We are just hours from the final Super Full Moon of the year, also known as the Flower Moon, in the sultry and sexy sign of Scorpio, today, May 7th
Scorpio is ruled by Pluto, planet of power and transformation, and the 8th house of death, rebirth and other people’s resources, however, this full moon is a sweet one due to a Mercury sextile Neptune aspect which imbues this moon with great healing energies, a welcome relief during these difficult times.
The Super Full Moon in Scorpio will reveal all that has been hidden of late, be that events, people, or feelings, indeed, there will be nowhere to hide from yourself, your desires, and your dreams under this powerful moon. As Scorpio rules the occult, this is also the perfect time to tap into your psychic powers (pay attention to dreams), and get in touch with your inner goddess, what is it that you to manifest in your life? Who would you like to be in the coming months?
Scorpio is a beautifully complex and creative sign, and some of the most pioneering and celebrated artists fall under this sign, see Pablo Picasso, Georgia O’Keeffe (who was massively inspired by the moon) and my personal favourite, Niki de Saint Phalle, who channelled her own trauma into her work and who created a large-scale sculpture garden in Tuscany based on the Tarot. Indeed, Scorpio rules transformation, so this is the perfect time to examine how you can reinvent yourself through the healing of old wounds and heartaches, so notice what feelings and memories float to the surface now.
Full Moons are ideal for releasing and letting go of any pain, fear, or sorrow as the full moon also marks the start of its new waning phase. Scorpio energy is fearless in the face of darkness (both physical and metaphorical), and this beautiful moon is extending her hand toward you and asking that you trust that endings always bring new beginnings. There is much magic to be found under the Super Full Moon in Scorpio, embrace this energy and go forward with love and courage in your heart.
Full Moon blessings
Artwork; Geogia O’Keeffe, Pink Moon over Water, 1923