The Libra Full Moon encourages us to feel where others fit into our journey and how we can form partnerships that support and nourish the life path of everyone involved. This Moon is a time to create balance and harmony in our relationships, including the one with yourself.
"As the temperature begins to warm and the ground begins to thaw, earthworm casts appear, heralding the return of the robins.
The more northern tribes knew this Moon as the Full Crow Moon, when the cawing of crows signaled the end of winter; or the Full Crust Moon, because the snow cover becomes crusted from thawing by day and freezing at night."
"Libra brings the element of air to this Full Moon. The Air signs connect us and remind us we live in a world full of other people. We are one week in Aries Season, which inspires us to focus on ourselves and our journey. The Libra Full Moon encourages us to feel where others fit into our journey and how we can form partnerships that support and nourish the life path of everyone involved.
This Moon is a time to create balance and harmony in our relationships, including the one with yourself. It’s a time to resolve conflicts and clearly view how past pain or trauma may be affecting today’s interactions. This Libra Full Moon encourages love, compassion, and non-judgment, as we repair burnt bridges and forge new relationships that align with who we are becoming.
Ruled by Venus, Libra is the sign of the scales. This energy represents peace, balance, and justice. Venus is the planet of love and beauty that teaches us how to align with the highest vibration. Libra, at its core, wants us to connect from a vibration of love to others.This energy governs our most intimate relationships and shows us how to compromise, how to create balance in our love affairs, and how to stand firm in our boundaries when needed.
Libra begins this challenge of creating harmony by first providing us tools that cultivate peace within ourselves. This Full Moon is a time to become aware of the subtle signs that occur before you are triggered emotionally. What causes you to feel anger? What causes you to feel guilt, or shame, or any other emotions of the lower vibrations? More importantly to Libra, what clues do your body, mind, and energy give you before you feel an emotion?"
"On this Libra Full Moon, feel into your closest relationships. Know they are all part of your soul’s journey in some way, but begin to understand them at a deeper level. Feel into the ones that have taught you something important about yourself or completed a cycle of karma. Recognize that feeling of completion with some relationships and encourage yourself to thank them and release them.
Then feel into the ones that are part of the long road of your soul. Decide which relationships are worth the work to maintain them because they make you a better person. Some people in our lives inspire us to vibrate higher. They don’t demand it or even ask for it, but their presence alone makes us want to reach for our higher potential. These relationships support our life’s mission and even help us find it.
This Full Moon is not about looking for people who complete you. You are whole already. Your first step to developing healthy relationships is to feel complete within yourself. Every relationship you have is an extension of the one you have with yourself. Once you accept, love, and know yourself, you can begin to understand which relationships support you in being more you."
"The Full Moon occurs on Sunday, March 28th, when the Sun in Aries forms an opposition to the Libra Moon. It’s a time of culmination and the promise of fulfillment of something begun at the New Moon. Heightened emotions, romance, fertilization, relationship drama, and epiphanies are themes.
The Aries-Libra polarity is a relationship axis, where Aries represents “self,” and Libra represents “other.” Where Aries is about self-assertion, Libra is about compromise. With the Libra Moon, we’re especially aware of our need for relationships and all that comes with maintaining them — compromising, negotiating, graciousness, and balancing. The Aries Sun, on the other hand, is self-assertive, leading, and personally courageous.
This Full Moon urges us to strike a balance between meeting our personal needs and attending to the needs of a significant other, and between independence or autonomy and dependence or companionability. The Libra Moon is diplomatic, equality-focused, and fair-minded. The Aries Sun values authenticity over tact and is energized by independent efforts. The Full Moon illuminates this conflict.
Relationship epiphanies occur now. We’re likely to experience revelations about our independence, need for others, and partnerships. Venus aligns with the Sun in this lunation chart, and Venus rules the Libra Moon, making this configuration particularly useful for resolving conflicts. There can be a choice to structure, limit, or simplify our lives in a significant way that leads to major improvements. We’re a little more careful and conservative now, but we’re also up for a challenge if it means we’re growing and learning."
Citrine | Energizes and recharges. Empowering, and helpful for establishing boundaries. A stone of joy, prosperity and success. Encourages creativity and self-expression.
Peach Moonstone | Connection to your heart and personal will. Reignites passion and creativity. Promotes self-love, positivity and harmony. Calming and soothing.
Rose Quartz | Universal, unconditional love. Purifies and opens the heart. Promotes trust and harmony. Calming, reassuring and comforting. Encourages feelings of peace and forgiveness.
There are four forces at work in this prayer: repentance, forgiveness, gratitude, and love. These are reflected in the four phrases that make up the prayer. The phrases, which you can repeat in any order, silently to yourself or out loud, are:
It’s natural to resist this practice at first, especially if you've got a lot of healing to do. After a few times, it gets easier. You might feel better right away, or feel your evolution like a slow melt into love. This prayer has a lot of power in it.
You can chant these four phrases to address a specific problem in your life (regardless of whose fault it is), your past, your ancestral lineage, or your relationship with the earth.
You could also practice for no reason at all.
You can meditate quietly in a state of peace and gentleness. You can repeat this out loud in front of the mirror.
You can even play with the order of the phrases and see if you notice any subtle differences in how you feel.
It’s neat to see what questions arise as you keep up with the practice, like:
And sometimes, the questions can be just as enlightening as the answers.
Don’t be afraid to let the words, and the questions that come up, ferment with time. You don’t need answers right away. Let them come without forcing them.
Give the healing, reconciliation and release time to sink into your cells and seep through your life.
Then again, you might feel better right away... a lightening, a wave of peace, a shower of clarity, a freedom like no other.