For March 2021, the Full Moon is an important one with distinct energy. The energy from this Full Moon is coming right after the Spring Equinox, which is bring an energy of new growth and we need to make sure to clear space within ourselves, so we can embrace this energy. There also is a few additional perks that will be occurring, this Sunday, March 28th as well.
Full Moon in Libra
The first thing – is that this Full Moon is in Libra. Libra is all about balance, creating harmony and compromise. Which is why during this Full Moon, it’s important to remember to keep the peace. Attend to your own needs but also pay attention and assist others in their needs as well. You also need to share the good feelings, along with the bad. Accept you, for who YOU really are.
First Full Moon after Spring Equinox
We are heading into a new chapter of growth, which means it’s more important now than any other Full Moon to let go of what is no longer serving us. We are entering the season and time of growth and change. In order to create the space needed to welcome new beginnings and growth we have to empty out space. And the best space to empty out…is the negative or non-serving energy that hinders us. So, in other words really make this your moment of self-reflection and a time to let go.
Full Moon Ritual
To help us fully let go, a full moon ritual is a good practice to release what is no longer serving you. This is a time to reflect what things in your life or thoughts you are having that are not serving you. Really take some quiet time and reflect on what things in your life you can let go of. In a ritual, you can write down these things on little pieces of paper and then at night after the full moon has risen, have a fire and burn the pieces of paper. For some people, it helps to physically see the things holding them back, disappear with the flames of the fire.
Full Moon – With a Wound Healer Present
An asteroid known as Chiron, will also be around this Full Moon. Chiron which is the name of a centaur, in Greek mythology, who is known as a wound healer. While Chiron was young, both his parents rejected him, leaving him with deep wounds. He was adopted (by Apollo) and began learning and gaining mad skills for the healing arts (medicine, astrology, botany, etc…). His skills became masterful but he also fell down this path because he was not only trying heal others but also himself.
Having the asteroid known as Chiron arounds, represents that we all have wounds that we were born with and that will stay with us along our journey. While having these wounds follow us around, it actually is a necessary part of our journeys, seeing as how this is where we get our compassion from.
So, instead of getting hung up on our wounds, we need to embrace them and go into a warrior stance with them. All good warriors will have scars, and this full moon is time to accept yours.
Grand Trine – A Perfectly Aligned Triangle in the Sky
A Grand Trine is a cosmic figure, that occurs when the Moon, Mars and Saturn align, forming a perfect triangle. It is said that this is a positive omen, allowing things to flow easily and in a smooth direction, therefore creating harmony.
How to Self-Reflect & Embrace the Full Moon Energy
The biggest take away here, is to reflect on what’s not serving you and let it go. While I wish it was as simple as wishing those negative aspects of your life away….it’s not. In fact, it’s quite difficult especially for someone with anxiety to let go. This Full Moon is a reminder to recognize and do your best to let go.
So, if you do find yourself after the full moon thinking or doing the things you know are holding you back, as soon as you catch yourself, stop the thought and immediately focus on something else. A good tip is to look around the space you are presently in and focus on an object and say five characteristics that object has. This tends to stop our brains for a moment and allows a reset.
We have a lot of positive aspects on our side this Full Moon telling us to accept ourselves, be balanced and to let go.