🌕♊︎ Full Moon at 4° Gemini
November 27 @ 9:16 am
Full Moon Intention: I gracefully let go of unnecessary business, over-extension, and emotionally exhausting relationships to create space for greater alignment with vitality, health, and sustainable paces.
Too many tabs open—what project, information, or situation is it time to let go of? Set intentions around creating healthy boundaries, stopping crazy-making thoughts, and removing any blocks to writing, speaking, communication, and mental wellbeing. Do you want to practice automatic writing and journal through areas that feel stagnant to find a fresh perspective?
Data-Illumination. Set intentions around wrapping up anything that no longer serves you, removing any blocks to new beginnings, and removing anything that hinders your confidence and clarity. Under the light of the Full Moon it’s time to face facts, make adjustments, and reflect on what is seen at this time. Do you want to make a bold declaration for yourself?
Be aware of excess energy—tides are high, blood flow is higher, cycles are breaking, and karmic deadlines are approaching. This can be a good time to find things/people, get a new understanding of hard to treat diagnoses, and present your work to shine in public.
This phase signifies the illumination of a larger 27-month cycle. Get extra insight on what is culminating wherever 3-9 Gemini is in your chart. Celebrate your Progress.
Gemini Moon Family Story: Something that started 18 months ago, was triggered into action 9 months ago—and is now in full bloom with this Full Moon. Look for completion in 9 months:
1. May 30, 2022 New Moon 9-Gemini: A new cycle
2. February 27, 2023 First Quarter Moon 8-Gemini: Poised for action
3. **November 27, 2023 Full Moon 4-Gemini: Pivot: more is revealed
4. August 26, 2024 Last Quarter Moon 3-Gemini: Mission Complete
Garden Tip: Plant flowering bulbs, biennial and perennial flowers, and root crops during the waning of the Moon—from the day after the Full Moon to the day before the New Moon. Plants are encouraged to grow roots, tubers, and bulbs as the moonlight decreases.