Virgo Full Moon: No Flow without Form

So, we have a paradox

where washing the dishes one time is seemingly unimportant.

But washing them 10,000 times (consistently, every day) is important

because that repetition ensures that we always have plates and silverware at our disposal.

But we can’t wash the dishes 10,000 times unless we start by washing them once.

A single action done correctly and repeatedly makes all the difference in our lives. Alex Kakuyo


Full Moon on March 18, 2022 at 28 Virgo helps ground us and bring our attention to the detail and task that is right in front of us.


Many years ago, while majoring in theater I had a movement teacher, Joe Gilday, who would say again and again, “There is no flow without form.” Musicians play an instrument but for an actor their body is the instrument. Movement classes for actors consist of yoga, Feldenkrais, circus acrobatics, and different forms of dance as a way for actors to strengthen their body, increase their flexibility and have a better awareness of their body as an instrument of expression. My teacher's repeated instruction of "no flow without form" was addressing the passion and vitality of his 20-year old students who had an abundance of creativity but were lacking in discipline and precision with their movements. The Full Moon brings our attention to the form.


Each Full Moon exactly opposes the Sun, and this Full Moon is on the opposite side of the sky from all the planets. A host of planets are in the mental and visioning sign of Aquarius and the intuitive and sensitive sign of Pisces. As an earth sign, Virgo brings a dynamic attention calling us to address 'the form' of our life – to the container, the structure, the particulars of a plan, and the routines that hold or channel ‘the flow’ of inspiration, creativity, and desire. Virgo brings analysis, discernment and focused attention to the mundane realities of what needs care.


The earth element forms the riverbanks that determine the course and flow of the water of a river. If the riverbanks are not as strong as the flow of the river, the water floods the land and the flow dissipates. Similarly, we are to look at how to strengthen the infrastructure of our life so it can receive and facilitate the flow of life.


Our physical body is the form in which our whole life is held and unfolds, so the Virgo Moon supports us in revamping routines to enhance self care and well-being. Our homes are the form that contains and holds our possessions and the movement of our personal life, so the Virgo Moon supports us in efforts to do the cleaning and repairs so that our home can be the sanctuary we wish it to be. As we look to our professional or social lives, we are encouraged to create or strengthen plans and systems to support future growth and achievement. The Virgo Moon gives a boost in being able to manage our time, resources and projects with an eye to streamlining and simplifying what we put on our plate to accomplish.


The Virgo Moon is helping us to effectively find a way to facilitate a time of transition, as one way of living is passing away and a new way is arriving. We are currently intuiting the seeds that will spawn new life even if we don't yet know the shape they will take (Sun, Neptune, Jupiter, and Mercury in Pisces). In the next weeks, we can anticipate an incoming flood of inspiration, feeling and vision that will need to be effectively channeled (Jupiter conjunct Neptune in Pisces) and the Virgo Full Moon marks the time to do the cleaning out and preparation so we can welcome and hold what will be awakening within us. If we do this well enough, the inspiration will not be a fleeting high but something that we can embody and bring to flower in our lives.


We may feel emotional confusion or overwhelm in the days leading up to the Full Moon (Moon opposing first Mercury, then Jupiter, then Neptune, before coming into opposition with the Sun). The abundance of Piscean water may amplify our sensitivity, feelings, and fears. Somewhere we may be flooding. The waters within us are flowing over the riverbanks of the structures we have built in our daily life, announcing where we need to clean up, detoxify and strengthen the container.


The Virgo Moon lights up the detail of what needs attention. In general, it is probably not a big movement, but one or more small ones that can have large rippling effects such as: getting to bed at a reasonable hour, cleaning out a closet, repairing a household item that is broken, reworking our monthly budget or looking at to better allocate our time so that our plate is not overfull. Our gaze is on the particulars with an eye with how to streamline, foster better efficiency, and set realistic goals that allow for balance, order and well-being.


There can be a tendency to go overboard wanting to get it just right or worrying that something is not perfect. Perfection is not the goal. Expecting perfection fro ourselves can create its own imbalance. This shadow side of working with Virgoan energy can result in excessive worry, stomach issues, headaches and sleepless nights as our mind works strives to get something just right. We are to do our best and relax our standards around some belief that we need to be more than who we are as we look to making improvements to our daily life and routines.



Spring cleaning isn’t just about sorting through things, and getting rid of clutter.

It’s about taking stock of who you are, and how others see you.

It’s a chance to redefine yourself, to change expectations,

and to remember that it’s never too late to recapture who you were,

or to aim for where you want to be. Unknown


"Less is More"

Earth Grand Trine - The Moon, Pluto and the North Node


The Virgo Moon’s invitation is amplified and strengthened by a glorious Earth Grand Trine that involves all the earth signs (Capricorn, Taurus and Virgo). The Moon is working harmoniously and supported by the Transformative energies of Pluto and the Future-oriented pull of the North Node. Working together, they are facilitating us in strengthening the container and the structures that allow for the flow of life, dreams, creativity, and vitality.


There is great beauty and timeliness to the Earth Grand Trine as it opens the way for us to transform the routines that shape and make up a given day. With an eye to who are becoming (North Node), we can transform (Pluto) our daily habits and routines to support and enhance the smooth running of daily life to create good order and well-being (Virgo Moon). Changes we make now are to support better grounding, well-being and balance.


2022 is a year that propels us to simplify our lives, remove the extraneous, the drama and the intensity (North Node in Taurus) so that we do not overextend or feel disconnected from ourselves. There may experience an emotional intensity (Moon trine Pluto) that amplifies a deep need we may have previously minimized around the care of our bodies, our home, or the practical details that support our work in the world.


Less is More is one of the key directions I remember from my 2nd year acting teacher. This direction was given repeatedly when we we trying too hard trying to express an emotion, an intention, or communicate a character. This direction invited us to relax, to trust ourselves, to not overthink, overdo and allow acting to be easy and effortless. Often, the smallest of movements or expressions could communicate the volume of what we wanted without having to over complicate the process to achieve the desired result. The message of the Grand Trine resonates with Less is More, encouraging us to explore how to minimize our movements, not overextend, overdo, or try too hard. We are to pay attention to what is essential, nothing more and nothing less. Let our routines and our plans support the grounding of our lives to nurture what truly matters most.


The secret of your future is hidden in your daily routine.

Mike Murdock


Readying to Receive and Sustain Inspiration

Kite Configuration directs energy to a Stellium of Planets in Pisces


A Kite configuration is made up of a Grand Trine combined with a Small Grand Trine, and an Opposition that forms the spine of the kite. The harmonious blessings of the trines help resolve the tension caused by the opposition. In this case, it is the Virgo Moon that creates the tension to be resolved, as we look to ground and embody inspiration.


The energy of the Kite configuration is directed towards the 4 planets in Pisces. 23 degrees of Pisces is the critical point in this chart and indicates an influx of continued and mounting inspiration that we will continue to receive through April (Jupiter conjunct Neptune). If we look to where 23 degrees Pisces falls in our personal natal charts and to planets that are between 22 and 24 degrees, we can glean clues as to the areas of life where we can experience a powerful mind and heart opening experience.


The Virgo Moon is asking that we prepare to receive the waters of insight, compassion, illumination and creativity by creating a container strong enough to hold what we are in the process of receiving. Without a strong container, the inspiration may be fleeting and eventually dissipate.


Pisces is last sign of the zodiac, the realm of dissolution where all life dissolves and returns to the source. Simultaneously it is the empty space, the void, where there is a quickening of new life. Something in our lives has come to a natural completion. We are being asked to empty out, to welcome the emptiness that will lead to the rush of new life that will emerge with the coming of the spring equinox in a few days and the potential for spiritual awakening in April (Jupiter conjunct Neptune). Again, the Virgo Full Moon prompts us to clear the space, tend to the structures and routines that can support, hold and facilitate the rush of new life and possibilities that are coming our way.


We are currently more connected to The Dream, to the waters of potentiality and divine insight (Sun conjunct Neptune in Pisces). Our thinking mind is reflective and intuitive, with rational thinking taking more a back seat. The impulse here is to strengthen our intuition and to sensitize ourselves to something beyond mundane and temporal reality.


We are being asked to trust we cannot yet see and feel what is energetically calling to us. We may be confused about what we are feeling, dreaming, sensing but are being prodded to lean into and trust our intuition. Our capacity for receiving inner guidance, for seeing and hearing something beyond what we already know is amplified now and will only increase in the coming weeks.



New Openings and Connections in Relationships

Venus conjunct Mars and Saturn in Aquarius square Uranus


While we are attuned to the Piscean waters of becoming, of inspiration and of spiritual awareness, we are simultaneously formulating a future vision and objectively looking at where we are going next (Mars, Venus, Saturn in Aquarius). The Mars/Venus conjunction generates passion for seeing the big picture and for clarifying future plans. As Mars/Venus approach Saturn, we are readying to commit and dedicate ourselves to a long-term goal that is taking shape.


There is great potential for connecting with people of like-mind who will take part in our journey into the future. Our passion for an idea taking shape can propel us to talking more openly about it, engaging others in dialogue. We may be surprised by an interaction we have with someone where we feel connected in a new way. It may become apparent that some people in our lives are not moving in the same way we are and our connection with them falls away. There is a propensity at this time to have people suddenly enter or leave our life as stale energy is broken up and there is more freedom to reveal our true nature and dreams to others (Uranus square Mars/Venus).


Sudden shifts may take place in relationships. We are to welcome these shifts. We are encouraged to meet new people and release those who we are no longer resonate with who we are becoming (Venus is in mutual reception with Uranus).


If we have been feeling bottled up and not able to express easily, we may become increasingly rebellious over the coming week as Mars moves closer and closer to its exact square with Uranus. We may need to make a clean break or suddenly release ourselves from a situation or agreement that feels unnecessarily restraining.


Straddling the Old and the New

Saturn square the Nodal Axis


The shape and responsibilities of our life are in flux. We are currently moving with the familiar, the habitual, yet feel a pull to move in a new, simpler, more grounded way. Saturn's square to the Nodal Axis serves to remind us that the shape of our lives is changing and that it is beneficial to build or rebuild the habits and routines that will carry us across the threshold into a new way of living.




This is a subtle truth.

Whatever you love you are.

Rumi


New Life Emerging

March 20: the Sun moves into Aries marking the Spring Equinox


Energy is readying to move quickly, like a tree that buds and comes to leaf overnight.


During the Virgo Full Moon we are feeling what is next. We intuitively know its coming. This is the time to do the practical work to prepare for it. We don’t need to know exactly how the future will show up or what it will look like. We only need to feel into the movement of what is on the way. Let this be a time where we get our affairs in order, clean, organize, tie up loose ends, strengthen our routines and self care, and engage with people that support and nurture us.


When so much is still unknown about the coming days and weeks, our focus is to be on the details, on what is happening right now and then the moment after that. We are to trust our intuition and know that there are big movements unfolding. We may not yet be able to articulate or define the future, but trusting our intuitive sensibility, we can prepare for what is coming.

 

Liv By Design Astrology


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