Moon Full in Taurus12 Nov 2019, by moon&sky in
… illuminate, ground, appreciate …
Moon full is a time of illumination, completion and appreciation. In Taurus we are called back into our senses, into Nature and art, and into simple, in-matter pleasures. Taurus Moon asks us to attune to sense-reality, deeply ground, and be wholly here, fully in-body. With Venus as her ruler, she invites into the moment, into beauty, and into remembering all that is to be appreciated.
Overall, Taurus Moon wants us to enjoy life. Scorpio Sun wants to swim deep into all that is required for transformation and rebirth. As complementary signs they are each the antidote to the other. Together they encompass the simple and the complex; the material and the mystical; the tangible and the intangible. It is a time to weave together the wisdom of both Taurus and Scorpio; a time to discover desires within; a time to come home to ourselves and see in new Light all that we are and are meant to Be.
Multiple planets provide us with supports of various kinds. We can anticipate more focus (Saturn); a deepening connection with Spirit/Source (Neptune); increased access to divine downloads (Jupiter & Galactic Centre); and perhaps some enchanting feelings (Pluto). It’s time to honor all that has come and gone this cycle. Time to slow down and enjoy the fruits of our labours. Time to deepen into the feminine. Time to connect with all that we appreciate, and to focus on simple things that bring us joy.
Under the full Moon bright
sense into Earth’s delights
Open to sensual pleasures
of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
See now more clearly than ever before
all that is most precious held at your core
Feel the power and beauty of all of your arts
Honor the truth, love and light held strong in your heart
Nurture your Nature
with Love and Light
May you embody, express and enjoy the beauty and bounty
of all that is you this Moon
IMAGE NOTES. All compilations, art & photos by Fiona/WisdomWild unless otherwise noted
Main Image: Taurus (African Buffalo) : cut & modified photo by Jim Morris | Poppies: cut & modified image found on ChemCert |