The season of eclipses …
We are in eclipse season … three eclipses in 30 days! The lunar eclipse late April started us off with the full moon in Scorpio, and then the solar eclipse in Taurus on 10th May. The third eclipse in this cycle is another lunar eclipse at the full Moon on 25th May (and yes, a lunar eclipse always falls on a full Moon).
Generally, lunar eclipses are a time when there is a barrier between the active, assertive self (Sun) and the emotive, receptive self (Moon).
Next Saturday’s full Moon will see a culmination of whatever was started at the last new Moon (10th May) … whatever intentions we set in place then we can expect something to present next weekend. Being an eclipse though, it’s possible that what comes up are the things that we allow to get in the way of getting what we want. Especially the habitual, unconscious, egocentric stuff. And with the Pluto-Uranus stuff that’s also going on this week … this really is a time to get real about where we’re stuck.
So, the best thing is to be doing whatever you do to tune into self … notice what is presenting and what limits you are creating for yourself. The eclipse time is likely to be emotionally charged … notice what comes up, sit with it, but don’t rush to act or react … the epiphany and the clarity to communicate whatever it is, is likely to come to us later. That’s the nature of an eclipse.
The tricky thing about this particular eclipse is that it has Neptune playing a part. Neptune is the planet of fantasy and imagination, but its shadow side is illusion and deception. So, while all these big shifts are happening, keep a tab on what’s real and what’s not … when Neptune is involved we can be a bit gullible to things that seem to sparkle, whether they are inside us or outside. So, it’s also a week for whatever you do to stay grounded. Again, clarity for action and reaction will come after the intensity of the weekend.
And keep in mind that everyone around you will be doing the same stuff. Enjoy the ride, be gentle!