Full Buck Moon in Aquarius – The first Full Moon of Summer

Full Buck Moon in Aquarius – The first Full Moon of Summer

On July 23 and 24, the first Full Moon of summer comes to light things up! In a rare cosmic encounter, the Full Moon will swing past the planets Jupiter and Saturn in our view of the night sky.

The astrology of July 2021 will help us think smoothly about the first half of the year, but it will also give us a new sense of excitement as we move forward.

Just a day after the start of the Leo season, our emotions will climax in the light of the Full Moon of July 2021, which will peak on July 23.

While the Leo season will have us all adopt an all-about-me attitude, the Full Moon in Aquarius prompts us to think about ways to show ourselves more for the collective, whether in our relationships or the community at large.

Use this lunation as an excuse to show off all the quirky and eccentric qualities that make you stand out in a crowd and let go of any self-conscious traits that keep you from being authentic in your relationships with others.

 

 

Full Buck Moon in Aquarius

The Sun opposite the Moon highlights your home, family, and intimate relationships for the next two weeks of this lunar phase. Opposing forces such as working versus home, or what you need versus what you want, create internal tensions and external pressures.

This can lead to conflicts and crises that drain your energy. The lunar qualities of emotions and instincts reach their peak at the Full Moon. So use your increased emotional strength and intuition to overcome any relationship challenges.

Subconscious awareness allows an impartial and balanced look at your personal relationships. You will clearly see any relationship dynamics or negative feelings causing disharmony.

 

 

 

Jupiter Saturn alignment:

This month’s Full Moon also comes with added excitement, as two popular planets can be seen along its trail. On the night of the Full Moon, Jupiter and Saturn will appear as if they are following the Moon westward across the sky.

The Moon crosses paths with all the planets in the solar system every month, but this month it passes by Jupiter and Saturn while completely illuminated. In real distance, the Moon does not come close to the two planets, however, it will appear chummy with Jupiter and Saturn from our view from Earth.

While the July Full Moon may stir up the winds of change, as it fades, we will feel lighter and freer. We may also feel more guidance and support for lifting something that is weighing heavily on us. If you are looking for energetic healing of any kind, the Full Moon will be a huge support as well. Do something for yourself and make the most of this special Moon.

 

 

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