On 28 March the Full Moon rises at 8 degrees of Libra, just as Venus conjoins Chiron and Mars conjoins the North Node. The Sun conjoins Chiron the next day on 29 March and on 30 March Mercury conjoins Neptune.
This period suggests inspired thinking, empathy, compassion, healing and commitment in relationships, especially as Venus sextiles Saturn on 30 March, with the Sun following close behind to sextile Saturn on 31 March.
The Moon in Libra, our emotional nature, begs for everyone to get along! With the Sun in independent, self-orientated Aries and the Moon in cooperative, relational Libra, this full moon highlights the compromises that must be made between our own needs and those of others in order to live happily and productively.
However a little self assertion may not be a bad thing. This full moon in Libra is an opportunity to bring into the light any resentment or unspoken hurt that has been undermining our primary relationships. It is a chance to start over and to find the balance between our personal needs and the needs of others.
So what does this full moon in Libra mean for you?
For many this full moon in Libra will have little impact. But if you have planets or points between 5 to 11 degrees of any sign you may find it packs more of a punch. This will be particularly likely where the planets in question are in cardinal signs, that is Capricorn, Aries, Libra or Cancer.
If you’re one of those who will be strongly affected by the full moon in Libra you should also take a look at your chart to see which house the moon will fall. You will probably find it’s in this area of your life that you will experience most of an impact.
The beautiful painting is by artist Robin Samiljan.