Harvest Full Moon in Pisces: Get Ready For The Emotional Pull On September 20

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This month’s lunar climax will surely been an emotional one. The September 2021 full moon (also known as the Harvest Moon) is rising in Pisces.

Full moons in general are heavy on feelings, but as a water sign, this energy shift is both poetic and sensitive. It’s likely to feel more emotional than usual. As we say goodbye to the warm season, we are forced to spend some time with ourselves. Whether that means facing our darkness or focusing on future projects, here are the changes that the Harvest Moon brings ahead.

It’s Okay Not To Be Okay

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Pisces is one of the more emotional signs of the zodiac. This means that it is very in tune with the negative energy around it, especially after the year we’ve had. Up to this point, we may have been bottling it all up, especially in an effort to be productive with Virgo’s energy.

The Pisces’s energy may release an urge to get it all out of our systems. Wether that means a good cry, or connecting with loved ones, it’s okay not to be okay.

The Rose Colored Glasses Effect

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Zoltan Tasi / Unsplash

​On the bright side, Pisces also brings out our passion. It’s likely that once you release, you’ll find comfort in daydreams. You may feel more motivated as your intuition kicks in over your logic. Let your imagination take over but be careful not to fully put on Pisces rose-colored glasses.

This is a great time to set intentions and visualize the kind of lifestyle you previously might have convinced yourself was too out of reach.

Full Moon, New You

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Pixabay / Pexels

While the New Moon in Virgo pushed you to organize and set rational boundaries, Pisces will balance that out by pulling you towards a more creative perspective. Allow yourself to think outside of the box. If you don’t know how, think of a creative form of expression.

As you write, draw, dance bake or engage in any other creative outlet, you’ll find yourself channeling ​Pisces unique energy and influencing your mood. Let the passion take over This is a great time to try something new or take a risk. Trust your gut.

A Rise Of Psychic Ability

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Gantas Vaciulenas / Pexels

On September 20, the Pisces full moon will sit closest to Neptune. This not only will pull us towards amplified sensitivity but it might open us up to psychic ability. When caving into daydreaming, we might be able to see the world through a much more colorful and hopeful lens.

Leave logic on the backburner and listen to what the heart has to say. Open it up to getting lost in this outwardly creative energy. Once you let it turn on your inner light, you’ll surprise yourself with how much clearer you can see.

The Harvest Moon’s Balancing Act

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Kabompics / Pexels

Traditionally the September Moon’s spiritual meaning is all about balance and abundance as the daylight and night hours split almost equally. it’s a time of rebirth where the trees begin to shed their leaves. It’s a time of closure and climactic conclusion as the warmer season ends to welcome fall and winter.

To channel that in, consider that It’s a time to honor and appreciate your home. But, it’s a time for reflection and gratitude as well, as you will feel deeply with Pisces energy.

Reflect Back Inwards

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Marc Olivier Joudin / Unsplash

Collectively, we are beginning to turn inward. We are becoming aware of the natural world around us and as it changes it reflects back on us. We feel these changes so we might as well embrace them. As the natural word takes the time to face on its darker, colder season, take the time to do the same so that by spring, you’re ready to bloom with its flowers.

Consider these key themes as part of your intention: gratitude, abundance, harvesting and nature, transitions, balance, and home and hearth

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