The May full Moon occurs on the 18th at 15:11 MT while Moon is transiting Scorpio and Anuradha nakshatra. This is also considered Buddha Purnima, celebrated as the birth date of Lord Buddha, or Siddhartha, prior to becoming the revered spiritual teacher and enlightened master.
Moon is considered debilitated in Scorpio, which internalizes the emotional energy of this full Moon. You may notice this full Moon has a complex dynamic of fullness, but on a very inner level. You may notice that your emotional body feels full, intense and brooding, yet stuck. There is a need to release undigested emotions that have not been attended to or released during the previous cycles. Notice if you're holding in your emotions and not fully acknowledging what is under the surface.
Anuradha nakshatra is ruled by Mitra, who supports alliances, friendships and connecting. He is detail oriented, wants you to succeed, and encourages friendship and supportive relationships that will help you grow. This constellation is also ruled by Saturn, indicating that struggles and challenges must be overcome in order to gain success and achievement. Often Anuradha indicates grief, suffering and hardship that must be transformed. A willingness to change challenge into resource, difficulties into triumphs, insures the success and strength of this constellation.
Sun shifts to Taurus on the 15th of May, receiving direct gaze from retrograde Jupiter in Scorpio. Without any negative influences, Sun can be proactive this month and support you with more connections, success and creative gains. Taurus is a sign of material, earth based, tangible results. Sun will be focused on helping you progress on the material level so use this time to put desires and ideas into manifested reality. Try not to be lazy or neglectful of your path, purpose and desires. Stay focused, even when things are going well.
In the cycle ahead, focus on your connections, relationships and growing your reach. Attend to friendships, create alliances, step forward towards goals and achievements. Stop trying to do everything alone and start asking for the help you need in order to succeed. Get clear on your goals, focus and intentions. Start making your vision a reality!
Where are you resisting asking for help? What guidance, resources and wisdom are missing right now on your path? What new support or resources do you need in order to create more success on a material level? What action steps must be taken in order to create your vision and make it a reality?
1) Spend some time journaling about where you are going on your path and what direction you want to move in. What goals do you have? What is the time frame for these goals? What is your vision for your life, for your dharmic gifts, your dharmic business?
2) Create an image of this vision you have for your life and your dharmic offering. What colors, textures, images share the feeling of this vision? Use craypas, collage, paint or any medium that inspires you. Spend 20 minutes on this image or create until it feels complete.
3) Harvest from your image. Give it a title and let it speak. If this image could speak to you, what would it say? Let is answer these questions:
What action steps, choices and behaviors are moving you closer to your dharmic vision?
What actions, choices and behaviors are moving you further away from your dharmic vision?
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