Look up to the sky! Tonight is going to be one of the most epic night we have since early 2017 because there's going to be a Full Moon and Lunar Eclipse in Leo, plus a rare sight of Green 45P Comet! All in one night! Whoaa. Well, the latter one is if you're lucky to live in the right hemisphere, of course.
The celestial event is going to start at 7.33 PM WITA, but honestly, I've been waiting for it since one and a half weeks ago. I don't know if you feel it in the air but for someone who is always in tune with the universe like me, the fiery Leo vibe can be quite overwhelming. I have gotten carried away with shopping for the new cosmetic items, always trying to look my best (with red lipstick!) even though I'm going to stay at home for the whole day, being easily irritated and snap at every chance (poor boyfriend), and splurging for expensive açaí smoothie bowl. Everything because I feel like I deserve to treat myself like a queen. On the positive note, I become more passionate about what I'm doing. I can see a bright vision where my business is going in the future, and what I should do to achieve it. All the temporary traits above are a mix of reaction based on today's event, mainly contributed by Leo's larger-than-life persona.
So here's what's happening tonight / this week:
The full moon tonight is going to be super intense. As it happens, the Uranus, Mars, and Venus are sticking together in Aries (Leo's fellow fire sign), aligning harmoniously in trine aspect with La Luna. Not to mention that the Full Moon in Leo sits on the opposite of Sun in Aquarius, the notable most chill and most detached zodiac out of the 12 signs. Sigh, no wonder we're super pumped up and angery at the same time. We are sweating with excitement and passion, but of course, our body is too small to contain all these fire inside us.
In addition, a trine aspect with the Saturn in Sagittarius allows creative ideas to sprout to advance your career. When combined with the Saturn, the Moon in Leo will form a Grand Trine aspect with the Uranus in Aries. It takes an inner strength, a sense of individualism, and leadership to create positive changes in your workplace. The confidence to pivot and initiate breakthrough idea is just as necessary as following up your past ideas. You'll know if things won't work out, and you'll know when to move on. You really have to look at this week as an opportunity that you shouldn't miss, especially, if you are in dire need of a new creative direction.
However, the moon is also connected in a sextile aspect with Jupiter retrograde in Libra. It is a reminder for us to hold on to our horses before impulsively launching a new project or deciding to pursue a higher study. There is indeed a powerful traction from the Full Moon in Leo to explore your options and break the glass ceiling. However, as Jupiter is currently not moving in direct, every decision you make that relates to Jupiter's area (belief, philosophy, growth, expansion) should be put on hold until you know what you're doing.
So this is what you should do:
You might be questioning yourself right now. "Who am I?" "What do I wanna do in life?" "Why do I feel useless?" or worse, "Why do I feel trapped?". Although the Full Moon in Leo influences your mood to feel important and be appreciated for being such an amazing lioness, the other planets in play are just as important as your feelings.
This week is the perfect time to make your assessment inward instead of outward. Turn those questions into answers, but keep in mind that you don't have to act upon those answers right now. Think about what kind of direction you're heading to, and what is the best way for you to get there. Ask yourself what part that requires change and improvement in various aspects of your life that relate to your feeling of self-worth (although it's probably every single aspect for me).
Most importantly, you are going to survive the heat, and you can turn the restlessness into a fruitful result if you have enough information and enough time to do the math.
So, do you have your telescope and popcorn ready for tonight yet?