The Full Moon takes place now – here’s what it means for you! Remember to read your Rising Sign if you know if, for an extra accurate predictions. Also note that we get two Full Moons like this in March so you will have these energies twice – they are being driven home!
Working like a dog to achieve your personal goals sounds like a very good thing but there is a time and a place for everything. And right now, you’re entering a cycle when the planets (and the Sun and the Moon in particular) are suggesting that you need to find a balance between your outer aims and goals, and your inner needs. Perhaps your family needs you to spend more time with them. Or perhaps you just need some time with nothing on your mind. Take a look at your family relationships and ascertain if everything is running as smoothly as you’d like. If not, this is the time to pour some energy into that part of your life.
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The Full Moon this week brings with it your annual reminder that you can’t be all work and no play – nor the contrary. The Full Moon challenges you to balance chasing your ambitions/wanting to change the world versus the fact that you have friends and family who need you and vice versa. The thing is that you are a super homey sign and your family matters to you a lot but right now you’re also quite ambitious with lots of potential for success! Get a ton of Yasmin’s free cosmic resources at moonmessages.com/moonlite
The pressure is still on you and the most important relationships in your life. This pressure is actually going to build and build all the way through to next year, so you need to work with it and not against it. Be smart, wise and a grown-up when it comes to dealing with the people who matter most to you.
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