On May 10th Full Moon started in Scorpio, as well as Pluto joining the Taurus Sun. The Sun in Taurus opposes the Moon in Scorpio. The Full Moon is a time of completion and the promise of gratification of issues that arose during the New Moon.
What does that mean for you?
The full moon in Scorpio is a time of relationships and new beginnings. It is also an emotionally intense event that requires some deep introspection. It is important to remember that with emotions running higher than normal you must be careful to analyze your emotional responses before your actions because of unwanted reactions.
The Taurus-Scorpio relationship deals with the balance between ‘all that is mine’ for Taurus, and ‘all that is yours’ for Scorpio. It also emphasizes the concept of form as Taurus versus the transformation of Scorpio.
While Taurus deals with matter, personal values, material goods, possessions, and security, Scorpio rules the destruction of form, shared possessions, change, and transformation, it represents the hidden.
The Sun in Taurus encourages happiness with the simple, tangible things in life, while the Scorpio Moon draws our attention to complexities, intangibles, and mysteries.
The moon’s interaction with the Scorpio sign causes us to delve into our emotions. Neglecting either end of the axis will surely backfire.
Ideally, a balance should be found between the two energies, and this is what the Full Moon invites us to do.
This Full Moon is about emotional declarations. Something has been brewing inside us, and now is the time when the energy will cause those emotions to boil. Full Moons expose or illuminate issues that are already there, but that have not yet been dealt with. With the Moon full and bright in the sky, symbolic “illumination” occurs in our own lives. However, these new feelings and revelations are emotional ones, as emotions burst forth into our consciousness.
It’s time to express ourselves and to let things out of our systems. Of course, we might want to exercise caution while doing so, knowing what is coming out of us is new and may be an emotional response rather than a rational one.