Tonight's harvest Moon lights the way for farmers during the harvest, as the Moon rises at sunset, bringing visibility to late harvests in the evening. As this Full Moon is a penumbral eclipse, it will be slightly dimmed.
If an area of your life appears difficult, or you feel you have been cast in the role of victim - or martyr - remember that the great potential now is for redemption, solutions and healing. If the current phase in tumultuous, emotional or you feel you have lost your way, rest assured this Full Moon eclipse will reveal the potential for great progress, clarity and the chance to redeem yourself or a particular circumstance.
For many, this eclipse can be truly enlightening, bringing forward fresh ventures and inspiration over coming weeks, so ensure you 'tune in' to new possibilities and enjoy the experience. x
Astro data: Full Moon penumbral eclipse, 24°20' Pisces, September 16, 19h05m GMT; September 17, 5h05m AEST. (Sun opposition Chiron, September 15). Visible throughout Australia, and in Asia, eastern Africa, Europe, Russia, Japan, China, parts of the Atlantic and the Antarctic. Photo by: Lachlan Manley Photography.