On March 28th, 2021 we have a Full Worm Moon Libra. This lunar light will be serving up some intense energy. The Full Moon is at 8° Libra which is making an exact opposition to the Sun, Venus and Chiron which are at 8° Aries. This Moon is trine Mars in Gemini and Saturn in Aquarius forming a chart pattern called a kite. The Kite pattern is a rare chart configuration. It is a Grand Trine that has an extra planet attached at one end, in this case that extra planet is this Full Moon. Grand Trine is easy energy, and a sextile is also harmonious meaning the kite pattern makes for a smooth transit. Most of the time.
The Moon in Libra is the Air under this kite’s wings and is really guiding every other planet in this configuration. The Sun, Venus, and Chiron are at the peak of this kite which means they will have to get crafty when finding their voice in this transit.
Libra is the sign of partnerships and joint ventures which will be the focal point of this Full Moon. The Sun, Venus and Chiron are in Aries, so they are concerned with self. The Full Moon in Libra opposite the planets in Aries will create positive awakening between our need for partnership and our need for autonomy. The best relationships are where you can be independent within your interdependence, and that is what this Moon is calling for.
A Full Moon in Libra by itself consists of magic that brings therapy to love but seeing that the Venus and Chiron are conjunct with the Sun in Aries will take this method deeper by aiding us to get to the reason of our hurt and resistance. The concept of duality and reconciliation of a Full Moon is at the center of Chiron’s healing methods, so let him work his essence in your love life. If there is a part of you that you keep hidden from your partner, consider a release under this Full Moon’s magic. Let your love see you, all of you. The beautiful flawed fucked up parts of yourself that you are afraid to make known.
Is it rejection or vulnerability that plagues you with fear? Chiron’s ancient wound is the wound of dismissal. This rejection wound is a metaphor for our identity wound: when the one we love rejects us just because we are being ourselves. However, he teaches us that in our wounds are our greatest gifts. It is in our healing that we can reach our full potential.
Chiron has an interesting relationship with Aries and Libra seeing that he spends the longest time in Aries, and the shortest time in Libra due to his axis. This means that whenever he is in these signs he feels their energy deeply and understands the dynamics of this polarity. His lesson under this opposition is that the journey to wholeness is not always one that is meant to be walked alone. Call on healers, therapists, teachers, lovers, mentors, friends, and family. Call on anyone that you know who will support you through your journey. It takes a village, but you need to open yourself to the love and support. Life is not meant to be lived alone.
With Chiron conjunct the Sun and Venus, his intention is to expose your vulnerabilities to let the healing begin. It is time to get real and remove the façade from your flaws, beautiful, and original being. The Moon in Libra will be there to gently remind us that through partnership, we do not have to walk alone, and that we can only find wholeness in the duality of love.
“To lose balance sometimes for love is part of living a balanced life.” – Eat, Pray, Love