It’s not often that a full moon is eclipsed in Libra, but on March 23rd, it’s going to happen.
Eclipses occur when the Sun, Earth and Moon are all aligned and the Earth blocks most of the sun’s light, thus casting the moon in darkness. Eclipses bring a great deal of lunar energy to the Earth, particularly over where they’re visible. This time, the eclipse can be seen in North America, South America, and some of Asia and Australia.
Eclipses often mark the beginnings of things. Many of us will feel things suddenly change, but don’t view those changes as something terrible. They’re not changes so much as new beginnings. Seek comfortable spaces and think critically about the state of things in your life. This is a great time to connect with old friends.
An eclipse in Libra isn’t always about being on the defensive though. You can also go on the offensive. Be receptive to the moon’s energy. Use it to ground yourself, get a firm footing, and really launch yourself to your goals and take control of situations at hand.
Finally, take the time to look at the moon and consider the place your community is. An eclipse in Libra isn’t all about you, after all. Think about the homeless, the needy, the orphans, and what you can do to help. Times like these shouldn’t be about personal development and changes, but societal development and changes too.