Why are there so many superstitions related to the Full Moon? Why is it always surrounded by the mystical halo? Did you know that every month, the number of people in the PDs or hospitals is way higher at the time of the Full Moon? Do you think it is a coincidence? Let’s take a closer look at this phenomenon.
During the Full Moon, we tend to confront our inner selves, to doubt authorities, to challenge ourselves and others, to protest, to demand changes, to be eager to fight or get more drama from everyday life. The Full Moon is a time when our unconscious surfaces and demands some actions. At the time when the Sun is opposite to the Moon (just at Full Moon), all our inner insecurities, doubts, and hidden desires are triggered and waiting to come up. Hidden thoughts, mysterious desire, intrusive thoughts, blocked out needs – everything comes undone.
It is an amazing time of release. It is a peak of self-awareness and often one of the most emotionally active periods in people’s lives. It serves as an emphasis of the problematic areas in your life, or it is an accelerator for the questions that have been waiting to be resolved.
However, it doesn’t mean that each and every Full Moon will bring drastic changes into your life. Every Full Moon has different consequences and is different on the level of its influence on people, depending on its position and location regarding other heavenly bodies.
If the Full Moon is located at the saturated place on your chart, the consequences will be more tangible. It is very important to check what house the Moon falls into during certain periods in your chart. The Full Moon’s position or its movement through a particular house will emphasize the traits of this house and related area of your life at a certain period.
The Full Moon in different houses of the chart
Full Moon in the 1, 2 and 3 Houses
Full Moon in the 4, 5 and 6 Houses
Full Moon in the 7, 8 and 9 Houses
Full Moon in the 10, 11 and 12 Houses