There will be a full moon in Cancer at 4° on December 27th...
What Cancer rules over
The focus of this full moon will be on that which the sign of Cancer rules over; family, property, our emotions and our fundamental sense of security.
With this full moon occurring at 4°, the Cancer degree itself, we’re really doubling down on Cancerian energy, which means you may feel compelled to:
The full moon makes helpful aspects
Fortunately, with a sextile to Jupiter in Taurus at 5° and a trine to Saturn in Pisces at 2°, this full moon is only making favourable aspects! As a result, we will feel guided to release whatever is no longer serving us, rather than feeling pushed into it by external factors.
The full moon sextile Jupiter in Taurus
Jupiter is the planet of good luck, generosity, wisdom and expansion. The sextile represents assistance that is available to us, however, the onus is on us to accept/receive this help. This is not always easy for Cancerian energy, which can often see us retreating into our shell and being cagey about our emotional needs or anything that makes us feel vulnerable and exposed.
The full moon trine Saturn in Pisces
The full moon trining Saturn indicates that we feel really secure in our decision to release what is no longer in alignment. However, the square between Neptune in Pisces and Mars + Mercury retrograde in Sagittarius indicates that fears, insecurities or doubts may crop up right as you’re about to act on your instincts! Although this may be frustrating, just wait it out until the momentary confusion has subsided.
And don’t worry, it will!
All posts are written by Cailin, owner and founder of Caistrology.